Family moved to the U.S. when father was appointed a member of the Australian delegation to the United Nations
Made theater debut at age 16 at the Barter Theatre in Virginia
Film acting debut in "Dead on Course"
Won acclaim for performances at Mercury Repertory Theatre, London
London stage debut, "Arms and the Man"
Joined Library Theatre, Manchester; played Juliet in "Romeo and Juliet"
First major screen role in "The Angel Who Pawned Her Harp"
Broadway debut as Helen of Troy in "Tiger at the Gates"
British TV debut in the "Armchair Theatre" (ITV) presentation of "Rain"
Earned Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination for her performance in "Tom Jones" opposite Albert Finney
Cast opposite Charlton Heston's Michaelangelo in the historical drama "The Agony and the Ecstasy"
Published first novel <i>The Manipulator</i>
Starred in the ABC TV-movie "Dial M for Murder"
Appeared on the British television series "Rogues' Gallery" as Lady Sarah Bellasize
Cast as Miss Rose in the mystery thriller "The Wicker Man"
Stage directing debut, "tuff" at the Theatre Upstairs, London
Directed an episode of BBC series "Everyman" titled "Turning"
Returned to Australia (date approx.)
Starred in the Australian drama feature "The Boy Who Had Everything"
Received final acting credit with a recurring role on the Australian TV series "Halfway Across the Galaxy and Turn Left"
Awarded the Australian Centenary Medal in the 2001 Queen's New Years Honours List for her distinguished service to the arts
Wrote her autobiography <i>My Nine Lives</i>