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From 2005 to 2017, he had a recurring role in the Fox TV series Bones as Max, O'Neal attended University High School in Los Angeles, and trained there to become a Golden Gloves boxer.During the late 1950s, his father had a job writing on a television series called Citizen Soldier, and moved the family to Munich, where O'Neal attended Munich American High School.In Germany, O'Neal was struggling at school so his mother pulled some favors and got him a job as a stand-in on a show being shot in the area, Tales of the Vikings.O'Neal worked on it as an extra and stuntman and got the acting bug.O'Neal attended University High School, and trained there to become a Golden Gloves boxer.During the late 1950s, Blackie O'Neal had ajob writing on a Television series called and moved the family to Munich, Germany, where Ryan attended Munich American High School.
He later found success in films, most notably Paper Moon (1973), Stanley Kubrick's Barry Lyndon (1975), A Bridge Too Far (1977), and Love Story (1970), for which he received Academy Award and Golden Globe nominations as Best Actor.
Fortunately the failed series boasted one bright spot for O’Neal – working alongside his longtime lover, ‘70s icon, Farrah Fawcett, with the two playing co-anchors.
For the rest of the nineties, he showed up as a wealthy pinstripe-clad business type in several TV and film roles – most memorably, the quirky independent film, (ABC, 2004- ).
In the modest box office hit, he delivered a fine portrayal of a Hollywood director and father coping with divorce, starring opposite Shelley Long and a young Drew Barrymore.
O’Neal returned to television in 1991 for the short-lived CBS sitcom, .
He later found success in films, most notably Love Story (1970), for which he received Academy Award and Golden Globe nominations as Best Actor, Peter Bogdanovich's What's Up, Doc?