The shows transferred to The Cort Theatre in New York City, where they ran in repertory until March 2014.
From 1998 to 2005, Crudup was the narrator for the U. television ad campaign "Priceless" for Master Card.
He has starred in numerous high-profile films, including Without Limits, Almost Famous, Big Fish, Mission: Impossible III, Watchmen, Public Enemies, Spotlight, Jackie, The Stanford Prison Experiment, Justice League, and Alien: Covenant, in both lead and supporting roles.
He also starred in the Netflix original series Gypsy opposite Naomi Watts.
In the ads, the narrator (Crudup) lists the prices of two goods or services, then lists some third, intangible benefit gained from those purchases and concludes, "priceless".
He said in 2005 that appearing in the ads "changed my life", in that they gave him the financial freedom to pursue the acting work that he wanted to do. From 1996 to November 2003, Crudup dated actress Mary-Louise Parker.
He graduated from Saint Thomas Aquinas High School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in 1986.
Crudup attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he received an undergraduate degree, and he continued his passion for acting with the undergraduate acting company, LAB! He also acted for UNC-STV's most popular show, General College.
The Hollywood actress Mary- Louise Parker was pregnant with seven months old William when Billy Crudup dumped her and dated actress Clair Danes.He was a member of the Beta Chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon.He then studied at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts graduate acting program, where he earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in 1994.Crudup completed filming Watchmen with director Zack Snyder in Vancouver, British Columbia. From October 2006 through May 2007, he was featured in the first two parts of The Coast of Utopia by Tom Stoppard at Lincoln Center, playing literary critic Vissarion Belinsky, for which he received a 2007 Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play.In August 2013, he co-starred with Ian Mc Kellen and Patrick Stewart in the Harold Pinter play No Man's Land as well as in Waiting for Godot at the Berkeley Repertory Theatre.