Cast in "Catch Me If You Can"
Film debut in as Tom Oakly in "Botany Bay" starring Alan Ladd and James Mason
Played the voice of The Fixer in "Toy Story 2"
Provided the voice of the high-ranking Cylon cyborg Lucifer on "Battlestar Galactica"
Provided the voice of The Professor in the animated film "Hubert's Brain"
Reprised role of Dr. Zachary Smith for TV tribute special "Lost In Space Forever"
Starred as Bradford Webster, assistant to Michael Rennie's Harry Lime, in TV version of "The Thin Man" (1959-1962)
Appeared as Lysias in "The Big Fisherman"
Appeared on "The Bill Dana Show"
Began long-running career as a voice-over artist for animated TV series and films on "The Banana Splits Adventure Hour"
Cast in career-making role of the pompous, troubling-making Dr. Zachary Smith on "Lost In Space" (1965-1968)
Gave voice to Manny the Preying Mantis for Disney and Pixar's animated hit "A Bug's Life"
live television debut
Provided the voice of Era for Disney/Pixar's "Buzz Lightyear of Star Command"
Provided the voice of Professor Jones on the animated series "Freakazoid!"
Refused a cameo role in the feature film version of "Lost In Space;" said he was not interested if he could not play Dr. Smith
At time of death, reported to be involved in planned TV-movie "Lost In Space: The Journey Home"
Broadway debut in Gilbert Miller's production of "Heart of the City"
Entertained troops during World War II in the South Pacific
Protrayed Commander Isaac Gampu on the live-action Saturday morning sci-fi TV series "Space Academy"
Recurring role as Don Carlos Fernandez on "Zorro," marking his first collaboration with his "Lost In Space" co-star Guy Williams
appeared in live television drama in "His Name Is Jason" on "Chevrolet Tele-Theater"; later appeared on series including "Studio One," "General Electric Theater" and "Kraft Television Theater"
began working in repertory at the Millpond Playhouse in Roslyn, Long Island; within three years had been in 125 plays in stock companies across the country