Had early TV credit as choreographer of the ABC special "Burt Bacharach: Close to You"
Choreographed Norman Jewison's big screen adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber's hit musical "Jesus Christ Superstar"
Was choreographer of two Ann-Margret NBC special, "Ann-Margret Olsson" and "Ann-Margret Smith"
Choreographed "The Dorothy Hamill Special" (ABC), a musical variety program hosted by the popular figure skater
Was choreographer for the feature "The Duchess and the Dirtwater Fox", starring Goldie Hawn
Reteamed with Ann-Margret, choreographing the NBC country-western themed "Ann-Margret... Rhinestone Cowgirl"
Directed "Mary" (CBS), Mary Tyler Moore's short-lived stab at a comedy-variety series
Was director and choreographer of the Broadway revival of "Peter Pan", starring Sandy Duncan
Worked with figure skating champion Hamill again, as producer and director as well as choreographer of the CBS special "Dorothy Hamill in Romeo & Juliet on Ice"; won Daytime Emmy Award
Directed the turn-of-the-century prep school-set "American Playhouse" (PBS) production "The Prodigious Hickey", "The Little Mermaid" installment of Showtime's "Faerie Tale Theatre" and NBC's fantastical TV-movie "The Incredible Ida Early"
Helmed several episodes of the noirish CBS crime series "Wiseguy"
Directed episodes of "Star Trek: The Next Generation" (syndicated), "21 Jump Street" (Fox) and "Miami Vice" (NBC)
Was director of the TV-movies "Murder in Black & White", an installment of the Janek detective series starring Richard Crenna and "Shattered Dreams" (both CBS), a fact-based look at high society domestic violence
Moved into action-adventure territory as director of the World War II TV-movie "Mission of the Shark" and director and co-producer the San Francisco earthquake drama "Miracle on I-880" (both CBS)
Helmed "Terror on Track 9" (CBS), the next installment of the adventures of New York police detective Frank Janek
Handled high drama as producer and director of the CBS TV-movies "Dying to Love You" and "River of Rage: The Taking of Maggie Keene"
Helmed and produced the Janek entries "The Forget-Me-Not Murders" and "A Silent Betrayal" (both CBS)
Was producer and director of the similarly named but differently themed "Without Consent" (ABC) and "Without Warning" (CBS), a psychiatric hospital-set drama and sci-fi asteroid disaster flick respectively
Produced and helmed the fact-based CBS telepic "It Was Him or Us"
Was producer and director of the short-lived, edgy Fox drama series "Profit"
Directed and produced Fox's action TV-movie "Dark Angel"
Helmed the gripping TV-movie psychodrama "Murder in Mind" for CBS
Received an Emmy nomination for directing the updated, multicultural TV-movie remake "Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella", starring Brandy and Whitney Houston
Made feature directorial debut with the updated "Pygmalion" revisit "She's All That"; first teaming with star Freddie Prinze Jr
Returned to the big screen as helmer of the romantic comedy "Boys and Girls", starring Prinze