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