Co-starred with Cate Blanchett as a tragedy-stricken American couple in Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's critically acclaimed "Babel;" received a Golden Globe nomination for Supporting Actor
Played an Irish revolutionary opposite Harrison Ford in "The Devil's Own"
Re-teamed with Anthony Hopkins for "Meet Joe Black"
Reprised role along with the original cast for "Ocean's 13"
Reunited with the original cast for the sequel "Ocean's Twelve"
Joined an ensemble cast for the Coen's brothers' "Burn After Reading"
Portrayed fated warrior Achilles in director Wolfgang Petersen's epic "Troy"
Produced "A Mighty Heart," the film based on the book by Mariane Pearl, wife of murdered journalist Daniel Pearl; film featured his partner Angelina Jolie in the lead role
Teamed with Robert Redford in "Spy Game," playing the protege of a retiring CIA agent
Made TV-movie debut in "A Stoning in Fulham County" (NBC)
Played the boyfriend of Jenna Wade Ewing's daughter in three episodes of the CBS primetime soap "Dallas"
Re-teamed with director David Fincher and actress Cate Blanchett to play the title role in "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button"; earned Golden Globe, SAG and Oscar nominations for Best Actor
Took a dramatic turn as a scruffy serial killer alongside Juliette Lewis and David Duchovny in "Kalifornia"
Voiced Metro Man, Megamind's archenemy in the animated comedy "Megamind"
Played a domineering father in Terrence Malick's "The Tree of Life"
Voiced the character of Will the Krill in the animated sequel "Happy Feet Two"
Starred in and co-produced the hugely successful zombie movie "World War Z"
Appeared in the Ridley Scott thriller "The Counselor"
Featured in and co-produced the lauded period drama "12 Years a Slave"
Co-starred with wife Angelina Jolie in Jolie's romantic drama "By the Sea"
Co-starred in war comedy "War Machine"
Had a recurring role on "The Jim Jefferies Show"
Made television debut on the NBC soap opera "Another World"
Portrayed mental patient Jeffrey Goines in Terry Gilliam's "Twelve Monkeys"; received a Supporting Actor Academy Award nomination
Starred as a Nazi hunter in Quentin Tarantino's "Inglourious Basterds"
Co-starred with Juliette Lewis in the fact-based NBC TV-movie "Too Young to Die?"
Cast in first leading role in a feature alongside Catherine Keener and Nick Cave in the low budget, Tom DiCillo-directed "Johnny Suede"
First worked with Anthony Hopkins playing one of his sons in "Legends of the Fall"; received a Best Actor Golden Globe nomination
Cast in major film role in the Robert Redford-directed "A River Runs Through It"
Played the main role of Austrian mountaineer Heinrich Harrer in the Jean Jacques Annaud film "Seven Years in Tibet;" film was subject of controversy when it was disclosed that the main character had ties to the Nazis
Portrayed outlaw Jesse James in Andrew Dominik's cult hit "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford" (also produced)
Co-starred with Morgan Freeman as detectives tracking a serial killer (Kevin Spacey) in David Fincher's "Seven"
Made a guest appearance on the NBC sitcom "Friends" as a man who has a grudge against Jennifer Aniston's character Rachel Green; received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Guest Actor
Portrayed an itinerant Irish gypsy bare knuckle boxer in Guy Ritchie's gangster film "Snatch"
Made primetime TV debut in a guest role on the ABC sitcom "Growing Pains"
Achieved instant sex-symbol status as J.D., a charming hitchhiker who seduces Geena Davis in "Thelma & Louise"
Again collaborated with David Fincher for "Fight Club," playing the character of Tyler Durden opposite Edward Norton
Co-starred with Tom Cruise in the film adaptation of Anne Rice's novel "Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles"
Landed featured role in the A-list ensemble of "Ocean's Eleven," which included Julia Roberts, George Clooney and Matt Damon
Played featured role in Tony Scott's "True Romance"
Co-starred with Angelina Jolie as husband and wife assassins in Doug Liman's "Mr. & Mrs. Smith"
Made feature acting debut in "Cutting Class"
Worked as an extra on the film "Less Than Zero"
Portrayed the Oakland A's general manager Billy Beane in "Moneyball"
Re-teamed with Andrew Dominik for crime drama "Killing Them Softly," a feature adaptation of George V. Higgins' novel <i>Cogan's Trade</i>
Starred in David Ayer's WWII drama "Fury"
Made waves in "The Big Short," a drama based on the 2008 American financial crisis
Co-starred with Marion Cotillard in the spy flick "Allied"