Accompanied Columbus (Gerard Depardieu) in Ridley Scott's sinking ship "1492: Conquest of Paradise"
Co-starred in drama thriller "After The Storm"
Landed bit part as wedding guest in "The Lords of Flatbush"
Debuted off-Broadway opposite Hal Holbrook in Steve Tesich's "Lake of the Woods"
Played Johnny McGee on NBC daytime soap "How to Survive a Marriage"
Portrayed Odysseus in NBC's two-part adaptation of Homer's "The Odyssey"
Starred as plausibly macho and ruggedly sexy Mike Hammer in "I, the Jury"
Co-starred in "Funny Money," a film adaptation of 1994 play written by Ray Cooney
Delivered Emmy-winning performance as reputed Gambino crime boss John Gotti in HBO drama "Gotti"
Had first film success in "Private Benjamin" opposite Goldie Hawn
Played a Cuban skirt-chasing singer in "The Mambo Kings," adapted from Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Oscar Hijuelos <i>Mambo Kings Play Songs of Love</i>
Played Dr. Michael Powers on NBC soap opera "The Doctors"
Portrayed Lesley Ann Warren's contractor husband in opulent six-hour, three-part miniseries "Evergreen" (NBC), based on Belva Plain's romantic bestseller
Made tage debut at Westport Playhouse
Starred in "Citizen Verdict" with Jerry Springer and Roy Scheider
Cast as Mr. Smooth on mystery television series "Push, Nevada" (ABC)
Offered letter-perfect performance as Latin gangster Bobby Texador in Sidney Lumet's "Q & A"
Played a dashing concert violinist in "Unfaithfully Yours"
Portrayed Tybalt in Circle in the Square production of William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet"
Received Emmy and Golden Globe nominations for portrayal of Richard Mansfield in two-part CBS miniseries "Jack the Ripper"
Reteamed with Stallone (from "Lords of Flatbush" and "Paradise Alley" days) for sci-fi actioner "Judge Dredd"
Starred in drama feature "Looking for an Echo"
Acted part of Bugsy Siegel in "The Marrying Man"
Appeared on Broadway in "The Comedians"
First major film, "Paradise Alley"
Moved to Cornwall, NY
Outfitted with long hair, beard, and nifty period garb while playing title role of "Belizaire the Cajun," an independent film depicting persecution of Cajuns by Louisiana land owners in 1850s
Replaced Christopher Reeve in role of imprisoned expatriate Alan Breck Stewart in Family Channel miniseries "Kidnapped," based on Robert Louis Stevenson novel
Reprised Napoleon in ABC romantic miniseries "Napoleon and Josephine"
Returned to Broadway as Emperor Napoleon I in Edward Sheehan's "Kingdoms"
Showed unexpected flair for farce as cop-lawyer targeted for murder by his wife and her lover in film noir spoof "Fatal Instinct"
TV miniseries debut, "Harold Robbins' "The Pirate" (CBS)
Landed recurring guest role on "ER" (NBC)
Played supporting role in Ridley Scott's crime drama "American Gangster"
Cast opposite Colin Farrell in neo-noir crime thriller "Dead Man Down"