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Voyager was Spain's first venture into episodic television. It would be followed by guest appearances on Pacific Blue (a series on which David L. Lander was a regular), Nash Bridges (in an episode with Caroline Lagerfelt), Nothing Sacred (with Donna Murphy), Brooklyn South (starring James B. Sikking), Four Corners (with Brian McNamara), Becker (starring Terry Farrell, in an episode with Alice Krige), Family Law (starring Christopher McDonald and Julie Warner, in an episode with Steven Culp), The Practice (with John Vargas), JAG (starring Scott Lawrence, in an episode with Zoe McLellan), CSI: Miami (with Tim Kelleher), and NCIS (with Benjamin Brown). In addition, he had a role in the acclaimed, award-winning HBO mini-series Band of Brothers (along with David Andrews, Scott Grimes, Tom Hardy and Neal McDonough) and a recurring role as Tommy Corales on Resurrection Blvd., during which time he worked with Lawrence Monoson, Tony Plana, Ray Wise, and Daniel Zacapa.
Spain has also been active in film. After making his debut with a small part in 1993's Flashfire (featuring Mark L. Taylor), he earned critical acclaim and an Independent Spirit Award for his starring role as Carlos Amado in the 1997 "dramedy" Star Maps. This was followed with supporting roles in such films as Permanent Midnight (1998, also featuring Andy Dick), But I'm a Cheerleader (1999, with Robert Pine), and What's Cooking? (2000, co-starring Alfre Woodard, Gregory Itzin, and Frank Novak). He also co-starred with Kim Darby and William Lucking in 1999's The Last Best Sunday and was the star of the films Rave (2000) and Hunting of Man (2003, which he also produced). His TV movie roles include a young Tecumseh in 1995's Tecumseh: The Last Warrior (with David Clennon and Jimmie F. Skaggs), the Accused in the 1997 adaptation of 12 Angry Men, and Javier in 2005's The Reading Room (co-starring Joanna Cassidy).