Co-starred as Mitch, the man who courts Blanche DuBois, in Broadway premiere of Tennessee Williams' "A Streetcar Named Desire," staged by Kazan
Co-starred in the Disney feature, "Pollyanna"
Film debut, "They Knew What They Wanted"
Made guest appearance as a priest on NBC's acclaimed "The West Wing"
Made last stage appearance to date in "The Egghead"
Portrayed a bus driver who fought to save himself and a group of school children who were kidnapped and buried alive in the true story "They've Taken Our Children: The Chowchilla Kidnapping Story" (ABC)
Portrayed US Olympic hockey coach Herb Brooks in the ABC movie, "Miracle on Ice"
Reprised his signature TV role of policeman Mike Stone in "Back to the Streets of San Francisco" (NBC)
Reunited with Kazan and Tennessee Williams for the feature film "Baby Doll"
Starred as Lieutenant Mike Stone on the ABC crime drama, "The Streets of San Francisco"; garnered four consecutive Emmy nominations as Lead Actor in a Drama Series from 1974 to 1977
Acted in Marlon Brando's directorial debut, "One-Eyed Jacks"
Acted on stage in "Peer Gynt"
Appeared on Broadway in "How to Get Tough About It" and "Missouri Legend"
Breakthrough stage role in original cast of Arthur Miller's drama, "All My Sons," directed by Elia Kazan
Cast as Admiral Elmo Zumwalt, Jr., whose decision to authorize the use of Agent Orange in Vietnam has repercussions on his family in the fact-based CBS drama, "My Father, My Son"
Cast as baseball player Jimmy Piersall's father in the biopic, "Fear Strikes Out"
Directed feature, "Time Limit"
Early TV credits include "Little Women" (CBS)
Had banner year with four strong performances: as Warren Beatty's father in the drama "All Fall Down"; the prison warden in "Birdman of Alcatraz"; the patriarch of a pioneer family in "How the West Was Won"; and as the suitor to Madame Rose in "Gypsy"
Hosted and narrated a pair of NBC specials, "Unsolved Mysteries"
Made last feature film appearance in courtroom drama, "Nuts"
Portrayed General Omar Bradley to George C. Scott's "Patton"
Raised in Gary, Indiana
Reprised role of Mitch in the Kazan-directed feature version of "A Streetcar Named Desire"; won Supporting Actor Oscar
Worked frequently on radio dramas
Acted opposite Michael Caine (as Harry Palmer) in the Ken Russell-directed "Billion Dollar Brain"
Appeared as the Walrus in an all-star CBS version of "Alice in Wonderland"
Co-starred in "The Cincinnati Kid"
Co-starred in the ABC movie "Call Me Anna," based on actress Patty Duke's autobiography
Co-starred in the thriller, "I Confess," helmed by Alfred Hitchcock
Earned second Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor as the dockside priest in Kazan's "On the Waterfront"
Had featured roles in two disaster-themed features, "Beyond the Poseidon Adventure" and "Meteor"
Portrayed wheelchair-bound Leon Klinghoffer who was murdered by terrorists in "The Hijacking of the Achille Lauro" (NBC)
Returned to Broadway in "Desperate Hours"
Stage debut in "Golden Boy"
Starred in the small screen remake of "Captains Courageous" (ABC)
Was a member of the ensemble of "Winged Victory," produced on Broadway; reprised role in film adaptation
After graduating high school, worked in steel mills for three years before attending drama school in Chicago
Offered memorable, Emmy-winning turn as a man who slowly comes to suspect his daughter was murdered by her husband in the based-on-fact NBC miniseries, "Fatal Vision"
Served as spokesman for American Express in memorable series of commercials, spouting tagline "Don't leave home without it"
Starred in short-lived series "Skag" (NBC)