University of Southern California
University of Minnesota
Los Angeles City College
Los Angeles State College of Applied Arts and Sciences
Recieved star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (July 27)
Had supporting role in the feature "BASEketball"
Joined the cast of the daytime drama, "As the World Turns", as attorney Rick Hamlin
Hosted and served as narrator for the short-lived Fox-TV adventure spoof series, "Danger Theater"
Played in "Love Letters" opposite Polly Bergen onstage in both New York and Los Angeles
First TV miniseries, "Captains and the Kings"
First TV-movie, "The Woman Hunter"
Played Hamlet in a production at the Pasadena Playhouse
First TV series, played Capt. Raymond Rambridge, one of the three leading roles, on the NBC drama series, "The Lieutenant"
Starred as A. Dunster Lowell, the title role in the NBC detective pilot, "The Boston Terrier"
Feature film debut, "Hell's Crossroads"
Played first leading role in features, "No Time to Be Young"
Moved to L.A.
Played Harry Rule on the syndicated detective adventure series, "The Protectors"
Directed episodes of the NBC drama series, "Police Woman", in the mid-1970s
Played Harlan Adams in the CBS drama series, "Emerald Point N.A.S."; Replaced Patrick O'Neal in the role
Played General Hunt Stockwell on the last season of the NBC action drama, "The A-Team"
Played agent Napoleon Solo on the popular NBC spy series, "The Man from U.N.C.L.E."