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Born: August 24, 1958 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Grew up in the Long Island town of Massapequa, New York
1976:
Moved to Hollywood two days after high school graduation
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Acted in commercials; debut was in a Kentucky Fried Chicken TV spot
1977:
TV movie acting debut, "Something for Joey"
1977:
Feature film debut, one line in "Rollercoaster"
1977:
First significant film role, "The Chicken Chronicles"
1978:
Featured alongside Gregory Peck and Laurence Olivier in the Nazi-themed thriller "The Boys From Brazil"
1979:
Debuted as a TV series star playing "Billy" the imaginative teen-aged protagonist of the short-lived CBS sitcom
1980:
Starred in the disco-themed feature "Can't Stop the Music"
1980:
Played blind Harvard Law student Harold Krents in the CBS TV-movie "To Race the Wind"
1982:
Co-starred in Barry Levinson's 1950s set slice of life comedy "Diner"
1983:
Featured in the highly-rated nuclear fallout TV-movie "The Day After" (ABC)
1984:
Starred as Carey Mahoney in the slapstick comedy "Police Academy"
1985:
Reprised role of Officer Mahoney in the sequel "Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment"
1985:
Starred as a tour boat captain who comes upon alien pods in Ron Howard's "Cocoon"
1986:
Revisted the popular Mahoney character in "Police Academy 3: Back in Training"
1986:
Starred with Ally Sheedy and a cheeky robot named Number 5 in "Short Circuit"
1987:
Featured in the Curtis Hanson's Hitchcock homage "The Bedroom Window"
1987:
Again played Officer Mahoney in "Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol"
1987:
Co-starred with Tom Selleck and Ted Danson in the charming comedy "Three Men and a Baby"
1988:
Reprised role for the sequel "Cocoon: The Return"
1988:
Executive produced the CBS School Break Special "Gangs"; earned an Emmy nomination
1990:
London stage debut, "The Boys Next Door"
1990:
Reprised his role in "Three Men and a Little Lady"
1991:
Broadway debut, "Prelude to a Kiss"
1993:
TV directing debut (also acted), the CBS Schoolbreak Special, "Love Off Limits"
1995:
Featured in the Jodie Foster-directed family comedy "Home for the Holidays"
1995:
Played the father of the ubiquitous Olsen twins in the family comedy "It Takes Two"
1997:
Featured in the children's movies "Zeus and Roxanne" and "Casper: A Spirited Beginning"
1997:
Starred in ABC's TV-movie "Tower of Terror"
1999:
Featured in the Cinemax movie, "Airborne"
2002:
First film as director/producer/co-screenwriter/star, an adaptation of the Broadway hit, "P.S. Your Cat Is Dead"
2005:
Cast in a recurring role on "Veronica Mars" (UPN) as Woody Goodman, a wealthy businessman and community leader
2005:
Played the lead in the NBC made-for-TV remake of "The Poseidon Adventure"
2008:
Joined the cast of ABC's reality series, "Dancing with the Stars" as a contestant

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