Cast opposite William H. Macy in the TNT special "The Wool Cap" as an elderly tenant
Co-hosted (with Steve Lawrence) the short-lived ABC series "Foul-Ups, Bleeps & Blunders"
Performed with singer Steve Lawrence in several Las Vegas concerts in the early 1980s
Received star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (October 17)
First appearance at NYC's Carnegie Hall
Starred in another short-lived sitcom "Daddy Dearest" (Fox) with comedian Richard Lewis
Starred in his own variety show "The Don Rickles Show" (ABC) with Pat McCormick as his sidekick
Starred in the CBS sitcom "The Don Rickles Show"
Made feature film debut in the submarine drama "Run Silent, Run Deep"
Made his first appearance on "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" (NBC)
Once again voiced the character of Mr. Potato Head for "Toy Story 2"
Performed with Frank Sinatra at Ronald Reagan's Second Inaugural Ball
Played title role on NBC sitcom "C.P.O. Sharkey"
Published memoir <i>Rickles' Book</i>
Received first Emmy for HBO documentary "Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles Project," directed by John Landis
Reprised the voice of Mr. Potato Head in the animated feature "Toy Story 3"
Appeared in the popular "Beach Party" film series with Annette Funicello and Frankie Avalon in the 1960s
Lent his voice to the character of Mr. Potato Head in the Pixar film "Toy Story"
Made frequent appearances on "The Dean Martin Show" (NBC) and became a fixture on Martin's roast specials
Returned to features as Robert De Niro's trusted colleague in Martin Scorsese's "Casino"
Had a notable role as the con man Sgt. Crapgame in the hit film "Kelly's Heroes"
Received critical praise for his dramatic role in John Landis' "Innocent Blood"
Released the live comedy album <i>Hello, Dummy!</i>
Played small supporting role on TV series "Hot in Cleveland"
Reprised Mr. Potato Head voice on several Toy Story shorts including "Hawaiian Vacation," "Partysaurus Rex," "Toy Story of Terror," and "Toy Story That Time Forgot"
Recorded his final go as Mr. Potato Head for the not-yet-released "Toy Story 4"