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He would eventually serve as a director on the show, as well.
On one episode of Hotel, he invited his future wife Jan Smithers to guest-star on the show as the writers suggested that they develop a storyline for them, as Brolin was going through a difficult divorce at the time.
Actress Connie Sellecca said of Brolin's on-screen chemistry with her on Hotel, "I remember instantly feeling comfortable with Jim, and that's the thing that Jim has as to women, most women, they need to feel safe, and Jim gets that." She also said, "To have him in a different role and have that confidence, it was a wonderful experience." After the show's cancellation, Sellecca continues to be good friends with Brolin.
In 1968, Brolin transferred to Universal Studios, where he auditioned for a co-starring role opposite seasoned actor Robert Young in the popular medical drama Marcus Welby, M. Brolin became widely known for his portrayal of youthful, skilled assistant physician Dr. The chemistry between Young & Brolin clicked, and even came to attract young women for its medical interest throughout the show's run.
As the new decade approached, Brolin starred in both Angel Falls for CBS and Extreme for ABC, although neither matched the popularity of his earlier series. Bill "Raven" Kelly, whose job was to teach young Marines in a special unit, before being promoted to work with a group of talented Marine fighter pilots.
In 1997, Brolin's luck changed with the syndicated television series Pensacola: Wings of Gold. Brolin served as an executive producer and director on the series.
As a young child, he was apparently more interested in animals and airplanes, which he began building and flying when he was 10, than in acting.
As a teenaged filmgoer in the mid-1950s, he was particularly fascinated with actor James Dean, and he began shooting 8 mm films.
Brolin graduated from high school in 1958, and his family was already encouraging him to become an actor like O'Neal.