Film debut, "The Fool Killer", with Anthony Perkins
Served as production assistant on "Patton"
First starring film role, "Butterflies Are Free", opposite Goldie Hawn
Reunited with "Butterflies" director Milton Katselas for "40 Carats"
TV-movie debut in "Killer Bees" (ABC), with Gloria Swanson
Portrayed Ensign Tom Garth as part of star-studded cast of "Midway"
Acted in the critically-acclaimed "Un Taxi Mauve/The Purple Taxi", which won the Golden Palm at Cannes
Starred in NBC movie version of "Black Beauty", the ninth version of Anna Sewell's beloved animal classic
Appeared in CBS movie "Silent Victory: The Kitty O'Neill Story", starring Stockard Channing
Played Nico Tomasis (Anthony Quinn's son) in feature "The Greek Tycoon", a thinly veiled fiction about the romance and marriage of Aristotle Onassis and Jacqueline Kennedy
Cast as one of five Harvard roomates who are the subjects of the NBC miniseries "The Last Convertible"
Portrayed Phil Wharton in syndicated miniseries "Blood Feud" (directed by Mike Newell), depicting the battles between Teamster boss Jimmy Hoffa and Robert Kennedy
Starred on NBC series, "The Yellow Rose"
Had regular role as crazed book publicist Jeff Wainwright in CBS drama "Falcon Crest"
Played recurring role as Elliott Burch on CBS' "Beauty and the Beast"; became regular by final abbreviated season
Worked with father on TV-movie "The Girl From Mars" (The Family Channel)
Starred in "The Ice Runner", filmed in Moscow at the time of the breakup of the Soviet Union
Played Shirley MacLaine's son in "Guarding Tess"
Seen as Captain Gray in Showtime movie "Space Marines"
Feature directorial debut, "Forbidden Planet", a remake of the 1950s classic; also starred
Portrayed manipulative surgeon Bennett Devlin on ABC daytime soap opera "Port Charles", a spin-off of "General Hospital"
Again worked with father in "Illusion Infinity"
Provided voice for The WB's animated sci-fi series "Invasion America", a Steven Spielberg-DreamWorks project
Put acting career aside for several years to care for his ailing father, who died in 2005
Appeared as Mr. Collins in the children's series "Power Rangers Time Force"; credited as Edward Laurence Albert
Co-starred with C. Thomas Howell in "Fighting Words"; film released after his death