|A Lady without Passport||Actor||Jack||7|
|Mission: Impossible||1973 1966 - 1973||Actor||(1966-67)||19737|
|Actors Studio||1950 1948 - 1950||Actor||Recurring Player||19507|
|Murder, Smoke and Shadows||1989 1988 - 1989||Actor||Mr Morosco||19897|
|The Goddess||1958||Actor||John Tower||19587|
|The Slender Thread||1964||Actor||Mark Dyson||19647|
|A Child Is Waiting||1961||Actor||Ted Widdicombe||19617|
|On Valentine's Day||1986||Actor||George Tyler||19867|
|It's My Turn||1980||Actor||Jacob||19807|
|Law & Order||2006 1990 - 2000, 2005 - 2006||Actor||District Attorney Adam Schiff||20067|
|Yentl||1983||Actor||Reb Alter Vishkower||19837|
|Garbo Talks||1984||Actor||Walter Rolfe||19847|
|Billy Bathgate||1991||Actor||Otto Berman||19917|
|Rich and Famous||1981||Actor||Jules Levi||19817|
|Between Two Women||Actor||Teddy Petherton||7|
|White Palace||1990||Actor||Sol Horowitz||19907|
|Running on Empty||1988||Actor||Mr Patterson||19887|
|The Firm||1993||Actor||F Denton Voyles||19937|
|Where's the Money, Noreen?||Actor||Brian Olmsted||7|
|Story of a Marriage||Actor||George Tyler||7|
|Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||2000 2000||Actor||District Attorney Adam Schiff||20007|
|Brighton Beach Memoirs||1986||Actor||Mr Stroheim||19867|
|Norma Jean & Marilyn||Music||music advisor||1|
|Celebration of Gospel||2001 2000 - 2001||Music||vice president of music programming||1|
|Returned to film in "It's My Turn"|
|Formed own production company|
|Feature acting debut, "A Lady Without Passport"|
|Starred as Daniel Briggs, the original lead in the first season of the TV series "Mission Impossible"|
|Moved to New York to pursue acting career in the 1950s|
|Appeared in a series of TV and print commercials for TD Waterhouse Investor Services|
|Starred as D.A. Adam Schiff on dramatic TV series, "Law & Order" (NBC)|
|Gave up acting; sold real estate, tried to write and went to live in a community of religious Jews in Rockland County NY where he studied the Bible and the psalms of David (date approximate)|
|TV acting debut, "Actor's Studio"|
|Broadway debut as Marlon Brando's understudy (opposite Paul Muni) in Ben Hecht's "A Flag is Born"|
|Appeared on Broadway in the original productions of "Mr Roberts", "The Country Girl" and as Sigmund Freud in "A Far Country"|
|"I really don't seek to be center stage and pursue the spotlight. When the scene is mine, I know it's mine, and I'll play it. But for the most part, I love the give and take between actors. That's where the joy is to me."--Steven Hill on being a character actor in Entertainment Weekly, November 8, 1991.|
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