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Born: June 2, 1943 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Palo Alto, California, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1971:
Co-produced original NY production of "Godspell"
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Directed episodes of the ABC sitcom "Doogie Howser, M.D." (produced by Bochco)
1999:
Had rare acting role in a feature an ambitious bishop in "The Third Miracle"
1990:
Served as a producer and occasional director on the short-lived musical cop show, "Cop Rock"
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Served in the US Naval Submarine Corps stationed in Southeast Asia
1992:
TV-movie directing debut, "In the Line of Duty: Siege at Marion"
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Attended high school with future music luminaries Grace Slick, Jerry Garcia, and Joan Baez
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Began acting in college productions
1996:
Directed pilot and episodes of "High Incident", an ABC police drama
1995:
Directed pilot of Bochco's "Murder One" (ABC); earned Emmy nomination
1977:
Feature debut, "The Choirboys"
1972:
NY stage debut, "Elizabeth the First"
1984:
TV debut as a producer, "Children in the Crossfire", an NBC TV-movie dealing with conflicts in Ireland (also acted)
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Acted with the American Conservatory Theater, the San Diego National Shakespeare Festival, the New York Shakespeare Festival, and the American Shakespeare Festival
1976:
Cast as a regular on "Delvecchio", a cop show
1975:
Debut as a TV series regular, "Kate McShane", as the Jesuit priest brother of the lawyer protagonist
2003:
Directed an episode of the ABC drama "Karen Sisco"
1994:
Feature directing debut, "Iron Will", a period adventure about a dog-sled marathon
1997:
Helmed the TNT original "Buffalo Soldiers"
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Raised in a suburb of San Francisco
2000:
Directed the CBS miniseries "Sally Hemings: An American Scandal"
1987:
Feature producing debut as executive producer of "Square Dance/Home is Where the Heart Is"
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Had first big hit as producer of the musical "Godspell" which was then a friend's senior project in college
2001:
Helmed the pilot for the CBS series "Big Apple"; also served as an co-executive producer of the series
1986:
Hosted a PBS documentary/forum entitled "A Program for Vietnam Veterans . . . And Everyone Else Who Should Care"
1981:
Played signature role of Officer Andy Renko, a regular on the acclaimed police drama "Hill Street Blues" (produced by Stephen Bochco)
1974:
TV-movie debut, "Things in Their Season", a CBS melodrama
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Was co-executive producer of the short-lived CBS series "Buddy Faro"; also directed episodes

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