Invited to Hollywood; made U.S. film debut in "The Hucksters"
Appeared as Portia in all-star filming of "Julius Caesar"
Appeared on Broadway in Edward Albee's award-winning, but short-lived play "Seascape"
Cast opposite Cary Grant in romance "An Affair to Remember"
First prominent role in films, Jenny in "Major Barbara"
Had lead in uneven comedy "Prudence and the Pill," co-starring David Niven
Performed on tour in stage melodrama "Gaslight" for British troops in Europe
Performed on tour in the U.S. in "The Day After the Fair"
Played female lead in "King Solomon's Mines"
Played lead of Emma Harte in British miniseries "A Woman of Substance"; syndicated in the U.S.
Recreated stage role from "Tea and Sympathy" in feature version
Reprised role of Emma Harte in syndicated miniseries sequel "Hold the Dream"; final screen performance
Made stage debut in "Harlequin and Columbine"
Toured with stage play "The Last of Mrs. Cheney"
Acted in BBC production of "Three Roads to Rome"
Again played an adulterous wife in film version of Graham Greene's "The End of the Affair"
Began acting career in English repertory theaters
Co-starred in John Huston's version of Tennessee Williams' "The Night of the Iguana"
Delivered fine performance as a middle-aged spinster in "Separate Tables"; earned fifth Academy Award nomination
Portrayed the proper British governess to the children of the monarch of Siam in film version of Rodgers and Hammerstein musical "The King and I"; received third Academy Award nomination; singing voice dubbed by Marni Nixon
Acted on London stage in an adaptation of George Bernard Shaw's "Heartbreak House"; also toured
Co-starred with Mitchum as a married couple operating a sheep ranch in "The Sundowners"; received sixth and last Best Actress Oscar nomination
Made film acting debut in small role of a hatcheck girl in "Contraband"
Played three roles in "The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp"
Made Broadway debut as female lead of "Tea and Sympathy"
Offered perhaps her most memorable performance as the adulterous wife of an army officer in "From Here to Eternity"; received second Best Actress Oscar nomination
Portrayed the governess who may or may not be haunted by spirits in "The Innocents," based on the Henry James novella <i>The Turn of the Screw</i>
Received first of six Best Actress Academy Award nominations for "Edward, My Son"
Made U.S. TVmovie debut in remake of "Witness for the Prosecution" (CBS)
Acted on London stage in "The Corn Is Green"
Cast as a nun on a religious mission in the Himalayas in "Black Narcissus"
Danced in the corps de ballet of Sadler's Wells production of "Prometheus"
Earned fourth Oscar nomination for her turn as a nun stranded on a Pacific Island with an army officer (Robert Mitchum) in "Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison"
Had leading role in "Love on the Dole"
Last features for 16 years, "The Arrangement" and "The Gypsy Moths"
Made one-shot return to feature films with lead role in "The Assam Garden"
Portrayed writer Sheilah Graham in film adaptation of Graham's memoirs "Beloved Infidel"
Reteamed with Robert Mitchum in HBO romance "Reunion at Fairborough"
Starred in film version of "The Chalk Garden"
Starred on London stage in "The Day After the Fair"
Voted one of England's top ten money-making film stars in annual "Motion Picture Herald" exhibitors poll
Received star on Hollywood Walk of Fame