Co-starred in a pilot for an action series called "The Insider". The plot revolved around Hollywood press agent Dan Castle and his efforts to aid his clients with their problems.
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[Who cursed one critic vehemently, called critics in general, jerks]: I concluded too many of you don't know what you're doing.
Was so displeased with CBS's axing of Archie Bunker's Place
(1979) in 1983, without a chance to film an actual series finale, that he vowed to never work for the network again. (Nonetheless, his late-1980s NBC series, In the Heat of the Night
(1988) later moved to CBS in 1992.)
Played the roles that reflected upon liberalism or aggressiveness.