Made her acting debut on ABC/NBC program "Kraft Theatre"
Landed a featured role on an episode of the British anthology series "ITV Play of the Week"
Wrote first novel set in the U.S., <i>Sunday Simmons & Charlie Brick</i>
Received last acting credit with an appearance on the BBC drama "Compact"
Wrote the NBC TV-movie "Lady Boss," starring Kim Delaney; based on her 1990 novel <i>Lady Boss</i>
Wrote and produced the CBS TV-movie "Hollywood Wives: The Next Generation," starring Farrah Fawcett, Melissa Gilbert, and Robin Givens
Produced the documentary "Jackie Collins Presents" for E!
Penned her 27th novel <i>Poor Little Bitch Girl</i>, reportedly inspired by troubled starlets such as Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan
Candidly spoke about sleeping with John Lennon at the height of Beatle-mania during a guest appearance on "Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List" (Bravo)
Wrote her final novel, <i>Confessions of a Wild Child</i>
Published her debut novel <i>The World is Full of Married Men </i>
Wrote the novel <i>The Bitch</i>, which was adapted into the 1979 film of the same name that starred her sister Joan Collins
Introduced readers to her famous heroine Lucky Santangelo in the novel <i>Chances</i>
Wrote and produced the NBC miniseries "Lucky Chances" based on her bestselling novels <i>Chances</i> and <i>Lucky</i> (1985); starred Nicollette Sheridan and Sandra Bullock
Penned her ninth and most successful novel <i>Hollywood Wives</i>; adapted into an ABC miniseries in 1985, starring Candice Bergen and Joanna Cassidy