Cast in the Broadway revival of "Butley" opposite Nathan Lane; earned a Tony award nomination
Reunited with Rosemary Harris in the stage play "Waiting in the Wings"
Starred opposite John Mahoney in the first NYC stage revival of "The Subject Was Roses"
TV debut in a miniseries, "Little Gloria...Happy at Last"
Appeared in regional theaters in US and Canada
Began career with Front Street Theatre in Memphis, Tennessee
Co-starred with Rosemary Harris in the Broadway drama "Pack of Lies"
Debut in a TV-movie, "Die Laughing"
Made Broadway debut in "Present Laughter"
Made TV debut on the CBS soap opera "Search for Tomorrow"
Offered an affecting turn as an abusive adoptive parent in the NBC TV-movie "A Child Lost Forever"
Originated role of Daisy Werthan in stage play, "Driving Miss Daisy"
Played the Widow Douglas in "The Adventures of Huck Finn"
Teamed with Roger Rees in the stage comedy "The Uneasy Chair"
Worked as disc jockey at WGKA-AM in Atlanta, Georgia
Acted in the Off-Broadway play "Kindertransport"
Debut as regular on TV sitcom, "Easy Street"
Had featured role as Margaret, the love interest to Cousin It, in "The Addams Family"
Played the prudish wife of a politician in Christopher Durang's comedy "Sex and Longing"
Served as Director of Drama Tech at Georgia Institute of Technology
Starred in Alfred Uhry's award-winning Broadway play "The Last Night of Ballyhoo"
Starred in the Broadway revival of "The Rivals"; earned a Tony nomination for her role
Succeeded Eileen Atkins in the role of Leonie in "Indiscretions"
Appeared as Harrison Ford's secretary in the remake of "Sabrina"
Cast as Ashley Judd's mother in "Simon Birch"
Cast in "Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde" as Congresswoman Libby Hauser
Earned another Tony Award nomination as featured actress in a musical for "Sunday in the Park with George"
Earned plaudits for her stage work in "Quartermain's Terms"
Essayed the role of the Countess in the play "The Marriage of Figaro"
Feature debut, "Explorers"
First stage role in Shaw's "Heartbreak House"; earned first Tony nomination as featured actress in a play
Moved to New York City
Reprised role of Margaret in the sequel "Addams Family Values"
Starred in the award winning play "A Day in the Death of Joe Egg"