Appeared in first Louis L'Amour Western "The Shadow Riders" (CBS); starred opposite Elliott
Film acting debut in "Shenandoah"
Joined San Francisco Workshop; appeared in "The Devil's Disciple" at The Balcony Theater (date approximate)
Played probably her best known role, Etta Place, opposite Paul Newman and Robert Redford in George Roy Hill's "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid"
Reprised the role of Etta Place in the ABC movie "Wanted: The Sundance Woman" (retitled "Mrs Sundance Rides Again")
Starred in the sci-fi horror film, "The Stepford Wives"
TV acting debut, an episode of the NBC series "Sam Benedict"
Co-starred in the indie film, "Eye of the Dolphin"
Co-starred with Elliott in "Murder in Texas", an NBC miniseries
Earned a Golden Globe for her role as the prostitute daughter of Jewish refugees in "Voyage of the Damned"
Nominated for an Oscar as Best Suporting Actress for her performance as Elaine Robinson in "The Graduate"
Acted opposite Redford in "Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here", blacklisted director Abraham Polonsky's first film in 21 years
Starred opposite future husband Sam Elliott in "The Legacy"
Co-wrote and starred in the TNT movie "Conagher"; fifth TV project with Elliott
Had featured role in "Home Before Dark"; screened at film festivals
Had regular role as Francesca Scott Colby Hamilton in the ABC primetime soap opera "The Colbys"
Played a psychiatrist treating the title character (Jake Gyllenhaal) in cult film, "Donnie Darko"