In 2004, Stoll broke into television with a minor part in an episode of "CSI" and continued to find steady employment on the small screen with appearances in "NYPD Blue," "Numb3rs," "ER" and "NCIS." He soon began adding credits to the big-screen side of the ledger, playing supporting roles in Lucky Number Slevin (2006), Push (2009) and Salt (2010).
But Stoll's big break came when he landed the part of writer Ernest Hemingway in the 2011 romantic fantasy Midnight in Paris (helmed by Woody Allen), impressing critics with his sly portrayal of the temperamental author. Stoll's subsequent work includes The Bourne Legacy (2012) and the Netflix original series "House of Cards."
Setting his sights on the magical kingdom of Hollywood, a young man migrates to Los Angeles in the 1930s and is swiftly drawn into the social whirlpool of the young and beautiful -- all pursuing their own visions of success.