|Guesting on an episode of Wonder Woman.|
|With Ben Gazzara on A Question of Honor, a 1982 telefilm.|
|As Jesse in Staying Alive.|
"Now, as far as Steve… well, to begin with, is he still alive? Poor fellow. He was very handsome, very strong, but he had one or two problems, and I guess coming off the near-superstardom of Staying Alive, it made him… perhaps overvalue his contribution a little bit."
From there, Inwood's career mostly consisted of television guest spots, along with a few supporting parts in telefilms and direct-to-video features. The trail ends after 1997. Did Inwood get too big for his britches or burn bridges, as Rhys-Davies indicates in his quote, leading to his career decline, or did general industry trends make his type unfashionable? Whatever the cause, it's unfortunate that Inwood didn't continue on the path he was on in the early '80s, because his was a face and persona that fit well with the gritty, reality-based NY features and telefilms of that time, and even if he wasn't quite a viable leading man, his talent and versatility should have translated into a more extensive career as a character player.
|With Shawnee Smith in the 1985 television film Crime of Innocence.|