Joined seventh season of ABC's reality competition series "Dancing With The Stars" along with professional partner Corky Ballas
Once again cast opposite Newman in "WUSA"
Played four roles (three sisters and their mother) in TV adaptation of "Twigs" (E!)
Played title role on "Phyllis" (CBS), a spin-off of "Mary Tyler Moore"
Re-teamed with Bogdanovich for period drama "Daisy Miller"
Reprised role of Ruth Popper in Peter Bogdanovich's sequel "Texasville"
Starred opposite Dick Van Dyke in PBS production "Breakfast with Les and Bess"
Again collaborated with Brooks for comedy "History of the World Part I"
Co-starred with Carroll O'Connor in CBS adaptation of Gershwin musical "Of Thee I Sing"
Played famed cardiologist Herman Tarnower's adoring sister in HBO movie "Mrs. Harris"
Played Emily Collins on short-lived NBC sitcom "Walter and Emily"
Played Meryl Streep's mother in Wes Craven's "Music of the Heart"
Portrayed the boozy, former jazz singer and grandmother Evelyn in James L. Brook's "Spanglish"
Starred in Jonathan Demme's low-budget gangster drama "Crazy Mama"
Acted on Broadway in supporting roles in William Inge's "Come Back, Little Sheba" and Shakespeare's "As You Like It"
Co-hosted short-lived CBS magazine program "The Book of Lists"
Played Ms. Frick on short-lived NBC sitcom "The Nutt House"; series created by Mel Brooks
Played recurring role of Sandi Hollinger on ABC series "That Girl"
Replaced Charlotte Rae's character as the den mother on NBC sitcom "The Facts of Life" for its final two seasons
Stepped into Irene Ryan's shoes to play Granny in feature film version of "The Beverly Hillbillies"
Appeared as Parthy, the captain's wife in touring company of "Show Boat"
Appeared regularly on NBC's "The Bob & Ray Show"
Cast as Ruth Martin, Timmy's adoptive mom on fourth season of CBS series "Lassie"
Delivered strong dramatic turn in CBS telefilm "The Migrants"
Landed guest starring role on "Joan of Arcadia" (CBS)
Gave Emmy-winning performance as a middle-aged woman who discovers she's pregnant in ABC movie "A Brand New Life"
Made two guest appearances as Aunt Mooster on CBS series "Promised Land"
Played a nativist painter in an acclaimed touring stage production of "Grandma Moses"; appeared in play on-and-off for over a decade
Played secretary Effie Perrine on NBC detective show "Charlie Wild, Private Detective"
Re-teamed with Mel Brooks for his spoof of Hitchcock films "High Anxiety"
Won title of Miss Chicago; later was one of the finalists in Miss America Beauty Pageant
Cast as Maw Maw on Fox comedy series "Raising Hope"
Featured in ensemble comedy "You Again"
Voiced the grandmother of a prehistoric family in DreamWorks animated comedy "The Croods"
Landed brief role as a prostitute opposite Paul Newman and Robert Redford in "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid"
Landed recurring guest role as Grandma Ida on Fox sitcom "Malcolm in the Middle"
Hosted an advice-to-homemakers radio program while in her mid-teens
Played recurring role of landlady Phyllis Lindstrom on CBS series "Mary Tyler Moore"
Returned to TV as Dot, the title character's eccentric mother on CBS sitcom "The Ellen Show"
Appeared in "The Muppet Movie" as the secretary to a producing mogul (Orson Welles)
Cast in regular role on CBS series "Hold It Please"
Feature film acting debut in noir film "Kiss Me Deadly"
Lent voice to animated feature "The Iron Giant"
Moved to NYC and was chosen by Elia Kazan to be a member of original Actors Studio
Offered brilliant comic turn as Frau Blucher in Mel Brooks' spoof "Young Frankenstein"
Portrayed "the unsinkable" Molly Brown in ABC movie "S.O.S. Titanic"
Made TV debut with semi-regular role on "Actor's Studio" (ABC, CBS)
Received acclaim as a high school gym teacher's wife who embarks on an affair with a teenager in Peter Bogdanovich's "The Last Picture Show"
Inducted into Television Academy Hall of Fame
Played Mrs. Svorski on "Boy Meets World" revival series "Girl Meets World"
Provided the voice of Gallaria on "Creative Galaxy" series
Cast as Zorya Vechernyaya on Bryan Fuller's TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman's critically acclaimed "American Gods" novel