Associate producer and star of A&E's "Collins Meets Coward", performing three one-act plays by Noel Coward
Debuted her Joan Collins Eyewear Fashion Line
Film debut in uncredited role as a beauty contestant in "Lady Godiva Rides Again"
First time acting in a miniseries, "Arthur Hailey's 'The Moneychangers'" (NBC)
Made Broadway debut as Amanda in Noel Coward's sophisticated comedy "Private Lives"
Made headlines when Random House sued her for return of her $1.3 million advance after rejecting her manuscript; Collins won the case, receiving an additional $1.3 million and the rights to publish her novel outside the USA
Posed in a "50 Is Beautiful" spread in <i>Playboy</i> magazine
Recruited by executive producer Aaron Spelling to add her champaign fix to the short-lived primetime soap "Pacific Palisades"
Toured in "A Night With Joan Collins," a one-woman show in which she detailed the highs and lows of her roller coaster career, directed by her husband Percy Gibson
Appeared in a limited run on the legendary daytime soap opera "Guiding Light"
Appeared in the play "Love Letters"
Cast in "The Opposite Sex," a remake of Clare Boothe Luce's play "The Women"
Executive produced and starred in "Sins" and "Monte Carlo", both CBS miniseries
First small film role in "The Woman's Angle"
Played Lorelei Circe-the Siren in "Ring Around the Riddler" and "The Wail of the Siren" episodes of "Batman" (ABC)
Played the witch in "Hansel and Gretel" episode of Showtime's "Faerie Tale Theatre"
Published first novel, "Prime Time"
Starred as Alexis Carrington Colby on ABC's primetime soap "Dynasty" (not in the original cast when the show premiered in January of 1981)
Acted in two-part epiosde of "Star Trek" (NBC), "The City on the Edge of Forever", playing Captain Kirk's love interest
Acted opposite then-husband Anthony Newley in Newley's film "Can Hieronymous Merkin Ever Forget Mercy Humppe and Find True Happinesss"
Appeared in revue "Rat's Revel Society" on London stage
Gave her signature diva role a new spin as a frosty agent in Kenneth Branagh's "A Midwinter's Tale"
Headlined the London production of the stage comedy "Over the Moon" (titled "Moon Over Buffalo" when it played on Broadway)
London stage debut as a boy in "A Doll's House"
Portrayed Evelyn Nesbit Thaw in "The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing"
Portrayed the evil Lady Edwina Hogbottom in "Annie: A Royal Adventure", an ABC movie
Appearance in a steamy film version of her sister's book "The Stud" helped revive her stalled career; followed with "The Bitch" (1979), also adapted from sister's work
Appeared with Bob Hope and Bing Crosby in "The Road to Hong Kong"
Had co-starring role in the ABC movie "These Old Broads"
Joined forces with Linda Evans on the Broadway stage in "Legends!" a comedy by Tony Award-winning author James Kirkwood
Legendary agent 'Swifty' Lazar negotiated a cotract with Random House, guaranteeing her payment of $4 million for two novels even if the manuscripts were rejected for publication
Portrayed Lorraine in the Hallmark Hall of Fame adaptation of "The Man who Came to Dinner" (NBC)
Reprised Alexis role in ABC's "Dynasty: The Reunion"
Returned to London stage in "The Last of Mrs. Cheyney"
Subject of "Joan Collins" for A&E's "Biography"
Toured the United Kingdom with a revival of the play "Full Circle"