Was starting quarterback on his high-school football team.
Moved to Los Angeles at 19 to pursue a career writing and directing films, but enrollment in an acting class changed his direction.
Worked in a commercial casting office, which led to several highly successful commercial appearances.
Landed a starring role in CBS sitcom Worst Week as a result of his appearance in a popular T-Mobile Super Bowl commercial, in which he leaves a series of inappropriate messages on a woman's answering machine.
Made his big-screen debut in 2007 with a small part in the hit comedy Blades of Glory.
Attended Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, United States (1994)