Broadway debut as Morris Townsend opposite Jane Alexander in "The Heiress"
Cast as the nefarious Michael Tyrone on the NBC primetime serial "Flamingo Road"
Had featured role in the Off-Broadway production of Sam Shepard's "The Unseen Hand"
Joined cast of the ABC Gothic soap opera "Dark Shadows"
Last film for a decade, "Rich and Famous"
Made guest appearance on "Ally McBeal" (Fox)
Originated the role of a Vietnam veteran in the Off-Broadway premiere of David Rabe's "Sticks and Bones" at the Public Theatre; did not reprise role when it transferred to Broadway
Starred in the L.A. production of Australian playwright David Williamson's "Money and Friends"
Starred in the title role of the syndicated miniseries "King of the Olympics: The Lives and Loves of Avery Brundage"
Worked at the Cleveland Playhouse in productions of "The Tempest" and "The Hostage"
Co-starred in the NBC miniseries "Jackie Collins' 'Lady Boss'"
Co-starred opposite Jill Clayburgh in "The Devil's Disciple" at Stratford, Connecticut
Feature film debut in "Night of Dark Shadows", a horror film loosely inspired by the ABC serial
Had regular role of Xavier Trout on the syndicated series "Soldier of Fortune, Inc./S.O.F.: Special Ops Force"
Played Richard Channing on the CBS primetime soap "Falcon Crest"
Primetime acting debut in an episode of "The Waltons"; portrayed an art teacher attracted to Mrs. Walton (Michael Learned)
Starred opposite Ellen Burtsyn in a Houston production of Eugene O'Neill's "Long Day's Journey Into Night"; repeated role at the Hartford Stage Company in Connecticut in 1999
At age 17, moved to NYC to pursue an acting career; quit after a short time and returned home to West Virginia
Cast as Jeremy Sisto's severe father in "White Squall"
Co-starred in the ABC miniseries "Washington: Behind Closed Doors"
Co-starred in the six-month national tour of "The Impossible Years"
Returned to features as Campbell Scott's father in "Dying Young"
Starred opposite Kelly McGillis on the Washington, DC staging of "Much Ado About Nothing" at the Shakespeare Theatre
Acted in the one-person stage drama "St. Nicholas" at the Hartford Stage (July)
Chosen by Barbra Streisand to be her leading man in "Up the Sandbox!"
Co-starred with Ron Leibman as "The Super Cops"
Debut as playwright, "Lincoln & James", about a civil service worker at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC
Had atypical screen role as a corporate lawyer with kinky sexual tastes in the independent feature "Headless Body in Topless Bar"
Opened Pleasantville Children's Theatre with his wife
Reteamed with Jane Alexander to appear in a Boston production of "Hedda Gabler"
Three years after graduating from college, made decision to be an actor; joined the Barter Theatre in Abingdon, Virginia; played Abraham Lincoln in three different productions