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Born: December 9, 1941 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Hollywood, California, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1948:
Made feature film debut in Lewis Milestone's "No Minor Vices"
1949:
Re-teamed with Milestone for "The Red Pony"
1960:
TV debut in "My Three Sons" (ABC); later in same year appeared in "Sea Hunt" (syndicated) with father Lloyd
1962:
Made several appearances on "The Lloyd Bridges Show" (CBS)
1962:
Debut as series regular on the NBC sitcom "Ensign O'Toole"
1965:
Played a teen who grows to very large proportions in "Village of the Giants"
1966:
Made Broadway debut in William Inge's "Where's Daddy?"
1967:
First adult film role, Larry Peerce's "The Incident"
1969:
Won praise for portraying a naive reporter in "Gaily, Gaily"
1970:
Starred as "The Landlord" in Hal Ashby's directorial debut
1972:
Played an athletic coach in Sidney Lumet's "Child's Play"
1972:
First collaboration with Peter Ustinov in "Hammersmith Is Out"
1973:
TV-movie debut, The Man Without a Country" (ABC)
1974:
Second film with Lumet, "Lovin' Molly," an adaptation of Larry McMurtry's novel <i>Leaving Cheyenne</i>
1974:
Acted in "The Whirlwind" (CBS), playing younger version of father Lloyd's character Benjamin Franklin
1974:
Returned to Broadway stage in Peter Ustinov's "Who's Who in Hell"
1976:
Re-teamed with Peerce for "Two-Minute Warning"
1979:
First feature co-starring father, "The Fifth Musketeer"
1979:
Played Sally Field's husband in the Academy Award nominated film "Norma Rae"
1980:
Cast in the short-lived NBC show "United States"
1981:
Starred in Delbert Mann's "Night Crossing"
1982:
TV-movie directing debut, "The Kid From Nowhere" (NBC); also acted
1983:
Starred opposite Bonnie Bedelia in "Heart Like a Wheel," the biopic of racer Shirley Muldowney
1985:
Acted with father in CBS' "Alice in Wonderland"
1986:
Directed his father, mother Dorothy and son Jordan in ABC's "The Thanksgiving Promise"; also acted and co-produced
1987:
Feature film directing debut, "The Wild Pair"; also acted; father and sons Casey and Dylan had roles
1987:
Had co-starring role in the CBS miniseries "Space"
1988:
Directed (and acted in) second feature, "Seven Hours to Judgment"
1989:
First feature role opposite brother Jeff, "The Fabulous Baker Boys"
1991:
Acted in Diane Keaton's long-format directorial debut, "Wildflower" (Lifetime)
1991:
Won first Emmy Award for playing the title role in "Without Warning: The James Brady Story" (HBO)
1993:
Portrayed Elvis' manager, Colonel Tom Parker in "Elvis and the Colonel: The Untold Story" (NBC)
1993:
Garnered an Emmy for his role in "The Positively True Story of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom" (HBO)
1993:
Starred in (and co-executive produced) the CBS series, "Harts of the West"; father appeared in a recurring role
1994:
Directed his father and son Jordan in "Secret Sins of the Father" (NBC); also acted
1995:
Received an Emmy nomination for narrating "5 American Kids ¿ 5 American Handguns" for HBO
1995:
Played former U.S. president Richard Nixon in the TV-movie "Kissinger and Nixon" (TNT); garnered an Emmy nomination
1995:
Acted with his father and son Dylan in the two-hour pilot episode of Showtime's "The Outer Limits"; received an Emmy nomination
1996:
Portrayed a laid-off factory worker in Showtime's "Hidden in America"; executive produced by brother Jeff; received an Emmy nomination
1996:
Acted with sons Jordan and Dylan in "A Stranger to Love" (CBS)
1996:
Portrayed a husband whose wife falls for another woman in Kevin Bacon's directorial debut "Losing Chase"
1996:
Had small role as a young football player's father in the blockbuster "Jerry Maguire"
1997:
Won third Emmy for his work as the Idaho governor who closed his state off to immigration in HBO's "The Second Civil War"
1997:
Collaborated with director Andy Wolk on the Showtime movie, "The Defenders"; aired in three parts titled "Payback," "Choice of Evils" and "Taking the First"
1998:
Final appearance with father, "Meeting Daddy"; Peter Gould's directorial debut
1999:
Portrayed E.K. Hornbeck in the Showtime movie "Inherit the Wind"; earned an Emmy nomination
1999:
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
2002:
Cast as the head of the CIA in the CBS drama series "The Agency"
2002:
Cast as Michael Mulvaney in the Lifetime drama "We Were The Mulvaneys"
2004:
Starred as the President of the United States in the NBC movie "10.5"
2005:
Starred opposite Daniel Day-Lewis in "The Ballad of Jack and Rose"
2005:
Played the recurring role of Major General Hank Landry in the Sci-Fi Channel's "Stargate: Atlantis" and "Stargate SG-1"
2005:
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
2006:
Co-starred in Steven Soderbergh's post WWII drama "The Good German"
2008:
Played Major General Landry in the direct-to-DVD movies "Stargate: The Ark of Truth" and "Stargate: Continuum"
2009:
Earned an Emmy nomination for his guest-starring role on ABC's "Desperate Housewives " as Eli Scruggs, a handyman
2010:
Earned an Emmy nomination for a guest starring-role on TNT's "The Closer"
2010:
Joined ABC's "Brothers & Sisters" in a recurring role as a love interest for Sally Field's character
2011:
Cast opposite George Clooney in Alexander Payne's "The Descendants"
2012:
Appeared opposite Kristen Bell and Bradley Cooper in action comedy "Hit and Run"

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