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Born: March 15, 1935 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Bronx, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1962:
Made acting debut with a stock company in Colorado
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Returned to NYC to work on stage
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Broadway breakthrough, playing the clerk in Lanford Wilson's "Hot l Baltimore"
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Appeared in numerous productions on and off-Broadway
1973:
First film role, a small part in Sidney Lumet's "Serpico"
1974:
Made his TV-movie debut in "The Law" (NBC)
1976:
Made his series debut playing the title role on CBS' "Delvecchio"
1977:
Played George Schneider in Neil Simon's Broadway play "Chapter Two"
1978:
Landed breakthrough role as Alex Reiger on the ABC sitcom "Taxi"
1986:
Won a Tony for "I'm Not Rappaport," a play written by Herb Gardner
1988:
Returned to TV to play the title role on the NBC sitcom "Dear John"
1992:
Created the role of Eddie Ross, the overpowering bartender in Herb Gardner's play "Conversations with My Father"
1996:
Portrayed the father of Jeff Goldblum's character in "Independence Day"
1997:
Co-starred with Bob Newhart on the CBS sitcom "George & Leo"
1998:
Returned to Broadway for Yasmina Reza's play "Art"; later acted in the London production with Joe Morton in 1999
1999:
Reprised his role from "Taxi" for the Andy Kaufman biopic "Man on the Moon"
2001:
Appeared in the critically acclaimed film "A Beautiful Mind"
2002:
Re-teamed with Herb Gardner for the Broadway play "I'm Not Rappaport"
2005:
Cast on the CBS drama "NUMB3RS" as Alan Eppes, father of FBI agent Don Eppes (Rob Morrow) and Professor Charlie Eppes (David Krumholtz)
2006:
Played a producer on the pilot episode of Aaron Sorkin¿s "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip" (NBC)
2011:
Joined the fourth season of "Damages" (DirecTV) as a former mentor of Patty¿s (Glenn Close)
2011:
Teamed with Ben Stiller and Eddie Murphy in the ensemble comedy "Tower Heist"

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