Made acting debut in "A View from the Bridge" at the Barnard Summer Theatre
Off-Broadway debut, "Legend of Lovers"
Broadway debut, "Dear Me, the Sky Is Falling"
Made early TV appearance in episode of "The DuPont Show" (NBC)
Was a member of the Yale Repertory Company
Played first notable role in a feature film, the black comedy, "Where's Poppa?"
Co-starred with David Selby in "The Super Cops"
Played the title role of Martin 'Kaz' Kazinski on the TV drama series, "Kaz"; won Emmy
Had best feature film role in "Norma Rae"
Sued Warner Brothers to have his name removed from the credits and advertising of the unfunny "Animal House" rip-off, "Up the Academy"
Co-wrote the script for, and performed (with co-star Charles Durning) the theme song to, the ABC comedy pilot, "Side by Side"
Last film for nearly a decade, "Seven Hours to Judgment", directed by Beau Bridges
Starred opposite wife Jessica Walter on Broadway in playwright Neil Simon's "Rumors"
Appeared as Al Burkhardt on the short-lived NBC detective comedy, "Pacific Station"
Played Roy Cohn in Tony Kushner's epic "Angels in America" on Broadway; recieved Tony Award for his performance in part 1, "Millennium Approaches"
Played recurring role of magazine publisher Allen Rush on CBS sudser "Central Park West/CPW"
Began playing recurring role of Rachel's father on the hit NBC sitcom "Friends"
Returned to features in supporting role in Sidney Lumet's "Night Falls on Manhattan"
Co-starred in the short-lived Fox sitcom "Holding the Baby"