Voiced the animated title character in "The Tale of Despereaux"
Appeared in the off-Broadway production of Horton Foote's "The Widow Claire"
Appeared in the Showtime production of Athol Fugard's "'Master Harold'... and the Boys"
Co-starred with Catalina Sandino Moreno in The New Group's off-Broadway premiere of Kenneth Lonergan's "The Starry Messenger"
Delivered a fine turn as Robert Gould Shaw, the white commander of a black infantry during the Civil War in "Glory"
Made rare TV acting appearance opposite Jack Lemmon in the TNT movie "A Life in the Theatre"
Offered a comic turn opposite Marlon Brando in "The Freshman"
Reprised his stage role of Brother Vaughn in the film "On Valentine's Day"
Reprised role of Eugene Jerome in Simon's "Biloxi Blues" on Broadway
Starred in the National Actors Theater Broadway revival of "Night Must Fall"
Acted opposite Parker Posey in the ill-fated Broadway comedy "Taller Than a Dwarf"
Had leading role in the summer hit "WarGames"
Played an astronomy teacher in the Broadway play "The Starry Messenger"; second collaboration with director Kenneth Lonergan
Starred opposite Jim Carrey in dark comedy "The Cable Guy"
Re-united with Nathan Lane to play Oscar and Felix in the Broadway revival of "The Odd Couple" directed by Joe Mantello
Starred as a movie director in "The Last Shot" with Alec Baldwin, Toni Collette and Tony Shalhoub
Co-produced (also directed and co-starred) the biopic "Infinty"; film scripted by his mother Patricia Broderick
Played a bank manager in the Sundance hit "You Can Count on Me," directed by Kenneth Lonergan
Played a scientist tracking the monster in the blockbuster "Godzilla"
Played lead role in the off-Broadway production of Harvey Fierstein's "Torch Song Trilogy"
Portrayed Professor Harold Hill in the ABC television remake of the "Music Man"
Co-starred with Danny DeVito in the holiday comedy "Deck the Halls"
Guest starred as himself on "Louie" (FX)
Teamed with Ben Stiller and Eddie Murphy in the ensemble comedy "Tower Heist"
Made acting debut as Brother Vaughn in Horton Foote's play "Valentine's Day"; also starred his father James
Was featured in Helen Hunt's directorial debut "Then She Found Me"
Made film-acting debut in "Max Dugan Returns"
Voiced the adult Simba in Disney's animated blockbuster "The Lion King"; also sang
Made Broadway debut as Eugene Jerome in Neil Simon's semi-autobiographical play "Brighton Beach Memoirs"
Co-starred with Nicole Kidman in the Frank Oz remake of the 1975 cult classic "The Stepford Wives"
In January, received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Recreated stage role of Eugene Jerome in Mike Nichols film adaption of "Biloxi Blues"
Reprised his role as Leo Bloom opposite Nathan Lane in the feature adaptation of "The Producers"
With Nathan Lane, co-starred in the Mel Brooks' stage version of "The Producers"; received a Tony nomination
Gave his breakthrough film performance in title role of "Ferris Bueller's Day Off"
Offered a winning performance as a teacher out to thwart an overachieving female student in in Alexander Payne's "Election"
Made TV acting debut on an episode of "Lou Grant" (CBS)
Had title role in the live-action adaptation of "Inspector Gadget"
Returned to Broadway to star in the revival of "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying"; wife Sarah Jessica Parker co-starred in the final months of the show's run
Had a supporting role in Kenneth Lonnergan's "Manchester by the Sea"
Starred as former Homeland Security chief Michael D. Brown on "American Crime Story"