Played a recurring character in "Bracken's World" (NBC)
First starring role in "Daughters of Satan"
Made Broadway debut starring in the stage revival of "A Thousand Clowns"
Picked out of a TV studio audience to be a contestant on "The Dating Game"
Had a small role as a publisher in Russ Meyer's "The Seven Minutes," based on Irving Wallace's novel about a pornography trial
Portrayed small-town Police Chief Jesse Stone in the CBS movie "Sea Change"; earned an Emmy nomination for Best Actor in a Miniseries or Movie
Starred opposite Felicity Huffman and William H. Macy in Scott Turow's crime thriller "Reversible Errors" (CBS)
Won a basketball scholarship to USC
Acted alongside Ashton Kutcher and Katherine Heigl in the action-comedy "Killers"
Appeared in the first of over 50 TV commercials beginning with a Pepsi ad in which he played a basketball player
Co-exective produced and starred in "Louis L'Amour's Crossfire Trail" (TNT)
Co-starred in his miniseries debut "The Sacketts" (NBC)
Co-starred in the busted detective show pilot "Boston and Kilbride"
Formed his own production company T.W.S. Productions
Seen in a Pepsi ad by Mae West, who him hired to play a stud in "Myra Breckinbridge," his feature acting debut
Signed seven-year contract with 20th Century-Fox after leaving college
Played the recurring role of Dr. Richard Burke, Monica's (Courteney Cox) love interest on the popular sitcom "Friends" (NBC)
Joined the cast of NBC's "Las Vegas" as a billionaire who becomes the new owner of the Montecito Resort & Casino
Appeared on two episodes of "The Rockford Files" (NBC) as Lance White, "the perfect detective"
Moved to Sherman Oaks, CA as a child
Did commercials for Salem cigarettes and Revlon
First starring role in TV-movie, "Returning Home" (ABC)
First story credit, provided story for the "Limbo" episode of "Magnum, P.I."
Guest-starred on several episodes of "Boston Legal" (ABC) as Ivan Tiggs
Portrayed General Dwight D. Eisenhower in the A&E TV movie "Ike: Countdown to D-Day"
Returned to play titular character in the CBS movie "Jesse Stone: No Remorse"
Reprised his role of Police Chief Jesse Stone in the CBS movie "Jesse Stone: Thin Ice"
Returned to series TV as star of the CBS sitcom "The Closer"
Starred as a presidential candidate in the TNT film "Running Mates"
Began working as a model in college
Executive produced a series of "B.L. Stryker" detective movies for ABC
First TV-movie, "The Movie Murderer" (NBC)
Garnered critical praise for his performance as an openly gay TV reporter in the comedy film "In & Out"
Made occasional appearances on the daytime soap "The Young and the Restless" (CBS) as Jed Andrews
Played the title character, a Vietnam vet-turned-Hawaiian private eye, on the popular CBS series "Magnum, P.I."; executive produced the final two seasons
Played an acrophobic police detective in "Runaway"
Co-stared with Steve Guttenberg and Ted Danson in the comedy hit "Three Men and a Baby"
Played an American cowboy in the Australian Western "Quigley Down Under"
Re-teamed with Guttenberg and Danson for the sequel "Three Men and a Little Lady"
Co-starred in "The Love Letter" with Kate Capshaw
Cast as NYC police commissioner and family man Chief Frank Reagan on the CBS crime drama series "Blue Bloods"