Appeared in the AIDS-themed feature "It's My Party"
Changed her first name from Moran to Margaret at age ten
Headlined (also produced) the live concert film "Margaret Cho: Assassin"
Moved to Los Angeles
Performed in the San Francisco comedy houses, The Improv and The Punchline
Received a Grammy nomination for Best Comedy Album, for <i>Revolution</i>
Returned to series TV as the star of VH1's "The Cho Show"
Launched her stand-up comedy career with a stint on "Star Search"
Toured with new comedy show "The Notorious C.H.O."
Appeared as one of "Six Comics in Search of a Generation" (Lifetime)
Headlined the cable showcase, ""HBO Comedy Half-Hour: Margaret Cho"
Hosted the summer's True Colors Tour with Cyndi Lauper, Debbie Harry and Erasure
Named West Coast Division Champion of the US College Comedy Competition
Spoofed CBS news anchor Connie Chung on "Tonya: The Battle of Wounded Knee," a segment of the Julie Brown special, "Attack of the 5 Ft. 2 Women"
Appeared on the NBC comedy special "Bob Hope Presents the Ladies of Laughter"
Auditioned for admission to San Francisco's High School of the Performing Arts by performing an Ophelia soliloquy from "Hamlet"
Began performing stand-up comedy at Rose & Thistle, a club above her parents' bookstore
Encouraged by her parents to study voice, dance and piano
Made New York theatrical debut with the Off-Off-Broadway show "I'm the One That I Want"; filmed for release in 2000
Made TV debut in the CBS short-lived spin-off, "The Golden Palace"
Began performing in children's theater at age 13
Featured in the Showtime comedy special "Pair of Jokers: Margaret Cho & Bobby Collins"
Wrote first feature, the low-budget comedy "Bam Bam and Celeste"; shared writing credit with with friend and co-touring act Bruce Daniels; film premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival
Released her live concert film "The Notorious C.H.O." in theaters
Made feature debut in "Angie" starring Geena Davis in the title role
Starred in the ABC sitcom, "All-American Girl," becoming the first Asian-American to have the lead role in a sitcom
Appeared in the comedy "17 Again," starring Matthew Perry and Zac Efron
Co-starred opposite Brooke Elliott on the Lifetime comedy series "Drop Dead Diva"
Guest-starred on an episode of HBO's "Sex and the City" as a fashion show director
Appeared opposite John Travolta and Nicolas Cage in the action drama "Face/Off"
Joined the 11th season of Dancing with the Stars" (ABC) as a contestant
Earned a Grammy nomination for her comedy album, <i>Cho Dependent</i>
Appeared on "Sullivan & Son"
Landed a supporting role in "Tooken"