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Born: April 20, 1941 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Los Angeles, California, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1956:
Competed as an amateur boxer, winning the Los Angeles Golden Gloves in 1956 and 1957
1959:
Was a stunt performer on the German TV series "Tales of the Vikings"
1962:
Made TV series debut as a regular on "Empire" (NBC)
1964:
Gained popularity as Rodney Harrington on the ABC series "Peyton Place"
1969:
Feature film debut, "The Big Bounce"
1970:
Breakthrough film appearance, starring opposite Ali MacGraw in the romantic drama "Love Story"; earned Golden Globe and Academy Award nominations for Best Actor
1972:
First screen teaming with Barbra Streisand, "What's Up, Doc?"
1973:
Starred opposite daughter Tatum in Peter Bogdanovich's feature "Paper Moon"; earned a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor
1975:
Played the title role in Stanley Kubrick's "Barry Lyndon"
1977:
Featured in Richard Attenborough's World War II epic "A Bridge Too Far"
1978:
Reprised Oscar-nominated role for the sequel "Oliver's Story"
1981:
Second collaboration with Streisand, the boxing comedy "The Main Event"
1982:
Played a police detective posing with John Hurt as a gay couple in the comedy feature "Partners"
1984:
Starred alongside Shelley Long and Drew Barrymore in the comedy "Irreconcilable Differences"
1985:
Played a compulsive gambler in "Fever Pitch"
1987:
Starred in Norman Mailer's "Tough Guys Don't Dance"
1989:
Acted opposite real life love Farrah Fawcett in the ABC TV-movie "Small Sacrifices"
1989:
Last film released for seven years, "Chances Are"
1991:
Returned to series TV on the short-lived CBS sitcom "Good Sports"; also co-starred Farrah Fawcett
1992:
Starred with Katharine Hepburn in the Lifetime movie "The Man Upstairs"
1996:
First film in seven years, played Cher's cheating spouse in "Faithful"
1998:
Co-starred with Bill Pullman in Jake Kasdan's debut feature "Zero Effect"
2000:
Featured in the independent romantic comedy "Coming Soon"
2000:
Cast in a recurring role in the TNT series "Bull"
2003:
Played the parents (with Bo Derek) to Jamie Kennedy's character in "Malibu's Most Wanted"
2003:
Portrayed a movie star in the feature "People I Know"
2003:
Cast as Alicia Silverstone's father Jerry Fox on the NBC series "Miss Match"
2005:
Guest starred on an episode of "Desperate Housewives" (ABC) as Lynette Scavo's (Felicity Huffman) father-in-law
2006:
Landed recurring role on the Fox series "Bones" as Max Keenan
2011:
Co-starred with daughter on the documentary series "Ryan & Tatum: The O'Neals" (OWN); also executive produced

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