Appeared in writer-director Roger Avary's adaptation of Brett Easton Ellis' novel "The Rules of Attraction" starring James Van Der Beek and Shannyn Sossamon
Cast alongside Gene Hackman and Chris O'Donnell in the film adaptation of author John Grisham's "The Chamber"
Co-starred alongside Mark Wahlberg and Charlize Theron on "The Yards"
Made last Broadway appearance to date in the short-lived "The Curse of an Aching Heart"
Starred as Blanche du Bois in the 25th anniversary production of "A Streetcar Named Desire" in L.A.
Cameoed as herself in director Henry Jaglom's "Festival in Cannes"
Cameoed in the remake of her 1968 film "The Thomas Crown Affair"
Played 1920s evangelist Aimee Semple MacPherson in the NBC TV-movie "The Disappearance of Aimee"
Played the Duchess of Windsor in the TV-movie "The Woman I Love" (ABC)
Starred in the TV adaptation of "After the Fall" (NBC)
Appeared in Kevin Spacey's directorial debut "Albino Alligator"
Starred in and produced well-received TV-movie "Cold Sassy Tree" (TNT)
Starred in the Los Angeles stage version of Harold Pinter's "Old Times"
Was understudy in ANTA production of Arthur Miller's "After the Fall"
Appeared as Yolanda of Aragon in director Luc Besson's Joan of Arc epic "The Messenger"
First screen role in "The Happening"; film, however, was released after "Hurry Sundown"
London stage debut, "Circe and Bravo"
Made TV series debut in the sitcom, "It Had to Be You" (CBS), opposite Robert Urich
Appeared as Mae West on "The Calling"
Was a celebrity judge on WB's "The Starlet"
Played Edith in "Cougar Club"
Made TV acting debut in episode of "The Trials of O'Brien" (CBS)
Played Joan Crawford in the camp classic "Mommie Dearest"
First New York stage success in "Hogan's Goat" at the American Place Theater
Breakthrough screen role, as Bonnie Parker in "Bonnie and Clyde"; earned first Oscar nomination as Best Actress
Joined American National Theatre and Academy (ANTA); made Broadway debut in "A Man for All Seasons"
Received a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Reprised stage role in PBS production of "Hogan's Goat"
Won Best Actress Oscar for her turn as a ruthless TV executive in Sidney Lumet's "Network"
Co-starred with Jack Nicholson in Roman Polanski's noir drama "Chinatown"; earned second Best Actress Oscar nomination
Won praise for her performance opposite Mickey Rourke in "Barfly"
Appeared as Detective Rowland in "The Seduction of Dr. Fugazzi"
Appeared in an episode of "Documentary Now!"
Cast as the widow Redmon in "The Bye Bye Man"