Made her stage debut in "The Williow Tree" at Margo Jones Theatre in Dallas
Made her Broadway debut in the short-lived comedy "Everybody Loves Opal"
Played aerialist Felicia Sartene on the ABC circus drama, "The Greatest Show on Earth"
Earned her first Tony nomination for her performance in the Broadway comedy "Cactus Flower"
Garnered second Tony nomination for her leading role in the musical "How Now, Dow Jones"
Made her film debut in "Where It's At"; earned a Golden Globe nomination for Most Promising Newcomer
Earned her third Tony nomination for Herb Gardner's "The Goodbye People"
Gave a memorable performance as a Madison Avenue socialite who picks up Jon Voight in "Midnight Cowboy"; earned a Golden Globe nomination for Supporting Actress
Earned a Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination for Jacqueline Susann's "Once Is Not Enough"
Starred as schoolteacher Sara Yarnell on the short-lived CBS drama series "Sara"; earned an Emmy nomination in 1976 for Lead Actress in a Drama Series
First time as voice actor, provided the voice of Tillie for ABC's "Nestor, the Long-Eared Christmas Donkey"
Starred as Detective Kate Hudson on the short-lived CBS drama series "Dear Detective"
Played the domineering mother Julia Blake on the short-lived ABC drama series about two struggling models, "Paper Dolls"
Returned to Broadway for first time in over a decade to appear in a female version of Neil Simon's "The Odd Couple"
Portrayed Bunny in Susan Seidelman's "Cookie," co-starring Peter Falk, Dianne Wiest and Emily Lloyd
Received an Emmy nomination for her guest starring role in an episode of NBC's "The Golden Girls"
Co-starred with Alan Alda in the Neil Simon play "Jake's Women"
Appeared opposite Annette Bening and Warren Beatty in "Love Affair," a remake of the 1939 film
Played Matt LeBlanc's mother (Gloria Tribbiani) in an episode of NBC's "Friends"
Portrayed Barbra Streisand's best friend Doris in "The Mirror Has Two Faces"
Provided the voice of Bunny Bravo for "Johnny Bravo," an animated series on the Cartoon Network
Played Diana Vreeland in the L.A. production of "Full Gallop"
Co-starred Kevorkian's stalwart sister in the Barry Levinson directed HBO film "You Don't Know Jack," about Dr. Jack Kevorkian, played by Al Pacino; earned an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie
Nominated for the 2010 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie