BUFFALO, NY (WKBW) - He's been acting since he was about 10 years old and now 60 years later he's still at it and enjoying every minute of it.
Richard Dreyfuss was in Buffalo last weekend for the Nickle City Con and entertained an audience at the North Park Theater before a showing of one of his biggest films, Jaws.
His list of movie hits is impressive. Along with Jaws there was Mr. Holland's Opus, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, What About Bob, The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz and The Goodbye Girl, for which he won the Best Actor Oscar, at the time, the youngest to ever receive that award.
From Steven Spielberg to Bill Murray and Oliver Stone, he's had his ups and downs while movie-making.
Richard Dreyfuss sits down with Keith Radford to look back on an amazing career. Watch the entire interview right now.