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In 2006, he appeared on the Direct-to-DVD thriller The Plague, which was produced by Clive Barker and was panned by critics.
After Dawson's Creek ended in 2003, he returned to off-Broadway, in Lanford Wilson's Rain Dance.
Van Der Beek was born in Cheshire, Connecticut, the son of Melinda (née Weber), a former dancer and gymnastics teacher, and James William Van Der Beek, a cellular phone company executive and former professional baseball pitcher. At the age of 15, he asked his mother to take him into New York City to get an agent and try his hand in professional acting.
He made his professional debut off-Broadway at age 16 in 1993 in the New York premiere of Edward Albee's play Finding the Sun with the Signature Theatre Company. Both he and the production, which was also directed by Albee, received positive reviews.
A decade later, in 2003, he appeared again off-Broadway, briefly, in the play Rain Dance.
In early 1997, Van Der Beek auditioned for three television pilots.
Van Der Beek is due to appear in British comedy Carters Get Rich on Sky One, beginning in March 2017.
Van Der Beek is also the co-creator and star of What Would Diplo Do? He also made a cameo in the film Downsizing (2017), starring Matt Damon, and voices Boris Hauntley in the Disney Junior show Vampirina.
He played a fictionalized version of himself on the cult ABC sitcom Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23, and, most recently, starred in CSI: Cyber as FBI Special Agent Elijah Mundo.
His film roles include Varsity Blues (1999) and The Rules of Attraction (2002).
The film was distributed theatrically in the United States starting February 26, 2010.