Made professional debut in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at the Royal Court Theatre
Made film debut in "Tom Jones"; directed by her then brother-in-law Tony Richardson and co-starred her mother Rachel Kempson
British TV debut, "The Power and the Glory"
Was company member at London's National Theatre
Breakthrough screen role in "Georgy Girl"; earned Best Actress Oscar nomination; mother had featured role
Broadway debut in Peter Shaffer's "Black Comedy"
Had featured role alongside mother in "The Virgin Soldiers"
Hosted own syndicated TV talk-show, "Not For Women Only"
Played title role in the feature "The Happy Hooker"
Starred in the Broadway production, "Mrs Warren's Profession"; earned a Tony Award nomination
Album recording debut, <i>Make Mine Manhattan</i>
Had a featured role in the NBC miniseries, "Centennial"
Co-starred with Wayne Rogers on the CBS sitcom, "House Calls"; fired from the series, following the birth of her third child
Played high-principled, dedicated English teacher Diana Swanson in the short-lived NBC sitcom, "Teachers Only"
Earned an Emmy nomination as Best Performer in Children's Programming for "The Shooting" (CBS)
Was TV spokesperson for Weight Watchers
Appeared in the acclaimed TV remake of "The Bad Seed" (ABC)
Appeared on Broadway in "Love Letters" with her husband John Clark; also performed the play for the jury in the OJ Simpson case
Co-starred with Jackie Mason in the short-lived ABC series, "Chicken Soup"
Appeared with sister Vanessa and niece Jemma in London stage production of Chekhov's "The Three Sisters"
Co-starred with Vanessa Redgrave in an ABC TV-movie remake of "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?"
Appeared on Broadway in the one-woman play, "Shakespeare For My Father," a living memorial to her father Michael Redgrave; husband John Clark produced and directed; earned a Tony Award nomination
Portrayed Maggie Donnelly in the PBS "Masterpiece Theatre" miniseries, "Calling the Shots"
Replaced Carol Burnett in the Broadway production of "Moon Over Buffalo"
Portrayed Gillian, the woman who weds pianist David Helfgott, played by Geoffrey Rush, in the Scott Hicks directed, "Shine"
Was part of the fine ensemble of Sarah Kernochan's feature directing debut, "Strike!/The Hairy Bird"
Co-starred as Sherilyn Fenn's wealthy mother in the Showtime comedy series "Rude Awakening"
Received acclaim for her performance as filmmaker James Whale's (Ian McKellen) loyal housemaid in "Gods and Monsters"; received a Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination
Acted in the festival-screened "The Simian Line"
Wrote and starred in the stage play "The Mandrake Root"
Featured in David Cronenberg's psychological thriller, "Spider"
Cast as Joanne in the Kennedy Center staging of the musical "Company"
Played Aunt Millicent in the live action adaptation of "Peter Pan"
Had a cameo in "Kinsey," starring Liam Neeson as Alfred Kinsey, a pioneer in the area of human sexuality research
Starred in the revival of W. Somerset Maugham's "The Constant Wife"; earned a Tony nomination for her performance
Appeared in the one-woman play, "Nightingale," based upon her maternal grandmother Beatrice, at Los Angeles' Mark Taper Forum
Featured in the film adaptation of "Confessions of a Shopaholic"