Following enlistment as a supporting player and recurring guest star in television series including Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Third Watch, actor Michael Mosley moved into feature roles. He began with exploitation outings such as the 2003 supernatural horror opus Bog Creatures, but quickly transitioned to more mainstream fare and came to specialize in leads in independently produced dramas, such as Doug Sadler's Swimmers (2005) and Michael Knowles' Room 314 (2007). Mosley then landed a series of roles in Hollywood A-listers, including bit parts in the romantic comedies 27 Dresses and The Accidental Husband (both 2008). Mosley then returned to television, taking a regular role in two short-lived series: in 2009, he was cast as one of the leads in the revamped 9th season of Scrubs as a medical student, and in 2011, he played a pilot on ABC's Pan Am. Both series quickly ended after shortened seasons, and Mosely returned to guest-starring work and the occasional movie. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi