Appeared as herself in comedy feature "Connie and Carla"
Last feature film appearance for nearly 20 years: served as one of the narrators of the popular musical compilation film "That's Entertainment!"
Starred in first TV-movie, "Sadie and Son" (CBS)
Appeared on stage in "Stars of Tomorrow" at the Bliss-Hayden Theater in Los Angeles, CA
Created and starred in own exercise video "Do It Debbie's Way"; released second exercise video "Couples (Do It Debbie's Way)" in 1988
Embroiled in press scandal when it came out that Elizabeth Taylor was romantically involved with husband Eddie Fisher
First began doing nightclub work
Hosted own TV special "And Debbie Makes Six"
Signed with Warner Bros.; appeared fleetingly in a bit part in "June Bride"
Debbie Reynolds Hotel and Casino sold at auction; retained contents of Hollywood Museum
Hosted "Movie Memories with Debbie Reynolds" (AMC), where she introduced Hollywood films of yore, and talked with the stars after the film ended; series also marked producing debut
Made cameo appearance as herself in the drama feature "The Bodyguard"
Performed in "Two Weeks with Love"; duet with Carleton Carpenter became a hit song much-associated with both, "Aba Daba Honeymoon"
Played the title role of Annie Oakley in productions of the musical "Annie Get Your Gun" staged in Los Angeles and San Francisco
Toured nationally with a production of "The Unsinkable Molly Brown"
Turned down role of Bobbie in Mike Nichols drama "Carnal Knowledge"; role played by Ann-Margret
Returned as one of the hosts of the compilation documentary feature "That's Entertainment III," revisiting the days of the classic MGM musical
Hosted first TV variety special "A Date With Debbie"
Made annual exhibitors' poll of Top 10 box office stars two years in a row, placing fifth both years
Opened the Debbie Reynolds Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, NV, which she bought around 1991 and renovated for several years; also opened the Hollywood Movie Museum, filled with Hollywood artifacts she collected for years; regularly performed her nightclub act at the theater inside the complex
Played recurring guest role as the title character's mother Alice Farrell on NBC's "Jennifer Slept Here," starring Ann Jillian
Received second star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (January); award originally approved in 1987, but was not bestowed for ten years
Returned to Broadway to take over lead role in musical version of "Woman of the Year," previously played by Lauren Bacall and Raquel Welch
Starred as Sydney Chase on short-lived ABC comedy-drama anthology series "Aloha Paradise"
Stopped acting on a near-exclusive basis for MGM; maintained some contractual arrangements with the studio and worked there occasionally through the mid 1960s, but also began freelancing
Co-starred in ABC movie "These Old Broads" alongside Shirley MacLaine, Elizabeth Taylor, and Joan Collins; co-written by daughter Carrie Fisher and Elaine Pope
Starred in Disney Channel Original Movie "Halloweentown"
Reprised role in "Halloweentown High" (Disney Channel)
Made third appearance in Disney Channel's "Return to Halloweentown"
Feature acting debut, "The Daughter of Rosie O'Grady"
Starred in first TV series, the NBC sitcom "The Debbie Reynolds Show"; also performed theme song; played role of Debbie Thompson
Acted in first feature lead and recorded original soundtrack album for "Singin' in the Rain"
Landed recurring role as Grace's (Debra Messing) overbearing mom on hit NBC sitcom "Will & Grace"
Received an Oscar nomination as Best Actress for "The Unsinkable Molly Brown"
Last acting role in a feature film for over 20 years, "What's the Matter with Helen?"
Returned to features to play a supporting role in Oliver Stone's "Heaven and Earth"
Starred in one-woman performance "The Debbie Reynolds Show" at the London Palladium
First leading role in a feature in 25 years, cast by Albert Brooks in title role of "Mother"
First starring vehicle not made at MGM, "Susan Slept Here"; made on loan-out to RKO
Had No. 1 hit single on pop charts with the song "Tammy" from the film "Tammy and the Bachelor"; topped the singles charts for five weeks
Provided the voice of Charlotte for the animated feature "Charlotte's Web"
Appeared as regular performer on variety series "The Eddie Fisher Show" (NBC)
Signed by MGM; impersonated 1920s singing star Helen Kane in her first MGM film "Three Little Words"
Starred on Broadway in a revival of the musical "Irene"
Returned to features in big screen adaptation of "One for the Money," based on Janet Evanovich's novel and starring Katherine Heigl as bounty hunter Stephanie Plum
Released memoir <i>Debbie: My Life</i>
Voiced the recurring character Nana Possible on animated series "Kim Possible"
Appeared as Frances Liberace in TV biopic "Behind the Candelabra"
Appeared with daughter Carrie Fisher in an HBO documentary about their relationship, "Bright Lights: Starring Debbie Reynolds & Carrie Fisher"