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(January 2003): Plays Businessman in "Sanguine" play by Andy Hyman (Second Stage Theater, Hollywood, California, USA).

Appeared in heavy metal band Twisted Sister's music video for the song "We're Not Gonna Take It" (1984).

(September 2005): Plays Baby Face Martin in "Dead End" play by Sidney Kingsley (Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, California, USA).

(April 2006): Plays Michael in "Festen" play by David Eldridge based on the Dogme film and play by Thomas Vinterberg, Mogens Rukov and Bo Hr. Hansen (Music Box Theatre, New York City, New York, USA).

Participated in the human rights themed production of Speak Truth To Power November 2006

Appears in Maroon 5's music video "Wake Up Call"

Appears in the music video for Maroon 5's "Wake Up Call". (2007)

Active on Broadway in the following productions:

Festen (2006). Drama.

The 24 Hour Plays 2007 (2007). Special/benefit. Written by Eisa Davis ("Dave Chappelle Is Not Crazy"), Theresa Rebeck ("Open House"), David Lindsay-Abaire ("Wakey Wakey"), Julia Jordan ("A Bus Stop Play"), Warren Leight ("I.P") and Michael Lew ("Tenure"). Assistant Director: James Dacre ("Dave Chappelle Is Not Crazy"), Amanda White ("Dave Chappelle Is Not Crazy"), Ryan Mekenian ("Open House"), Collette Robert ("Open House"), Sherri Barber ("Wakey Wakey"), Moira Boag ("Wakey Wakey"), Diana Basmajian ("A Bus Stop Play"), David Ruttura ("A Bus Stop Play"), David T. Little ("I.P"), Margaret McCloskey ("I.P"), Alli Maxwell ("Tenure") and James Stover ("Tenure"). Directed by Kwame Kwei-Armah ("Dave Chappelle Is Not Crazy"), Ari Edelson ("Open House"), Christian Parker ("Wakey Wakey"), Thomas Kail ("A Bus Stop Play"), Josie Rourke ("I.P") and Peter Ellenstein ("Tenure"). American Airlines Theatre: 22 Oct 2007 (1 performance). Cast: Andre Royo (as "Andre/Dave Chappelle Is Not Crazy"), Mamie Gummer (as "Mamie/Dave Chappelle Is Not Crazy"), Ramon Rodriguez (as "Ramon/Dave Chappelle Is Not Crazy"), Lynn Whitfield (as "Lynn/Dave Chappelle Is Not Crazy"), Kristen Johnston (as "Kristen/Open House"), Gaby Hoffmann (as "Gaby/Open House"), Jeremy Sisto (as "Jeremy/Open House"), Diane Neal (as "Diane/Open House"), Craig Grant (as "Craig/Open House"), Tracie Thoms (as "Maggie/Wakey Wakey"), Peter Hermann (as "Zeke/Wakey Wakey"), Alicia Witt (as "Gemma/Wakey Wakey"), Dan Fogler (as "Andrew/Wakey Wakey"), Michael Kenneth Williams (as "Gehring/Wakey Wakey"), Rosie Perez (as "Cammy/Wakey Wakey"), Nellie McKay (as "Singer/Musical Interludes"), Lili Taylor (as "Lili/A Bus Stop Play"), Hope Davis (as "Hope/A Bus Stop Play"), Hugh Dancy (as "Hugh/A Bus Stop Play"), Marlo Thomas (as "Noah/I.P."), Chris Rock (as "Terry/I.P."), Ben Shenkman (as "Marsha/I.P."), Aasif Mandvi (as "Aasif/Tenure"), David Cross (as "David/Tenure"), Elizabeth Banks (as "David/Tenure"). Produced by 24 Hour Company, Working Playground, Freestyle, The Joyful Heart Foundation, Lindsay Bowen, Francesca Silvestri, Kevin Chinoy, Tina Fallon and Kurt Gardner. Associate Producer: Sarah Bisman and Philip Naudé. Benefit Director: Anna Strout.

The 24 Hour Plays 2009 (2009). Special/benefit. Written by Warren Leight ("Daily Bread"), Theresa Rebeck ("Pen Play"), Tina Howe ("Second Option"), Harrison Rivers ("And It Seems To Me A Very Good Sign..."), Nathan Louis Jackson ("Furry Little Angel") and Stephen Belber ("Ramen Noodle"). Assistant Director: Michelle Slonim ("Daily Bread"), Rory Lipide ("Daily Bread"), Michael Mood ("Pen Play"), Sarah Ries ("Pen Play"), Colette Robert ("Second Option"), Roarke Walker ("Second Option"), Alli Maxwell ("And It Seems To Me A Very Good Sign..."), Julia Grob ("And It Seems To Me A Very Good Sign..."), Amanda Joshi ("Furry Little Angel"), Lauren Keating ("Furry Little Angel"), Sherri Barber ("Ramen Noodle") and Bobby Moreno ("Ramen Noodle"). Musical interludes directed by Mark Armstrong. Directed by Lucie Tiberghien ("Daily Bread"), Peter Ellenstein ("Pen Play"), Lynne Meadow ("Second Option"), Jessica Bauman ("And It Seems To Me A Very Good Sign..."), Josie Rourke ("Furry Little Angel") and Leigh Kilton-Smith ("Ramen Noodle"). American Airlines Theatre: 9 Nov 2009 (1 performance). Produced by Kevin Chinoy, Francesca Silvestri, Sarah Bisman, Lindsay Bowen, Tina Fallon, Kurt Gardner, Lou Moreno and Philip Naudé. Benefit Director: Anna Strout

(Summer/Fall 2012) TV commercial for Advil (voice over).

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