|Years active||1997 - present|
Life and career
Born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, London began writing and acting in plays in high school. While a student at Mt. Lebanon High School from which he graduated in 1991, he had his play The Martha War performed at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.
London landed one of his first major roles alongside actor Robin Williams in the 1998 movie, Patch Adams. He also appeared on stage in two Beth Henley plays. Steven Spielberg saw him in Impossible Marriage, alongside Holly Hunter, and cast him as Wally, the caretaker of the Pre-Cogs, in Minority Report (film) in 2002. He has also starred with Will Oldham in the 2006 movie, Old Joy.
He currently lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his singer/songwriter wife, Megan Reilly.
|1997||Snake Feed||Pet Shop Clerk|
|1998||A Soldier's Sweetheart||Eddie Diamond|
|Patch Adams||Truman Schiff|
|2000||Four Dogs Playing Poker||Kevin|
|Lisa Picard is Famous||Boyfriend|
|2001||My Best Friend's Wife||Eric Meyer|
|Minority Report||Wally the Caretaker|
|2008||The Toe Tactic||Elevator Man|
|Synecdoche, New York||Tom|
|2009||The Bridge to Nowhere||Chris|
|2010||Its Kind of a Funny Story||Solomon|
- Impossible Marriage, by Beth Henley (Roundabout Theatre Company, 1998)
- More Lies About Jerzy, by Davey Holmes (Vineyard Theater, 2001)
- Ridiculous Fraud, by Beth Henley (McCarter Theater, 2006)
- Offices, by Ethan Coen (Atlantic Theater Company, 2009)