Debuted on TV playing a recurring role on the ABC soap "Ryan's Hope"
Played Bette Midler's second husband in "That Old Feeling"
Played the role of Robert Gardner on the ABC soap "All My Children"
Produced first play "Jackie" in Los Angeles
Replaced Ron Silver in David Mamet's "Speed-the-Plow" on Broadway
Starred as a conservative TV preacher in "Hellfire" (syndicated)
TV-movie debut, "Sanctuary of Fear/Girl in the Park" (NBC)
Cast in the short-lived NBC series, "Sara," starring Geena Davis in the title role
Co-starred on the short-lived CBS sitcom "High Society"
Featured in the Oscar-winning short, "Ray's Male Heterosexual Dance Hall"
Joined the cast of ABC's "Ugly Betty" as recurring character, Cal Hartley
Joined the cast of the NBC sitcom "Nurses" as Jack Trenton
Made feature debut in Paul Mazursky's "An Unmarried Woman"
Moved to New York City
Played a State Department bigwig in the political satire "In the Loop"
Played the title role in the ABC spoof series "Sledge Hammer!"
Appeared in the Broadway production of Michael Cristofer's "The Shadow Box"
Cast in several episodes of "Suddenly Susan" (NBC)
Eventually replaced John Belushi in the Second City company that included Gilda Radner, Harold Ramis and Bill Murray
First collaboration with David Mamet, appeared in original Chicago stage production of "Sexual Pervisity in Chicago"
Played a bit part in Woody Allen's "Manhattan"
Played a CIA officer in the Coen brothers' "Burn After Reading"
Portrayed the late Donald Greene, one of the heroic passengers of doomed flight 93, in Paul Greengrass' "United 93"
Returned to the NY stage in Mamet's revival of "Edmond"
Starred in the Broadway adaptation of "To Be or Not to Be"; production closed after two months
While a college student, enrolled in a Second City workshop in Chicago
Appeared opposite Gilda Radner in the Broadway production of "Lunch Hour"; directed by Mike Nichols
Played Ashley Judd's father in "Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood"
Played the President in "The Sentinel," starring Michael Douglas and Kiefer Sutherland