Appeared as Jessica Biel's father in the Freddie Prinze Jr romance "Summer Catch"
Earned an Emmy nomination for his guest stint on "Touched By an Angel"
Played a child molester in realistic prison drama, "Short Eyes"
Played recurring role on "The Practice" (ABC)
Portrayed Captain Wyler on the NBC TV series "Hunter"
Portrayed Reverend Paris in the film adaptation of Arthur Miller's "The Crucible"
Starred in the controversial Showtime movie "The Color of Justice"
Starred on Broadway in "The Elephant Man"; succeeded original star Philip Anglim in the role of John Merrick
Appeared in the NBC miniseries "Poor Little Rich Girl: The Barbara Hutton Story"
Caught the acting bug while studying art at Penn State University
Guest starred as an arrogant plastic surgeon in the season premiere of "Chicago Hope" (CBS)
Had leading role on TV in "V: The Series" (NBC)
Returned to the New York stage playing a man who commits incest with his niece in the Off-Broadway play "How I Learned to Drive"
Starred as George Henderson in the syndicated comedy series "Harry and the Hendersons"; directed a number of episodes
Starred in the Dogma 95 production of "The King Is Alive", a drama about passengers who stage "King Lear" after their bus breaks down in the desert; premiered at Cannes
Appeared as the grown-up Patrick in Lucille Ball's last film of "Mame"
Cast as Dr. "Steg" Stegman, the arrogant chief of staff in Stephen King's medical drama "Kingdom Hospital"
Co-starred in "Breach," a thriller about FBI traitor Robert Hanssen played by Chris Cooper
Made TV acting debut in an episode of the ABC series "Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law"
Played Felix, the journalist who succumbs to AIDS, in the L.A. premiere of Larry Kramer's play "The Normal Heart"
Played Tom, the authorial stand-in, in a Broadway revival of "The Glass Menagerie" with Jessica Tandy
Portrayed yet another parent to a teen, this time a troubled young woman played by Kirsten Dunst in "crazy/beautiful"
Acted in four films, including Robert Altman's "Short Cuts" and Fred Schepisi's "Six Degrees of Separation"
Broadway debut, Lincoln Center Repertory production of "Tiger at the Gates"
Feature acting debut, "Last Summer"
Featured in episode of "Love, American Style"
First leading role; played a rat-loving social misfit in "Willard"
Had a recurring role on the CBS drama series, "Close to Home"
Had small role in "Close Encounters of the Third Kind"
Made directorial debut with the Showtime original "Off Season"; also starred
Played the father of a troubled teen in the film adaptation of the Stephen King novella "Apt Pupil", directed by Bryan Singer
Received Best Supporting Actor Oscar nomination for his portrayal of a gay man caring for his dying lover in "Longtime Companion"
Reunited with Singer for the big-screen version of the comic-book adventure "X-Men"; played Senator Kelly, a politician who believed mutants should not be treated like people