David Krumholtz stars as Billy Morton, the headstrong general manager of The Playboy Club, in NBC's provocative drama "The Playboy Club.
Krumholtz is known for his vast array of characters over the many years, most recently starring as Charlie Eppes in "Numb3rs."
Krumholtz co-starred opposite Jamie Foxx in Universal's Oscar-winning "Ray," for director Taylor Hackford.
He co-starred opposite Demi Moore in Emilio Estevez's Golden Globe and SAG Award-nominated film, "Bobby," the story of Senator Robert F. Kennedy's 1968 assassination at the Ambassador Hotel.
Additional big screen credits include "Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle" and the sequel "Harold & Kumar Go to Guantanamo Bay," "Superbad," "Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story," "Serenity," the feature-length adaptation of the sci-fi drama "Firefly" from writer/director Joss Whedon, "The Santa Clause 1 & 2," "Slums of Beverly Hills," "The Mexican," "Sidewalks of New York," "Ten Things I Hate About You," Barry Levinson's "Liberty Heights" and Ang Lee's critically-acclaimed "The Ice Storm."
He most recently starred opposite Jim Carrey in "Mr. Popper's Penguins" and can be seen reprising his role as Goldstein in "A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas," the upcoming third installment of the "Harold & Kumar" trilogy.
Krumholtz currently resides in Los Angeles.
Billy Rosen, the manager of the Playboy Club, often wonders how he managed tocrash the party, but he's certainly not complaining now that he's there. By night, Billy finds himself in the center of the action, surrounded by a bevy of Bunnies and rubbing elbows with the elite of Chicago, but come morning, he's back in the suburbs making breakfast for his wife and two children. A confidante of Nick's, Billy adores his family but more than occasionally feels jealous of his friend's glamorous, carefree lifestyle. Billy is loath to relinquish any of his authority over the Club's business affairs, and he's becoming increasingly wary of Carol-Lynne's ever more blatant attempts to usurp his responsibilities. Billy has worked hard to make the Club into the success that it is today, and he is not about to allow Carol-Lynne or anyone else to push him out of the way. But like everybody else at the Club, Billy has secrets...