|The Da Vinci Code||2006||Executive Producer||n/a||1|
|Angels & Demons||2009||Executive Producer||n/a||1|
|The Da Vinci Code||2006||Source Material||(from novel: "The Da Vinci Code")||1|
|Angels & Demons||2009||Source Material||(from novel: "Angels & Demons")||1|
|Mr. Brooks||2007||Song||("Soleil Soleil")||1|
|The Da Vinci Code||2006||Song||("Phiano")||1|
|The Da Vinci Code||2006||Song Performer||("Phiano")||1|
|Published third Langdon novel The Lost Symbol|
|Made executive producing debut with feature adaptation "The Da Vinci Code," directed by Ron Howard and starring Tom Hanks as Robert Langdon|
|Released self-produced album Perspective under his own record company Dalliance|
|Moved to Hollywood, CA to pursue career as singer-songwriter and pianist; also began teaching at Beverly Hills Preparatory School|
|Published first novel Digital Fortress|
|Topped The New York Times Best Seller list with controversial novel The Da Vinci Code, which also featured Robert Langdon character|
|Co-wrote humor book 187 Men to Avoid: A Survival Guide for the Romantically Frustrated Woman with wife Blythe Newlon|
|Released self-titled album|
|Director Howard and star Hanks returned for feature adaptation "Angels & Demons"; also executive produced|
|Quit teaching to become full-time writer|
|Announced publication of fourth Langdon novel Inferno|
|Introduced popular recurring character, symbology expert Robert Langdon in mystery thriller Angels & Demons|
|Phillips Exeter Academy|
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