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  • (1986) Album: "Heartbeat" (Epic Records)
  • (1989) Album: "Let It Roll" (Epic Records)
  • (1986) TV commercial: Pepsi
  • Album: Song co-lead vocals on the Gregg Allman song "Evidence of Love" from Allma's album "Gregg Allman: I'm No Angel"
  • Album: Sang co-lead vocals (w/Dickey Betts and The Great Southern) on "Bougainvillea" on the Dickey Betts and the Great Southern album "Sparty 1005".
  • Album: Co-wrote (w/Dickey Betts) "Blind Love" and "Can't Take It With You" on The Allman Brothers Band album "Enlightened Rogues".
  • Album: Sang w/Barbra Streisand on "Till I Loved You" and "What Were We Thinking Of" on Streisand's album "Till I Loved You".
  • (1973) Album: Sang "Wait For Me" and "It's Not Over" on the soundtrack for The Harrad Experiment (1973).
  • (1985) Album: Co-wrote (w/Dickey Betts) "Can't Take It With You" on The Allman Brothers Band album "The Allman Brothers Band: Brothers of the Road".
  • (1989) TV commercial: Diet Coke, entitled "The Switch Is On"
  • (2006) Stage: Appeared in "Guys and Dolls" at the Picadilly Theater, London, England.
  • (2010) TV commercial: Appeared as his character "Det. Sonny Crockett" from Miami Vice (1984) in a Nike Footwear commercial starring LeBron James.
  • (early 90s) TV commercial: Bavaria Beer
  • (February 13 to March 9, 1975) He played Ferdinand in Georges Feydeau's play, "A Flea in Her Ear," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Jim Baker (Camille Chandebise); Mary Ed Porter (Antoinette Plucheux); Vaughn McBride (Etinne Plucheux); Haskell Gordon (Dr. Finache); Patricia Pearcy (Lucienne Homenides De Histangua); Vinnie Holman (Raymonde Chandebise); Ray Fry (Victor Emmanuel Chandebise, Poche); Scott Porter (Romain Tournel); Michael Gross (Carlos Homenides De Histangua); Wanda Bimson (Eugenie); Jeffrey Duncan Jones (Augustin Feraillon); Adale O'Brien (Olympe); Bob Burrus (Baptistin) and John Pielmeier (Herr Schwarz) in the cast. Jon Jory was director.
  • (March 13 to April 6, 1975) He played Horace Wells in Carson McCullers' play, "The Ballad of the Sad Cafe," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with William Cain (Narrator/Henry Macy); Scott Porter (Rainey 1); Bob Burrus (Rainey 2); Jim Baker (Stumpy MacPhail); Adale O'Brien (Miss Amelia Evans); John Pielmeier (Cousin Lymon); Mary Ed Porter (Emma Hale); Beverly May (Mrs. Peterson); Jeffrey Duncan Jones (Merlie Ryan); Michael Gross (Marvin Macy); Vaughn McBride (Rosser Cline); Michael Robertson (Henry Ford Crimp) and Linda Herrmann (Henrietta Ford Crimp, Jr.) in the cast. Edward Albee was adapter. Jon Jory was director.
  • (November 13 to December 7, 1975) He played the Delivery Boy in Lanford Wilson's play, "The Hot L. Baltimore," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with John Hancock (Bill Lewis); Pamela Reed (Girl); Beverly May (Millie); John H. Fields (Mr. Bellotti); Adale O'Brien (April Green); Ray Fry (Mr. Morse); Susan Cardwell Kingsley (Jackie); Jeremy Lawrence (Jamie); Bob Burrus (Mr. Katz); Jean De Baer (Suzy); Michael Kevin (Suzy's John, Cab Driver); Eric Booth (Paul Granger III) and Ardeth Pappas (Mrs. Oxenham) in the cast. Charles Kerr was director.
  • (April 8 to May 2, 1976) He played Eddie in Neil Simon's play, "The Sunshine Boys," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Ray Fry (Willie Clark); Jim Baker (Ben Silverman); William Cain (AI Lewis); Dennis Predovic (Patient); Marsha Korb (Nurse) and C.C.H. Pounder (Registered Nurse) in the cast. Clifford Ammon was director.

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