Co-founded the producing organization Theater Inc.
Final screen appearance as Goldie Hawn's mother in the thriller "Deceived"
Played Louisa Beauchamp on the short-lived ABC primetime serial drama, "King's Crossing"
Ran her own radio program on station WMCA in NYC during WWII
Co-starred in NBC miniseries "People Like Us"
Played Rose Kennedy in the CBS miniseries "Robert Kennedy and His Times"
Returned to feature films with "Network"; won Best Supporting Actress Oscar
Co-starred in TV version of "The Borrowers" (NBC)
Feature film debut, "Phone Call from a Stranger"
Had recurring role on the NBC soap "Santa Barbara"
Last feature film for twelve years, "The Young Lovers"
Made Broadway debut in "Bitter Oleander"
Made recurring appearances as the Queen Mother (of Paradise Island) on the ABC adventure-fantasy series, "Wonder Woman"
Played Elizabeth Proctor in the Broadway premiere of Arthur Miller's "The Crucible"; won Tony Award
Played Emmaline Hacker, the butler's wife, on the short-lived CBS primetime serial drama, "Beacon Hill"
Played Mrs. Phillips on the long-running CBS daytime drama, "Love of Life"
Produced a series of children's plays, including "Who Am I?"
Was a panelist on the game show, "One Minute Please"