Played sweet-but-seductive bombshell-next-door in third-rate film remake of the musical "State Fair"
Performed at President Lyndon B Johnson's inaugural gala
Made motion picture exhibitors poll of top ten boxoffice stars, placing eighth; acted opposite Elvis Presley in "Viva Las Vegas"; also starred in "Kitten with a Whip" and "The Pleasure Seekers"
Elicited some favorable reviews for her turn in Stanley Kramer misfire, "R.P.M"
Headlined as Lady Booby in Tony Richardson's "Joseph Andrews", the director's failed attempt to recapture the glory of his "Tom Jones" (1963)
Starred in last TV variety special "Ann-Margret's Hollywood Movie Girls" (ABC)
Portrayed Alan Bates' doting cousin in "The Return of the Soldier"
Played home-wrecking other woman in "Twice in a Lifetime", co-starring Gene Hackman and Ellen Burstyn
Turned in fine performance as Roy Scheider's wife in John Frankenheimer's "52 Pick-Up"
Made NYC debut at Radio City Music Hall
Picked up fourth Emmy nomination for the miniseries "Queen" (CBS), helmed by Erman; played a woman who aged from 35 to 85, ending up with a dowager's hump, bad teeth and failing eyesight (contact lenses gave the appearance of cataracts)
Portrayed madam Belle Watling in CBS miniseries "Scarlett", adapted from Alexandra Ripley's "sequel" to "Gone With the Wind"; sixth collaboration with Erman; network censors cut one of her scenes for US version
Produced (through Ann-Margret Productions) and starred in "Following Her Heart" (NBC), directed by Lee Grant; first time singing in a TV-movie; her mother helped her rehearse her role as a Swedish immigrant, guaranteeing an authentic accent
Played a popular teacher who uses her wiles to convince three students into killing her husband in the fact-based NBC miniseries "Seduced By Madness: The Diane Borchardt Story"; produced through Ann-Margret Productions
TV series debut as regular, starring in the short-lived CBS midseason replacement "Four Corners"; show cancelled after three episodes aired; produced through Ann-Margret Productions
Won plaudits (and a fifth Emmy nod) for her impersonation of Pamela Harriman in the Lifetime biographical movie "Life of the Party: The Pamela Harriman Story"
Reteamed with Helgenberger (as Patsy Ramsey) for CBS miniseries "Perfect Murder, Perfect Town", a look at the murder of JonBenet Ramsey
Acted in Burt Reynolds' "The Last Producer" (shot in 1999); screened at Cannes; aired on USA Network in 2001
Starred as Miss Mona in a national tour of "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas"; debut as a musical theater performer; briefly withdrew from performances in late February to care for her ill mother
Joined with Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston in the comedy "The Break-Up"
Cast as Santa's mother-in-law in "The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause"
Co-starred with Billy Zane in the psychological thriller, "Memory"
Appeared with Robin Williams and John Travolta in the comedy "Old Dogs"
Guest-starred on NBC's "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit"