College of Charleston
The Juilliard School
Played Aaron Hotchner, Unit Chief of the Behavioral Analysis Unit on CBS crime drama series "Criminal Minds"
Featured in prequel "The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas" as Chip Rockefeller, a millionaire with an eye for newly wed Wilma (Kristen Johnston)
Cast as a burnt-out surfer dude Kanaka in black comedy-murder mystery "Psycho Beach Party"
Reunited with director Denys Arcand for drama "Stardom"
Re-teamed with Cruise and Kidman with supporting role in Stanley Kubrick's "Eyes Wide Shut"
Reprised role of Beauchamp Day in "Armistad Maupin's 'More Tales of the City'" (Showtime)
Revisited "Chicago Hope" with a guest role as Dr. Daniel Nyland
Portrayed the love interest of Lea Thompson in NBC miniseries "A Will of Their Own"
Played male lead James Percy in CBS movie adaptation "Louisa May Alcott's 'The Inheritance'"
Starred opposite Jenna Elfman as a married couple on ABC sitcom "Dharma & Greg"; made directorial debut with episode during the 2000-01 season
Starred in NBC movie "Night Visitors" and ABC's "To Love, Honor and Deceive"
Featured in 1910-set ABC movie "Secrets"
Played regular role of the somewhat arrogant Dr. Daniel Nyland on CBS medical drama "Chicago Hope"
Featured in Whit Stillman's "Barcelona" and the independent comedy "Sleep With Me"
Played Beauchamp Day in PBS miniseries "Armistead Maupin's 'Tales of the City'"
Starred as a gay, failed actor-turned-waiter in Denys Arcand's Canadian feature "Love & Human Remains" (released 1995 in the U.S.)
Appeared as an actor in "The Age of Innocence," directed by Martin Scorsese
Made feature film debut in "Far and Away," directed by Ron Howard; cast as nemesis of Tom Cruise and rival for Nicole Kidman
Starred on New York stage as Hal in Public Theater's production of "Henry IV, Parts I and II"
Acted in six-week recurring stint on NBC's "Another World" as Sam Fowler
Appeared in ABC miniseries "The Kennedys of Massachusetts"
TV miniseries debut, "Gore Vidal's Lincoln" (NBC)
Played the villainous Derek Mason on CBS daytime drama "As the World Turns"
Primetime TV debut, guest appearance on CBS series "Leg Work"
Made NYC stage debut in "A Map of the World" by David Hare at the Public Theatre
Interned at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival
Made various stage appearances in NYC in mid-1980s, including "Hay Fever" and the New York Shakespeare Festival's "Twelfth Night" in Central Park
Born and raised in Charleston, SC