Since graduation from The Juilliard School in New York City, he has worked extensively in film, television and on stage, with some of the industry's finest directors - Clint Eastwood, Stanley Kubrick, Michael Apted and William Friedkin among them.
He has played a variety of roles in a number of feature films including The Dead Pool, Jade, The Black Velvet Gown, The Engagement Ring, Just Like A Woman, Bobby Jones, Trip to Tunis and in The Deal, with William H. Macy and Meg Ryan. He has had starring roles in the TV films Closing Ranks, The Bombmaker, Anna Lee, The Dancer's Touch for ABC, The Grid for TNT/BBC, Murder on The Orient Express for CBS, and Miracle In The Woods.
He has been a series regular in the TV series The Chief (ITV), Beck (BBC), The Dream Team (Sky) and has made appearances on TV shows including Numbers, Monk, Everybody Loves Raymond, Falcon Crest, Nasty Boys, The Client amongst many others. He also appeared as Darren McCarthy in season six of 24, for Fox.
Currently he can be seen on AMC's Mad Men and Castle for ABC.
His stage work includes The Memory of Water at the Manhattan Theatre Club in NYC, Therese Raquin and Triumph of Love (with Paul Giamatti) at The La Jolla Playhouse, Progress (with Tony Shalhoub) at The Long Wharf Theatre and Hamlet at the Baltimore Center Stage.
He made his directorial debut with the film, The Bituminous Coal Queens of Pennsylvania, which won a Crystal Heart Award at the Heartland Film Festival in 2006. The documentary feature was produced through FourBoys Films (www.fourboysfilms.com), the production company he co-founded in 2001.
Other productions from the company include the films The Engagement Ring for TNT, and the 2007 release Amazing Grace, starring Ioan Gruffud, Albert Finney and Michael Gambon. The comedy, Versailles, in which he performed as actor, director and producer, debuted as a web series on MyDamnChannel recently. The company is currently in pre-production for the films, Moment of Glory and Enslaved By Ducks and has a number of TV shows in development. The Hallmark TV movie The Christmas Heart is currently in production.