Broadway debut in "Something About a Soldier"
Had role in the national touring company of Neil Simon's "Come Blow Your Horn"
Cast as newlywed Paul Bratter in "Barefoot in the Park", first of three Broadway projects by Neil Simon; role originated by Robert Redford
Played regular featured role on the daytime drama "The Edge of Night"
Film acting debut in bit role in "Beach Girls and the Monster"
First association with Woody Allen, playing Axel Magee in "Don't Drink the Water" on Broadway
Received first Tony nomination for his leading role in the musical "How Now, Dow Jones"
Portrayed Dick Christie in Allen's "Play It Again, Sam" on Broadway; earned second Tony nomination as Best Featured Actor in a Play
London stage debut as Chuck Baxter in the musical "Promises, Promises" (book by Neil Simon); won London Critcs Poll Award as Best Actor in a Musical
First major feature role, "$1,000,000 Duck"
Starred opposite Sandy Duncan in the film version of Neil Simon's "The Star Spangled Girl"
Reprised role in "Promises, Promises" in Broadway production; role originated by Jerry Orbach
Appeared on Broadway in "Sugar", a musical based on the Billy Wilder classic "Some Like It Hot"; played role originated by Tony Curtis in the film
First acted alongside Woody Allen in "Play It Again, Sam"; reprised stage role
Played Bob Blair in "Serpico"
Appeared in Allen's Oscar-winning "Annie Hall"
Co-starred in the short-lived NBC law drama "Rosetti & Ryan"
Worked with Simon again on Broadway, "They're Playing Our Song"; succeeded Robert Klein
Continued association with Allen as Tony in "Stardust Memories"
Portrayed Dr Maxwell Jordan in Allen's "A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy"
Was regular member of the ensemble cast of "The Four Seasons", a CBS comedy/drama based on the hit film
Co-starred opposite Lucie Arnaz in "The Lucie Arnaz Show" (CBS)
Appeared in fifth Allen movie, "Hannah and Her Sisters"
Acted role of Mortimer Brewster in Broadway revival of "Arsenic and Old Lace"
Cast as 'Silver Dollar' emcee in Allen's "Radio Days"
Starred in the short-lived ABC sitcom "The Thorns", produced by Mike Nichols
Replaced Jason Alexander in the musical "Jerome Robbins' Broadway"
First association with Blake Edwards, the feature "Switch"
Supported Julie Andrews in the ABC TV-movie "Our Sons"
Off-Broadway directing debut, "One of the All-Time Greats" by Charles Grodin
Acted in Off-Broadway production of John Patrick Shanley's "Four Dogs and a Bone"
Starred opposite Julie Andrews in the Broadway production of "Victor/Victoria"; also marked second association with director Blake Edwards
Starred as Scrooge in the annual holiday production of "A Christmas Carol" in NYC
Cast in Michael Cuesta's sophomore feature "Twelve and Holding"