Acted in the Marshall comedy "Dear God"
Appeared as Dr Phillip Watters in an episode of the CBS drama "Early Edition"
Featured as yet another cop in the ABC movie "Addicted to His Love"
Had small role in Marshall's comedy "The Flamingo Kid"
Had small role in the NBC TV movie "Columbo: A Case of Immunity"
Had small roles in the films "Pocket Money" and "Deadhead Miles"
Joined an ensemble cast for the Garry Marshall-directed romantic comedy "Valentine's Day"
Made Broadway debut in "The Great White Hope," opposite James Earl Jones
Moved to Los Angeles
Offered hilarious turn as a drag queen in Garry Marshall's "Young Doctors in Love"
Played a coach in the football comedy "Nescessary Roughness"
Played Det. Sergeant Dan 'The Bean' Delgado in the TV series, "Freebie and the Bean"
Played Dr. Phillip Watters on the CBS medical drama series, "Chicago Hope"; nominated for Emmy Awards for Best Supporting Actor in 1995, 1996 and 1998; won in 1997
Portrayed District Attorney Jesse Steinberg on TV series, "Foley Square"
Stage debut in Equity Library Theatre production of "Mr. Roberts"
Starred opposite Raquel Welch in "Tortilla Soup," a remake of "Eat Drink Man Woman" re-set in the Latino community of L.A.
Stole scenes as the new husband of Gere's ex-wife in the blockbuster romantic comedy "Runaway Bride"
Voiced the character of Sheldon Fallbrook on "Batman: The Animated Series"
Cast in the Garry Marshall-directed dark comedy "Georgia Rule"
Earned Emmy Award nomination for his supporting role in the American Playhouse production of "Mrs. Cage"
Film debut "The Fat Black Pussycat"
Grew up on Manhattan's Upper West Side
Had a small role in "American Gigolo" as a detective; first pairing with Richard Gere
Had a supporting role in Gabriel Garcia Márquez's "Love in the Time of Cholera"
Had bit part as skipper of a garbage scow in the Goldie Hawn/Kurt Russell starrer "Overboard"; directed by Marshall
Had featured role in "The Other Sister," Marshall's tale of a young developmentally disabled couple in love
Landed a recurring role on the children's TV series, "Oky Doky Ranch"
Off-Broadway debut, "Kill the One-Eyed Man"
Played a cop in the thriller "The Fan"
Played Captain Louis Renault in the short-lived NBC series "Casablanca"
Played Dave Whitman in the Fox TV series "Down and Out in Beverly Hills"
Starred as Sandy Stern in the ABC miniseries "The Burden of Proof"
Starred in the NBC movie "Women of San Quentin"
Third comedy with Marshall, "Nothing in Common"
TV debut, "The Wendy Barrie Show"
Won an OBIE Award for his outstanding performance as God in the guise of a Puerto Rican bath attendant in "Steambath"
Acted with the Theatre Company of Boston in "Armstrong's Last Goodnight" and "So Proudly We Hail"
Appeared as Dr. Watters on an episode of the TV series "Picket Fences"
Appeared in "The Vixens"
Danced with the Ballet Arts Company of Carnegie Hall
Featured as the owner of the diner where "Frankie and Johnny" work in Marshall's thoughtful romance, starring Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer
Lent voice to the character Malcho on the CBS syndicated cartoon series "Disney's Aladdin"
Nominated for a Drama Desk Award for his performance in "Sly Fox," opposite Jackie Gleason
Once again worked with Garry Marshall, playing the head of security for the monarch of a small country in the comedy "The Princess Diaries"
Played Hasan Demir in the TNT production "Forgotten Prisoners: The Amnesty Files"
Played Pancho Villa in the ABC film "Wanted: The Sundance Woman"
Played small role as the rich man who trains a vulnerable Dana Delaney to be a dominatrix in Marshall's unpopular S&M comedy "Exit to Eden"
Starred as Abraham Rodriguez in TV series, "Popi"
Updated the fairy godmother role in Marshall's blockbuster modern Cinderella tale "Pretty Woman"; second film with Gere
Again played head of security for the monarch in "The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement"
Directorial debut, TV series, "aka Pablo" (also star)
Had featured role in unecessary sequel "Beverly Hills Cop III"
Had small role in "Leviathan"
Played conga drums in a New York nightclub
Played himself on an episode of the CBS comedy "Murphy Brown," where Marshall had a regular co-starring role
Co-starred with Tim Allen on ABC sitcom "Last Man Standing"
Cast in the ensemble romantic comedy "New Year's Eve," directed by Garry Marshall; Elizondo, Ashton Kutcher, and Jessica Biel were the only actors from "Valentine's Day" to return, but playing different characters