State University of New York at Purchase
John Jay High School
Appeared in the WikiLeaks film "The Fifth Estate"
Reprised the role of Caesar Flickerman in "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire"
Featured with Ewan McGregor in "Jack the Giant Slayer"
Cast as the eccentric Caesar Flickerman in feature film adaptation "The Hunger Games"
Joined ensemble cast of financial drama thriller "Margin Call"
Played a scientist who helped created the Super Soldier in "Captain America: The First Avenger"
Directed Broadway revival of "Lend Me a Tenor," starring Anthony LaPaglia as the tenor and Tony Shalhoub as the manager
Acted opposite Emma Stone in teen comedy "Easy A"
Co-starred with Cher and Christina Aguilera in "Burlesque"
Cast as George Harvey, a serial killer of young girls in film adaptation of Alice Sebold's bestseller "The Lovely Bones"
Portrayed Paul Child, Julia Child's (Meryl Streep) husband in Nora Ephron's "Julie & Julia"
Played Mr. Berk in family film "Kit Kittredge: An American Girl"
Had recurring role as the new hospital chief on NBC's medical drama "ER"
Co-starred opposite Meryl Streep in "The Devil Wears Prada" playing a fashion editor
Won Emmy for guest starring role on USA Network series "Monk"
Played Detective Brikowski opposite Josh Hartnett in thriller "Lucky Number Slevin"
Voiced Herb Copperbottom in animated feature "Robots"
Cast opposite Tom Hanks in Steven Spielberg's "The Terminal"
Portrayed Stanley Kubrick in HBO movie "The Life and Death of Peter Sellers"
Cast in role of Johnny in revival of Terrence McNally's "Frankie and Johnny"; earned Tony nomination
Played real-life Chicago mobster Frank Nitti in "The Road to Perdition"
Cast as Ralph Fiennes' anxious campaign manager in "Maid in Manhattan"
Co-starred in "Sidewalks of New York" as a philanderer
Portrayed Adolph Eichmann in HBO drama "Conspiracy"
Cast as a studio executive in "America's Sweethearts"
Produced and directed third feature "Joe Gould's Secret"; also co-starred with Ian Holm
Co-starred on TNT series "Bull"
Portrayed Puck in "William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream"
Solo feature writing and directing debut, "The Impostors"
Starred in HBO biopic "Winchell"
Signed two-year deal with Rysher Entertainment to write, direct, and produce through his company First Cold Press Prods.
Cast as Richard Cross in Steven Bochco's courtroom drama "Murder One" (ABC)
Made feature directorial debut (as co-director with Campbell Scott) and feature screenwriting debut (as co-writer with his cousin Joseph Tropiano) with "Big Night"
Appeared as an Arab assassin in "The Pelican Brief"
Featured as dogcatcher Vernon in family comedy "Beethoven"
Landed recurring role as a police detective on ABC's "Equal Justice"
Portrayed Lucky Luciano in Robert Benton's "Billy Bathgate"
Played recurring role of an ad agency owner on NBC's "thirtysomething"
Had recurring role of predatory gangster Enrico 'Rick' Pinzolo in "Wiseguy" (CBS)
Appeared on two episodes of "Miami Vice" (NBC) as mob chief Frank Mosca
TV debut, "Crime Story" (NBC)
Made feature debut as a soldier in "Prizzi's Honor"
Made stage debut in "The Queen and the Rebels"
Raised in Katonah, NY