Conrad went on to appear in the 1998 film Return to Paradise with Vince Vaughn and Anne Heche.
Continuing with his stage career, Conrad made his Broadway debut as Blythe Danner's much younger lover in a revival of Terence Rattigan's The Deep Blue Sea in 1998.
He portrayed a naval lieutenant alongside Robert De Niro and Cuba Gooding, Jr. Conrad has been a visiting professor of Literature and Drama at the University of Pittsburgh.
in Men of Honor (2000) and also appeared in recurring roles on the WB series Roswell (1999–2002) and Fox’s dramatic series Boston Public (2000–2005).
And then we stopped being friends and then all of a sudden, she had this sex tape that was coming out. And the next thing I know, it’s blamed on me that I made up the sex tape!
The sex tape is of [her ex-boyfriend Jason Wahler], who was on the show.
In the early 1980s, he transferred as a sophomore from
He left Brown in 1990 and worked as a carpenter, a barista, a housepainter, and interviewed former steelworkers for a historical society in Pittsburgh.
He then went on to study theatre at New York’s prestigious Juilliard School (released in 1997 on Showtime as Snow White: A Tale of Terror).
Conrad made his feature film debut with a small role in the 1994 film Under Heat.
In 1996, he won a role as Leo Roth on the television series Relativity; however, he was already committed to a Pittsburgh production of the Tom Stoppard play Arcadia.
Because the producers felt Conrad was right for the part, production on the series was later scheduled to accommodate his work on the play.
TS Eliot’s The Hollow Men did more for the work’s projection towards a readership, quoting the phrase: “Mistah Kurtz, he dead.” It infused Ronan Bennett’s The Catastrophist and haunts both John le Carré’s The Constant Gardener and The Mission Song.