Served as producer on "Intersection," starring Richard Gere and Sharon Stone
Directed last feature, "Love Hurts"
Directed comedy sequel "Arthur 2: On the Rocks," starring Dudley Moore and Liza Minnelli
Directed, produced and distributed (in USA) the feature "Twice in a Lifetime" through The Yorkin Company
Served as executive producer of "What's Happening!!"
Formed Bud Yorkin Productions (TV)
Directed Walter Hill-penned comedy "The Thief Who Came to Dinner," starring Ryan O'Neal and Jacqueline Bisset
Served as executive producer of "Sanford and Son"
Served as executive producer on "All In The Family"
Directed historical comedy "Start the Revolution Without Me," starring Gene Wilder
Directed "Inspector Clouseau," starring Alan Arkin as the character made famous by Peter Sellers
Directed romantic comedy "Divorce American Style," starring Dick Van Dyke and Debbie Reynolds
Directed unplanned-pregnancy comedy "Never Too Late," starring Maureen O'Sullivan and Paul Ford
Directed first feature film, Neil SImon's "Come Blow Your Horn"
Co-founded Tandem Productions with Norman Lear
Hired by NBC-TV engineering department
Began producing and directing variety shows in 1950s
Yorkin joined the U.S. Navy at the age of 16, near the start of World War II. He served from 1942 to 1945.
Yorkin was hired to direct notorious flop "Myra Breckenridge," but quit the production before shooting began.
Yorkin's second wife, actress Cynthia Sikes, had supporting roles in the last two features he directed, "Arthur 2: On the Rocks" and "Love Hurts."
Nicole Yorkin, eldest child of Bud and Peg Yorkin, became an Emmy-nominated television producer and writer