1934 – He was born on the 13th day of February of this year in Great Neck, Long Island, New York.
1955 – He graduated at the Columbia University on this year; the amiable, wavy-haired leading man is equally at home in drama and comedy, although he is more often seen in the latter.
1960 – He appeared in several nondescript films in the early of this year.
1972 – He played an inept burglar in this year comedy The Hot Rock with Robert Redford, a comically unfaithful husband in A Touch of Class and a midlife crisis victim in “Blume in Love”.
1970 – He was so appealing that too often he was asked to carry a film on his charm alone, especially in this year.
1974 – He is also an accomplished banjo player; in this year, he played in "A Touch of Ragtime", an album with his band, the Imperial Jazz band.
1993 – After relatively inactive in the 80’s, he bounced back as the sleazy father of Kirstie Alley’s baby in Look Who’s Talking, and in this year’s sequel Look Who’s Talking Now.