Appeared as a studio executive in Woody Allen's "Hollywood Ending"
Cast as Billy Flynn in the Broadway company of "Chicago"
Cast as the Corleone family's lawyer in a much-anticipated sequel, "The Godfather, Part III"
First feature as co-producer (also star), "Evel Knievel"
Had a small role in "Doc Hollywood"
Joined the second season of ABC's reality competition, "Dancing with the Stars"
Joined the sixth season of the Aaron Spelling-produced, "Dynasty" (ABC)
Played a modern day Dracula in the surprise hit, "Love At First Bite"; also co-executive produced; earned a Golden Globe nomination
Co-hosted, with ex-wife Alana Stewart, the short-lived syndicated talk show, "George and Alana"
Co-starred with George Peppard as a soldier in the World War II film, "The Victors"
Feature debut, "Crime and Punishment"
Offered a comic portrayal of a famed swordsman in "Zorro, the Gay Blade"; earned a Golden Globe nomination
Played a Confederate captain, opposite Glenn Ford, in "A Time for Killing"
Portrayed the country-western music legend Hank Williams in the biopic, "Your Cheatin' Heart"
Toured as Nick Arnstein, opposite Barbara Cook as Fanny Brice, in "Funny Girl"
Cast as a regular on the NBC sitcom, "Jenny," playing Jenny McCarthy's dead movie star father
Hosted the ABC reality television series "The Family"
Joined the ITV series, "I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!"; quit five days before the show's final
Made headlines as the companion and potential husband of then President Lyndon Johnson's daughter, Lynda Bird
Played a smooth Ivy Leaguer in the film, "Where the Boys Are"
Became regular panelist on the syndicated revival of "Match Game"
Won Best Actor Award for state of Florida high school contest