Co-starred in the Steven Soderbergh-directed "The Limey"
Guest-starred as the high-maintenance mother of Susan (Hatcher) on the ABC drama "Desperate Housewives"
Reportedly was the youngest person ever to be accepted as a member of the Actors Studio
Reteamed with Alan Rudolph as co-star of "Trixie"; screened at the Sundance Film Festival
Starred as Lois Lane in the ABC-TV adaptation of the Broadway musical, "It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's Superman"
Starred as the mom in the Jewish comedy "When Do We Eat?"
Was Mel Brooks' leading lady in "Life Stinks"
Had leading role in NBC miniseries "Evergreen"
Had occasional recurring role on "Will & Grace" (NBC)
Had supporting role in "Secretary" won Special Jury Prize at Sundance
Played her best known feature role, Norma Cassidy, the moll of James Garner in Blake Edward's "Victor/Victoria"; earned Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination
Returned to Broadway as co-star of the musical "Dream: The Johnny Mercer Musical"
Signed to a feature contract by Robert Evans, then president of Paramount
Professional Broadway debut at age 16, "110 in the Shade", the musical version of "The Rainmaker"
TV-movie debut, "Seven in Darkness", a plane crash drama starring Milton Berle
Appeared in crime drama "The Quickie"
Breakthrough role, starring in the CBS-TV adaptation of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Cinderella"
Feature debut, "The Happiest Millionaire", a Disney musical; final film overseen by Walt Disney
Joined the cast of the popular CBS espionage series, "Mission: Impossible" for one season as Dana Lambert
Played recurring role as Christina Applegate's mother on the NBC sitcom "Jessie"
Starred in the critically-drubbed "A Night in Heaven"