Farrell voiced Jonathan Kent in the Superman (1996) animated series, with wife Shelley Fabares voicing Martha Kent.
Farrell hosted several "National Geographic Presents" specials, and starred in a number of TV movies, including Memorial Day (which he co-produced); Sex and the Single Parent; Prime Suspect; Choices of the Heart; Private Sessions; Vanishing Act; A Deadly Silence; The Price of the Bride; Incident at Dark River; The Whereabouts of Jenny; and Silent Motive. Farrell and Minoff executive produced two feature films during their partnership, Dominick and Eugene, a 1988 Orion Pictures film which earned actor Tom Hulce a Golden Globe nomination for best actor.
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In 1968, he originated the continuing role of Scott Banning in the NBC soap opera Days of Our Lives.
Tomei's character died during the first episode of the series, but continued to appear as a ghost/memory in vignettes of later episodes. Even before he was well-known, Farrell was an activist for many political and social causes.In 2014 he was a supporting cast member on the Sundance TV Network criminal drama series The Red Road.Most recently, he portrayed Lee Miglin, a real estate baron who fell victim to serial killer Andrew Cunanan, in FX's anthology series American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace. (born February 6, 1939) is an American actor, best known for his role as Captain B. Hunnicutt on the television series M*A*S*H (1975–83).He is also an activist and public speaker for various political causes.She needed surgery, but no Salvadoran doctor dared to help her, so Amnesty International recruited a foreign doctor.