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Born: October 4, 1950 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Passaic, New Jersey, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Born and raised in the Passaic and Clifton areas of New Jersey
1978:
Made Off-Broadway debut in "Prayer for My Daughter" at the New York Shakespeare Festival
1979:
Theatrical film debut in featured role, "The Wanderers"
1983:
Moved to Los Angeles
1985:
TV debut in a miniseries, "Robert Kennedy and His Times" (CBS)
1985:
TV-movie debut, "Kojak: The Belarus File" (CBS)
1987:
Made series TV debut as guest, "Days And Nights Of Molly Dodd" (NBC/Lifetime)
1991:
Co-starred with wife Marg Helgenberger in the PBS presentation "Peacemaker"
1991:
Debut as a regular in a TV drama series, "Civil Wars" (ABC)
1991:
Made Broadway acting debut in "Lost in Yonkers"
1993:
Joined the cast of the TV drama series, "L.A. Law" (NBC) as Eli Levinson
1994:
Offered memorable guest appearance in an episode of "ER" (NBC); received Emmy nomination
1995:
Cast as a regular in the sitcom, "Cybill" (CBS) as one of the title character's ex-husbands
1998:
Appeared opposite wife Marg Helgenberger in the Lifetime movie "Giving Up the Ghost"
1999:
Began recurring appearances as lawyer Stuart Brickman on the CBS drama "Chicago Hope"; promoted to regular in the final season
2001:
Cast as Alvin Masterson on the CBS drama series "The Guardian"
2005:
Voiced the Jack Hammer in the animated feature "Robots"
2005:
Elected the 24th president of Screen Actors Guild (SAG)
2007:
Began hosting a Public Television program, "Life: Part 2" in St. Paul, Minnesota

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