Series of TV commercials for Mazda 929 automobiles.
3 Print Biographies |
3 Interviews |
2 Articles |
1 Pictorial |
2 Magazine Cover Photos |
6' 2" (1.88 m)
Did You Know?
I'm a Spencer Tracy
-type actor. His idea was to be on time, know your words, hit your marks and tell the truth. Most every actor tries to make it something it isn't looks for the easy way out. I don't think acting is that difficult if you can put yourself aside and do what the writer wrote.
In the four years (1985-1989), he was the TV and radio commercial spokesman for Mazda cars, he was reportedly paid $1 million per year, plus one Mazda vehicle of his choice per year. He chose three Mazda RX-7's and one Mazda truck, all of which he was known to drive frequently.
His voice was heard at the beginning of every episode of The Rockford Files
(1974) on the outgoing message for Jim Rockford's answering machine.
"Slick" - as a teen