Acted opposite Kate Capshaw in HBO film "The Quick and the Dead"
Attended Columbia Pictures Film Workshop in Los Angeles
Cast as a detective keeping tabs on his undercover narcs Jason Patric and Jennifer Jason Leigh in "Rush"
Cast as a grizzled veteran sergeant major in "We Were Soldiers"
Earned critical acclaim for playing the presidential chief of staff opposite Joan Allen in "The Contender"
Executive produced and starred as legendary lawman Bill Tilghman in TNT's "You Know My Name"
First of five TV projects with Ross, CBS miniseries "Murder in Texas"
Played a man who suffered a heart attack and died following a mad, pasionate afternoon of carnality with Kirstie Alley in Carl Reiner's "Sibling Rivalry"
Played villainous Jim Ed Love to Woody Harrelson's heroic Big Boy Matson in Stephen Frears' "The Hi-Lo Country"
TV movie debut, "The Challenge" (ABC)
Appeared as The Stranger in the Coen brothers "The Big Lebowski"
Appeared on episodes of CBS series "Lancer"
Co-starred as the original Marlboro Man in Jason Reitman's satirical comedy "Thank You for Smoking"
Co-starred with Nicholas Cage in Marvel Comics-inspired "Ghost Rider"
First executive producer and co-screenwriting credit (shared with Jeffrey M. Meyer and wife Katharine Ross), TNT movie "Conagher"; also played title role opposite Ross
Landed breakthrough feature playing title role in "Lifeguard"
Fought drugs and corruption as a NYC undercover cop in "Shakedown"
Gave unflinching portrayal as Wild Bill Hickock in CBS miniseries "Buffalo Girls"
Played Detective Charlie Bronski in acclaimed NBC miniseries "The Blue Knight"
Portrayed Captain Bucky O'Neill in TNT's "Rough Riders"
Pursued Nez Pearce Indians as they tried to flee to Canada in "I Will Fight No More Forever" (ABC)
Starred in ABC movie "The Ranger, the Cook, and a Hole in the Sky"
Cast as series regular Dr. Doug Lang on "Mission: Impossible" (CBS)
Acted opposite Cybill Shepherd on NBC's "The Yellow Rose"
Acted opposite Sarah Jessica Parker and Hugh Grant in comedy "Did You Hear About the Morgans?"
Appeared in Ang Lee directed "The Hulk"
Began relationship with Katharine Ross during making of goofy Gothic mystery "The Legacy"
Co-starred with Patrick Swayze as bouncers in "Road House"
Distinguished himself as Brigadier General John Buford, one of the unsung heroes of "Gettysburg" (TNT)
First feature lead, "Frogs"
Headlined surprisingly good straight-to-video Western "The Desperate Trail"
Portrayed Sam Damon in seven-part NBC miniseries "Once an Eagle"
Re-teamed with Selleck on "The Shadow Riders" (CBS)
Signed contract with 20th Century Fox
Again starred with Joan Allen in Campbell Scott directed "Off the Map"
Starred with Tom Selleck in NBC miniseries "The Sacketts"
Voiced character of Chupadogra in live-action film based on comic strip "Marmaduke"
Played a hard-drinking cop in NBC movie "Fugitive Nights: Danger in the Desert"
Featured opposite director Robert Redford in thriller "The Company You Keep"
Voiced Smokey Bear in Forest Service public service announcements
Co-starred opposite Kevin Costner in the NFL drama "Draft Day"
Played the role of Pop Pop in the indie drama "Digging for Fire"
Voiced the role of Butch in Pixar's "The Good Dinosaur"
Joined the cast of the Netflix comedy "The Ranch"
Nabbed a recurring role alongside Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin on the Netflix series "Grace and Frankie"
Voiced a role in the animated comedy "Rock Dog"
Narrated the role of Ward Hill Lamon in the historical documentary "The Gettysburg Address"
Made film debut in a bit role of second card player in "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid"; future wife Katharine Ross was female lead, but the two did not meet
Acted part of Virgil Earp in "Tombstone"
Featured in Jason Reitman's "Up in the Air," starring George Clooney
First feature film in six years, Peter Bogdanovich's "Mask"
Landed a recurring role on FX's "Justified"