Moved to California
Made film acting debut in "Blood and Lace", a low-budget horror film starring Gloria Grahame
Moved to Paris; joined the Living Theater through which he acted in street theater and experimental films
Moved to Italy; cast in "Fellini's Roma"
Moved to New York; made stage debut in "Yentl, the Yeshiva Boy" at the Chelsea Theater Center at the Brooklyn Academy of Music
Made TV acting debut in NBC's "The Oregon Trail"
Breakthrough feature lead, "Breaking Away"
Starred opposite Farrah Fawcett in a Florida production of "Butterflies Are Free"
Gained acclaim for his performance in Los Angeles production of "Balm in Gilead"
Played the role of Leo Hubbard in stage revival of "The Little Foxes" in Florida, Washington DC and ultimately on Broadway opposite Elizabeth Taylor and Maureen Stapleton
Featured in sport drama "Chariots of Fire"
Last starring role in a feature, "Don't Cry, It's Only Thunder", as an American GI opposite Susan Saint James as a doctor in Vietnam
Last role in a big-budget mainstream Hollywood film, "Jake Speed"
TV acting debut, "Christabel", a four-part "Masterpiece Theatre" presentation
Played seedy criminal Leech in the low-budget sci-fi actioner "Circuitry Man"; reprised role for "Plughead Rewired: Circuitry Man II" (1994)
Network TV miniseries debut, "Stephen King's 'IT'" (ABC)
Joined impressive ensemble for Randal Kleiser's AIDS comedy-drama "It's My Party"
TV series debut, recurring role (uncredited voice) as an enigmatic serial killer on NBC's crime drama "Profiler"
Returned to NYC stage in off-Broadway play "Retribution"
Returned to series TV as co-star of Fox drama "FreakyLinks"
Earned good notices as the distant musician father in Pasadena Playhouse production of "Side Man"
Guest starred on HBO's "Deadwood"
Featured opposite Jamie Foxx in "Django Unchained," a Western drama set in Mississippi; film written and directed by Quentin Tarantino