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Born: June 4, 1936 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Winnetka, Illinois, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1966:
Co-starred with Peter Fonda and then wife Diane Ladd in "The Wild Angels"
1979:
Played Sinclair Lewis opposite Lois Nettleton in the Broadway production of "Strangers"
1985:
Co-starred in the CBS miniseries, "Space"
1987:
Appeared opposite Matt Dillon in "The Big Town"
1992:
Played John Gillon, a business man who owns most of a boxing town, in "Diggstown"
1995:
Starred with former wife Diane Ladd in "Mrs. Munck"; Ladd also wrote and directed the film
1996:
Apeared in the comedy "Down Periscope"
1996:
Played Sheriff Ed Galt in the drama "Last Man Standing" with Bruce Willis
1998:
Voiced Link Static in the animated movie, "Small Soldiers"
2001:
Appeared with Leelee Sobieski and Diane Lane in "The Glass House"
2005:
Starred with Troy Garity and Randy Quaid in "Milwaukee, Minnesota"
2013:
Starred in Alexander Payne's "Nebraska"
2013:
Won the Cannes Film Festival's Best Actor Award for his role in "Nebraska"
2017:
Starred as Davenport Lear in Shakespeare adaptation "The Lears"

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