Acted in a Broadway production of "Judgment at Nuremberg"
Cast as an insane Nazi war criminal in Vittorio De Sica's "The Condemned of Altona"
Directed a Los Angeles Opera production of "Lohengrin"
Directed and acted in the Family Channel movie, "Candles in the Dark"; also starred with wife Natasha
Made American stage debut in Ira Levin's "Interlock"
Made debut as writer/producer, "Das Schloss/The Castle"; also starred in the title role of 'K'
Made London stage debut in John Osborne's "A Patriot for Me"
Once again collaborated with Redgrave in "Little Odessa"
Played the part of Anne Frank's father (played by Melissa Gilbert) in the NBC TV-movie, "The Diary of Anne Frank"
Re-teamed with Dmytryk for "The Reluctant Saint"
Received an Emmy nomination for his performance in the NBC movie, "Miss Rose White"
Reprised stage role in John Osborne's "A Patriot for Me" on Broadway
Served in the Swiss Army, achieving the rank of corporal
Starred in Arthur Hiller's adaptation of "The Man in the Glass Booth"; earned a Best Actor Oscar nomination
Acted in the comedy caper film, "The Brothers Bloom"
Cast as Lenin, opposite Robert Duvall in the title role of "Stalin" (HBO)
Cast in the German mini-series, "The Return of the Dancing Master," based on Henning Mankell's novel
Co-starred in the PBS production, "The Song of the Lark"
Directed "The Pedestrian"; again produced, scripted and acted; earned an Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Film
Filmed "My Sister Maria," a documentary about the career of and his relationship with Maria Schell
Made directorial debut with "First Love"; also co-produced, co-adapted and starred in; earned an Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Film
Once again acted with Redgrave in Mimi Leder's "Deep Impact"
Played Captain Stransky in Sam Peckinpah's only war film, "Cross of Iron"
Played defense attorney, Hans Rolfe in the Playhouse 90 television production of "Judgment at Nuremberg" (CBS)
Reprised role of defense attorney for Stanley Kramer's film adaptaion of "Judgment at Nuremberg"
Starred in the sci-fi feature, "The Black Hole"
Acted opposite Marlon Brando and Matthew Broderick in the comedy, "The Freshman"
Directed the documentary film "Marlene," based on his tape-recorded interview with Marlene Dietrich who refused to appear onscreen; earned an Oscar nomination for Best Documentary Feature
Played Catholic clergymen in both "The Eighteenth Angel" and "John Carpenter's Vampires"
Appeared as a concentration camp survivor in Jeroen Krabbe's directorial debut, "Left Luggage"
Appeared in the German TV series, "Der Fürst und das Mädchen"
Began acting at the Basel Theater
Co-starred as a gentleman thief in the heist film, "Topkapi"
Co-starred with Charles Bronson in J. Lee Thompson's "St. Ives"
First film appearance, "Kinder, Mütter und ein General"
First film with Vanessa Redgrave, "Julia"; earned a Supporting Actor Oscar nomination
Joined the final season of CBS' "Wiseguy" as wealthy businessman Amado Guzman
Made Hollywood debut in Edward Dmytryk's "The Young Lions"; starred Marlon Brando, Montgomery Clift, and Dean Martin
Played 'Frederick the Great' opposite Redgrave's Empress Elizabeth in the TNT miniseries, "Young Catherine"
Played the title role in the NBC miniseries, "Peter the Great"; also starred Vanessa Redgrave and Laurence Olivier
Starred in the CBS TV-move remake of "The Phantom of the Opera"