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Although he was best known for his work in comedy, he also appeared in an acclaimed drama, Something About Amelia, about a family devastated by the repercussions of incest, which co-starred his later co-star on Damages, Glenn Close.

He won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Miniseries or Television Movie and was nominated for an Emmy Award.

He was also in a number of commercials, most recognizably as the "Aramis man". Though the show finished last in the ratings in the first season, it was well received by critics.

He made a number of guest appearances in episodic television in the late 1970s and early 1980s, including spots on Laverne and Shirley, B. Ratings slowly but surely improved in 1983 and by 1986 Cheers was one of the top ten shows on TV.

Since 2016, he has played the afterlife "architect" Michael in the NBC sitcom The Good Place.

During his career Danson has been nominated for 15 Primetime Emmy Awards, winning two; ten Golden Globe Awards nominations, winning three; one Screen Actors Guild Award; and one American Comedy Award and has been awarded a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame.

He became interested in drama while attending Stanford University.

Following the cancellation of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, it was announced that his character D. Russell would make a move over to the third spinoff show CSI: Cyber in the second season. He also appeared in The Onion Field (his first film, as the bagpipe playing Officer Ian Campbell), Creepshow, Body Heat, Little Treasure, Just Between Friends, A Fine Mess, Dad, Made in America, Getting Even with Dad and Saving Private Ryan.

Danson appeared on Ken Reid's TV Guidance Counselor podcast on June 25, 2016.

The show had a run of 11 seasons and its finale (May 20, 1993) was watched by 80 million people, becoming the second most watched finale in television history at that time.

It won four Emmy Awards for Outstanding Comedy Series and a Golden Globe for Best Series – Musical or Comedy.