Broadway debut as Eugene Jerome in Neil Simon's "Brighton Beach Memoirs" (replaced Matthew Broderick); also led play's first national tour
Feature film debut in "Girls Just Want to Have Fun"
First TV-movie, "Challenge of a Lifetime"
Recreated role of Eugene Jerome onstage in Simon's "Biloxi Blues" (again replaced Matthew Broderick)
Played recurring role of Jonathan Maxwell on the NBC-TV sitcom, "Gimme a Break"
Reprised role of Eugene Jerome on Broadway in Simon's "Broadway Bound"
First leading role in the feature adaptation of "Brighton Beach Memoirs"
Co-starred in the low-brow comedy "Weekend at Bernie's", a surprise box-office hit
Played Stan Jerome, Eugene's older brother, in a TV adaptation of "Neil Simon's 'Broadway Bound'" (ABC)
Reprised role in the unneccessary sequel "Weekend at Bernie's II"
Starred in NBC-TV comedy series "The Single Guy" (also served as program consultant)
Supported Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau in "The Odd Couple II", penned by Neil Simon
Teamed with Louis Gossett Jr in the Showtime movie "The Inspectors"
Co-starred in the independent film "Just a Little Harmless Sex"
Had supporting role in "Freak City"; aired on Showtime
With Gossett, reprised roles in the sequel "Inspectors 2: A Shred of Evidence" (Showtime)
Acted in the L.A. premiere of Warren Leight's play "Glimmer, Glimmer and Shine"
Co-starred in the ABC movie "These Old Broads"
Appeared in the Showtime movie "Deacons for Defense"
Co-starred in ABC's David E. Kelley pilot "The DeMarco Affairs"
Cast in Jason Ruscio's existential drama, "Laura Smiles"