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