Appeared regularly on NBC's anthology series "The Loretta Young Show"
Cast as Grandpa Cortez in "Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams"
Co-starred with Debbie Reynolds in "The Singing Nun"
First appeared on stage in "Her Cardboard Lover" opposite Tallulah Bankhead
First TV-movie, "The Pigeon" (ABC)
Played a Kabuki theater actor in the Oscar-winning film "Sayonara"
Underwent operation in July to take care of a hemorrhage on his spine; was bedridden for a month and subsequently needed a walker
Voiced Señor Senior Sr. on the Disney Channel's animated series "Kim Possible"
Announced his intention to run for the presidency of Nosotros
Appeared in the Broadway production of "Don Juan in Hell"
Appeared on Broadway in the short-lived, "Seventh Heaven"
Began working on the Aaron Spelling-produced series, "Heaven Help Us"; played an angel, supplying a voice much of the time and making most of his occasional appearances sitting down
Cast as The Sheik's father in the comedy film, "Cannonball Run II"
Played the role of Khan Noonien Singh in "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan"
Played Zachary Powers on "Dynasty II: The Colbys"
Served as vice president of the Screen Actors Guild
Short film debut, "He's a Latin from Staten Island"
Starred in the Broadway musical "Jamaica," opposite Lena Horne
The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!
Appeared in commercials for Chrysler Cordoba
Had a recurring role as the voice of Armondo Gutierrez in "Freakazoid!" (Kids' WB!)
Played the grandfather in both "Spy Kids 2: Island of Lost Dreams" (2002) and "Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over" (2003)
Portrayed shipping tycoon Zachary Powers in the "Dynasty" spinoff series, "The Colbys" (ABC)
Reprised Grandpa Cortez role in "Spy Kids 3D: Game Over"
Voiced the Head of Council in the animated film, "The Ant Bully"
Voiced the head of the Ant Council in "The Ant Bully," a computer-animated film directed by John Davis
Became a commercial spokesman for Ford Motors in the late 1970s
Best-known for the role of Mr. Roarke in the Aaron Spelling-produced series "Fantasy Island" (ABC)
Made US feature debut in the musical, "Fiesta"; had a memorable dance scene with a young Cyd Charisse
Returned to Mexico after mother's death and made feature debut in "El Verdugo de Sevilla"
Signed a contract with MGM studios