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Born: July 13, 1942 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Grew up in Park Ridge and Morton Grove, IL
1963:
Made professional debut in variety of musicals and dramas in summer stock in Williams Bay, WI
1964:
Moved to Laguna Beach, CA and appeared in local production of "John Brown's Body"
1964:
Signed seven-year contract with Columbia Pictures at $150 per week
1966:
Film acting debut, one-line appearance as a bellboy in "Dead Heat on a Merry-Go-Round"
1968:
Moved over to Universal from Columbia; featured in film "Journey to Shiloh"
1968:
Gave up acting and worked as a carpenter; built Sergio Mendes' $100,000 recording studio; also built elaborate entrance for Francis Ford Coppola's offices at Goldwyn Studios
1970:
TV movie debut, "The Intruders" (NBC)
1973:
First major success, George Lucas' "American Graffiti"
1977:
Breakthrough role, playing Han Solo in George Lucas' "Star Wars"
1980:
Reprised role of Han Solo for "The Empire Strikes Back"
1981:
First feature starring role, playing swashbuckling archaeologist Indiana Jones in "Raiders of the Lost Ark"; executive produced by Lucas and directed by Steven Spielberg
1982:
Portrayed android bounty hunter in Ridley Scott's "Blade Runner"
1983:
Returned to role of Han Solo for "Return of the Jedi"
1984:
Reprised role of Indy for "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom"
1985:
Earned Best Actor Academy Award nomination as a detective in Peter Weir's "Witness"
1986:
Teamed with Weir again for "The Mosquito Coast"
1988:
Delivered rare comic turn opposite Melanie Griffith in Mike Nichols' "Working Girl"
1989:
Donned the fedora again for "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade"
1990:
Played an adulterous husband with a terrible secret in Alan J. Pakula's "Presumed Innocent"
1991:
Played a ruthless litigator transformed by a brain injury in Mike Nichols' "Regarding Henry"
1992:
Assumed Jack Ryan character (replacing Alec Baldwin) in Tom Clancy's "Patriot Games"
1993:
Cast as Dr. Richard Kimble in big screen adaptation of "The Fugitive"
1994:
Reprised role of Jack Ryan in "Clear and Present Danger"
1995:
Played role originated by Humphrey Bogart in Sydney Pollack's ill-advised remake of "Sabrina"
1997:
Starred as a NYC detective opposite Brad Pitt's Irish terrorist in "The Devil's Own"
1997:
Portrayed the President of the U.S. in Wolfgang Petersen's "Air Force One"
1998:
Played a cargo pilot opposite Anne Heche in romantic comedy "Six Days, Seven Nights"
1999:
Starred as widower cop obsessed with learning details of his late wife's affair in Pollack's "Random Hearts"
2000:
Played a professor whose wife (Michelle Pfeiffer) is haunted by a ghost in "What Lies Beneath"
2002:
Received reported $25 million salary to star as a Russian submarine officer in "K-19: The Widowmaker"
2003:
Received star on Hollywood Walk of Fame
2006:
Cast as a security specialist forced into robbing a bank in order to protect his family in thriller "Firewall"
2008:
Reprised role of Indy for fourth installment of adventure series "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull"; re-teamed with George Lucas and director Steven Spielberg
2009:
Played immigrations officer Max Brogan in "Crossing Over"
2010:
Portrayed research scientist Robert Stonehill in "Extraordinary Measures," which ws based on a true story; also produced
2010:
Played a morning show anchor in ensemble comedy "Morning Glory"
2011:
Co-starred with Daniel Craig in sci-fi Western "Cowboys & Aliens"
2013:
Announced franchise return in "Star Wars: Episode VII," confirmed by George Lucas
2013:
Featured in the baseball drama "42"
2013:
Appeared in the sci-fi movie "Ender's Game"

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