Appeared in the ensemble cast of Robert Altman's "Dr T and the Women"
Breakthrough stage role, "Detective Story"
Co-starred in the busted CBS pilot "The Ted Bessell Show"
Co-starred with Peter Falk on Broadway in Neil Simon's "The Prisoner of Second Avenue"
Directed the short film "The Stronger"
Earned fourth Oscar nomination as Best Supporting Actress as a mentally unstable Jewish refugee in "Voyage of the Damned"
Joined the cast of the primetime soap "Peyton Place" (ABC); played Stella Chernik; won Emmy Award
Made feature acting debut reprising her stage role in "Detective Story"; earned first Oscar nomination as Best Supporting Actress
Made member of American Ballet
Played the mother of Roy Cohn (James Woods) in the HBO biopic "Citizen Cohn"
Produced, directed and hosted "Say It, Fight It, Cure It," a Lifetime documentary about breast cancer; included interviews with survivors and members of their families
Directed and narrated the documentary "Down and Out in America" (1985), the first pay-cable TV film to win an Academy Award; the film became eligible after a theatrical run in 1986
Feature film directing debut, "Tell Me a Riddle"
First stage performance at Metropolitan Opera
Narrated and directed the acclaimed documentary "The Wilmar 8"
Played Eric Roberts' mother in "It's My Party"
Played Mother Portnoy in Ernest Lehman's film adaptation of Philip Roth's novel "Portnoy's Complaint"
Played Rose Peabody on the CBS daytime drama "Search for Tomorrow"
Starred in the short-lived NBC sitcom "Fay"
Adapted her documentary "The Wilmar 8" as NBC TV-movie "A Matter of Sex"
Blacklisted when she refused to testify against her then-husband Arnold Manoff before the House Committee on Un-American Activities
Cast in David Lynch's noir drama "Mulholland Dr."
Co-starred with Victoria Foyt, Rob Morrow and Bruce Davison in "Going Shopping," directed by Henry Jaglom
Earned second Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination opposite Beau Bridges in "The Landlord"
First television collaboration with Marlo Thomas, the CBS biopic "Nobody's Child"; Thomas won an Emmy and Grant received the Directors Guild of America Award
Had prominent role as the wife of murder victim in "In the Heat of the Night"; role revitalized her film career
Narrated and directed the HBO documentary "When Women Kill"; aired as part of "America Undercover"
Played Gittle Mosca in the Broadway production "Two for the Seesaw"
Produced, directed and narrated "Battered" (HBO); aired on "America Undercover"
Professional stage debut as understudy for the character of Ado Annie in the touring production of "Oklahoma!" (date approximate)
Reteamed with Marlo Thomas for the CBS TV-movie "Reunion"
Returned to NYC; acted in productions at the Mount Kisco Playhouse
Broadway acting debut in "Joy to the World"
Co-starred opposite Jerry Orbach in the HBO adaptation of Neil Simon's "Plaza Suite"
Continued to act in occasional features despite her blacklisting, (e.g., "Middle of the Night" 1959; "The Balcony" 1963)
Helmed "No Place Like Home," starring Christine Lahti for CBS
Played one of the female leads in "Plaza Suite," adapted from Neil Simon's play
TV directing debut, "The Shape of Things" (CBS)
Won acclaim for her stage performance in the Off-Broadway production of Jean Genet's "The Maids"
Won Best Supporting Actress Oscar as a Beverly Hills matron in "Shampoo"
Won second Emmy for her performance in the TV-movie "The Neon Ceiling" (NBC)
Directed the HBO documentary "... A Father... A Son... Once Upon a Time in Hollywood"
Executive produced the HBO documentary "Baghdad ER"
Directed various episodes of the Lifetime biographical series "Intimate Portrait"