Broadway debut in "The Cobra"
Former Lion Theater on West 42nd Street in New York (Theater Row) renamed the Judith Anderson Theater
Played Lady Macbeth on "Hallmark Hall of Fame"
Returned to Broadway to star as "Medea" at the City Center
Stage debut in "A Royal Divorce" at the Theater Royal in Sydney, Australia
Starred on stage in title role of "Hamlet" at Carnegie Hall in New York
Went to Hollywood with a letter of introduction to Cecil B DeMille, who rejected her for the movies
Again played Lady Macbeth on a "Hallmark Hall of Fame" broadcast
Appeared on TV's "Light's Diamond Jubilee"
Featured in a regular role on TV soap opera, "Santa Barbara"
New York stage debut (Broadway stock) at the 14th Street Theatre
Starred on Broadway in landmark production of "Medea" (which ran 214 performances), adapted specifically for Anderson from Euripides's drama by poet Robinson Jeffers; followed Broadway run with an eight-month coast to coast tour
Entertained US Armed Forces overseas during WWII
Film debut, "Blood Money"
Hospitalized in Santa Barbara with a stroke (August)
London stage debut, "Macbeth" at the Old Vic
Narrated feature, "Impure Thoughts"
Played the nurse in a Broadway revival of "Medea"; production broadcast on PBS (1983)
Toured Australia with an American stock company