Acted opposite Dustin Hoffman in "John and Mary"
Film acting debut in a bit role in "John Paul Jones", directed by father John Farrow
Portrayed Daisy Buchanan in the feature remake of "The Great Gatsby", starring Robert Redford
Received critical kudos for "Alice", Allen's film loosely adapted from "Alice in Wonderland"
Appeared in short, "The Age of Curiosity", for SEVENTEEN Magazine
Appeared on Broadway opposite Anthony Perkins in "Romantic Comedy"
First major film role, "Guns at Batasi"
Played title role in the ABC TV remake of "Johnny Belinda"
Starred off-Broadway, as a woman confronting her own mortality in "Fran's Bed," a family drama by James Lapine
Became embroiled in a prolonged and public custody battle with Allen over their three children Moses, Dylan, Satchel; eventually won custody
Delivered an outstanding turn as a mobster's girlfriend, replete with New Jersey accent, in "Broadway Danny Rose", written and directed by Allen
Had supporting turn as a murder suspect in the Agatha Christie adaptation "Death on the Nile"
Provided the luminous center for Allen's acclaimed "Hannah and Her Sisters"
Sent to convent school in London after expressing interest in becoming an actress
Starred in the CBS movie "Forget Me Never"
Starred in the film version of Craig Lucas' play "Reckless"
Became involved with the transcendental meditation movement
Co-starred in the comedy "Widow's Peak"
First film collaboration with Woody Allen, "A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy"
Last film with Allen, "Husbands and Wives"
Played the role of 'Mrs. Baylock', the Satanic nanny, in the remake of "The Omen"
Played title role in the NBC musical adaptation of "Peter Pan"
Returned to TV as co-star with Sam Waterston in "Miracle at Midnight" (ABC)
Voiced Granny in the animated adventure "Arthur and the Invisibles"
Returned to voice Granny in two sequels, "Arthur and the Great Adventure" and "Arthur 3: The War of the Two Worlds"
Appeared in the dramedy "Dark Horse"
Appeared as herself on an episode of the mockumentary series "Documentary Now!"
Delivered a stellar turn as an unsuspecting wife and mother whose husband and neighbors are Satanists in Roman Polanski's now-classic chiller "Rosemary's Baby"
Stage acting debut as Cecily in an Off-Broadway production of "The Importance of Being Earnest"
Starred as a Depression-era wife who seeks solace in the movies in "The Purple Rose of Cairo", written and directed by Allen
TV acting debut as Alison MacKenzie in the ABC primetime serial drama, "Peyton Place"; became an "overnight" star
Played a supporting role in "Be Kind Rewind," Michel Gondry's love letter to the glory days of video stores