Played civil rights advocate Morris Dees in Rob Reiner's "Ghosts of Mississippi"
Began a recurring role on "Murder She Wrote" as Charlie Garrett
Co-starred in crime thriller "The Killing Time"
Starred opposite Lynn Redgrave in CBS romantic comedy "House Calls"
Starred in private eye noir "City of Angels," created by Stephen J. Cannell
Co-starred on "M.A.S.H." as Trapper John McIntyre
Played a gambler in Paul Newman classic "Cool Hand Luke"
Starred in western series "Stagecoach West"
Appeared in a small role in Robert Wise's "Odds Against Tomorrow"
Began TV career with a stint on soap opera "Search for Tomorrow"
As his acting career wound down, Rogers moved into a second career as a stock trader, founding the firm Wayne Rogers and Company.