Named partner in Koch, Lankenau, Schwartz & Kovner
Elected to New York City Council
Sworn in as Democratic Representative of 17th Congressional district
Named representative of 18th congressional district because of redistricting
Elected New York mayor after running on law and order platform; after first term ended, both Democratic and Republican parties endorsed him for re-election
Began second term as mayor
Became first mayor to host "Saturday Night Live" (NBC)
Wrote first memoir <i>Mayor</i>, which later becomes off-Broadway musical
Made acting debut in CBS movie "Terrible Joe Moran," starring James Cagney
Supported Health Department decision to shut down gay bathhouses
Voted for third term as mayor
Defeated in Democratic primary by David Dinkins, who went on to become New York¿s first African-American mayor
Made cameo in sports comedy "Eddie"
Appeared as judge on syndicated TV show "The People¿s Court"
Published <i>Giuliani: Nasty Man</i>, which consisted of <i>Daily News</i> columns
Played the mayor in crime drama "We Own the Night"
Launched online film review series "Mayor at the Movies"
Subject of Neil Barsky's documentary "Koch"