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Born: November 27, 1949 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1949:
Born in New York City
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Grew up in St Louis, Missouri, Grosse Pointe, Michigan and Chicago, Illinois
1957:
Made acting debut at age eight in a Detroit Art Institute production of "Winnie the Pooh" (date approximate)
1958:
Performed in Moliere's "Le Medecin malgre lui/Doctor Inspite of Himself" with his French class (date approximate)
1962:
Attended The Groton School, one of the most prestigious private schools in the USA; served as president of the dramatic association (dates approximate)
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Attended Columbia University; became the general manager of the Columbia Players
1967:
While a college sophomore, cast by writer-director Brian De Palma (himself a former general manager of the Columbia Players) to co-star in "Greetings" (date approximate)
1968:
Feature debut, "Greetings"; first collaboration with writer-director De Palma
1968:
Left Columbia to act with Chicago's Second City (date approximate)
1969:
Played the lead in Sam Shepard's "Chicago" in a Los Angeles production (date approximate)
1970:
Co-starred in De Palma's follow-up feature "Hi, Mom!"
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Performed another season with Chicago's Second City
1971:
Joined Paul Sills' original Story Theater company; played in the initial productions of "Story Theatre" and "Metamorphosis" (date approximate)
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Worked on the NYC stage and did two more shows with Sills (date approximate)
1974:
Portrayed Beef, a glitter rocker parody, in De Palma's "Phantom of the Paradise"
1974:
Moved to Los Angeles
1974:
TV debut in the NBC movie "Strange Homecoming"
1979:
Reteamed with De Palma for "Home Movies"
1979:
Had recurring role of a kooky neighbor in the short-lived TV sitcom "Stockard Channing in Just Friends" (CBS)
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Wrote several teleplays for the revival of "The Twilight Zone" (CBS)
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Played a recurring role on "Sidekicks" (ABC), a martial arts-flavored cop show
1988:
Provided additional story material for "Oliver & Company", a Disney animated feature
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Played the recurring role of Hughes on the hit primetime soap "Dallas" (CBS)
1989:
Had title role in the horror spoof "Chud II: Bud the Chud"
1989:
Contributed additional dialogue to Disney's "The Little Mermaid"
1990:
Was a series regular on "Sugar and Spice", a blue-collar CBS sitcom
1990:
Co-wrote the animation screenplay for Disney's animated "The Prince and the Pauper", which featured Mickey Mouse
1990:
Provided the story for an episode of "The Young Riders" (ABC)
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Played the recurring role of Dr. Norman Pankow, a dreaded school principal on "Parker Lewis Can't Lose!"
1991:
Had regular role as a doctor in the medical comedy "STAT" (ABC)
1992:
Performed the voice of Cat R Waul for "Fievel's American Tails", an animated children's series
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Voiced the character of Franklin Sherman for "The Critic", a primetime animated series aired on ABC and later on Fox
1998:
Appeared as a renowned author and William Hurt's mentor in "One True Thing"
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Returned to series TV as a regular in the CBS drama series "Now & Again"

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