Appeared as Noah in NBC miniseries "Noah's Ark"
Co-starred with Nicolas Cage and Harvey Keitel in "National Treasure"
Garnered praise for his supporting role as a slick lawyer in "John Grisham's 'The Rainmaker'"
Gave solid performance as German journalist on the trail of Nazis in the early 60s, single-handedly elevating the otherwise plodding "The Odessa File"
Reprised role opposite Nicolas Cage in "National Treasure; Book of Secrets"
Returned to Broadway in "That Summer, That Fall"
Wrote and played dual role in direct-to-video release, "Eternity"
Acted with Jennifer Salt (daughter of "Midnight Cowboy" screenwriter Waldo Salt) and Duvall in Paul Williams' "The Revolutionary"
Cast as the coach of the Buffalo Bills in the TNT movie "Second String"
Headlined the Franco Zeffirelli-directed remake of the sentimental "The Champ"
Portrayed an Irish policeman on the trail of notorious Irish thief Martin Cahill in John Boorman's "The General"
Portrayed author-teacher Pat Conroy in the semi-autobiographical "Conrack"
TV directing debut, "The Tin Soldier" on Showtime (also acted); cited at the Berlin Film Festival as Best Children's Film
Co-starred with Nicholas Cage in the Marvel Comics-inspired "Ghost Rider"
Played a US Secretary of State in Michael Bay's live action film, "Transformers"
Starred in "The Five People You Meet in Heaven" (ABC) based on the book by Mitch Albom; received a SAG nomination for Best Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries
Delivered solid performance as an embittered, alcoholic WWII hero reduced to running a gas station in "Desert Bloom"
Produced the feature "Table for Five"; also starred
Was virtually unrecognizable as a wily blind Native American in Oliver Stone's "U-Turn"
Played Jonas Hodges, the villain, in the seventh season of the Fox drama "24"
Cast as Clint Thatcher, a Texas oil tycoon, on the short-lived FOX series "Lone Star"
Appeared in forgettable thriller "Beyond"
Acted with Robert Duvall in Off-Broadway production of Arthur Miller's "A View from the Bridge"; assistant to the director Ulu Grossbard was Dustin Hoffman
Made his Broadway debut playing Rolf Gruber in "The Sound of Music"; appeared opposite first wife Lauri Peters, who played Liesl
Earned Best Actor Oscar as a paraplegic Vietnam veteran in Hal Ashby's "Coming Home"; film reprised "Midnight Cowboy" collaboration of screenwriter Salt and producer Jerry Hellman
Played a "win-at-all-costs" Texas high school football coach in "Varsity Blues"
Portrayed Howard Cosell in the biopic "Ali"; directed by Michael Mann; earned a Best Supporting Oscar nomination
Succeeded Tommy Lee Jones as ex-Texas Ranger Woodrow F. Call in the CBS miniseries sequel "Return to Lonesome Dove"
Made TV-movie debut playing Dr. Robert Gale in TNT's "Chernobyl: The Final Warning"
Co-starred as a thief in Michael Mann's "Heat"
Made feature producing and co-writing debut, "Lookin' to Get Out"; directed by Hal Ashby; also acted; daughter Angelina Jolie Voight made her film acting debut as a child
Portrayed Senator Thomas Jordan in the remake of the 1962 thriller "The Manchurian Candidate"
Portrayed US President Franklin Delano Roosevelt in Michael Bay's "Pearl Harbor"
Scored big as a ruthless National Security Agency official in "Enemy of the State"
Had breakthrough screen role as Joe Buck opposite Hoffman's Ratso Rizzo in John Schlesinger's "Midnight Cowboy"; received Best Actor Academy Award nomination
Cast in the Mike Nichols directed "Catch-22"
Co-starred in John Boorman's "Deliverance"
Guest-starred as himself in an episode of "Seinfield" (NBC)
Made his off-Broadway debut in "O Oysters Revue"
Played the on-screen father of real-life daughter Angelina Jolie in "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider"
Cast as Jim Phelps in the Tom Cruise vehicle "Mission: Impossible"
Earned an Emmy nomination for playing John Paul during his papacy in the CBS miniseries "Pope John Paul II"
Made film debut in "Fearless Frank" (shot in 1964; shown at Cannes in 1967; US release 1969)
Garnered a third Best Actor Academy Award nomination for his slightly over-the-top portrayal of a brutal escaped convict in "Runaway Train"
After a 16-year absense, returned to the stage as Trigorin in the Broadway production "The Sea Gull"
Made stage co-producing debut with "The Hashish Club"
Co-starred in Showtime drama "Ray Donovan"
Joined the Potterverse as magnate Henry Shaw, Sr. in "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them"
Cast alongside Renée Zellweger, Djimon Hounsou, and Greg Kinnear in drama "Same Kind of Different as Me"