Cast opposite wife Lisa Rinna in the Lifetime movie, "Sex, Lies & Obsession"
Had a recurring role on the CBS sitcom, "Ink"
Joined the third season of ABC's "Dancing With the Stars"
Made Broadway debut in the revival of Clifford Odets' "Awake and Sing!"
Made the cover of <i>People</i> magazine as the annual choice of "Sexiest Man in the World"
Big-screen break was a starring role in the Greek mythology fantasy epic, "Clash of the Titans"
Cast in the role of attorney Michael Kuzak on NBC's popular drama, "L.A. Law"
Had a recurring role, opposite wife Lisa Rinna in the UPN drama, "Veronica Mars," as the movie-star parents of Veronica's high-school rival, Logan
Played in the title role in the NBC miniseries, "Favorite Son"
Returned to Broadway opposite Mary McDonnell in "Summer and Smoke"
Appeared in "Perfume," a behind the scenes look at the world of high fashion
Garnered attention as Alan Strang in the American Conservatory Theatre production of "Equus"; spotted by Stanley Donen who cast Hamlin in his first movie role
Made feature film debut in "Movie Movie"; directed by Stanley Donen
Played the title role in the NBC miniseries, "Studs Lonigan"
Played "Henry V" at the Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, DC
Reprised role of Michael Kuzak in "L.A. Law: The Movie," which reunited most of the original cast
Played the title role of "Hamlet" at the McCarter Theatre in Princeton, NJ
Appeared on Broadway as Billy Flynn in "Chicago," opposite wife Lisa Rinna
Cast as Reese Hardin in The WB comedy, "Movie Stars"
Co-founded the L.A. Classic Theatre along with Amy Irving, John Lithgow and others
Co-starred opposite Valerie Bertinelli in the CBS miniseries, "Night Sins"
Made television debut as Mariamo in "The Taming of the Shrew"; shown on PBS for their Great Performances series
Played a gay novelist opposite Kate Jackson in "Making Love"
Appeared with wife Lisa Rinna in the reality show "Harry Loves Lisa" on TV Land
Participated in the documentary film, "The Celluloid Closet," where he discussed his role in the film, "Making Love"
Co-starred in the CBS series "Harper's Island" as Uncle Marty