Was cast in a small role in Mike Newell's "Amazing Grace and Chuck" starring Jamie Lee Curtis and Gregory Peck
Had a small role in "Scent of a Woman," starring Al Pacino
Co-starred in "Humboldt County," a film about a community of counterculture pot farmers
Appeared in the film "Rocket Gibraltar" opposite Burt Lancaster and Kevin Spacey
Appeared in the TV-movie, "LBJ: The Early Years" (NBC)
Portrayed Margaret Hyman in Miller's Broadway play "Broken Glass"
Starred as Ophelia Powers in "Catwoman," opposite Halle Berry in the title role
Was cast as Jennifer Westfeldt's mother in "Ira and Abby," a comedy feature written and produced by Westfeldt
Was cast in the Broadway production of "Two Shakespearean Actors"
Essayed the role of Birdie Hubbard in "The Little Foxes"
Had a small role in the CBS TV-movie "The Royal Romance of Charles and Diana"
Joined the acting company at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, California
Played Ann Putman in the film version of "The Crucible" (Miller adapted his play for the screen)
Won acclaim for her performance as Desdemona opposite Raul Julia and Richard Dreyfuss in the Central Park production of "Othello"
Won acclaim for her performance in David Hare's "The Secret Rapture"
Had a recurring role on the comedy-drama series "Casual"
Co-starred with Natalia Dyer in the drama "Mountain Rest"
Again collaborated with Woody Allen for "Another Woman"
Was nominated for a Tony when she reprised her role for the Broadway production of "The Ride Down Mt. Morgan" (again opposite Stewart)
Appeared in New York Shakespeare Festival production of "The Skin of Our Teeth" opposite John Goodman
Was cast as Mrs. Gibbs in the Lincoln Center production of "Our Town"
Essayed the role of Cordelia in The Acting Company production of "King Lear" at American Place Theatre
Played a small role in the Nora Ephron directed "Sleepless in Seattle"
Appeared in her third Woody Allen film, "Crimes and Misdemeanors"
Was cast opposite Claire Danes and Steve Martin in "Shopgirl" (adapted by Martin from his novella)
Made her stage debut in a New York Shakespeare Festival production of "Measure for Measure"
Had an early film role as a Shakespearean actress in Woody Allen's "Manhattan"
Replaced Blythe Danner in the role of Theo, one of Patrick Stewart's two wives, in Miller's Off-Broadway play "The Ride Down Mt. Morgan"
Starred as the matriarch of a family that runs a mortuary in the HBO series "Six Feet Under"; earned four Best Actress Emmy nominations (2002, 2003, 2005 and 2006)
After a six-year absence, returned to the theater in David Greig's "Pyrenees"
Appeared in the first of four Arthur Miller works in "The Last Yankee"
Made her Broadway debut as Jo in Edward Albee's "The Lady from Dubuque"
Co-starred in the feature "Angela," directed by Rebecca Miller (Arthur's daughter)
Played Barney's mom on "How I Met Your Mother"
Voiced Angie Dinkley on "Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated"
Was featured on "American Horror Story"
Played Nathalie Raven on the TV series adaptation of "The Mist"