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