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1964:
Moved to New York City; became involved with Andy Warhol's Factory
1964:
Film acting debut, Warhol's "Screen Test"
1967:
Portrayed Hanoi Hannah in Warhol's cult hit feature "Chelsea Girls"
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Toured with the Velvet Underground, a leading "underground" rock group of the 1960s
1970:
Played a supporting role in the Italian production "Kemek", a surreal sci-fi mystery written and directed by Theodore Gershuny (her husband until 1969)
1974:
First Broadway lead, played Susan in "Boom Boom Room"
1975:
First feature lead, played Calamity Jane in Paul Bartel's "Death Race 2000"; first collaboration with actor-writer-director Bartel
1977:
TV-movie debut, "In the Glitter Palace", an NBC crime melodrama
1983:
Played a recurring role on the Fox sitcom "Flying Blind"
1982:
Co-starred as Mary Bland in "Eating Raoul", perhaps her best known role
1985:
First TV special, "Cheech and Chong Get Out of My Room" on Showtime
1986:
Appeared in "The Secret Cinema", an episode of "Amazing Stories" written and directed by Bartel

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