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Born: September 7, 1954 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: North Hollywood, California, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Made professional debut as a baby; appeared as a girl in a Pepsi commercial
1974:
Made film debut in action feature "Three the Hard Way"
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Moved to New York City, where he appeared off-Broadway in "Lone Star"
1984:
Landed regular role on ABC soap opera "Ryan's Hope"
1986:
Rose to fame playing the amoral and womanizing, but utterly charming attorney Arnold Becker on "L.A. Law" (NBC)
1987:
First starring role in a motion picture, "Hello Again"
1989:
Played primadonna 3rd baseman Roger Dorn in "Major League"
1991:
Starred as legal rights activitist Morris Dees in "Line of Fire" (NBC)
1991:
Helped launch Theatre of the Night
1995:
Tried sitcoms with short-lived "A Whole New Ballgame" (ABC)
1996:
Had title role in "The Dentist" (HBO)
1996:
Starred on syndicated action series "The Cape"
1996:
Landed leading role in USA Network movie "Bloodhounds" and its sequel "Bloodhounds II"
1997:
Signed agreement with British-based Ardent Productions, which optioned first screenplay
1998:
Reprised role in "The Dentist II" (HBO); also co-produced
1999:
Acted in TV movie "Two of Hearts" and its sequel "Young Hearts Unlimited" (Fox Family Channel)
2000:
Signed to play Captain Von Trapp in touring production of "The Sound of Music"
2002:
Reprised role of Arnie Becker in "L.A. Law: The Movie" (NBC)
2003:
Competed on two seasons of ABC's "Celebrity Mole"
2004:
Cast in TV moive "Call Me: The Rise and Fall of Heidi Fleiss" (USA Network), starring Jamie-Lynn DiScala
2005:
Starred in murder mystery "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang" opposite Robert Downey Jr.; film premiered at Cannes
2006:
Cast in USA Network series "Psych" as a former police sergeant and the father of detective Shawn Spencer (James Roday)
2011:
Made cameo in "The Big Year"
2012:
Cast opposite Bruce Willis and Catherine Zeta-Jones in comedy feature "Lay the Favorite"; film based on memoir by Beth Raymer

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