DeVito and Perlman received grant from American Film Institute to write and produce a second short film "Minestrone"; shown at the Cannes Film Festival
Directed and starred in "Death to Smoochy"
Helmed the romantic comedy "The Duplex," co-starring Ben Stiller and Drew Barrymore
Played a leading role in the screen comedy "What's the Worst That Could Happen?"
Played one of Kristen Bell's suitors in the comedy "When in Rome"
Teamed with Bette Midler for "Drowning Mona"; also served as one of the executive producers
Cast in Jake Paltrow's directorial debut "The Good Night"
Co-founded production company Jersey Films with wife Rhea Perlman
Made his Off-Broadway debut in the leading role of one of three one-act plays jointly titled "The Man With the Flower in His Mouth"
Starred opposite wife Rhea Perlman on the second season premiere of the NBC anthology series "Amazing Stories"; also directed the episode
Cast alongside Kevin Spacey and Peter Facinelli in the drama "The Big Kahuna"
Co-starred in Mark Rydell's "Even Money," a series of intertwining stories on how gambling and drugs destroy people's lives
Co-starred in the Woody Allen comedy "Anything Else"
First executive producing credit on a feature, "8 Seconds"
First feature producing credit, "Hoffa"; also directed and co-starred
Had rare romantic role opposite Holly Hunter in the comedy-drama "Living Out Loud"
Produced the Ben Stiller directed film, "Reality Bites"
Re-teamed with Michael Douglas for "John Grisham's The Rainmaker"
Served as an executive producer on the CBS drama series, "Kate Brasher," co-starring his wife Perlman
Had a supporting role in the Italian-French co-production "La mortadella," starring Sophia Loren
Served as executive producer of Comedy Central's "Reno 911"
Supplied the voice of Rocks for the feature "Look Who's Talking Now"
Voiced the part of Herb Powell, Homer Simpson's long-lost half-brother, on several episodes of "The Simpsons" (Fox)
Voiced the title character in animated feature "Dr. Seuss' The Lorax"
Co-starred in ensemble dramedy "Wiener-Dog"
Lent his voice to animated feature "Smallfoot"
Co-starred with Leslie Mann and Robert De Niro in "The Comedian"
Met Michael Douglas while studying at the AADA and working at the Eugene O'Neill Foundation
Produced the box-office hit "Erin Brockovich," starring Julia Roberts; earned an Academy Award nomination for Best Picture
Produced, directed, and acted in the film adaptation of Roald Dahl's "Matilda"; also co-starred with Perlman
Gave a memorable turn as the Penguin in Tim Burton's "Batman Returns"
Returned to series TV after joining the cast of the FX comedy "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" in its second season
Portrayed a smarmy tabloid columnist in Curtis Hanson's "L.A. Confidential"
Re-teamed with Douglas and Turner for "Romancing the Stone" sequel "The Jewel of the Nile"
Teamed with Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner in "Romancing the Stone"
Co-wrote and produced (with Rhea Perlman) his first short film, "The Sound Sleeper"
Made his feature directing debut with "Throw Momma from the Train"; also co-starred
Made his feature film debut in "Dreams of Glass"
Made his TV debut as Louie De Palma, the dispatcher for the fictional Sunshine Cab Company on the hit show "Taxi" (ABC, 1978-82; NBC, 1982-83)
Served as executive producer for Quentin Tarantino's smash hit "Pulp Fiction"
Appeared in the off-Broadway production of "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"
Guest starred as a stripper on an episode of "Friends" (NBC); received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy series
Had a small but memorable role opposite Shirley MacLaine in James L. Brooks' "Terms of Endearment"
Made his directing debut with episodes of "Taxi"
Played ringmaster Amos Calloway in Tim Burton's "Big Fish"
Reprised the role of Martini for the Milos Forman's feature adaptation of "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"; Michael Douglas produced
Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame