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Born: February 18, 1950 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Memphis, Tennessee, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1958:
Began singing in church choirs at age eight (date approximate)
1966:
Began to study music
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Voted Miss Teenage Memphis
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Worked as model after unsuccessful bid for Miss Teenage America
1968:
Named "Model of the Year"
1971:
Cast as lead in "The Last Picture Show" after Polly Platt, wife of director Peter Bogdanovich, spotted her on the cover of <i>Glamour</i> magazine; created signature role of Jacy Farrow
1972:
Co-starred as the object of Charles Grodin's affection in "The Heartbreak Kid"
1974:
Released debut album, "Cybill Does It . . . To Cole Porter"
1976:
Played a politician's aide who catches the attention of Robert De Niro's Travis Bickle in "Taxi Driver"
1977:
Stage debut, "A Shot in the Dark"
1978:
TV acting debut, "A Guide For the Married Woman"
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Left Los Angeles for Memphis in late 1970s; worked in theater
1979:
Last film appearance for a decade, "The Lady Vanishes"
1982:
Returned to Los Angeles and starred in TV series, "The Yellow Rose"
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Founded Shoal's Creek, Inc. production company
1984:
Starred as Maddie on popular TV detective comedy series, "Moonlighting"
1985:
Debut in a miniseries, "The Long Hot Summer"
1987:
Signed long-term contract as spokeswoman for L'Oreal
1989:
Returned to feature films after a 10-year absence to star in "Chances Are"
1990:
Reprised her signature role of Jacy Farrow in the sequel "Texasville", directed by Bogdanovich
1992:
Debut as executive producer and co-writer (with Larry McMurtry and Susan Rhinehart) of TV-movie, "Memphis"
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Executive produced and starred in CBS sitcom "Cybill"
1998:
Signed contract to write an autobiography
2000:
Published memoirs "Cybill Disobedience"
2000:
Portrayed a middle-aged lounge singer in "Marine Life"; screened at Toronto Film Festival
2000:
Hosted the syndicated talk show "Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus"; replaced in early 2001
2003:
Portrayed Martha Stewart in the TV movie, "Martha, Inc.: The Story of Martha Stewart" (NBC)
2004:
Had a recurring role on the ABC comedy, "8 Simple Rules... for Dating My Teenage Daughter"
2005:
Once again played Martha Stewart in the TV movie, "Martha Behind Bars"
2007:
Joined the cast of Showtime's lesbian-themed drama "The L Word," in its fourth season

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