Co-founded the Center for New Performing Arts as a student at the University of Iowa
Dropped out of the University of Iowa
Successfully auditioned for the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco; attended on scholarship for one year
Worked in a Napa Valley winery
Worked with the Napa Valley Theater Company producing, directing, acting and writing music for their original productions
Professional acting and TV-movie debut, "Killer Bees", a thriller starring Gloria Swanson, directed by Curtis Harrington, and filmed in Napa Valley
Became active on the NY stage with appearances at Lincoln Center, La Mama and the Children's Theater
Played Neil Johnson, a recurring role for 18 months on "Another World", a long-running daytime soap
Feature debut, "The Happy Hooker" (uncredited bit part)
Played another uncredited bit part in "The Sentinel", a slick horror outing
Cast as a regular on "Rafferty", a short-lived CBS medical drama starring Patrick MacGoohan
Played the recurring role of Lee Tripper on the hit sitcom, "Three's Company"
First starring role in a film, Joel Coen's "Blood Simple"
Cast as a regular on "Suzanne Pleshette Is Maggie Briggs", a short-lived journalistic sitcom
Co-starred as Detective Malcolm MacGruder on the romantic police drama, "MacGruder & Loud"
Cast in a leading role, deputy superintendent Ned Sheffield, on "Mariah", a short-lived ABC prison drama series
Appeared on Broadway in "M. Butterfly"
Co-starred in the Lifetime sitcom "Maggie"