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Born: January 14, 1969 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Rye, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1997:
Cast in lead role on family sitcom "Chicago Sons" (NBC)
1988:
Co-starred with Tom Skerritt in NBC TV-movie thriller "Moving Target"; executive produced by father Kent
1987:
Made film debut in sequel "Teen Wolf Too"; produced by father Kent
2007:
Portrayed a government agent investigating the bombing of an American facility in Saudi Arabia in Peter Berg's "The Kingdom"
1984:
Co-starred on short-lived NBC sitcom "It's Your Move"
2009:
Co-starred with Vince Vaughn and Kristen Bell in comedy feature "Couples Retreat"
2002:
Cast in supporting role as Thomas Jane's brother in romantic comedy "The Sweetest Thing"
1981:
Cast as the orphaned James Cooper adopted by Michael Landon on NBC's "Little House on the Prairie"
1979:
Cast in first film at age 10 after accompanying a friend to an audition
2009:
Played the owner of an extract factory in Mike Judge's "Extract"
2006:
Teamed with Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston in "The Break-Up"
1995:
Co-starred with Harland Williams on short-lived sitcom "Simon" (The WB)
1986:
Co-starred with sister Justine in "Can You Feel Me Dancing?" (NBC); their father Kent served as supervising producer
1985:
Made TV miniseries debut as Joe Kennedy III in "Robert Kennedy and His Times" (CBS)
2009:
Played a bisexual fetish club promoter in political thriller "State of Play"
1997:
Played Bob Newhart's son on CBS sitcom "George & Leo"
2008:
Re-teamed with director Peter Berg for superhero comedy "Hancock"
1984:
Made TV-movie debut in "Just a Little More Love"
2010:
Co-starred opposite Jennifer Aniston in romantic comedy "The Switch"
2011:
Co-starred with Ryan Reynolds in "The Change-Up"
2013:
Cast opposite Melissa McCarthy in "Identity Thief"
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Co-starred in comedy "Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story"
2014:
Co-starred with Olivia Wilde in comedy-drama "The Longest Week"
2014:
Co-starred opposite Tina Fey in family comedy-drama "This Is Where I Leave You"
2014:
Reprised role as Nick in "Horrible Bosses 2"
2015:
Starred in psychological thriller "The Gift"
2016:
Co-starred in "Office Christmas Party"
2004:
Appeared opposite Ben Stiller in big screen remake of "Starsky & Hutch"
2003:
Played the loyal and patient Michael Bluth on Fox dysfunctional family comedy "Arrested Development"; reprised role 2013 after seven year series hiatus, and then again in 2018
1982:
Played Derek Taylor, Ricky Schroder's conniving friend on NBC's "Silver Spoons"
2007:
Co-starred in Jason Reitman-directed comedy/drama "Juno"
2009:
Featured in Jason Reitman's "Up in the Air," starring George Clooney
1986:
Portrayed eldest son David Hogan on "Valerie" (later renamed "The Hogan Family" after star Valerie Harper's replacement); made directing debut, helming two episodes of the series
2011:
Starred with Charlie Day and Jason Sudeikis in comedy hit "Horrible Bosses"
2013:
Directed and starred in dark comedy "Bad Words"
2017:
Began playing Marty on "Ozark"
2018:
Co-starred in ensemble comedy "Game Night"

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