Worked at AT&T until high school friend, Kevin Smith, told him to audition for Clerks (1994). He also wore an AT&T t-shirt throughout the movie.
Met and fell in love with his now ex-wife, Lisa Spoonauer, on the set of Clerks (1994).
The idea for his movie Now You Know (2002) came from the Matchbox 20 song called "Push".
His script for Now You Know (2002) was written in about 2-3 months.
Proposed to his wife (now divorced), Lisa Spoonauer, after only knowing her three weeks on the set of Clerks (1994).
Even though his character had much of the dialogue, in every scene in Clerks (1994), he had gum in his mouth. Claims it helped him relax.
Has started his own production company in Hollywood.
Writing and Directing his second film, called "Marry Me to Death".
Owns and runs his own import tile company.
Went to NJIT school for Architecture before he dropped out and moved to LA.
Was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Best Debut Performance.
Plays the drums.
Received a nomination for Best Male Performance at the Chicago Film Festival for his role in Love 101 (2000), and has been seen in Peter Bergstrom's Something Cool.
Auditioned for the role of Brodie Bruce in Mallrats (1995).
Has two dogs - one named Elway and one named Barkley.
He is a huge Denver Broncos fan.
He claims he gets recognized as Randal Graves mostly by his voice.
He has appeared in five films directed by Kevin Smith: Clerks (1994), Dogma (1999), Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001), Clerks II (2006) and Zack and Miri Make a Porno (2008).