Played beauty pageant host Stan Fields in Sandra Bullock vehicle "Miss Congeniality"
Cast an undercover agent in Western-themed secret agent series "Barbary Coast" (ABC)
Made Hollywood feature debut in "The Brothers Karamazov," starring Yul Brynner
Made movie debut in Canadian film "The Butler's Night Off"
Reprised role of attorney Denny Crane on "The Practice" spin-off "Boston Legal" (ABC); earned SAG (2006, 2009) and Emmy (2006, 2007, 2008) nominations for Best Actor in a Comedy Series; also earned Golden Globe (2008) and Emmy (2009) nominations for Best Supporting Actor
Reprised role of Stan Fields in "Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous"
Made TV series debut on critically acclaimed CBS drama "For the People"; show lasted only 13 episodes
TV series producing debut, "TekWar" and "TekLords" (USA Network); also played recurring role and occasionally directed
Appeared as himself in comedy "Showtime," starring Robert De Niro and Eddie Murphy
Began acting career in radio with Canadian Broadcasting Company (CBC)
Co-hosted (with Leonard Nimoy) "The Star Trek 25th Anniversary Special" for syndication
Co-wrote memoir <i>Star Trek Memories</i>
Directed Los Angeles production of "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof"; starred his then wife Marcy Lafferty
Joined final season of ABC's legal drama "The Practice" as Denny Crane, an eccentric senior law partner
Made Broadway debut in Sir Tyrone Guthrie's production of "Tamburlaine the Great"
Made feature directorial debut with "Star Trek V: The Final Frontier"
Portrayed American revolutionary Paul Revere in syndicated miniseries "The Bastard"
Spoofed his image, playing himself in feature comedy "Free Enterprise"
Voiced Ozzie, a dramatic possum in animated comedy "Over the Hedge"
Appeared with Ralph Bellamy as a father and son legal team on "The Defender" episode of "Studio One" (CBS)
First cast as Captain James T. Kirk in Gene Roddenberry's popular sci-fi series "Star Trek" (NBC)
Hosted dramatic reenactment series "Rescue 911" (CBS)
Performed at Shakespearean Stratford Festival of Canada in Stratford, Ontario
Returned to series TV, starring as a police officer on "T.J. Hooker" (ABC); aired on CBS for its final season; also directed episodes
Voiced animated character Mayor Phlegmming in "Osmosis Jones"
First leading role in a feature, "The Explosive Generation"
Garnered Emmy nomination for playing the Big Giant Head on an episode of NBC sitcom "3rd Rock From the Sun"
Played minor role of the Dodgeball Chancellor in Ben Stiller comedy "Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story"
Hosted First Annual TekWar Symposium
Narrated syndicated series "This Was America"
First starring role in a sitcom "$#*! My Dad Says" (CBS)
Published first novel <i>TekWar</i>
Reprised role of Captain Kirk for first franchise feature "Star Trek: The Motion Picture"
Published autobiography <i>Up Till Now</i>
Wrote, directed, executive produced, and starred in documentary "The Captains"
Voiced character of villain General Shanker in computer animated feature "Escape from Planet Earth"