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Born: April 4, 1944 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Spokane, Washington, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Began career as writer/performer (with Barry Levinson) on the "Lohman and Barkley" radio show
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Formed stand-up comedy act with Levinson; performed stand-up in Los Angeles
1970:
Wrote for "The John Byner Comedy Hour" (CBS)
1973:
Was a guest performer on the CBS pilot, "Bachelor at Law"
1973:
Took hiatus from comedy and moved to Mount Shasta, CA with family
1978:
Returned to Los Angeles to raise financing for documentaries; produced 52 programs syndicated under the title, "America Still"
1979:
Made feature debut in the Levinson-scripted, "...And Justice for All"; directed by Norman Jewison
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Performed in such stage productions as "The Fantasticks" and "The Taming of the Shrew"
1980:
Returned to TV in the CBS movie "The Promise of Love"
1982:
Co-starred with JoBeth Williams in the Spielberg-produced "Poltergeist"
1983:
Co-starred in the Mike Nichols directed "Silkwood"
1983:
Played a high school football coach, opposite Tom Cruise, in "All the Right Moves"
1984:
Played a US Air Force colonel in the ABC series "Call to Glory"
1986:
First association with director Brian Gibson, "Poltergeist II: The Other Side"
1989:
Portrayed Shelly Long's husband in "Troop Beverly Hills"
1989:
Acted the role of Chief Hyde in "Turner and Hooch"
1989:
Played the title role in the ABC sitcom "Coach"; also produced and directed starring in 1992
1990:
Played a drug enforcement agent in the Emmy-winning miniseries "Drug Wars: The Camarena Story" (NBC); directed by Brian Gibson
1991:
Portrayed Walter Winchell in the HBO movie "The Josephine Baker Story"; directed by Gibson
1993:
Starred in the sci-fi miniseries "The Fire Next Time" (CBS)
1994:
Executive produced and starred in the ABC movie "Ride with the Wind"; also adapted for the screen from a Harry Grant story
1994:
Played Kirk Douglas's son in the NBC movie "Take Me Home Again"
1996:
Played the Cowboy, a drug dealer, in Herb Gardner's "I'm Not Rappaport"
1996:
Cast as District Attorney Ed Peters in Rob Reiner's "Ghosts of Mississippi"
1997:
Portrayed weathy developer Alexander Cullen in "The Devil's Advocate"
1997:
Reunited with director Barry Levinson in the David Mamet-scripted feature "Wag the Dog"
1998:
Made Broadway debut in Eugene O'Neill's "Ah, Wilderness!"
1998:
Had starring role in the ABC miniseries "Peter Benchley's 'Creature'"
2000:
Returned to series TV as the star of the fall CBS crime drama "The District"; also produced and directed
2004:
Voiced the character of Bob Parr/Mr. Incredible in the Pixar animated movie "The Incredibles"
2005:
Cast as the family patriarch, opposite Diane Keaton, in the holiday comedy "The Family Stone"
2007:
Co-starred with Jon Heder and Will Ferrell in the comedy, "Blades of Glory"
2007:
Appeared in four episodes of "My Name Is Earl" (NBC) as an eccentric prison warden
2009:
Played Ryan Reynolds' father in the comedy "The Proposal"
2010:
Cast as Zeek Braverman on NBC's updated version of the 1989 film, "Parenthood"

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