National Board of Review Award Best Supporting Actor "Home From the Hill" 1960 
1994 Last TV appearance, a guest spot on the March 3rd episode of "Matlock"
1992 Toured in "The Lion in Winter",
January-February 1992 Last feature film, the German-made erotic psychodrama, "The Tigress"
1992 Underwent biopsy for small benign lung tumor in February; tumor removed May 4th
1979 Played last feature lead in the Italian-French-Spanish co-production, "From Hell to Victory"
1977 Made feature directorial debut, "Five Days from Home"
1972 - 1974 Played Thomas Banacek on the NBC detective series, "Banacek"
1963 First received top billing in a feature in "The Carpetbaggers"
1960 Played first leading roles in features in "Home from the Hill" and "The Subterraneans"
1957 Made feature film debut in "The Strange One"
1956 Earliest TV roles included a part in the CBS drama special, "Bang the Drum Slowly", starring Paul Newman
Acted on Broadway in "The Pleasure of His Company" and "Girls of Summer"
Played Dr. Jake Goodwin on the NBC drama series, "Doctors' Hospital"
Starred as John "Hannibal" Smith on the popular NBC-TV action series, "The A-Team"