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Born: September 25, 1951 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Oakland, California, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1993:
Acted in "Eye" segment of "John Carpenter Presents Body Bags" (Showtime)
1983:
Again played Luke for second sequel "The Return of the Jedi," directed by Richard Marquand
1981:
Made Broadway debut as John Merrick in "The Elephant Man"
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Grew up in California, Virginia, New York, and Japan
1977:
Played David Bradford on pilot episode of "Eight Is Enough" (ABC); succeeded in role by Grant Goodeve
1972:
Played recurring character of Nurse Jessie Brewer's teenaged nephew on ABC daytime drama "General Hospital"
1975:
Portrayed Ken Newkirk in Richard Donner's "Sarah T. - Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic" (NBC), starring Linda Blair
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Spotted by an agent while appearing in the play "Anthems"
1975:
Made TV movie debut in NBC "Hallmark Hall of Fame" production "Eric"
1977:
Breakthrough screen role in debut feature, played hero Luke Skywalker in George Lucas' classic "Star Wars"
1998:
Portrayed the villain in "Hamilton," based on two Jan Guillou novels about Swedish super-agent Carl Hamilton (Peter Stormare)
1980:
Reprised role of Luke Skywalker role for sequel "The Empire Strikes Back," directed by Irvin Kershner
1983:
Returned to Broadway playing Mozart in "Amadeus"
1998:
Co-produced and acted in "Watchers Reborn"
1987:
Had title role in Broadway production of "The Nerd"
1976:
Played recurring role on early seasons of "One Day at a Time" (CBS)
1974:
Made primetime series debut as teenager Doobie Wheeler on short-lived ABC sitcom "The Texas Wheelers"
1993:
Reprised voicing the Joker for animated feature "Batman: Mask of the Phantasm"
1989:
Returned to big screen after six-year absence, playing a vicious bounty hunter in "Slipstream," a futuristic thriller released theatrically internationally but direct-to-video in the U.S.
1985:
Stage musical debut, singing and dancing in short-lived Broadway production "Harrigan 'n' Hart"
1986:
Starred in off-Broadway revival of "Room Service," directed by Alan Arkin
1992:
Voiced the Joker for Fox animated series "The Adventures of Batman and Robin"
1977:
Car accident disfigured face which, despite reconstructive surgery, remained altered
1991:
Played nasty villain The Trickster on two episodes of CBS series "The Flash"
1997:
Played Richard Greico's time-traveling friend in Showtime movie "When Time Expires"
1993:
Provided voice of the Admiral for "Commander Toad in Space,, an episode of "ABC Weekend Specials" combining live action and puppetry
1995:
Reteamed with Carpenter for feature remake of "Village of the Damned"
1994:
Starred in CD-ROM "Wing Commander III: Heart of the Tiger"; had previously acted in the interactive game "Gabriel Knight"
1970:
TV acting debut, "The Bill Cosby Show" (NBC)
1977:
Made voiceover debut in animated feature "Wizards"
2013:
Made franchise return in "Star Wars: Episode VII," confirmed by George Lucas
2004:
Made directorial debut with "Comic Book: The Movie"; also starred
1996:
Co-wrote limited series comic book <i>The Black Pearl</i>

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