Began battle against ovarian cancer
Completed work on two features, "Camilla" (her last film with Cronyn) and "Nobody's Fool", released posthumously
First feature film in 11 years, "Butley", starring Alan Bates
Last stage work, "The Petition", opposite Hume Cronyn
Starred as Liz Marriott on own US TV series (opposite Hume Cronyn), "The Marriage", a short-lived comedy-drama which aired on NBC
Won Best Actress Oscar for her crusty Southern matron in "Driving Miss Daisy"
Broadway debut in "The Matriarch," Longacre Theatre
Collapsed onstage during a performance of "Foxfire" in Los Angeles due to a cardiovascular problem
London stage debut in "The Rumor"
Met Hume Cronyn when she returned to NY stage in "Jupiter Laughs" with Alexander Knox
Played breakthrough role of Manuela in a production of Christa Winsloe's play, "Children in Uniform"
Played Ophelia opposite John Gielgud in the title role of a British production of "Hamlet"
Underwent major surgery for her cancer
US TV debut in "Portrait of a Madonna"
British film debut in "The Indiscretions of Eve"
Decided to move to America with WWII impending and her marriage to actor Jack Hawkins ending; left England with daughter Susan but was only allowed to take ten pounds out of the country; found it difficult to find work acting for a time; considered giving up career
First acted opposite Hume Cronyn onstage, "The Fourposter"
First feature film role opposite Hume Cronyn in 35 years, "Honky Tonk Freeway"; was also first film she made since "Butley"
Joined the Birmingham Repertory Company
Last film released during her lifetime, "Used People"
Made British stage debut in a small Soho theater, as Sara Manderson in "The Manderson Girls"
Made US film debut in support of Spencer Tracy in "The Seventh Cross"; also marked first feature film in which she acted with husband Hume Cronyn
Played a leading role in one of her last British films, "Murder in the Family"
Played Viola in a production of "Twelfth Night" staged by Tyrone Guthrie at the Old Vic
Returned to the Old Vic to play Cordelia in a production of "King Lear" with John Gielgud in the title role
Starred in a NY stage revival of Tennessee Williams's "The Glass Menagerie"
First feature film in seven years, "The Light in the Forest"
Had an operation to remove double cataracts
Last feature film for 11 years, "The Birds", directed by Alfred Hitchcock
Last feature film for seven years, "The Desert Fox"; played Frau Rommel opposite James Mason as German WWII field marshall Rommel
Originated role of Blanche DuBois in Tennessee Williams's "A Streetcar Named Desire"
Returned to TV for the first time in over two decades to reprise her Tony-winning stage performance (opposite Hume Cronyn) in a PBS presentation of "The Gin Game"
Starred in Tennessee Williams's "Portrait of a Madonna" at the Los Angeles Actors' Workshop (staged by Hume Cronyn) as almost an audition for "Streetcar" while Elia Kazan was in Hollywood directing "Gentlemen's Agreement"