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James Brolin

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Born: July 18, 1940 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Los Angeles, California, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1960:
Put under contract by 20th Century Fox
1961:
TV debut, episode of "Bus Stop"
1963:
First film as actor "Take Her, She's Mine"
1966:
First series as regular, "The Monroes"
1967:
First starring role in film, "Capetown Affair"
1969:
Played Dr. Steven Kiley on the ABC medical drama "Marcus Welby, M.D."; earned three Emmy nominations from 1971-1973 and a Golden Globe nomination in 1972 for Best Supporting Actor
1972:
TV-movie debut, "Short Walk to Daylight"
1973:
Starred in the highest-rated TV movie of season "Trapped"
1976:
Starred as Clark Gable in the feature biopic "Gable and Lombard"
1979:
First feature box office success with Brolin in leading role, "The Amityville Horror"
1983:
Cast as Peter McDermott, the manager of "Hotel" on the ABC series
1990:
Hosted reality series "Reunion"
1990:
Made TV miniseries debut in syndicated "Voice of the Heart"
1991:
First network miniseries, "And the Sea Will Tell" (CBS)
1993:
Portrayed Luke Larson on the short-lived CBS series "Angel Falls"
1993:
Executive produced and starred in feature film, "Cheatin' Hearts"
1995:
Returned to series TV as Reese Wheeler on the short-lived ABC series "Extreme"
1996:
Starred in "California" a pilot for a potential spinoff of "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman"
1997:
Hosted Fox series "Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction?"
1997:
Starred in the syndicated series "Pensacola: Wings of Gold"
1998:
Feature directorial debut, "My Brother's War"; released direct-to-video
1998:
Received star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (August 27)
2000:
Had small role in Steven Soderbergh's "Traffic"
2002:
Had a three episode stint on the NBC political series, "The West Wing"
2002:
Played a roguish businessman who interferes with Leonardo DiCaprio's family life in "Catch Me If You Can"
2003:
Played Selma Blair's father in the comedy "It's a Guy Thing"
2003:
Played Ronald Reagan in the television movie "The Reagans"; the movie stirred up a lot of controversy and was moved from CBS to Showtime; received Golden Globe and Emmy nominations for Best Actor in a Miniseries
2006:
Played the Governor of Maine, who in order to get re-elected, opposes the legalization of gay marriage, in the A&E movie, "Wedding Wars"

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