First film appearance, as a baby in the crowd at the finale of "Easter Parade", starring Judy Garland and Fred Astaire
Made second film appearance in "In the Good Old Summertime", playing her mother's daughter at the end of the film
Began making guest appearances as a variety performer on TV series and specials
Stage debut in summer stock production of "Wish You Were Here" (Hyannisport, MA)
Toured in "The Diary of Anne Frank"
Off-Broadway debut in revival of "Best Foot Forward"
Made frequent appearances on her mother's CBS variety series, "The Judy Garland Show"
Released first solo album, "Liza! Liza!"
First starring role in a TV special, "The Dangerous Christmas of Red Riding Hood"
Broadway debut, "Flora, the Red Menace"
Film acting debut, "Charlie Bubbles"
First TV special as headliner, "Liza With a Z"
Had one of her best screen roles as Sally Bowles in "Cabaret"; won Academy Award as Best Actress
Assumed the role of Roxie Hart in the Broadway production of "Chicago", replacing an ailing Gwen Verdon
Directed by her father Vincente Minnelli in "A Matter of Time", co-starring Ingrid Bergman
Starred opposite Robert De Niro in Martin Scorsese's "New York, New York"
Co-starred in the Broadway musical "The Act"; directed by Scorsese
Cast as the leading lady to Dudley Moore in the comedy "Arthur"
Co-starred with Chita Rivera in the Broadway musical "The Rink"
Made TV dramatic debut in telefilm "A Time to Live"
Toured with Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis Jr
Underwent hip replacement surgery
Co-starred with Shirley MacLaine in the CBS TV-movie "The West Side Waltz"
Released first studio album in years "Gently"
Replaced Julie Andrews in Broadway production of "Victor/Victoria" for one month
Underwent throat surgery
Returned to live performing with a limited run at Broadway's Palace Theater in "Minnelli on Minnelli", a concert paying tribute to her father
Underwent second surgery for hip replacement
In October, hospitalized with encephalitis
Reportedly once again underwent back and hip surgery
Announced European tour commencing in April
Appeared as a recurring character on Fox's "Arrested Development" as Lucille Austero, the lover of Buster Bluth and his brother GOB Bluth
Returned to the NY stage in her headlining show "Liza's at the Palace"
Earned a Grammy nomination for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for <i>Liza's at The Palace</i>
Cast as an outrageous drama teacher in the ABC sitcom, "Ugly Betty"
Made a memorable cameo (as herself) in "Sex and the City 2," performing a cover of Beyonce's "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)"