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Appeared on an episode of "Dellaventura" (CBS)
First film role, an uncredited part as a dance student in "54"
Feature acting debut, "The Hi-Life"
Made off-Broadway debut in "The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek" at New York Theatre Workshop
Landed recurring role as football player Henry Parker on "Dawson's Creek" (The WB)
Cast as a student in Gus Van Sant's "Finding Forrester"
Acted in Faye Dunaway's directorial debut "The Yellow Bird," based on a Tennessee Williams' play; aired on WE network
Delivered breakout role as the lover of a transgendered rock star in "Hedwig and the Angry Inch"
Had a supporting role as a stoner who becomes involved in a murder plot in Larry Clark's "Bully"
Acted on stage in the off-Broadway play "Monster," loosely based on Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
Played one of the leads in "Murder by Numbers," about two high school students who think they have committed the perfect murder
Stared as an American student in Paris in Bernardo Bertolucci's "The Dreamers"; film was set against the backdrop of the 1968 Paris student riots
Appeared in Asia Argento's "The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things"
Headlined Gus Van Sant's "Last Days," playing a part loosely based on rocker Kurt Cobain
Co-starred with Paul Giamatti for the southern-themed "The Hawk is Dying," based on the novel by Harry Crews
Co-starred with Keira Knightley as a French husband and wife in director François Girard's "Silk"
Starred in "Delirious" as a young homeless man who befriends a celebrity photographer (Steve Buscemi)
Co-starred in Michael Haneke's remake of his own 1997 film "Funny Games" alongside Tim Roth and Naomi Watts
Cast as James 'Jimmy' Darmody on HBO's Prohibition-era series "Boardwalk Empire," starring Buscemi
Cast in ensemble crime comedy "Seven Psychopaths"