Earliest TV appearances include a cameo as herself in the CBS TV-movie, "Country Gold"
First TV hosting duties, "The 21st Annual Academy of Country Music Awards"
Signed by Mercury Records
Starred in and executive produced the sitcom "Reba" for The WB; premiered in fall; earned a Golden Globe (2003) nomination
Starred in CBS TV-movie "Forever Love"
Stayed behind in San Diego after giving a spring concert, suffering from bronchitis; airplane carrying her tour manager and seven members of her band crashed near the border of Mexico
Voiced Betsy the cow in live-action/computer-animated feature film "Charlotte's Web," based on the book by E.B. White
Feature film acting debut, "Tremors"
Left Mercury Records
Made Broadway debut as star of the hit revival of "Annie Get Your Gun"
Signed to star in and executive produce a CBS adaptation of "Annie Get Your Gun"
Worked on the WPRA rodeo circuit for ten years, quarter-horse barrel racing
Grew up on a ranch owned by her father located just outside Kiowa, Oklahoma (population 873)
Made TV acting debut in the two-part NBC TV-movie, "The Luck of the draw: The Gambler Returns", co-starring opposite Kenny Rogers
Received star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (September 18)
Formed and ran company, Starstruck Entertainment, with second husband Narvel Blackstock; began as booking, promotion and management company but later expanded into construction, trucking, travel and publishing concerns
Had featured role as a psychiatrist in the black comedy "One Night at McCool's"
Sang the national anthem at the National Finals Rodeo in Oklahoma City; was heard by Nashville-based songwriter Red Steagall, who convinced McEntire's mother to cut a demo tape
Signed with MCA Records
Popular songs include "Going Out Like That" and "Fancy".