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Born: March 16, 1949 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: London, Ontario, CA Profession: Cast ...
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1958:
Started acting at age nine with a local children's theater troupe
1964:
Joined the University of Toronto's Hart House acting group at age 15
1968:
Formed a folk band called The Sugar Shoppe; made U.S. TV debut with group on "The Ed Sullivan Show" (CBS)
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When The Sugar Shoppe disbanded, formed new band The Shop
1972:
Appeared in the Toronto production of "Godspell"
1973:
Made off-Broadway debut in revival of Ibsen's play "Ghosts"
1973:
Made feature film debut as Jesus in "Godspell"
1974:
Last film for 18 years, the Canadian-produced "Monkeys in the Attic"
1974:
Provided the voice of Christian in an animated version of "Cyrano de Bergerac" (ABC)
1975:
Made American TV debut in NBC "Hallmark Hall of Fame" production of "Valley Forge"
1977:
Returned to NYC in featured role of Moliere's "Tartuffe" at Circle in the Square; reprised role for the 1978 PBS adaptation
1978:
Had featured role of playwright Clifford Anderson on Broadway in "Deathtrap"; received first Tony Award nomination
1979:
Played the male juvenile lead Anthony Hope in the Stephen Sondheim-Hugh Wheeler musical "Sweeney Todd"
1982:
Starred in the revival of the musical "Little Me"; picked up second Tony Award nomination
1983:
Made TV series debut in the ABC daytime drama "Ryan's Hope"
1983:
Featured in the Broadway farce "Noises Off"
1985:
Starred in short-lived series "I Had Three Wives" (CBS) as a private detective aided by a trio of his ex-wives
1987:
Won praise for his work in the off-Broadway play "Wencenslas Square"
1987:
Played the boss and one-time romantic interest of the title character (Blair Brown) in "The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd" (NBC, Lifetime)
1988:
Cast in the title role in "Liberace: Behind the Music" (CBS)
1989:
Received third Tony Award nomination for leading role in the Broadway comedy "Lend Me a Tenor"
1990:
Played John Wilkes Booth in controversial Stephen Sondheim-John Weidman off-Broadway musical "Assassins"
1991:
Appeared in the short film "Walking the Dog"
1991:
Played recurring role on the Canadian TV series "E.N.G."
1992:
Returned to feature films after an 18-year absence to play a drug dealer in "Light Sleeper"
1993:
Co-starred in the CBS miniseries "Queen"
1994:
Cast as the Devil in the Broadway revival of "Damn Yankees"; picked up fourth career Tony Award nomination
1995:
Re-teamed with Blair Brown in the Broadway staging of Tom Stoppard's play "Arcadia"
1995:
Cast as Sarah Polley's father in "Exotica"
1996:
Played Goldie Hawn's ex-husband in "The First Wives Club"
1997:
Portrayed the ship's designer in James Cameron's Oscar-winning blockbuster "Titanic"
1997:
Cast as the King in the ABC TV remake of "Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella"
1998:
Returned to Broadway as co-star of "Art" alongside Alfred Molina and Alan Alda
1999:
Played Daddy Warbucks in the ABC remake of the Broadway musical "Annie"
2000:
Guest starred as the Crane's temporary butler on an episode of "Frasier" (NBC); received Emmy nomination
2001:
Cast as Sid Luft to Judy Davis' Judy Garland in in the ABC miniseries "Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows"; earned Emmy nomination
2001:
Played one of the TV writers in "Neil Simon's Laughter on the 23rd Floor" (Showtime)
2001:
Featured as a law school professor in the hit comedy "Legally Blonde"
2001:
Portrayed Jack Bristow on the ABC spy series "Alias"; earned three consecutive Emmy nominations for Supporting Actor from 2002-04
2002:
Appeared in the feature film "Tuck Everlasting"
2004:
Earned Emmy nomination for his guest starring role on "Will & Grace" (NBC)
2006:
Starred in the short-lived Fox legal drama "Justice"
2007:
Played the male lead in critically hailed Encores presentation of "Follies" with Donna Murphy
2008:
Joined cast of short-lived ABC series "Eli Stone"
2008:
Portrayed former San Francisco Mayor George Moscone in Gus Van Sant's biographical film "Milk"
2010:
Returned to Broadway for Roundabout Theatre Company¿s revival of Noel Coward¿s "Present Laughter"
2008:
Guest starred opposite Lisa Kudrow on Showtime's comedy series "Web Therapy"
2009:
Guest starred as Will Schuester's (played Matthew Morrison) father on Fox's "Glee"
2010:
Made cameo as a bank manager in Ben Affleck directed crime drama "The Town"
2011:
Portrayed HRH Prince Charles in "William & Catherine: A Royal Romance" (The Hallmark Channel)
2011:
Voiced Charlie on ABC's short-lived reboot of "Charlie's Angels"
2012:
Again directed by co-star Ben Affleck in political thriller "Argo"

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