University of Missouri
Played a supporting role in Canadian horror film "Sicilian Vampire"
Starred in title role of "Apostle Peter and the Last Supper"
Co-starred in surreal comedy "Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie"
Co-starred in "Funny Money" a film adaptation of the 1994 play written by Ray Cooney
Cast opposite Christian Slater in the political thriller "The Deal"
Joined the cast of "The Sopranos" as a mafia wiseguy released from prison
Made guest appearance on the hit Fox series "Malcolm in the Middle" as Lois' father; received Emmy nomination
Starred as Zack, a destitute, alcoholic man who has supposedly travelled back through time to convice his youthful self to change the course of his life in "All Over Again" (filmed 1999), an independent film shot on location in Chatanooga, Tennessee; scre
Was part of the all-star supporting cast (i.e., Carroll O'Connor, James Belushi, Daivd Allan Grier) for Bonnie Hunt's "Return to Me", starring David Duchovny and Minnie Driver
Acted in Hugh Hudson's "I Dream of Africa", starring Kim Basinger as Kuki Gallmann, who escaped her monotonous life in Italy to become a leading wildlife advocate
Narrated History Channel documentary, "Defeat at Waterloo: Napoleon vs. Wellington"
Cast as yet another gangster, playing the small role of Don Ciccio in the Showtime miniseries "Bonanno: A Godfather's Story"
Appeared in commercials for Minute Maid orange juice
Contributed a cameo as Father Monet to the classy CBS miniseries "Joan of Arc"
Offered a subdued and amiable turn as Grandpa Beal in M Night Shyamalan's "Wide Awake"
Cast as the title character's American physician father in "Smilla's Sense of Snow"
Appeared as a gangster in David Lynch's "Lost Highway"
Starred as Don Vito Leoni in the mob comedy "The Don's Analyst" (TMC)
Played Frank Torre in Showtime's "Joe Torre: Curveballs Along the Way", a biopic of the New York Yankees manager
Portrayed General William Grey in summer blockbuster "Independence Day"
Essayed mobster Carlo Gambino in CBS movie "Between Love and Honor"
Played the Senator, a messianic political leader at the head of a Scientology-like cult, in ABC's futuristic miniseries "Wild Palms"
Joined director John Landis for his mobster-vampire spoof, "Innocent Blood", playing gang boss Sal the Shark
Starred as a middle-aged widower who shocks his adult children by becoming engaged to a 30-year-old woman in the short-lived comedy series "Sunday Dinner" (CBS), executive produced and created by Norman Lear
Starred as title character in "Nick Mancuso, F.B.I." (NBC); earned sole Emmy nomination as Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series
Delighted audiences as a toymaker in "Big", dancing with Tom Hanks to the tune of "Heart and Soul" on a giant keyboard
Provided the voice of Sykes in animated "Oliver and Company"
Introduced the character of jaded FBI agent Nick Mancuso in the NBC miniseries "Favorite Son"
Portrayed attorney William Kuntsler in HBO movie, "Conspiracy: The Trial of the Chicago 8"
Displayed the gentle side of his nature as the compassionate father of a young woman with cerebral palsy in "Gaby--A True Story"
Portrayed a two-bit detective in "Jagged Edge"; also played a mafioso in "Prizzi's Honor"
Played Miami drug kingpin Frank Lopez in "Scarface"
Portrayed Richard Gere's bullying, alcoholic father in "An Officer and a Gentleman"
Acted the part of Anwar Sadat in syndicated miniseries, "A Woman Called Golda"
Reteamed with Edwards on "S.O.B."
Directed pilot episode of "Magnum, P.I" (CBS)
Made TV directorial debut, an episode of the NBC drama series "Quincy, M.E."
Made first film with director Blake Edwards, "Revenge of the Pink Panther"; was featured in 1982 and 1983 "Panther" sequels
Made TV-movie debut, "Arthur Hailey's 'The Moneychangers'" (NBC), directed by Sagal; also acted in Sagal's NBC movie "Mallory: Circumstantial Evidence"
Joined the CBS daytime serial "Search for Tomorrow"
Had role as Frank Carver on daytime serial, "The Secret Storm" (CBS)
Played Faustino Morales in "Che!", starring Jack Palance as Fidel Castro
Starred in NBC series "T.H.E. Cat"; initial collaboration with director Boris Sagal, who helmed episodes
Portrayed Joseph in "The Greatest Story Ever Told"
Made Broadway debut as Solyony in an Actors Studio production of Anton Chekhov's "The Three Sisters"; reprised role on the London stage and in the subsequent film version
Acted in Off-Broadway production of Lillian Hellman's "Toys in the Attic"
Landed first starring film role in "The Lost Missile"
Made TV series debut as title character in "The Nine Lives of Elfego Baca", a 10-part series broadcast as segments of ABC's "Walt Disney Presents"
Made film debut in "Somebody Up There Likes Me"
Made Off-Broadway debut in "The Man With the Golden Arm"
Made stage debut as Petruchio in "The Taming of the Shrew" at Wagner College
Made early TV appearances on "Studio One" and "Playhouse 90" (both CBS)
Appeared as KGB spy Admiral Yuri Bukharin in CBS series, "Emerald Point, N.A.S."
Returned to Broadway in production of David Rabe's "In the Boom Boom Room"
Born Salvatore Loggia on Staten Island, he was the son of Sicilian immigrants.