Cast (Feature Film)
Music (Feature Film)
Moved to New York
Off-Broadway debut in revue "A Bistro Car on the CNR"
Made Broadway debut in "I Love My Wife"
Played lead in the Washington, DC production of the stage musical "The Robber Bridegroom"
Landed starring role as Luke Duke on long-running CBS comedy series "The Dukes of Hazzard"
Reprised role of Luke Duke (voice only) for animated series "The Dukes"
Made TV-movie debut in "Burning Rage"
Had lead role in "Carousel" in a stage production at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC
Recorded single "A Little Bit Closer" which yielded a top-five country video
Reunited with "Hazzard's" co-star John Schneider for TV-movie "Christmas Comes to Willow Creek"
Starred in short-lived dramatic TV series "Blue Skies" (CBS)
Was a regular on the short-lived CBS series "Peaceable Kingdom"
Returned to Broadway after 13 years to star in "City of Angels"
Pursued an active country singing career, touring with his Full Moon band and making solo appearances with symphony orchestras in Cincinnati and Toronto
Was a regular on the CBS sitcom "Cybill"; played one of the star's ex-husbands
Reprised role of Luke Duke in the TV-movie "The Dukes of Hazzard Reunion" (CBS)
Returned to the stage to star opposite Bernadette Peters in a revival of Irving Berlin's "Annie Get Your Gun"; earned Tony nomination; later toured with show; returned to the Broadway production in June 2001
Again played Luke Duke in "The Dukes of Hazzard - Hazzards in Hollywood" (CBS)
Briefly joined the cast of the ABC daytime serial "All My Children"
Made NYC cabaret appearance at Arci's Place
Appeared in the Broadway revival of David Mamet's Pulitzer Prize-winning play "Glengarry Glen Ross" as the browbeaten customer James Lingk
Acted in "Bonneville" with Joan Allen, Kathy Bates and Jessica Lange
Played the father in the Broadway musical "A Catered Affair"; earned a Tony nomination for Best Actor in a Musical
Cast in supporting role opposite Josh Brolin and John Malkovich in "Jonah Hex"
Cast in a supporting role opposite Colin Firth and Orlando Bloom in the small-town drama "Main Street" (lensed 2010)