Did Topher Grace Grace Get Along with the cast of that 70's show?
Topher Grace didn't get along with the cast except for Laura Prepon (Donna). Danny (Hyde), Wilmur (Fez), and Ashton (Kelso) went clubbing and Topher didn't want to go so he didn't really fit in. I'm not sure about the relationship with Mila Kunis (Jackie) since she usually hung out with danny, milmur, and ashton. The adults on the show (Red, Kitty, Bob, Midge, etc.) probably got along with eachother because of the wide age difference.
9 people found this useful
Grace can be a name or it is something that you say before eating food
Teresa Palmer The spindly little jitterbug doesn't like to talk about personal stuff in the press. Reportedly--but this only rumored. Ivanka Trump in 2006.He dated his co-star, Teresa Palmer, in mid-to-late 2007. It's been said that they reunited in 2009, after she broke up with Russell Brand. H…ope that helps. --All the best, Dane Youssef (MORE)
Topher Grace's paternal grandmother was Jewish. It is not clear if Topher Grace's paternal grandfather was Jewish also. It seems very likely that Topher Grace's mother is not Jewish.
Catholic Answer God is the source of all graces. They are dispensed by His Son, Our Blessed Lord, primarily through the Sacraments of the Church. from The Catechism of the Catholic Church , second edition, English translation 1994 . 1996 Our justification comes from the grace of God. Grace… is favor , the free and undeserved help that God gives us to respond to His call to become children of God, adoptive sons, partakers of the divine nature and of eternal life. (Cf. Jn 1:12-18; 17:3; Rom 8:14-17; 2 Pet 1:3-4). (MORE)
A rebellion against Henry VIII in 1536. In more detail: The Pilgrimage of Grace is the title given to a widespread revolt against the rule of Henry VIII. The Pilgrimage of Grace started in late 1536 and finished in early 1537. Much is known about this revolt as it was well documented at the ti…me. Between late 1536 and 1537 a number of revolts against the king took place in Northern England. These were collectively known as the 'Pilgrimage of Grace'. However, strictly, the Pilgrimage of Grace only refers to the revolt that occurred in Yorkshire between October and December 1536. The first of the uprisings occurred in Lincolnshire in October 1536 and lasted about two weeks - from the 2 nd to the 18 th . While it did not last long, the revolt did represent a major threat to the government. This was because those in the rebellion were not just the 'common' people. Nobles were also involved in the Lincolnshire Uprising - a group of people whom the government had usually been able to rely on to support it. There is some evidence that some nobles may even have orchestrated the uprising - but others were forced to join it on pain of death. The king could not use local militia to quell the uprising because it was feared that they would join the rebels. Therefore, troops had to be brought in from other areas of the kingdom. By about October 5 th , it is thought that 40,000 men were involved in the uprising. They marched to Lincoln. Contemporary documents show that they were well disciplined and orderly and certainly not a rabble. They received a decent welcome from the people of Lincoln. But once it the city, things started to go wrong. Those nobles in the uprising realised - rather late - that they had much to lose. The Duke of Suffolk was heading towards Lincoln with an army and the chances of defeating it were slim at best. They took the first opportunity they were given to withdraw themselves from the rebels. Suffolk, as was almost a tradition, gave all the rebels the opportunity to return home without bloodshed and gave a promise that Henry would look into some of the policies that had angered them. The nobles seized their chance, as did many of the commoners. Those who wanted to take on Suffolk remained in Lincoln but the numbers of the rebels had been severely reduced. Henry had previously ordered that no mercy was to be shown to those who had dared to show disloyalty to the king. There seems to be little doubt that those who remained in Lincoln would have paid with their lives. But almost immediately Henry was faced with a far more serious rebellion in Yorkshire, which postponed any immediate punishment of the Lincolnshire rebels. The Yorkshire Uprising - the Pilgrimage of Grace - was very similar to the one in Lincolnshire. 'Commoners' made up the bulk of the numbers while nobles were also in its ranks. However, one major difference was that the Yorkshire rebels were well led. Robert Aske, an able lawyer from an important Yorkshire family, became the accepted leader of the Yorkshire rebels. A skilled orator, Aske was also a very competent organiser. He wanted the rebellion to maintain the highest of standards so that no one could call the men he led a rabble. He did not want to frighten away more nobles from joining the rebellion. It was Aske who coined the phrase 'Pilgrimage of Grace' to describe their actions. This term, it is thought, was deliberately chosen. Pilgrims came from the word pilgrimage and this was the holy slant that Aske wanted to put on the rebellion. He wanted Henry to stop his attacks on the Church and the monasteries and return the country to following the Pope. Aske believed that Henry himself was not at fault as he was thought to be a decent and well-meaning king. Aske lay the blame on 'evil' advisors, especially Thomas Cromwell, whom he believed were polluting the king's mind. Aske believed that once Henry saw the rebellion for what it was - a spiritual pilgrimage - he would revert to old policies and remove from power those who had mislead the king. However, to reinforce that the rebels had the means to gain what they wanted, the 'pilgrims' had a well-organised armed force at their disposal. All those who took part in the rebellion had to take an oath regarding their behaviour and overall demeanour. For those who took this oath, it was binding and any failure to maintain it would lead to eternal damnation. The support for Aske was widespread in Yorkshire. Men also joined from Durham, Northumberland and some from Lancashire. With a few exceptions, most of the rebels behaved very well. They gathered at York and then at Pontefract. There was a royal castle at Pontefract, which garrisoned 300 royal troops. It fell without firing a shot. In fact, the castle was in a poor state of repair and it is very likely that it could not have held out for a day let alone anymore time. Henry suspected the castle's leader, Lord Thomas Danby, of being sympathetic to the rebels and that the 300 men in the garrison, likewise, were far from loyal. But the fact that it was a royal castle gave the rebels in Yorkshire a major boost in terms of confidence. Pontefract Castle surrendered on October 21 st . At this stage, the so-called Pilgrims numbered 35,000 men. They were well armed and well equipped. Henry ordered the Duke of Norfolk and the Earl of Shrewsbury north to confront the rebels. However, both men could only raise about 8,000 men so they would have been heavily outnumbered in battle. The one advantage they had was the fact that Aske did not want conflict. He still wanted a negotiated settlement and as a result Norfolk met Aske at Doncaster Bridge on October 27 th . Norfolk came across as a sympathiser of the rebel demands and he persuaded them to disband while a deputation of them would be escorted to London by Norfolk himself. What they may not have known was that Norfolk was a political rival of Thomas Cromwell and used whatever opportunity he had to undermine Cromwell's position - and the rebels gave Norfolk a perfect opportunity to continue his campaign against Cromwell. The deputation of rebel envoys did not include any major leader. Aske remained in Yorkshire to ensure that the rebels organisation maintained itself if the king failed to deliver. However, Henry was a clever politician. He received the rebel demands - but failed to give a reply to them for several weeks. In this time he hoped that the rebel organisation would start to show weaknesses. It would be a tall order for Aske to keep all 35,000 men organised. Henry bought more time by asking the pilgrim envoys to clarify certain points that he failed to fully understand. He suggested that the leaders should meet up to construct a clearly written and detailed set of demands. At the same time Norfolk was ordered to end the rebellion in whatever way he thought necessary. The rebel leaders duly met in Pontefract in early December to construct what became known as the '24 Articles'. The nobles among the pilgrims produced these and they did not represent the majority in the rebellion - the poor commoners who were not invited to attend the meeting. Nine of the demands were specifically religious while six were specifically political. The rest were a combination of social, political, economic and religious issues. The '24 Articles' were presented to Norfolk at Doncaster on December 6 th . It was agreed that if the rebels disbanded: 1) The king would received the demands. 2) A freely elected Parliament would discuss them. 3) All pilgrims would be pardoned for their part in the rebellion. Aske and the 300 other rebel leaders at Doncaster believed that they had won a great victory. He travelled to London at the king's request to meet Henry who had asked to be briefed about the feelings of the people so that any future problems could be avoided. Aske saw this as a sign that the king was a decent person and that it was advisors who were failing the country. In fact, Henry was simply buying time. He had already determined that the north had to be taught a military lesson. However, he wanted from Aske as many names as was possible so that individuals could be brought to account. In late January 1537, Aske returned to Yorkshire where he became a vocal supporter of Henry. Others were suspicious that the promised pardon had yet to arrive. At the same time it had become apparent to Norfolk that Henry would judge him by the way he put down the rebellion. Norfolk had feared that Henry had believed that he was sympathetic to the rebel demands and that now he needed to show above all else his loyalty to the king. Norfolk used a rebellion in Cumberland (February 1537) as the reason for his campaign even though the pilgrims had condemned what had happened in Cumberland. By now the pilgrims were in disarray while the army of Norfolk was poised to strike when it chose to do so. With no chance of successfully fighting Norfolk's army, the leaders of the Pilgrimage of Grace agreed to Henry's order that they should come to London to answer questions. By early May, fifteen of the main leaders were under arrest despite the promise of a pardon. Two juries were established in Yorkshire to decide whether the men should stand trial in London. The juries were made up of the friends of those arrested. This process was known as indictment. It was a heartless procedure as those who best knew the likes of Aske and Danby were now asked to essentially sign their death warrants as no trial in London would spare them. All the accused unsurprisingly were found guilty of treason. Most were executed in London but Aske was taken back to Yorkshire where he was executed. This was meant to be a gesture of how much in control of the events Henry was. How much of a threat was the Pilgrimage of Grace to Henry? The king tried to play it off as a minor rebellion in one of the more outlying areas of his kingdom. Few, if anyone, in the royal court would have dared to contradict the king, especially as Henry had crushed the rebellion. However, many historians now consider the rebellion to have been the greatest internal threat that Henry had to face in his reign. They base their judgment on the basis that it would have been very difficult for Henry to have gathered together an army that was big enough to fight against the 35,000 men in the rebellion. There is also no evidence that Henry had anyone capable of handling such a large military force even if he had been able to raise so many men. It is also accepted that anger was not just a preserve of the north. If the rebels had marched south it is almost certain that others would have joined them. Therefore, as the rebels marched south, their numbers may well have grown greatly. There was also the real fear that a foreign nation would use the disruption that the rebels would have caused to attack England in the south. With Henry's army engaged against the rebels, there would have been little to stop a landing on the Kent/Sussex coast. If the Pope denounced Henry and urged all Catholics to assist the rebels, Henry's position would have been even weaker. None of the above did happen as the rebels accepted the peace plan put forward by the king. Credit also needs to be given to Henry for the way he handled the representatives of the rebels while they were in London. His delaying tactic worked. Ironically, from a position of great potential weakness, Henry emerged from the Pilgrimage of Grace in a stronger position. The rebels were defeated and anyone else thinking about getting involved in something similar would have known about the consequences. The defeat of the rebels simply showed the populace who held real power and it is no coincidence that the major impact of the Reformation against the monasteries occurred after the Pilgrimage of Grace - in 1538. It was almost as if victory against Aske and his followers spurred Henry to push ahead with his changes; which is what he did. While the rebel army was in existence, they presented Henry with a major problem. The defeat of that same army gave Henry the freedom to move ahead with what he wanted to achieve. Historians have written about 'what might have happened' with regards to the Pilgrimage of Grace. It wanted Henry to change his religious policies for a start. Ironically, his victory over the rebels gave him the freedom to implement these changes regardless. (MORE)
Topher Grace, the actor most known for "That 70's Show," is not gay and has been dating Gennifer Goodwin.
He wanted to concentrate on his movie roles that he was offered at the time.. He was offered the plum role of Eddie Brock/Venom in "Spider-Man 3." Being cast in "That '70's Show" would make him an instant overnight TV star. But dollars to diamonds to anything else, he would be forever associa…ted with that one role--TV's most loveable square bland beige dork-in-a-half, Eric Forman. But this one role, he would make the transition to bone-fide movie star. He'd be known as "Topher" and not just "Eric." He'd have a career after "The '70's" ended. (MORE)
He played the part of Eddie Brock, a photographer for the Daily Bugle, who ultimately became Venom, Spiderman's enemy.
Eric Forman (Seasons 1 through 7)- Played by Topher Grace Donna Pinciotti- Played by Laura Prepon Fez- Played by Wilmer Valderrama Michael Kelso (Seasons 1 through 7)- Played by Ashton Kutcher Jackie Burkhardt- Played by Mila Kunis Steven Hyde- Played by Danny Masterson Laurie Forman (Se…asons 2 & 3)- Played by Lisa Robin Kelly Red Forman- Played by Kurtwood Smith Kitty Forman- Played by Debra Jo Rupp Midge Pinciotti (Season 1 through 3)- Played by Tanya Roberts Bob Pinciotti- Played by Don Stark Leo (Recurring Seasons 2 & 3, Star Seasons 4 & 8)- Played by Tommy Chong Randy (Season 8)- Josh Meyers. That '70s Show: 1998-2006 (MORE)
As of July of 2014, Topher Grace does not have a wife. He does havea girlfriend named Ashley Hinshaw, and they have been seen spendinga lot of time together.
That '70s Show . Eric Forman - Topher Grace. Donna Pinciotti - Laura Prepon. Michael Kelso - Ashton Kutcher. Steven Hyde - Danny Masterson. Jackie Burkhart - Mila Kunis. Fez - Wilder Valderrama. Kitty Forman - Debra Jo Rupp. "Red" Forman - Kurtwood Smith. Click the related link for the ful…l cast. (MORE)
In popular usage, they are sort of super-saints or demigoddesses who are on earth to clandestinely help people in need. ( a wholesome idea) they were, traditionally Three- as in Greek mythology- and are usually styled, Faith, Hope, and Charity. In one of the Disney cartoons, this holy trio were tran…sformed to Good Fairies and called Flora, Fauna and Merryweather, in the original they were nuns with the above names. (MORE)
I am nit sure byt on that 70s show they are always saying he only weighs 80 lbs but i think he has gained some weight since then
God's grace, like the rain, falls on us all. Hippos show their grace in the water. The gangly teen was not without grace on the dance floor.
No, but he's about the only member of the '70's show that never inhaled. His ex-co-stars are all puffers or at least were at some point. Laura Prepon (Donna), Mila Kunis (Jackie), Danny Masterson (Steven Hyde) all suck cigs on a regular basis. Ashton himself is a reformed smoker. So... smok…es? Eric Forman? No, never. Glad I could help. --All my Best, Dane Youssef (MORE)
The cast of That '70s Show had respect for Topher as Topher respected his cast members. As far as i know there was no fights on the set. The cast members just did not get along with Topher at one point. The cast, mostly Ashton, Wilmer, Danny, and Mila were outgoing, and they liked to hang out off th…e set. They also were close on the set. Topher was very distant.Topher didn't really communicate with the cast much. The only person he talked to was Laura, who is Donna on the show. It was said that on the final tapping for Topher, and Ashton ,Topher just did the show, and went home. Ashton stayed, and celebrated with the cast. Its not that the cast didn't like him, it was the fact that he was so distant the cast didn't get along with him.. This information was said on true Hollywood Stories- That '70s Show.The show aired on Channel E!Entertainment Television (MORE)
Because he is a lot. Smarter than the rest of the cast members. Aston plays a retard and Hyde is a dumb stoner . Topher was the only good actor and red who really made that show
Topher left because he wanted to do movies, full-time. He did movies while he was in That 70's Show, and got some great reviews. It has also been said that he did not like being compared to his character, Eric, all the time. He wanted to be known as Topher Grace, an actor.
The Graces were goddesses of beauty, creativity and fertility. In descending order, they were called Agleae, Euphrosyne and Thalia. Some say that they were the daughters of Zeus and Eurynome, others said they were daughters of Dionysus and Aphrodite, yet others say Helios and Aegle. The Graces are o…ften associated with the Eleusinian Mysteries and the Underworld of Greek Mythology. To them, the river near Delphi, Cephissus, was sacred. Basically, they were in charge of making things beautiful, not always in an obvious or exterior way. Also, they helped human creativity so mankind learned what natural objects could be used for what purposes. (MORE)
The word "grace" is used 170 times in the Bible (KJV). "Grace" is found in 159 verses (KJV). The easiest way to acquire a list of verses with the word "grace" is to use a Bible program like e-Sword (http://www.e-sword.net). As for showing you, I'll just give you the highlights. . (Gen 6:8 KJV) …But Noah found grace in the eyes of the LORD. . (Rom 4:4 KJV) Now to him that worketh is the reward not reckoned of grace, but of debt. . (Rom 4:16 KJV) Therefore it is of faith, that it might be by grace; to the end the promise might be sure to all the seed; not to that only which is of the law, but to that also which is of the faith of Abraham; who is the father of us all, . (Rom 5:17 KJV) For if by one man's offence death reigned by one; much more they which receive abundance of grace and of the gift of righteousness shall reign in life by one, Jesus Christ.) . (Rom 11:5-6 KJV) Even so then at this present time also there is a remnant according to the election of grace. (6) And if by grace, then is it no more of works: otherwise grace is no more grace. But if it be of works, then is it no more grace: otherwise work is no more work. . (Eph 2:8-9 KJV) For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: (9) Not of works, lest any man should boast. (MORE)
Yes. Check the IMDB page for the Will and Grace episode, "Queens for a Day" Part 1 and Part 2 for a full cast and crew list.
There is no record of Laura Prepon and Topher Grace dating.However, their former co-stars on That 70's Show, Mila Kunis andAshton Kutcher are a couple.
In the Cathedral of Monaco. I believe it is called St. Charles but am not sure. There is also a St.Louis viaduct on the outskirts of town. The wedding was one of the big media social events of the year l956. Detractors called it (the Crime of '56). It was rumored that Italian-leaning Prince Rainier …was originally smitten with a well-known Italian Movie actress. the deal- Marry me, but kick the screen habit, well that was too much to err, Clear the Bridge. so... (MORE)
Topher Grace has been in many movies but is most famous for starring in That 70's Show and playing in Spiderman 3.
It was revealed that Will and Grace were dating in college . He had proposed to her to delay sleeping with her and later that night he revealed that he was gay therefore they never got married.
Not at all. Topher was a very reserved person. He was good friends with Ashton, but just not close.
Nope, I think they would make a good couple though. From wikipedia: While on the That '70s Show set, Prepon met Christopher Masterson, who played Francis on the show Malcolm in the Middle and is the brother of Danny Masterson, who played Hyde in That '70s Show . The two started a relationshi…p and eventually moved in together, later separating in 2007. She is now dating Scott Michael Foster who played Cappie on Greek .  (MORE)
yes, I am crazy for the Saving grace tv show. Because of its interesting story and excellent work of very character.....
Will and Grace was created by David Kohan and Max Mutchnick, and was directed by James Burrows. The show consists of four main characters: Will Truman, played by Eric McCormack. Grace Adler, played by Debra Messing. Karen Walker, played by Megan Mullally. Jack McFarland, played by Sean Hayes. For a …full list of the cast and crew, go to Will and Grace's IMDB page. . (MORE)
There is no indication he has died as of this date Dec. 29, 2009. "For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section (Wikipedia) indicated directly below this answer section. NO! What the Hell were you basing THAT on?" … --Sincerely Wondering, Dane Youssef (MORE)
Well done to everybody who competed in the competition - an enjoyable day was had by all (according to Vicki). The results are as follows:- Class One - Novice Qualifer . Jessics Dove on Moonbeam . Grace Milbank on Little Black Witch . Grace Milbank on Kevin . Daisy Bennie on Spud . Jessica M…ilbank on Tyson . Tessa Berridge on Murrayhall Maytime I'm not sure who grace millbank is but I'm sure she's happy on kevin. When looked up grace Millbank on google, this was the answer...EnJ0ii :) (MORE)
Unfortunately no. There was going to be a spin off of Karen and Jack, but production did not commence and will not be pursued.
Yes, graceful is a synonym for elegant, fluid, fluent, natural, neat ; agile, supple, nimble, and light-footed. Most words have synonyms.
Amazing Grace was written by an Englishman named John Newton in the late 1700's. He was captain of several slave ships for over 20 years. He repented his sins became a preacher and chose to live the rest of his life in solitude. During this period he wrote the hymn Amazing Grace about himself, his e…xperience, and the revelation that led him to change his life. He also inspired and mentored his young friend William Wilberforce to begin a virtually singlehanded crusade in parliament that would span two decades and result in the abolition of slavery throughout the British empire. (MORE)
Ballet is definitely supposed to visually look graceful, although the work can be very strenuous for the dancer.
The finale is rather complex and ties up loose ends of the show. In the final episode, Will and Grace haven't spoken for a year because Grace leaves with Leo to Rome and leaves Will behind in New York, although it was already said he would play the father role for her unborn child because Leo wasn't… in the picture. Karen and Jack plan to get them back together, and succeed. Will and Grace become friends again, and their children later meet in college and it is said that they get married. It's a wonderful episode. I really recommend watching it. Check 'related links' for the full details of the episode and the ending of 'Will and Grace'. I hope you find it useful. (MORE)
i may not be a Sikh but, i think that they believe in grace, but that they have to meditate 10% of their life to earn the grace, which i think personally is very contradictory...it is not really grace at all....
Actually it comes to a tie. Both Sean Hayes (who plays Jack) and Megan Mullally (who plays Karen) won an Emmy in 2000. Sean Hayes won "Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series" and Megan Mullally won "Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series".
God sent Jesus Christ down from heaven to earth to die on the cross for our sins.
Yes he did because his hair is short and he wanted a hairstyle of the 70s to blend in.
Two cast members are still working in projects, Mila Kunis was nominated to the Golden Globe for her performance in Black Swan and she's coming out with a new movie next to Justin Timberlake in the summer. Ashton K. released a movie next to Natalie Portman this month, friends with benefits. He's al…so doing commercials. For the rest of the cast, I haven't heard anything from them lately. (MORE)
he felt left out cause he was the only one not getting anywherewith his character i suppose.
He demonstrates his love and grace to us by his forgiveness, his compassion, his help, his protection, his guidance, direction, leadership and providing good judgment for our decisions
As of 2013... . Topher Grace (Eric) is 34 . Laura Prepon (Donna) is 33. Mila Kunis (Jackie) is 29. Ashton Kutcher (Kelso) is 35. Wilmer Valderrama (Fez) is 33. Debra Jo Rupp (Kitty) is 62. Kurtwood Smith (Red) is 69. Tanya Roberts (Midge) is 57. Don Stark (Bob) is 58. Lisa Robin Kelly (La…urie) is 43. Tommy Chong (Leo) is 74. Josh Meyers (Randy) is 37. (MORE)
It could be for two reasons - her weight loss or she may have a jewelry allergy on her hands right now. Please notice that she is not wearing any jewelry on her fingers like she used to. I am sure that she is still happily married to her husband as always. Her husband wears his wedding ring. Rea…d more: Why isn't Nancy grace wearing her wedding ring since being on Dancing with the stars (MORE)
The 1979 murder of her fiancÃ¨ Keith Griffin, was a life-altering tragedy...which launched her into becoming a prosecuting attorney/victims rights advocate. It is my belief that her "Goodnight Friend" sign-off is her subtle homage to Keith and daily reminder to herself, as to why she does what she… does. (MORE)
Will and Grace was an American television sitcom which ran from 1998 to 2006. Its main actors were Erin McCormack, Debra Messing, Megan Mullally, Sean Hayes and Shelley Morrison.
Someone looking for information about Topher Grace online could do so on many sites. Searching for Topher Grace will give you a biography and pictures of him. Also, looking at movie actors lists will also help you find information about him.
The cast of "Grace is gone" included John Cusack, Emily Churchill and Rebecca Spence. You can get the full cast at the Internet Movie Database. Once on the page, type "Grace Is Gone (2007)" into the search field at the top of the page and press enter to bring up the information.
Topher Grace has: Played himself in "Today" in 1952. Played Himself - Host in "Saturday Night Live" in 1975. Played himself in "Entertainment Tonight" in 1981. Played himself in "Live with Regis and Kathie Lee" in 1988. Played Donny in "The Simpsons" in 1989. Played himself in "The Tonight Show with… Jay Leno" in 1992. Played himself in "Late Show with David Letterman" in 1993. Played himself in "Magacine" in 1996. Played himself in "The Daily Show" in 1996. Played Chris in "King of the Hill" in 1997. Played himself in "Total Request Live" in 1998. Played himself in "The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn" in 1999. Played himself in "The Teen Choice Awards 2000" in 2000. Played Seth Abrahms in "Traffic" in 2000. Played himself in "Young Hollywood Awards" in 2001. Played himself in "7th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards" in 2001. Played Leonardo in "Pinocchio" in 2002. Played himself in "Young Hollywood Awards" in 2003. Played Tommy Donegal in "Mona Lisa Smile" in 2003. Played himself in "Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show" in 2003. Played Carter in "In Good Company" in 2004. Played himself in "On-Air with Ryan Seacrest" in 2004. Played F. Scott Feinstadt in "P.S." in 2004. Played himself in "Best Week Ever" in 2004. Played himself in "CMT Insider" in 2004. Played Himself - Guest in "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" in 2005. Played himself in "Made in Hollywood" in 2005. Played Older Kevin in "Stella" in 2005. Played himself in "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" in 2005. Played himself in "Robot Chicken" in 2005. Played Himself - Co-Presenter: Best Actress or Actor in a Television Series Drama in "The 62nd Annual Golden Globe Awards" in 2005. Played himself in "11th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards" in 2005. Played himself in "2006 MTV Movie Awards" in 2006. Played himself in "Spider-Man 3: UK Premiere Special" in 2007. Played himself in "Up Close with Carrie Keagan" in 2007. Played Himself - Guest in "Chelsea Lately" in 2007. Played Himself - Guest in "Entertainers with Byron Allen" in 2008. Played himself in "Lopez Tonight" in 2009. Played himself in "The 7PM Project" in 2009. Played Euro in "Saturday Night Live: The Best of Amy Poehler" in 2009. Played Clay in "Personal Effects" in 2009. Played himself in "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" in 2009. Played Edwin in "Predators" in 2010. Played himself in "Decloaking the Invisible: Alien Terrain" in 2010. Played himself in "Conan" in 2010. Played Ben in "Death Bed Subtext" in 2010. Played himself in "Evolution of the Species: Predators Reborn" in 2010. Played Matt Franklin in "Take Me Home Tonight" in 2011. Played Himself - Award Presenter in "Young Hollywood Awards" in 2011. Performed in "Crocodile Tears" in 2011. Played Jim Wilkinson in "Too Big to Fail" in 2011. Played himself in "First Look: Ultimate Teaser Trailer" in 2012. Played Alex in "The Beauty Inside" in 2012. Played Doug in "The Giant Mechanical Man" in 2012. Played Carl Levin in "People in New Jersey" in 2013. Played Jared in "The Big Wedding" in 2013. Played himself in "The Return of Return of the Jedi: 30 Years and Counting" in 2013. Performed in "Don Peyote" in 2014. Performed in "Interstellar" in 2014. Played Ben Wingate in "The Calling" in 2014. Played Scott in "A Many Splintered Thing" in 2014. (MORE)