Portrayed Linda McKay, a U.S. Government scientist assisting Kevin Bacon with his research project to unlock the secret of invisibility in Paul Verhoeven's "The Hollow Man"; during filming, Shue injured her Achilles tendon, causing a two-month delay in the shooting
Appeared as Woody Allen's young lover in his star-studded "Deconstructing Harry"
Starred as "Molly", who becomes a genius after an experimental treatment cures her autism but maintains her childlike way of looking at the world; John Duigan directed the picture
Co-starred in the comedy "Soapdish," playing Sally Field's aspiring actress-daughter
First TV-movie, "Double Switch" (ABC)
Played the mother of a teenage hustler in "Mysterious Skin"
Starred alongside Joseph Fiennes and Justin Chambers in "Leo"
Cast as the mother of a teenager in the ABC movie "Oprah Winfrey Presents: Amy and Isabelle"
Played Jenny to Jessica Lange's "Cousin Bette," directed by Des McAnuff
Hilariously played herself as a retired actress in the comedy "Hamlet 2"
Starred in the action thriller "Piranha 3-D"
Was cast opposite Abigail Breslin in the drama "Janie Jones"
Co-starred with Jennifer Lawrence in horror thriller "House at the End of the Street"
Co-starred with Gerard Butler in surfing drama "Chasing Mavericks"
Appeared in a supporting role in the teen comedy "Behaving Badly"
Starred opposite Val Kilmer in "The Saint"
Broke into TV at age 16 playing a chipper, uniformed spokesclerk in the first of a series of 20 national Burger King commercials
Co-produced and starred in "Gracie," a film about a teenage girl with an interest in soccer; partly based on Elisabeth's own experience; produced with her brother Andrew Shue
Made her Broadway debut in "Some Americans Abroad"
Played the regular role of the teenage daughter Jackie Sarnac on the ABC drama series "Call to Glory"
Made her screen debut in "The Karate Kid"
Starred in the hit film comedy "Adventures in Babysitting"
Had her breakthrough screen role as the prostitute Sera in "Leaving Las Vegas"; received Oscar nomination for Best Actress
Played opposite Michael J. Fox as Marty McFly's girlfriend Jennifer in "Back to the Future II", replacing Claudia Wells, who'd essayed the role in "Back to the Future"; Shue reprised the role in "Back to the Future III" (1990)
Starred in the thriller "Hide and Seek" with Robert De Niro and Dakota Fanning
Was cast as a series regular on "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," as a blood spatter expert
Played Priscilla Riggs in sports biopic "Battle of the Sexes"
Co-starred with Bruce Willis and Vincent D'Onofrio in Eli Roth's crime drama "Death Wish"