Misrepresented her experience to get signed to a modeling agency
Lived and worked in Paris; became Charles Aznavour's assistant
Encouraged to act by Aznavour, took a six-week acting course
Returned to the US; became involved with 1960s counterculture
Signed to a long-term contract with Universal Studios
TV acting debut, playing Peggy Maxwell in the NBC TV-movie "Fame Is the Name of the Game"
Made feature debut in "P.J." opposite George Peppard
Re-teamed with Peppard for "What's So Bad About Feeling Good?"; also starred Mary Tyler Moore
Series regular debut, reprising role of Peggy Maxwell for NBC's "Name of the Game"
Played the recurring role of Charlotte 'Chuck' Brown, a kooky thief on the ABC series "It Takes a Thief"
Played Sally, the wife of the San Francisco police commissioner (Rock Hudson) in NBC's "McMillan and Wife"; left the series in 1976 over a contract dispute
First feature lead, opposite Peter Fonda in "Outlaw Blue"
Co-starred with George Hamilton in the successful vampire comedy, "Love At First Bite"
First screen pairing with Jane Curtain in the comedy feature, "How to Beat the High Cost of Living"
Returned to series TV, playing Kate McArdle opposite Jane Curtin in the comedy series "Kate & Allie" (CBS); received three Emmy Award nominations for her role
Portrayed herself on an episode of NBC's "Tattingers"
Bought WZBG-FM radio station in Litchfield County, CT and debuted as morning news and public affairs reporter
Guest-starred on the ABC sitcom, "The Drew Carey Show"; series starred niece, Christa Miller
Played a defense attorney on an episode of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (NBC)
Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (June)