Co-starred in one of her biggest commercial successes to date, the comedy "Nine to Five" with Lily Tomlin and Dolly Parton
Earned an Oscar nomination for her portrayal of an alcoholic murder suspect in the thriller "The Morning After"
Earned the nickname 'Hanoi Jane' while visiting North Vietnam
Formed production company Fonda Films in late 1980s
Founded her fitness company Workout Inc.; opened first aerobics studio
Published her autobiography <i>My Life So Far</i>
Acted with brother Peter Fonda in the Vadim-directed episode of "Metzengerstein"
Appeared as a model on the covers of such magazines as <i>Esquire, Vogue, Ladies' Home Journal, Glamour</i> and <i>McCall's</i>
Delivered Emmy-winning performance in ABC TV-movie "The Dollmaker"
Earned first Academy Award nomination as Best Actress for Sydney Pollack's "They Shoot Horses, Don't They?"
Earned first Golden Globe playing a prostitute in "A Walk on the Wild Side"
Executive produced the ABC sitcom version of "Nine to Five"
First Fonda Films project "Old Gringo" flopped; also co-starred with Gregory Peck and Jimmy Smits
First of four collaborations with director and future husband Roger Vadim, "Circle of Love"
Formed the production company I.P.C. (Indo-China Peace Campaign) with Tom Hayden and Bruce Gilbert
Gave an Oscar winning performance as Bree Daniels in "Klute"
Last feature film as actor for 16 years, "Stanley & Iris"
Played Lindsay Lohan's grandmother in the Garry Marshall directed "Georgia Rule"
Played the title role in "Cat Ballou"; its success led to her being able to demand a salary equal to that of her father
Returned to acting for one-night only appearing in a gala benefit staging of "The Vagina Monologues" at Madison Square Garden in NYC
Returned to Broadway after 45 years to play a present-day musicologist in Moises Kaufman's "33 Variations"; earned a Tony Award nomination for Best Actress in a Play
Returned to features in Fred Zinnemann's "Julia"; first screen collaboration with Vanessa Redgrave
After college, moved to Paris to study painting and languages
Again co-starred with Redford in "The Electric Horseman"
Announced her retirement from acting to spend more time with third husband Ted Turner
Co-directing debut, "Introduction to the Enemy"
Co-produced, co-wrote, and acted in the feature film "FTA/Free the Army/F*ck the Army"
Directed by husband Vadim in the science fiction spoof "Barbarella"
Made Broadway debut in "There Was a Little Girl"; received Tony Award nomination as Featured Actress (Dramatic)
Released first exercise video "Jane Fonda's Workout"
Starred opposite Redford in movie adaptation of Neil Simon's "Barefoot in the Park"
Acted for first and only time with father (his role won him the Best Actor Oscar) in the feature "On Golden Pond"
Debut as stage actress at Omaha Community Theatre in "The Country Girl"; appeared with father Henry Fonda
Earned second Best Actress Oscar for "Coming Home"
Film acting debut, "Tall Story"
First of four collaborations with Robert Redford, "The Chase"
Played the role of Dr. Martha Livingston in the feature adaption of "Agnes of God" opposite Meg Tilly in the title role
Received a six-figure contract with L'Oreal Paris' Age Re-Perfect cream, which was aimed at women over 65 (Fonda was 68)
Received an Oscar nomination for her role in "The China Syndrome," co-starring Jack Lemmon and Michael Douglas
Returned to acting after a long hiatus to star opposite Jennifer Lopez in comedy hit "Monster-in-Law"
Co-starred with Catherine Keener in the comedy-drama "Peace, Love, & Misunderstanding"
Last Broadway appearance for over 45 years, "Strange Interlude"
Played news channel CEO Leona Lansing on Aaron Sorkin's drama series "The Newsroom" (HBO)