Co-starred with Walter Brennan in "To Rome with Love" on CBS
First appeared on Broadway as Private Cootes in "Vickie"
Had a supporting role in the film adaptation of "In Cold Blood," which is based on Truman Capote's book of the same name
Originated the role of Captain Frisby in "The Teahouse of the August Moon" on Broadway
Replaced Arthur Kennedy on Broadway in the role of Chris Keller in Arthur Miller's "All My Sons"
Served as narrator on the syndicated nature series, "The World of Survival"
Worked as baseball announcer at Ebbets Field for the Brooklyn Dodgers
Briefly returned to the stage during the pre-Braodway run of "Sacrilege"; withdrew from the show for personal reasons
Executive produced the ABC TV-movie "On Fire"
First significant film role, "Destination Tokyo"
Made feature acting debut as Soldier in "Northern Pursuit"
Made his debut as a series regular in "Bachelor Father" as Bentley Gregg, a playboy lawyer who becomes the guardian to his niece; first aired on CBS but moved to NBC the following season and to ABC in the fall of 1961
Once again voiced Charlie for the sequel "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle"
Reprised his role as Charlie for the film version of "Charlie's Angels"
Returned to series television to star in Norman Lear's "The Powers That Be" for NBC
Starred in Alfred Hitchcock's "Topaz"
Appeared with Dynasty co-stars for the ABC reunion special "Dynasty Reunion: Catfights & Caviar"
Made stage debut in "Dick Whittington and his Cat" in Chappaqua, NY
Replaced Henry Fonda in a national touring production of "Mister Roberts"
Appeared as a judge with a kinky sex life in Norman Jewison's courtroom drama "...And Justice for All"
Appeared in a recurring role as Blake Carrington in the short-lived spin-off series "The Colbys" (ABC)
Directed "Mister Roberts" at the City Center Theatre in New York City
First collaboration with Aaron Spelling, playing the role of a mysterious unseen millionaire and private investigator Charles Townsend in "Charlie's Angels" (ABC)
Made producing debut with "The First Hundred Years" for "Vacation Playhouse"
Played the male lead in Alfred Hitchcock's "The Trouble with Harry"
Returned to features with "Kitten with a Whip"
Returned to television with the short lived "The John Forsythe Show" on NBC
Selected as a last minute replacement for George Peppard in the role of patriarch Blake Carrington in Aaron Spelling's prime time drama "Dynasty" (ABC); earned Golden Globe (1982, 1985, 1986, 1987) and Emmy (1982, 1983, 1984) nominations for Best Actor in a Drama Series