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(1998) TV commercial (voice): Nissan Pathfinder

(1995) TV commercial: AT&T True USA

(1997) TV commercial: Marriot Hotels

(9/2/99) Radio: Monologue / Narrative playing jazz guitarist Eddie Condon, on the public radio program "Riverwalk, Live from the Landing",

(2000) TV commercial: Total cereal

(2001) TV commercial: Glad Cling Wrap

(1979-1982) Hosted a monthly HBO show with wife Anne Meara called "HBO Sneak Preview", an hour long show previewing the HBO program lineup for the following month.

(1997) Appeared in the critically lauded Broadway production of Anton Chekhov's "Three Sisters" with Amy Irving, Lili Taylor and Eric Stoltz.

(2003) Appears with Patton Oswalt on the History Channel's "On The Road" series

(1990s) Radio commercials: Amalgamated Bank (with Anne Meara)

(2003) TV commercial: AOL 9.0

(1996) TV commercials: Nike (as Vincent Lombardi).

(2004) TV commercial: Pizza Hut

Appeared in the video clips used to open and close each concert on the 2004 Rush tour. In the clip appearing at the beginning of the concert, he appears wearing a Rush "2112" T-shirt, asleep in an easy chair, dreaming about Rush. He wakes just in time for the concert to begin. In the clip appearing at the end of the concert, he is raving about some of the songs they played.

(early 1980s) Radio commercials: Blue Nun Wine (with wife Anne Meara)

(1975) Stage: Appeared as "Carmine Vespucci" in "The Ritz" on Broadway. Directed by Robert Drivas. Longacre Theatre: 20 Jan 1975-4 Jan 1975 (400 performances).

(1954) Stage: Appeared as "Mayor Juniper" in "The Golden Apple" on Broadway. Directed by Norman Lloyd. Alvin Theatre: 20 Apr 1954-7 Aug 1954 (125 performances).

(1984) Stage: Appeared as "Artie" in Hurlyburly. Directed by Mike Nichols. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 7 Aug 1984-2 Jun 1985 (343 performances).

(2010) TV Commercial for CapitalOne credit cards

(2011) TV commercials for Capital One Bank.

(1994) Stage: What's Wrong With This Picture? (1994). Appeared as "Sid". Directed by Joe Mantello. Brooks Atkinson Theatre: 8 Dec 1994 - 18 Dec 1994 (12 performances).

(May 25, 1978) Guested on the NYC daytime talk show "Midday Live" and also featured his wife, Anne Meara.

(2012) TV commercial for "Misubishi Electric".

(1993). Stage Play: Three Men on a Horse. Comedy. Written by George Abbott and John Cecil Holm. Musical Director: John Kander. Scenic Design by Marjorie Bradley Kellogg. Directed by John Tillinger. Lyceum Theatre: 13 Apr 1993- 16 May 1993 (39 performances + 24 previews that began on 23 Mar 1993). Cast: Leslie Anderson (as "Gloria"), John Beal (as "The Tailor") [final Broadway role], Danny Burstein (as "Delivery Boy"), Helmar Augustus Cooper (as "Moses"), Joey Faye (as "Harry"), John Franklyn-Robbins (as "Mr. Carver"), David Geist (as "Gus, the Piano Player"), Ellen Greene (as "Mabel"), Julie Hagerty (as "Audrey Trowbridge"), Heather Harlan (as "Hotel Maid"), Dave Johnson (as "Racetrack Announcer"), Jack Klugman (as "Patsy"), Zane Lasky (as "Frankie"), Nora Mae Lyng (as "Sylvia, the Chanteuse"), Tony Randall (as "Erwin Trowbridge"), Jerry Stiller (as "Charlie"), Michael Stuhlbarg (as "Al/Radio Announcer"), Ralph Williams (as "Clarence Dobbins"). Understudies: Andrew Bloch (as "Charlie/Harry, Patsy"), Danny Burstein (as "Al/The Tailor"), Edmund C. Davys (as "Clarence Dobbins/Erwin Trowbridge/Mr. Carver"), Rand Mitchell (as "Moses/The Tailor"), Margery Murray (as "Audrey Trowbridge/Mabel") and Michael Stuhlbarg (as "Delivery Boy/Frankie"). Produced by National Actors Theatre (Tony Randall, Founder and Artistic Advisor. Michael Langham, Artistic Advisor).

(August 4, 1997-August 16,1997) He acted in Anne Meara's play, "After-Play," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Jane Powell and Anne Meara in the cast.

(1994) He acted in James Sherman's play, "Beau Jest," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Estelle Harris and Amy Stiller in the cast.

(1976) He acted in the play, "Three on a Runway," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Vivian Blaine in the cast.

(1974) He acted in Neil Simon's play, "Prisoner of Second Avenue," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Anne Meara in the cast. Jeremiah Morris was director.

(1976) He acted in Murray Schisgal's play, "Luv," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Anne Meara in the cast. Harvey Medlinsky was director.

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