Appeared as a panelist on "It's News to Me", a CBS gameshow about current events
Appeared as Amy March in a live TV production of "Little Women" on "Ford Theatre" (CBS)
Appeared in the national tour of "Steel Magnolias" as Clairee
Debut as a TV series regular, joined the cast of the CBS series "Lassie" as Ruth Martin, half of the childless couple that adopted the orphaned Timmy (Jon Provost)
Hosted "The Story of Lassie", a PBS documentary special
Joined the cast of the longrunning CBS sitcom "Petticoat Junction" as Dr. Janet Craig for the last two seasons of its seven year run
Returned to features after nearly 20 years to play a supporting role in "Deadly Games/Who Fell Asleep?", a mystery feature (shelved until 1983)
Served as a substitute hostess on NBC's "Home"
Appeared as a recurring player on the dramatic anthology series, "The US Steel Hour" (first on ABC and subsequently on CBS)
Appeared in recurring roles on the primetime soaps, "Knots Landing" and "The Colbys"
Featured in a significant supporting role in Vincente Minnelli's "Meet Me in St. Louis"
First starring role in a film, "She Wolf of London"
Made feature debut at age 12 (with her parents), "A Christmas Carol"
Made stage debut at age eight (date approximate)
Played a supporting role in "Butterfly", an infamous Pia Zadora vehicle ostensibly adapted from James M. Cain's novel
Stage debut, "Peter Ibbetson", at NYC's Metropolitan Opera House
Appeared as a panelist on "Who Said That?" (first on NBC, later on ABC), a live gameshow based on quotations from the news
Appeared as Ruth Martin in "Lassie's Greatest Adventure", a theatrical feature comprised of four edited TV episodes
Began appearing in the recurring role of Maria Ramirez on the popular daytime soap "General Hospital"
Miniseries acting debut, "Loose Change", an NBC drama
Portrayed Maureen Robinson on CBS's sci-fi adventure-comedy series "Lost in Space"
Provided a voice for "The Critic", an animated sitcom
Provided the voice of Martha Day in the children's animated historical series "These Are the Days"
TV-movie debut, "But I Don't Want to Get Married!"
Appeared as a panelist in the pilot for "Password", the popular word gameshow
Appeared in "The New Lassie", a syndicated revival
Broadway debut, played Janet in "For Love or Money"; won several awards for the performance including the Tony for Best Debut, Theatre World and Woman of the Year in Drama from the Associated Press
First female lead in a film, "Son of Lassie"
Hosted "The Fantasy Worlds of Irwin Allen", a two-hour documentary special on the Sci-Fi Channel
Provided a voice for "Pound Puppies", an animated children's series