Last feature film for seven years, "Snowball Express"
Played Martha the housekeeper on the short-lived NBC sitcom, "Bonino"
Played Maxfield, the landlady, on the CBS comedy series, "Mrs. G. Goes to College" (a.k.a. "The Gertrude Berg Show"); received an Emmy nomination as Outstanding Supporting Actress on a Comedy Series
Played one of her most popular roles in features, Sister Mary Lazarus, in "Sister Act"; reprised the role for the 1993 sequel
Acted on Broadway in the play, "Hollywood Pinafore"
Appeared on Broadway in supporting role in the George S. Kaufman-Edna Ferber comedy-drama, "Stage Door" (date approximate)
Breakthrough role: played Miss Preen, the harassed nurse, in the popular stage comedy, "The Man Who Came to Dinner", by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart
Played Alice the housekeeper on the CBS comedy series, "The Halls of Ivy", starring Ronald Colman and Benita Hume
Played Katie the housekeeper on the short-lived ABC comedy series, "Annette", starring Annette Funicello
Played Nurse Beatrice Tully on the CBS sitcom, "Doc", starring Barnard Hughes in the title role
Played one of the leading roles, Aunt Eller, in the Broadway revival of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, "Oklahoma!"
Played recurring role of Melba Chegley on the NBC sitcom, "Julia", starring Diahann Carroll in the title role
Recreated her Broadway and Hollywood feature role as the nurse in an NBC TV-movie adaptation of the stage comedy, "The Man Who Came to Dinner"
After acting in five films in 1943, concentrated primarily on stage work until 1948
Made feature film debut recreating her acclaimed stage role as Nurse Preen in the comedy, "The Man Who Came to Dinner"
Made stage debut at the Berkshire Playhouse in Stockbridge, MA
Played housekeeper Marie Gillespie on the NBC and later ABC mystery series, "The Father Dowling Mysteries"
Played Miss Wickes, the housekeeper, on about half of the run of the NBC sitcom, "The Peter and Mary Show" (renamed "The Peter Lind Hayes Show" midway through its one-season run)
Played recurring role of Elizabeth O'Neal, the protagonist's press agent, on the long-running ABC and later CBS sitcom, "Make Room for Daddy/The Danny Thomas Show"
Returned to films regularly with her role in the comedy-drama, "Postcards from the Edge"
Final film credit, voiced Laverne, a gargoyle in Disney's "The Hunchback of Notre Dame"
First TV-movie, "The Monk"
Played Zelda Marshall, the housekeeper for the Stuart family, on the NBC Saturday morning children's show, "Sigmund and the Sea Monsters"
Returned to films to play a role in the feature, "Touched By Love"