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|Birth Place:||Hollywood, California, USA||Profession:||Cast ...|
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Made feature film debut in Lewis Milestone's "No Minor Vices"
Re-teamed with Milestone for "The Red Pony"
TV debut in "My Three Sons" (ABC); later in same year appeared in "Sea Hunt" (syndicated) with father Lloyd
Made several appearances on "The Lloyd Bridges Show" (CBS)
Debut as series regular on the NBC sitcom "Ensign O'Toole"
Played a teen who grows to very large proportions in "Village of the Giants"
Made Broadway debut in William Inge's "Where's Daddy?"
First adult film role, Larry Peerce's "The Incident"
Won praise for portraying a naive reporter in "Gaily, Gaily"
Starred as "The Landlord" in Hal Ashby's directorial debut
Played an athletic coach in Sidney Lumet's "Child's Play"
First collaboration with Peter Ustinov in "Hammersmith Is Out"
TV-movie debut, The Man Without a Country" (ABC)
Second film with Lumet, "Lovin' Molly," an adaptation of Larry McMurtry's novel <i>Leaving Cheyenne</i>
Acted in "The Whirlwind" (CBS), playing younger version of father Lloyd's character Benjamin Franklin
Returned to Broadway stage in Peter Ustinov's "Who's Who in Hell"
Re-teamed with Peerce for "Two-Minute Warning"
First feature co-starring father, "The Fifth Musketeer"
Played Sally Field's husband in the Academy Award nominated film "Norma Rae"
Cast in the short-lived NBC show "United States"
Starred in Delbert Mann's "Night Crossing"
TV-movie directing debut, "The Kid From Nowhere" (NBC); also acted
Starred opposite Bonnie Bedelia in "Heart Like a Wheel," the biopic of racer Shirley Muldowney
Acted with father in CBS' "Alice in Wonderland"
Directed his father, mother Dorothy and son Jordan in ABC's "The Thanksgiving Promise"; also acted and co-produced
Feature film directing debut, "The Wild Pair"; also acted; father and sons Casey and Dylan had roles
Had co-starring role in the CBS miniseries "Space"
Directed (and acted in) second feature, "Seven Hours to Judgment"
First feature role opposite brother Jeff, "The Fabulous Baker Boys"
Acted in Diane Keaton's long-format directorial debut, "Wildflower" (Lifetime)
Won first Emmy Award for playing the title role in "Without Warning: The James Brady Story" (HBO)
Portrayed Elvis' manager, Colonel Tom Parker in "Elvis and the Colonel: The Untold Story" (NBC)
Garnered an Emmy for his role in "The Positively True Story of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom" (HBO)
Starred in (and co-executive produced) the CBS series, "Harts of the West"; father appeared in a recurring role
Directed his father and son Jordan in "Secret Sins of the Father" (NBC); also acted
Received an Emmy nomination for narrating "5 American Kids ¿ 5 American Handguns" for HBO
Played former U.S. president Richard Nixon in the TV-movie "Kissinger and Nixon" (TNT); garnered an Emmy nomination
Acted with his father and son Dylan in the two-hour pilot episode of Showtime's "The Outer Limits"; received an Emmy nomination
Portrayed a laid-off factory worker in Showtime's "Hidden in America"; executive produced by brother Jeff; received an Emmy nomination
Acted with sons Jordan and Dylan in "A Stranger to Love" (CBS)
Portrayed a husband whose wife falls for another woman in Kevin Bacon's directorial debut "Losing Chase"
Had small role as a young football player's father in the blockbuster "Jerry Maguire"
Won third Emmy for his work as the Idaho governor who closed his state off to immigration in HBO's "The Second Civil War"
Collaborated with director Andy Wolk on the Showtime movie, "The Defenders"; aired in three parts titled "Payback," "Choice of Evils" and "Taking the First"
Final appearance with father, "Meeting Daddy"; Peter Gould's directorial debut
Portrayed E.K. Hornbeck in the Showtime movie "Inherit the Wind"; earned an Emmy nomination
Played the title role in the A&E original miniseries, "P.T. Barnum"; son Jordan played a young version of the title character; earned an Emmy nomination
Cast as the head of the CIA in the CBS drama series "The Agency"
Cast as Michael Mulvaney in the Lifetime drama "We Were The Mulvaneys"
Starred as the President of the United States in the NBC movie "10.5"
Starred opposite Daniel Day-Lewis in "The Ballad of Jack and Rose"
Played the recurring role of Major General Hank Landry in the Sci-Fi Channel's "Stargate: Atlantis" and "Stargate SG-1"
Landed a recurring role as the title character's father on NBC's "My Name is Earl"; received an Emmy Award nomination in 2007 for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series
Co-starred in Steven Soderbergh's post WWII drama "The Good German"
Played Major General Landry in the direct-to-DVD movies "Stargate: The Ark of Truth" and "Stargate: Continuum"
Earned an Emmy nomination for his guest-starring role on ABC's "Desperate Housewives " as Eli Scruggs, a handyman
Earned an Emmy nomination for a guest starring-role on TNT's "The Closer"
Joined ABC's "Brothers & Sisters" in a recurring role as a love interest for Sally Field's character
Cast opposite George Clooney in Alexander Payne's "The Descendants"
Appeared opposite Kristen Bell and Bradley Cooper in action comedy "Hit and Run"
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