Made stage debut, "His Wife's Children"
Made London West End debut, "The Tragic Muse"
Became a member of the Oxford Repertory Company
Made feature film debut, "Love From a Stranger"
Early TV appearance in the BBC production "Busman's Honeymoon", a Lord Peter Wimsey mystery
First collaboration with the Boulting brothers, "The Guinea Pig"
Began appearing in the "Carry On . . ." film series
Had regular role of the receptionist on the BBC half-hour drama "The Royalty", set in a hotel
Co-starred in the British comedy series "Our Man at St Mark's", playing the housekeeper to a county vicar
Earned praise for her stage role in "A Day in the Death of Joe Egg"
Appeared in the feature film version of "A Day in the Day of Joe Egg" (released theatrically in 1972)
Broadway debut, "Bedroom Farce"; won Tony Award
Played Miss Haversham in TV remake of "Great Expectations" (aired in USA on The Entertainment Channel)
Appeared as Agatha Christie's fictional detective Miss Jane Marple in a series of TV adaptations; aired in the USA from 1986-1989
Reprised role of Miss Marple in made-for-TV movies (aired in USA on A&E in 1990-1993)
Announced retirement from acting
Final film, "Century", directed by Stephen Poliakoff