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Born: September 2, 1951 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Burbank, California, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1974:
TV acting debut in the syndicated "Ozzie's Girls"
1977:
earned Emmy nomination for TV-movie debut as a crippled soldier in "Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years" (ABC)
1978:
TV miniseries debut, "Centennial" (NBC)
1978:
Feature film debut in "Comes a Horseman"
1978:
Starred in the CBS drama series "Sam", as the human half of a man-dog police team
1979:
Co-starred in the ABC series "240 Robert"
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Played Fielding Carlyle on the NBC primetime soap "Flamingo Road"
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Played Dr. Robert Caldwell on the popular, hospital-set NBC drama, "St. Elsewhere"
1986:
Named PEOPLE magazine's "Sexiest Man Alive"
1986:
Played image-changing role of serial killer Ted Bundy in the two-part NBC TV-movie "The Deliberate Stanger"
1987:
Played recurring role of Sam Crawford, suitor to Maddie Hayes (Cybill Shepherd) in the ABC comedy-drama "Moonlighting"
1987:
First leading role in a feature film, "Summer School"
1989:
Starred opposite Elizabeth Taylor in a TV remake of "Sweet Bird of Youth" (NBC)
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Co-starred with Marlee Matlin in the NBC series "Reasonable Doubts"
1995:
Starred in and produced the short-lived ABC detective series "Charlie Grace"
1996:
Joined the cast of the CBS medical drama "Chicago Hope"
1998:
Had a memorable cameo in the feature "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas"
1999:
Featured in the family drama "I'll Remember April," which starred Haley Joel Osment
2000:
Cast in the Anne DeSalvo drama "The Amati Girls"
2003:
Played the fiance' to Jamie Lee Curtis' character in "Freaky Friday"
2003:
Cast as Leroy Jethro Gibbs on the naval-themed CBS crime drama, "NCIS"
2004:
Starred as the U.S. President in the comedy "Chasing Liberty"

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