Feature debut as co-screenwriter, character creator and star, "It's Pat"
First TV guest shot, "Murphy's Law" (ABC)
Worked as an accountant at a motion picture studio
Feature acting debut, "Gremlins 2: The New Batch"
Feature directorial debut with "God Said, Ha!'"
Appeared at the closing ceremonies of The 1994 Gay Games in her Pat persona at NYC's Yankee Stadium
Cast in Wim Wenders' neo-Western "Don't Come Knocking" written by and starred Sam Shepard
Had co-starring role in The WB sitcom "Maybe It's Me"
Joined cast of the CBS sitcom "George & Leo"
Joined the Los Angeles based improv group The Groundlings where Phil Hartman became her mentor
Premiered one-woman show "God Said, 'Ha!'", a comic look at her life; after Broadway production, show was filmed, turned into a CD and a book
Provided voice for the animated series "Baby Blues" (The WB)
Co-starred in the direct-to-video release "Beethoven's 3rd"
Spent four seasons as an ensemble member on the NBC variety series "Saturday Night Live"
TV-movie debut, "Dinner at Eight" (TNT)
Underwent treatment for cervical cancer while taking care of her dying brother