Appeared with Marlon Brando in "Sayonara"
Cast opposite Natalie Wood and Tab Hunter in "The Girl He Left Behind"
Had a recurring role on season six of the CBS drama, "Chicago Hope"
Joined the cast of the ABC sitcom, "8 Simple Rules" after the death of John Ritter
Lent his voice to the computer animated sci-fi film, "Battle for Terra"
Played as a small town pharmacist romancing Sally Field in "Murphy's Romance"; earned Best Actor Oscar and Golden Globe nominations
Played private investigator Jim Rockford on the popular NBC drama, "The Rockford Files"; also directed several episodes
Played the mysterious Red Stevens in "The Ultimate Gift"
Returned to TV as a con man who fills his late ex-wife's city council seat on the short-lived series, "Man of the People" (NBC)
Served in the Army and fought in the Korea War; awarded the Purple Heart after being injured
Starred as Bret Maverick on the popular ABC Western, "Maverick"; also directed several episodes
Starred in the comedy "Support Your Local Sheriff" from director Burt Kennedy
Co-starred with James Woods (who played the founder of Alcoholics Anonymous) in the CBS TV-movie, "My Name Is Bill W."
Debuted as a producer with the 'Hallmark Hall of Fame' presentation, "Promise" (CBS)
First leading role in a feature film, "Darby's Rangers"
Played the father of Sandra Bullock in the film adaptation of "Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood"
Reprised role of professional gambler for the revival series, "Bret Maverick" (NBC)
Signed up for the Merchant Marines at age 16
TV debut was a small role in the ABC series, "Cheyenne"
Cast opposite Doris Day in both "The Thrill of It All" and "Move Over, Darling"
Cast opposite Julie Andrews in Arthur Hiller's "The Americanization of Emily"
Joined his father in Los Angeles to attend high school
Joined Steve McQueen in the WWII film, "The Great Escape"
Made feature acting debut in "Toward the Unknown"
Persuaded by high school friend Paul Gregory to take a non-speaking role in the Broadway production of "The Caine Mutiny Court Martial"
Played the leading role in the CBS miniseries, "Space"
Played the title role in the TV Western, "Nichols" (NBC) as an army deserter reluctantly turned sheriff
Played Zane Cooper in the modern day film version of "Maverick"; starred Mel Gibson as Bret Maverick
Re-teamed with Julie Andrews for Blake Edwards' "Victor/Victoria"
Starred as a most impressive Wyatt Earp in John Sturges' "Hour of the Gun"
Cast in John Frankenheimer's racing drama, "Grand Prix"
Co-starred with Clint Eastwood, Tommy Lee Jones and Donald Sutherland in "Space Cowboys"; also produced and directed by Eastwood
Co-starred with Gene Rowlands as husband and wife in Nick Cassavetes' "The Notebook"; earned a SAG nomination for Supporting Actor
Played a US Supreme Court Justice in the short-lived CBS series, "First Monday"
Played Captain Call in the CBS miniseries "Streets of Laredo," a sequel to Larry McMurtry's "Lonesome Dove"
Reprised role of Jim Rockford in a eight highly-rated CBS TV-movies
Teamed with Jack Lemmon playing two former presidents in "My Fellow Americans"