Appeared opposite Michael Moriarty in "Find Your Way Home" on Broadway; earned third Tony Award nomination
Cast as a reluctant source in "All the President's Men"; earned second Oscar nomination as Supporting Actress
Co-starred with Henry Fonda in the Broadway play "First Monday in October"; earned fourth Tony Award nomination
Executive produced and starred in the PBS drama "A Marriage: Georgia O'Keefe and Alfred Stieglitz"
First feature film as co-executive producer, "Square Dance"; also starred
Made feature debut reprising her stage role for "The Great White Hope"; earned first Oscar nomination as Best Actress
Played Hedda Hopper to Elizabeth Taylor's Louella Parsons in the CBS TV-movie "Malice in Wonderland"
Played the title role of Catherine Sloper in the Broadway revival of "The Heiress"
Produced and starred in the CBS TV-movie "Calamity Jane"
Reprised role for the ABC movie sequel, "Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years"
Made stage debut as a child in "Treasure Island" in Boston, MA
Starred on Broadway in the comedy "6 Rms Riv Vu"; received second Tony Award nomination
Starred opposite Nigel Hawthorne in the Broadway production of "Shadowlands"
Acted with the Charles Playhouse, Boston
Co-starred with Vanessa Redgrave in the CBS TV-movie "Playing for Time"
Had small role as Matthew Broderick's mother in "Glory"
Played the neighbor in "Kramer vs. Kramer"; earned a Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination
Portrayed Annie Sullivan in William Gibson's stage sequel "Monday After the Miracle"
Resumed feature acting career as Nurse Edna in the film adaptation of John Irving's "The Cider House Rules"
Cast in an Emmy award winning role as FDR's overbearing and negatively-minded mother, Sara Roosevelt in the HBO Films original movie "Warm Springs"
Cast in Robert Benton's ensemble drama "Feast of Love"
Co-starred with Nicole Kidman in "Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus"
Guest starred in a two-part crossover "Law & Order" and "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (NBC); both directed by husband Ed Sherin; received Emmy nomination
Headlined "The Cherry Orchard" at the McCarter Theater in Princeton, NJ
Made first TV episodic appearance in "NYPD" (ABC)
Made television debut in PBS' "Repertory Theatre: St. Patrick's Day"
Starred on Broadway in "The Sisters Rosensweig" by Wendy Wasserstein; received fifth Tony nomination
Portrayed Eleanor Roosevelt opposite Edward Herrmann as Franklin D. Roosevelt in the ABC biographical drama "Eleanor and Franklin"
Was a member of the Arena Stage acting company in Washington, DC
Earned second Oscar nomination as a mother who survives a nuclear bomb in the film "Testament"
Made Broadway debut in "The Great White Hope"
Played Paul Dano's mother in the independent comedy "Gigantic"
Played the title role in "Hedda Gabler" at the Hartman Theatre in Boston
Returned to Broadway in "Honour"; received sixth Tony Award nomination (fifth as Actress in a Play)
TV-movie acting debut in "Welcome Home, Johnny Bristol" (CBS)
Appeared in McG directed "Terminator Salvation" opposite Christian Bale
Portrayed HM Queen Elizabeth II in The Hallmark Channel TV-movie "William & Catherine: A Royal Romance"
Cast opposite Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz in "Dream House"