Began career as child model--fashion and catalogues--at age three
Film acting debut, at age 13, in "Rock Rock Rock"
Played Thalia Menninger on "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis" (CBS)
Starred as Cherie in the TV series version of "Bus Stop" (ABC)
Featured as one of the trapeze artists in the TV series "The Greatest Show on Earth" (ABC)
Had one of her best screen roles in "Pretty Poison"
Starred in the film adaptation of "Play It as It Lays"; last film for five years
Co-starred with Joan Hackett and Sam Waterston in TV remake of "Diabolique", titled "Reflections of a Murder"; marked Weld's first TV appearance in a decade
Returned to films as Diane Keaton's sister in "Looking for Mr. Goodbar"; earned Oscar nomination as Best Supporting Actress
Starred in the superior TV-movie "A Question of Guilt" (CBS)
Starred opposite Tommy Lee Jones in the HBO TV remake of "The Rainmaker", directed by John Frankenheimer
Last TV-movie to date, "Something in Common" (CBS)
Last feature for five years, "Heartbreak Hotel"
Returned to films in "Falling Down"
Had featured role in "Feeling Minnesota"
Appeared in her final film "Chelsea Walls"