- TV commercial: DirecTV in which he parodied his character in The Apostle (1997) (2004).
- Wait Until Dark (1966). Drama. Written by Frederick Knott. Scenic Design by George Jenkins. Costume Design by Ruth Morley. Directed by Arthur Penn. Ethel Barrymore Theatre (moved to The Shubert Theatre from 11 Jul 1966 to 1 Oct 1966, then moved to The George Abbott Theatre from 3 Oct 1966 to 26 Nov 1966 then moved to The Music Box Theatre 28 Nov 1966 to close): 2 Feb 1966 to 31 Dec 1966 (374 performances + 7 previews). Cast: Lee Remick (as "Susy Hendrix"), Robert Duvall (as "Harry Roat Jr."), Val Bisoglio, James Congdon, Julie Herrod, William Jordan (as "Policeman"), Richard Kuss, Mitchell Ryan (as "Mike Talman"). Produced by Fred Coe. Standby: Dixie Marquis (as "Susy Hendrix"). Replacement actors: Michael Ebert (as "Policeman"), James Tolkan (as "Harry Roat Jr."). Produced in association with Hiller Productions Ltd. Note: Produced by Warner Bros. as Wait Until Dark (1967) starring Audrey Hepburn (in the role originated by Ms. Remick).
- Stage: Appeared in "The Midnight Caller" on Broadway, 1960s.
- (1965) Stage: Appeared (as "Eddie Carbone") in "A View from the Bridge" written by Arthur Miller and directed by Ulu Gosbard on Broadway.
- (2009) TV commercial for Kellogg's (voice)
- (January 25, 1960) Starred in the special television production from the Institute of Human Relations titled, "Destiny's Tot" with Alexander Scourby.
- (2016) TV commercial for e-trade with Kevin Spacey.
- (September 2016) Narrated a featurette for Turner Classic Movies' "Star of the Month" Gene Hackman. It aired several times during the month.