Appeared in several Elvis Presley movies; usually cast in uncredited roles as a dancer
Cast opposite Delta Burke in the CBS sitcom, "Women of the House"
Fell for cocaine-dealing Peter Weller in Michael Apted's "Firstborn"
Joined an ensemble cast in Robert Altman's "Prêt-à-Porter"
Played the long-suffering wife of reluctant prophet John Denver in "Oh God"
Played the scheming femme fatale in the short-lived ABC sitcom, "Good and Evil"
Spent childhood in New Jersey
Appeared as herself in the documentary film conceived and directed by Rosanna Arquette, "Searching for Debra Winger"
Appeared in various role on the CBS variety show "The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour"
Cast as the bewildered wife of Richard Dreyfuss in Steven Spielberg's "Close Encounters of the Third Kind"
Co-starred with Lisa Kudrow in the film, "Kabluey"
Had a cameo appearance as a damsel in distress in The Monkees film "Head"
Had a supporting role as a drunken psychic opposite Sarah Jessica Parker in "Life Without Dick"
Moved with to the San Fernando Valley after father's death
Played a suspicious secretary on an episode of "Star Trek" (NBC)
Played Gene Hackman's wife in the eavesdropping drama The Conversation
Portrayed the lonely mother of a teenager in the satirical feature, "Dick"
Cast as an extra in her film debut, "A Swingin' Affair"
Co-starred with Michael Keaton in the comedy film "Mr. Mom"
Made TV miniseries debut in CBS's "Fresno"
Featured in the festival screened, "Expired"
Made professional dancing debut with the San Francisco Ballet
Played Gene Wilder's Bavarian lab assistant, Inga in Mel Brooks's "Young Frankenstein"
Played the estranged birth mother of Lisa Kudrow's character, Phoebe Buffay on NBC's "Friends"
Played the female lead in Francis Ford Coppola's "One from the Heart"
Played Thora Birch's father's perky girlfriend in Terry Zwigoff's "Ghost World"
Received an Academy Award nomination as Dustin Hoffman's forgotten on-again off-again girlfriend in "Tootsie"
Reunited with close friend David Letterman when she made an appearance on his show, "Late Show with David Letterman" (CBS) to promote her new film "Kabluey"