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In 1998, he wrote and produced the independent film Went to Coney Island on a Mission from God... Although Cryer gained fame with his early film roles, it took several years to find success on television; none of his star vehicles, including The Famous Teddy Z, Partners, and The Trouble with Normal, lasted more than 22 episodes.
In 2003, Cryer was cast as Alan Harper on the CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men, for which he won two Primetime Emmy Awards in 20.
"This isnt a show that knows why it exists anymore, save perhaps to be a big American co-production.
It exists to try the formula that worked in the UK in the US, in the hopes that itll make more money.
All appeared to be forgiven, however, as Jones, contrary to Charlie Sheen, appeared to great applause in the finale.
Before being cast for Two and a Half Men, Cryer auditioned for the role of Gaius Baltar on the Sci-Fi Channel's reimagined Battlestar Galactica, but the role went to James Callis.
In 1993, he was asked to audition for the role of Chandler Bing on Friends, while doing a play in London. In 1995, he was cast as Bob in the sitcom Partners, which, like his prior show The Famous Teddy Z, was canceled after its first season.
Cryer had expressed a desire to appear in NCIS since it premiered on September 23, 2003.
In 2000, he was cast as the lead in a comedy series called The Trouble With Normal.
For the third time, Cryer starred in a show which was canceled after its first season.
Pursuing a passion for criminal justice Cryer joined the team of the popular podcast Undisclosed where he will be voicing the weekly addendum episode for the second season.
When Pretty in Pink co-star Molly Ringwald told Out magazine in 2012 that she believed Cryer's character was gay, Cryer defended Duckie and other "slightly effeminate dorks," and said he has had to live with others' "faulty" gaydar.