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  • (January 1, 1968) Publication of the book, "An Exaltation of Larks," written by James Lipton, with Samuel N. Antupit (designer), by Grossman Publishers, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA. (no ISBN).
  • (1951) Radio: Got his start on "The Guiding Light" soap opera. He first aired as Dr. Dick Grant on March 16, 1951.
  • (1942) Radio: Became the first actor to play the Lone Ranger's nephew Dan Reid on the long-running series, "The Lone Ranger".
  • (2007) TV commercial: GEICO auto insurance
  • (2009) TV commercial: DirecTV satellite television service
  • (October 18, 2007) Publication of his book, "Inside Inside," by Dutton Adult, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA (ISBN-13: 978-0525950356 and ISBN-10: 0525950354).
  • (2011) TV public service announcement for the nonprofit Hearts United for Animals, an animal welfare organization.
  • (December 2011 - February 2012) TV Commercial for Toyota Camry - playing "Himself - Movie Tickets."
  • (October 2012) Presidential and Vice-Presidential Debate Analyst and panel guest on MSNBC.
  • (January 25, 1994) Publication of his book, "An Exaltation of Romance and Revelry," by Villard Books (an imprint of Random House), Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA (ISBN-13: 978-0679418726 and ISBN-10: 0679418725).
  • (June 1, 1993) Publication of his book, "An Exaltation of Business and Finance," by Villard Books (an imprint of Random House), Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA (ISBN-13: 978-0679418696 and ISBN-10: 0679418695).
  • (November 2, 1993) Publication of his book, "An Exaltation of Home and Family," by Villard Books (an imprint of Random House), Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA (ISBN-13: 978-0679418719 and ISBN-10: 0679418717).
  • (April 1, 1981) Publication of his book, "Mirrors," by St. Martins Press, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA (ISBN-13: 978-0312534387 and ISBN-10: 0312534388).
  • (August 11, 2014) Appeared on MSNBC, by telephone, as an analyst and to opine about the death of his friend Robin Williams by suicide 4.5 hours earlier.
  • (April 12, 1978 - April 23, 1978) "The Mighty Gents," original drama; written by Richard Wesley; incidental music by Peter Link; produced by James Lipton; directed by Harold Scott; with Dorian Harewood (portraying Frankie); Howard E. Rollins Jr. (portraying Braxton); Morgan Freeman (portraying Zeke); Frank Adu (portraying Father); Starletta DuPois (portraying Rita); Richard Gant (portraying Eldridge); Brent Jennings (portraying Tiny); and Mansoor Najee-ullah (as Mansoor Najee-Ullah) (portraying Lucky) in the cast; on Broadway at the Ambassador Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA (16 total performances, including 7 previews beginning April 12, 1978)

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