Film comeback, "The Field"
Reprised film role of King Arthur in "Camelot" in an HBO TV production
Essayed an aging Irish gangster in "Trojan Eddie"
Executive produced two films: "Echoes of a Summer/The Last Castle" and the sequel film, "Return of a Man Called Horse"; starred in both, and wrote and performed the song "The Last Castle" in the former
Film directing debut, "Bloomfield" (also co-wrote and starred)
First leading role, "This Sporting Life"
Made London stage comeback with Pirandello's "Henry IV" in London; first appearance in a straight drama in London's West End since the 1963 production of Gogol's "Diary of a Madman"
Played first leading role on the London stage in "The Ginger Man"
Starred in film adaptation of John Steinbeck's "The Pearl" (unreleased)
Appeared as Andreas Tork in "Smilla's Sense of Snow"
Appeared as Lucius Cornelius Sulla in the TNT miniseries "Juius Caesar" (lensed 2002)
Co-starred as the benevolent Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius in the OScar-winning film "Gladiator"
Film debut in "Alive and Kicking"
Overdosed on cocaine; rushed to intensive care unit of Cedars Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles
Played aged, powerful head of a criminal dynasty in "My Kingdom"
Played largest screen roles to date (second and third leads) in "The Long and the Short and the Tall" and "Mutiny on the Bounty"
Starred as George Adamson in "To Walk with Lions"
Teamed with James Earl Jones in the remake of "Cry, the Beloved Country"
Toured Eastern Europe and Russia in a production of "Macbeth" (date approximate)
Toured in stage production of "Camelot" when original star Richard Burton became ill; was supposed to spend eight weeks finishing up tour, but ultimately performed 20-25 weeks a year for five years; show took in over $92 million during its five years with Harris
Appeared as "Old Harry," the elder version of the lead character, in "Grizzly Falls"
Appeared in the London stage production of "A View from the Bridge"
Cast as Dom Frollo in TNT production of "The Hunchback"
Co-starred in the remake of "The Count of Monte Cristo"
Earliest US TV work includes a supporting role in an NBC adaptation of Joseph Conrad's "Victory"
First foreign-language film, "Red Desert"
Made English TV debut in "The Iron Harp"
Played the benevolant wizard Dumbledore in "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone"
Produced and directed a stage production of "Winter Journey"
Recorded hit song, "MacArthur's Park"
Reprised role of Dumbledore in "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets"
Returned to the London stage in "Man, Beast and Virtue"
Thanks to digital technology, played the ghost of Hamlet's father in a New Jersey Shakespeare Festival staging of "Hamlet", starring son Jared Harris
West End stage debut in Joan Littlewood's production of "The Quare Fellow" at the Royal Stratford
Played English Bob in Clint Eastwood's "Unforgiven"