Stage acting debut, "The Insect Comedy"
Achieved success as a singer at The Lion, a popular gay nightclub in Manhattan's Greenwich Village
First television appearance, "The Tonight Show" (NBC) with host Jack Paar
Made off-Broadway debut in the revue "Another Evening with Harry Stoones"
Made Broadway debut as the secretary Miss Marmelstein in "I Can Get It For You Wholesale"; received a Tony nomination
Put under contract by Columbia Records in October
Released first solo album <i>The Barbra Streisand Album</i>
Breakthrough stage role, played Fanny Brice in "Funny Girl"; received second Tony nomination
Made London stage debut reprising her Broadway success in "Funny Girl"
Made film debut in director William Wyler's adaptation of "Funny Girl"
Starred in the overblown film version of "Hello, Dolly!" directed by Gene Kelly
Formed Barwood Films; first Barwood-produced film, "Up the Sandbox"
Delivered a fine comic turn in "What's Up, Doc?"; first screen teaming with Ryan O'Neal
Appeared opposite Robert Redford in "The Way We Were"; also sang the theme song; earned a Best Actress Oscar nomination
Reprised role of Fanny Brice in the sequel "Funny Lady"
First film as executive producer, "A Star Is Born"; also starred and composed some of the songs
Produced first film "The Main Event"; re-teamed on screen with Ryan O'Neal
Made feature directorial and screenwriting (co-writer) debut with "Yentl"; also produced and played the title role of a woman who poses as a boy to study the Talmud
Returned to theatrical roots with <i>The Broadway Album</i>
Starred as an upper-class woman forced into prostitution and accused of murdering one of her clients in "Nuts"; also served as producer and composer
Directed Oscar-nominated Best Picture "The Prince of Tides"; also starred and served as a producer
Released second recording of theater music <i>Back to Broadway</i>
Received reported $12 million for two concerts in Las Vegas, NV
Headlined landmark multi-city concert tour; concerts were taped and aired first on HBO and in a slightly revised form on CBS
Executive produced Emmy-winning TV movie "Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story" (NBC)
Directed third film "The Mirror Has Two Faces"; also starred, produced, and contributed to the score
Headlined a "farewell" concert tour with concerts in Las Vegas on New Year's Eve 1999 and New Year's Day 2000; aired on Fox in 2001 as "Barbra Streisand ¿ Timeless"
Executive produced Showtime original movie "Frankie and Hazel"
Executive produced a series of PBS specials that aired under the umbrella title "The Living Century"
Served as executive producer of Lifetime lesbian-themed movie "What Makes a Family"
Executive produced Showtime original movie "Varian's War"
Received Grammy nomination for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for <i>The Movie Album</i>
Teamed with Dustin Hoffman to play Ben Stiller's parents in "Meet the Fockers"
Reprised role of Ben Stiller's mother Roz Focker in "Little Fockers"
Compiled previously unreleased tracks into the album <i>Release Me</i>
Co-starred with Seth Rogen as a mother-and-son duo driving cross-country in "The Guilt Trip"; also executive produced