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Also Known As: Died:
Born: June 1, 1948 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Snyder, Texas, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1977:
First appeared on screen in "The Goodbye Girl" as one of the actors in the production of "Richard III"
1979:
Breakthrough stage role, the Broadway production of "Lone Star"
1980:
Cast as the hankie salesman in "Cruising," directed by William Friedkin
1980:
Won acclaim for his portrayal of Rev. Jim Jones in the two-part CBS docudrama "Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones"; earned Emmy Award
1981:
First feature lead, "Southern Comfort," directed by Walter Hill
1983:
Played the title role in the five-part HBO miniseries "Philip Marlowe, Private Eye"
1985:
Co-starred in "The Emerald Forest," helmed by John Boorman
1987:
Cast as a father searching for his missing daughter in the HBO drama "Into the Homeland"
1990:
Starred as master spy John Walker Jr in the CBS miniseries "Family of Spies: The Walker Spy Ring"
1992:
Portrayed a former priest turned professional gambler in the USA Network movie "Wild Card"
1993:
Appeared in Western drama "Tombstone"
1994:
Acted opposite Jessica Lange and Tommy Lee Jones in romantic drama "Blue Sky"
1995:
Portrayed Alexander Haig in the biopic "Nixon," directed by Oliver Stone
1997:
Co-starred in the CBS miniseries "True Women"
1997:
Reteamed with Oliver Stone in "U-Turn"
1999:
Landed featured role in the CBS miniseries "Joan of Arc"
2000:
Co-starred in "Men of Honor"
2001:
Co-starred as a Roman general in "Attila" (USA Network)
2004:
Cast as Cy Tolliver in the critically acclaimed HBO series "Deadwood"
2005:
Cast in "Sin City," the feature adaptation of comic book icon Frank Miller's uber-noir series of graphic novels co-directed by Miller and Robert Rodriguez
2007:
Joined the cast of "24" (Fox) in recurring role of Noah Daniels, the vice president to new U.S. President Wayne Palmer (D.B. Woodside)
2012:
Appeared as one of the world security council members in blockbuster hit "The Avengers"
2012:
Co-starred with Kevin Costner and Bill Paxton in The History Channel miniseries "Hatfields & McCoys"

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