Returned to Broadway in "That Summer, That Fall"
Acted with Jennifer Salt (daughter of "Midnight Cowboy" screenwriter Waldo Salt) and Duvall in Paul Williams' "The Revolutionary"
Portrayed author-teacher Pat Conroy in the semi-autobiographical "Conrack"
Gave solid performance as German journalist on the trail of Nazis in the early 60s, single-handedly elevating the otherwise plodding "The Odessa File"
Headlined the Franco Zeffirelli-directed remake of the sentimental "The Champ"
Produced the feature "Table for Five"; also starred
Delivered solid performance as an embittered, alcoholic WWII hero reduced to running a gas station in "Desert Bloom"
Wrote and played dual role in direct-to-video release, "Eternity"
TV directing debut, "The Tin Soldier" on Showtime (also acted); cited at the Berlin Film Festival as Best Children's Film
Was virtually unrecognizable as a wily blind Native American in Oliver Stone's "U-Turn"
Garnered praise for his supporting role as a slick lawyer in "John Grisham's 'The Rainmaker'"
Portrayed an Irish policeman on the trail of notorious Irish thief Martin Cahill in John Boorman's "The General"
Appeared as Noah in NBC miniseries "Noah's Ark"
Cast as the coach of the Buffalo Bills in the TNT movie "Second String"
Co-starred with Nicolas Cage and Harvey Keitel in "National Treasure"
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
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"
Reprised role opposite Nicolas Cage in "National Treasure; Book of Secrets"
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"