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