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