Feature film debut, "Jenny"
Had supporting roles in the independent films "The Real Blonde" and "Starfucker"
TV series debut, as Stella Barnes, the protagonist's sister, in "The Joey Bishop Show"
Appeared on TV in the anthology series, "Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theater"
Formed Hart, Thomas & Berlin Productions with Carole Hart and Kathie Berlin
Had recurring role as Rachel's mother on "Friends"
Made second feature film, "Thieves", based on the Broadway play
TV producing debut, "Marlo Thomas and Friends in 'Free to Be...You and Me'" (ABC)
TV-movie debut, "It Happened One Christmas" (ABC), a distaff remake of the Frank Capra classic "It's a Wonderful Life"; also co-produced
Broadway debut, "Thieves"
Co-executive produced (with Carole Hart and Kathie Berlin) the short-lived CBS comedy series, "Wish You Were Here"
Played Alicia Witt's mother in the festival screened "Playing Mona Lisa"
Portrayed author Jacqueline Susann on stage in "Paper Doll" in Pittsburgh; production moved to Broadway in 2002
Returned to feature films after a 13-year absence to appear in "In the Spirit"
Starred as aspiring actress Ann Marie on the ABC-TV sitcom, "That Girl"
Starred in the ABC multi-sketch comedy special, "Marlo Thomas in Acts of Love--and Other Comedies"
Played the female lead in the London production of Neil Simon's comic play, "Barefoot in the Park"
Received star No. 1971 on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on December 11