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Also Known As: Died: October 10, 2004
Born: September 25, 1952 Cause of Death: heart failure following treatment for infection following complications from a pressure wound
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Director (feature film)

1.
Everyone's Hero (2006)
Set in the 1930s, the story revolves around a father and son and two legendary urban baseball teams.
2.
In the Gloaming (1997) as Director
When a young man returns home dying of AIDS, his parents lives are thrown into turmoil as they face his terminal illness. In the struggle to understand who their son really is, the mother forges a deep relationship with her son in the last months of his life and the father reaches out to the son he never really knew.
3.
Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987) as 2nd Unit Director (2nd Unit)
Superman (Christopher Reeve) receives a request to end nuclear proliferation, and the Man of Steel goes into action. He rounds up every nuclear missile in the world and then hurls the collection into the sun for a resounding explosion. But his Clark Kent persona has other problems as The Daily Planet has been bought by unscrupulous David Warfield (Sam Wanamaker) who is only interested in turning the newspaper into a sleazy tabloid. Lacy (Mariel Hemingway), Warfield's sexy daughter, however, has eyes for Kent and gets Lois Lane (Margot Kidder) to fix her up with him.

Cast (feature film)

4.
No (2012)
Prior to the1988 referendum staged by Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet to gain another eight-year term in office, the political opposition adopts an upbeat strategy with a simple message: No.
5.
Extreme (1999) as Narrator
An in-your-face look at extreme sports and the daredevil athletes that risk their lives for the thrill of adventure. The cameras were rolling when Ross Clarke-Jones surfed through El Nino tidal waves, when a ferocious twenty day snow storm lured four snowboarders to rocket down Alaska's steppest mou
6.
Rear Window (1998) as Jason Kemp
An update of the Cornell Woolrich short story that inspired Alfred Hitchcock's film, "Rear Window" (1954). Jason Kemp, a paralyzed man confined to a wheelchair, believes he has witnessed a murder from his apartment window. Jason's colleague Claudia becomes his partner in trying to solve the mysterio
7.
Step Toward Tomorrow, A (1996) as Denny Gabriel
A single mother of two must make important adjustments when her younger son is paralyzed in a diving accident.
8.
Above Suspicion (1995) as Dempsey
Dempsey Cain is an honored cop, a loving husband and father, and mentor to his handsome younger brother. Then a drug dealer's bullet paralyzes him for life and Dempsey's world is shattered. Suddenly, his wife and brother seem to care less about him than for each other, and a million-dollar insurance
9.
Black Fox: The Price of Peace (1995) as Alan Johnson
After blaming Britt for his wife's decision to stay with the Native Americans who captured her, an abusive husband organizes a party of vigilantes to accompany him into Indian territory.
10.
Village of the Damned (1995) as Alan Chaffee
Something is terribly wrong in the tiny village of Midwich. After an unseen force invades a quiet coastal town, ten women mysteriously find themselves pregnant. Local physician Dr. Alan Chaffee and government scientist Dr. Susan Verner join forces when the women simultaneously give birth... and the
11.
Black Fox: Good Men and Bad (1995) as Alan Johnson
Britt becomes a U.S. marshal and tries to find his brother when the latter sets out on the trail of the man who killed his wife.
12.
Black Fox (1995) as Alan Johnson
Two "blood" brothers -- one a former plantation owner, the other his former slave and childhood friend -- leave California with their families to settle in Texas, where they hope to find a life free from racial tension. Set in the 1860s.<P>After some of the villagers are kidnapped by Native American
13.
Speechless (1994) as Bob Freed
Two sppechwriters for opposite political candidates fall in love.
14.
Larry King: JFK Remembered (1993)
Live special hosted by Larry King. Celebrities and call-in viewers share their recollections of where they were the day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated.
15.
Sea Wolf, The (1993) as Humphrey Van Weyden
A cruel sea captain, Wolf Larsen, and a shipwrecked San Francisco aristocrat whom he plucks from the sea, engage in a battle of wills aboard the doomed vessel "The Ghost."
16.
Morning Glory (1993) as Will Parker
A reclusive widow living on a small Georgia farm in the 1940s marries a gentle ex-con, then must fight to save him when he's accused of murdering the sheriff's girlfriend.
17.
The Remains Of The Day (1993) as Lewis
A proper British butler sacrifices happiness to remain faithful to his position.
18.
Mortal Sins (1992) as Father Thomas Cusack
A priest hears the confession of a serial killer, and then takes on the investigation himself so as not to break his vows.
19.
Noises Off (1992) as Frederick Dallas (& Philip Brent)
British farce about the disintegration of a third-rate theater company on a tour of the provinces.
20.
Nightmare in the Daylight (1992) as Sean Farrell
A woman is stalked by a man who believes she is his missing wife.
21.
Death Dreams (1991) as George Westfield
A woman believes she can communicate with her dead daughter while she seeks to discover the truth about the little girl's death.
22.
Bump in the Night (1991) as Lawrence Muller
A former investigative reporter battles the traumatic effects of alcohol withdrawal while desperately attempting to rescue her kidnapped young son from a child molester.
23.
Rose And The Jackal, The (1990) as Allan Pinkerton
A movie based on two actual Civil War figures. Allan Pinkerton is determined to carry out his responsibilities as head of the Secret Service during the Civil War despite his love for Rose O'Neal Greenhow, a beautiful and aristocratic Southerner who is passing Union information and supplies to the Confederate army.
24.
Things That Go Bump in the Night (1989)
Christine Cromwell is a lawyer from a wealthy background who works as a financial advisor for a major San Francisco investment firm. In this television movie, Christine is forced to act as defense counsel for a woman who was a childhood friend and now stands accused of murdering her wealthy husband.
25.
Switching Channels (1988) as Blaine Bingham
A TV news producer tries to stop his ex-wife from marrying a sporting goods manufacturer, by tempting her with a big story.
26.
Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987) as Superman/Clark Kent
Superman (Christopher Reeve) receives a request to end nuclear proliferation, and the Man of Steel goes into action. He rounds up every nuclear missile in the world and then hurls the collection into the sun for a resounding explosion. But his Clark Kent persona has other problems as The Daily Planet has been bought by unscrupulous David Warfield (Sam Wanamaker) who is only interested in turning the newspaper into a sleazy tabloid. Lacy (Mariel Hemingway), Warfield's sexy daughter, however, has eyes for Kent and gets Lois Lane (Margot Kidder) to fix her up with him.
27.
Street Smart (1987) as Jonathan Fisher
A journalist in desparate need of a hot story, makes one up about a New York street pimp. Subsequently the toast of the town, he learns that his fictional character fits the description of an actual pimp who is accused of murder. The journalist gets pulled into the pimp's world while being pressured
28.
Anna Karenina (1985) as Count Vronsky
This sumptuous 12th filming (not including the multi-part "Masterpiece Theatre" version) of Tolstoy's novel, following a tragic love affair set against the social system of late 19th century Russia, actually marked the TV movie debuts of both Jacqueline Bisset and Christopher Reeve, although a quirk
29.
Aviator, The (1985) as Edgar Anscombe
In 1928 a pilot crash lands in the wilderness and must contend with his irritating female partner while they fend for themselves in a hostile environment.
30.
The Bostonians (1984) as Basil Ransome
A bored lawyer and a suffragette vie for the attentions of a faith healer's charismatic daughter.
31.
Superman III (1983) as Clark Kent/Superman
Superman battles a supercomputer and the evil businessman exploiting it.
32.
Deathtrap (1982) as Clifford Anderson
A blocked playwright plots to kill a beginner and steal his script.
33.
Monsignor (1982) as Father John Flaherty
The vows of an ambitious young American priest are tested during World War II. Not only does Father John Flaherty get involved with the black market to raise money for the Vatican, he also falls in love with a young French nun.
34.
Superman II (1981) as Clark Kent/Kal-El/Superman
On the verge of giving up his powers for love, the man of steel is confronted with three super-criminals.
35.
Somewhere In Time (1980) as Richard Collier
A playwright travels into the past to meet the actress he's obsessed with.
36.
Superman:The Movie (1978) as Clark Kent/Kal-El/Superman
The legendary man of steel fights to save the world and his true love from Lex Luthor's criminal plots.

Writer (feature film)

37.
Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987) as From Story
Superman (Christopher Reeve) receives a request to end nuclear proliferation, and the Man of Steel goes into action. He rounds up every nuclear missile in the world and then hurls the collection into the sun for a resounding explosion. But his Clark Kent persona has other problems as The Daily Planet has been bought by unscrupulous David Warfield (Sam Wanamaker) who is only interested in turning the newspaper into a sleazy tabloid. Lacy (Mariel Hemingway), Warfield's sexy daughter, however, has eyes for Kent and gets Lois Lane (Margot Kidder) to fix her up with him.
38.
Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987) as Screenwriter
Superman (Christopher Reeve) receives a request to end nuclear proliferation, and the Man of Steel goes into action. He rounds up every nuclear missile in the world and then hurls the collection into the sun for a resounding explosion. But his Clark Kent persona has other problems as The Daily Planet has been bought by unscrupulous David Warfield (Sam Wanamaker) who is only interested in turning the newspaper into a sleazy tabloid. Lacy (Mariel Hemingway), Warfield's sexy daughter, however, has eyes for Kent and gets Lois Lane (Margot Kidder) to fix her up with him.

Producer (feature film)

39.
Everyone's Hero (2006)
Set in the 1930s, the story revolves around a father and son and two legendary urban baseball teams.
40.
Rear Window (1998) as Executive Producer
An update of the Cornell Woolrich short story that inspired Alfred Hitchcock's film, "Rear Window" (1954). Jason Kemp, a paralyzed man confined to a wheelchair, believes he has witnessed a murder from his apartment window. Jason's colleague Claudia becomes his partner in trying to solve the mysterio

Cast (special)

41.
57th Annual Tony Awards, The (2003) as Presenter
Live coverage of the 57th annual Tony Awards presentation, saluting the shows and stars of the 2002-2003 Broadway season.
42.
Christopher Reeve: Courageous Steps (2002) as Featuring And Narrated By
First of a possible 3 part series of specials that give inside access to Christopher Reeve's life with paralysis and chonicles his attempted recovery and goal to walk again. The special doesn't just look at the medical process involved in his recovery but follows his family life, his political activ
43.
Bionic Body, The (2001)
Examines the re-engineering of the human body, including recent advances in nerve regeneration to treat spinal cord injuries. The program looks at artificial nerve stimulation on paralysis victims using implanted electrodes and implanting silicone chips in retinas. Also, host Alan Alda speaks with C
44.
Margot Kidder (2001) as Interviewee
Profile of actress Margot Kidder.
45.
Intimate Portrait: Margot Kidder (1999) as Interviewee
Profile of the life and career of actress Margot Kidder, who played "Lois Lane" opposite Christopher Reeve in the "Superman" series of theatrical films and whose breakdown made national headlines in 1996.
46.
Hometown Heroes (1998) as Interviewee
An annual one-hour television special recognizing individuals doing heroic things for kids in our hometowns.
47.
Intimate Portrait: Jane Seymour (1998) as Interviewee
Profile of actress Jane Seymour. Includes comments by the actress and her husband James Keach.
48.
Christopher Reeve: A Celebration of Hope (1998)
Variety special to benefit the Christopher Reeve Foundation.
49.
Banned in America: The Stars Speak Out (1997)
Special featuring excerpts from Creative Coalition's tribute "Seconding the First," honoring the First Amendment and America's constitutionally provided freedom of speech. Includes a variety of onstage performances and one-on-one interviews with the stars on the importance of the First Amendment and
50.
What Are You Staring At? (1997)
Special addressing attitudes toward the physically disabled. Disabled young people discuss how they see themselves and how they want to be treated.
51.
Without Pity: A Film About Abilities (1996) as Narration
Case studies of men, women and children coping with a variety of disabilities, from cerebral palsy to blindness to spinal-cord paralysis.
52.
Wendy's Ski Family Challenge (1995)
Highlights of the finals of the Wendy's Ski Family Challenge Championship, a family skiing competition to benefit adoption.
53.
In the Wild (1995) as ("Gray Whales With Christopher Reeve")
Robin Williams, Debra Winger and Christopher Reeve travel into the untamed natural world to encounter the animals of their choice -- dolphins, giant pandas and gray whales.
54.
Barbara Walters Presents The 10 Most Fascinating People of 1995 (1995) as Interviewee
Barbara Walters spotlights 10 celebrities who made a particular impact on the year 1995.
55.
Earth and the American Dream (1993) as Voice
A documentary chronicling how the pursuit of the American Dream has changed the environment. Makes use of first-person accounts of writers, politicians, historians, business people, Native Americans and other citizens. Combines archival footage and original photography.
56.
November 22, 1993: Where Were You? A Larry King Special Live From Washington (1993)
Live special hosted by Larry King. Celebrities and call-in viewers share their recollections of where they were the day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated.
57.
1993: A Year at the Movies (1993)
Celebrities join film critic Jeffrey Lyons to share their favorite films of 1993.
58.
Mending Hearts (1992) as Narration
A documentary covering two years in the lives of four Atlantans with AIDS.
59.
Last Ferry Home, The (1992) as Bill Turner
A New York architect visits his parents in Martha's Vineyard after his father has a heart attack.
60.
13th Annual ACE Awards, The (1992)
Live broadcast of the thirteenth annual Ace Awards ceremony honoring excellence in cable television.
61.
In a New Light (1992)
An information and entertainment special focusing on the fight against AIDS.
62.
What's Cookin'? (1992)
A rundown diner becomes a huge success when an employee introduces a tasty new recipe to the menu.
63.
Mending Hearts (1992) as Host
A documentary covering two years in the lives of four Atlantans with AIDS.
64.
Story of Anna Akhmatova, The (1991) as Narration
A documentary chroncling the life and career of Russian poet Anna Akhmatova.
65.
Earthday Birthday, The (1990) as Voice
An animated special broadcast as part of the worldwide observance of Earth Day 1990. An animated cast of baby dinosaurs (Zwibble Dibbles), magical fairies and forest animals encourage children to take an active role in the fight to save the planet from pollution.
66.
Black Tide (1990) as Narration
A documentary presenting an examination of the Exxon Valdez oil spill of March 24, 1989 in Alaska, the most extensive oil spill in American history. Also scrutinizes the environmental hazards posed by the oil transportation industry.
67.
1990 Ace Awards-11th Annual (1990) as Presenter
Live presentation of the eleventh annual ACE Awards, honoring the best in made-for-cable programming. Sponsored by the National Academy of Cable Programming.
68.
American Tribute to Vaclav Havel and a Celebration of Democracy in Czechoslovakia (1990)
A tribute in honor of author/playwright Vaclav Havel's first visit to the United States as president of Czechoslovakia.
69.
Night of 100 Stars III (1990)
A celebrity benefit for The Actors' Fund of America, featuring music, songs, dance and comedy. Features nearly 175 stars of stage, screen, sports, and fashion.
70.
44th Annual Tony Awards, The (1990)
A live presentation of the 1990 Antoinette Perry (or "Tony") Awards honoring outstanding achievement in the Broadway theater.
71.
16th Annual People's Choice Awards, The (1990)
A live presentation of the sixteenth annual "People's Choice Awards" honoring America's favorite entertainers, in which the public determines the winners by a special Gallup Poll.
72.
World's Greatest Stunts, The (1990) as Host
A special depicting Hollywood stuntpersons performing stunts from more than 40 movies, including "Lethal Weapon," "First Blood" and the James Bond movies.
73.
Valvoline National Driving Test, The (1989) as Host
A special that utilizes state-of-the-art camera technology to place viewers in the driver's seat while testing their knowledge of traffic rules and car safety.
74.
Our Common Future (1989)
A five-hour, live global telecast, featuring international celebrities and dignitaries, intended to create awareness of environmental issues and to urge universal cooperation in solving ecological problems. Broadcast primarily from Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center, in New York City, the telecast wa
75.
Superman's 50th Anniversary: A Celebration of the Man of Steel (1988)
A special which pays tribute to Superman, one of the greatest pop culture heroes of all time. The special interweaves memorable moments from Superman's early television series, cartoons and films highlighting his super powers, secret identity, acts of heroism, and personal life. Also included are co
76.
World's Greatest Stunts: A Tribute to Hollywood's Stuntmen, The (1988) as Host
A follow-up special to ABC's 1987 "The Ultimate Stuntman: A Tribute to Dar Robinson." The program includes clips of great stunts, interviews with celebrities, and profiles of legendary stuntpeople. All proceeds from the special are donated to the Dar Robinson Memorial Stunt Foundation.
77.
Future Flight (1987) as Host
A documentary that salutes the ten greatest air and space adventures of the coming century. Using state-of-the-art special effects and historic footage, the program shows how today's science fiction can become tomorrow's science fact.
78.
Dinosaur! (1985) as Narration
The special examines the lives of dinosaurs of all shapes and sizes. Employing "stop motion" animation, the prehistoric environment of dinosaurs is recreated, and speculation on why they became extinct is offered by scientists.
79.
Juilliard School at 80, The (1985) as Host
Originating live from the Juilliard Theater and the Juilliard Drama Theater, the telecast celebrates the conservatory's eightieth anniversary. The program includes drama, dance, and musical excerpts.
80.
Dinosaur! (1985) as Host
The special examines the lives of dinosaurs of all shapes and sizes. Employing "stop motion" animation, the prehistoric environment of dinosaurs is recreated, and speculation on why they became extinct is offered by scientists.
81.
Celebrity Daredevils (1983) as Guest
Well-known celebrities risk their lives by performing dangerous stunts.
82.
I Love Liberty (1982)
A program of music, comedy skits, and dramatic vignettes that salutes America.

Producer (special)

83.
Christopher Reeve: A Celebration of Hope (1998) as Executive Producer
Variety special to benefit the Christopher Reeve Foundation.

Director (TV Mini-Series)

84.
Brooke Ellison Story, The (2004) as Director

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

85.

Producer (TV Mini-Series)

86.
Brooke Ellison Story, The (2004) as Executive Producer

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

87.
Great Escape II, The: Untold Story (1988) as Major John Dodge
A two-part miniseries, which continues the WW II story detailed in the 1963 theatrical release, "The Great Escape." The project is based on the final section of the novel "The Great Escape" (not included in the film), which involves the trackdown and roundup that took place after the war, of the Ge

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