Co-starred as the grandfather on "Spencer" (NBC)
Co-starred in the Broadway production of Neil Simon's "Fools"
Co-starred with Stefanie Powers in "The Feather and Father Gang" (ABC)
Had featured role in TV-movie "Far Hope" (ABC), directed by Bob Saget
Off-Broadway debut, "The Increased Difficulty of Concentration"
Originated the role of Howard Cunningham on an episode of "Love, American Style" titled "Love and the Happy Days" (ABC); when the show was made into a series, Gould was unavailable, and the series role went to Tom Bosley
Played Grandpa Spencer Little in the award winning feature "Stuart Little"
Reprised role of Martin Morgenstern on the sitcom "Rhoda" (CBS)
Starred as skirt-chaser on "Foot in the Door" (CBS)
Co-starred in the remake of "Freaky Friday"
Made TV-movie debut in "Ransom for a Dead Man" (NBC)
First played Martin Morgenstern, father of Valerie Harper's Rhoda on an episode of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show"
Played opposite Rosalind Russell in the feature "Mrs. Polifax-Spy"
Returned to series TV with "Park Place" (CBS)
Starred in "Yiddish" installment of "The Sunset Gang" (PBS)
Starred in short-lived NBC sitcom "Singer & Sons"
Spent three years teaching at Randolph-Macon Woman's College in Virginia
Cast in the Robin Williams comedy "Patch Adams"
First credited role was a small part in "The Coach"
Made stage debut as Thomas Jefferson in "The Common Glory" in Williamsburg, VA
Portrayed Louis B. Mayer in the NBC miniseries "Moviola"; earned an Emmy nomination
Served in the US military
Played a Jewish widower wooing the Christian Katharine Hepburn in the CBS TV-movie "Mrs. Delafield Wants to Marry"; earned an Emmy nomination
Taught in the drama department at the University of California, Riverside
Made his film debut in "Two for the Seesaw"; was not credited for his role
Originated the role of Marlo Thomas's father Lou in the pilot for "That Girl" (ABC); series role went to Lew Parker
Had breakthrough film role as Kid Twist in "The Sting"
Appeared in the Woody Allen movie "Love and Death"
Played a villain in the Mel Brooks directed "Silent Movie"
Played Miles Webber, the steadfast boyfriend of Rose Nylund (Betty White) on the NBC series "The Golden Girls"
Played the father of a villain called The Prankster on "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (ABC)