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|Born:||June 1, 1948||Cause of Death:|
|Birth Place:||Snyder, Texas, USA||Profession:||Cast ...|
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First appeared on screen in "The Goodbye Girl" as one of the actors in the production of "Richard III"
Breakthrough stage role, the Broadway production of "Lone Star"
Cast as the hankie salesman in "Cruising," directed by William Friedkin
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
First feature lead, "Southern Comfort," directed by Walter Hill
Played the title role in the five-part HBO miniseries "Philip Marlowe, Private Eye"
Co-starred in "The Emerald Forest," helmed by John Boorman
Cast as a father searching for his missing daughter in the HBO drama "Into the Homeland"
Starred as master spy John Walker Jr in the CBS miniseries "Family of Spies: The Walker Spy Ring"
Portrayed a former priest turned professional gambler in the USA Network movie "Wild Card"
Appeared in Western drama "Tombstone"
Acted opposite Jessica Lange and Tommy Lee Jones in romantic drama "Blue Sky"
Portrayed Alexander Haig in the biopic "Nixon," directed by Oliver Stone
Co-starred in the CBS miniseries "True Women"
Reteamed with Oliver Stone in "U-Turn"
Landed featured role in the CBS miniseries "Joan of Arc"
Co-starred in "Men of Honor"
Co-starred as a Roman general in "Attila" (USA Network)
Cast as Cy Tolliver in the critically acclaimed HBO series "Deadwood"
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
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)
Appeared as one of the world security council members in blockbuster hit "The Avengers"
Co-starred with Kevin Costner and Bill Paxton in The History Channel miniseries "Hatfields & McCoys"
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