Made brief appearances in the feature films "Under the Yum Yum Tree" and "Palm Springs Weekend"
Enjoyed successful modelling career; worked on over 400 TV commercials; in 1967 was the body double for the advertising poster of "The Graduate"
First professional acting job, a guest spot on the long-running ABC drama series "Marcus Welby, M.D."
TV-movie debut, "The Big Rip-Off" (NBC)
First sizable feature film role, "Dogs"
Played Linda Murkland on the syndicated serial comedy-drama "All That Glitters"
Played Sue Ellen Ewing on the popular CBS primetime soap opera "Dallas"; directed several episodes between 1986-89; left the show two seasons before it ended in 1991
Hosted a pair of two-part TV instructional specials "The Body Human: The Loving Process ¿ Women" and "The Body Human: The Loving Process ¿ Men"
First top-billed role in a TV-movie, "Not in Front of the Children" (CBS)
Handled anchoring duties for the "CBS All-American Thanksgiving Day Parade"; shared the helm for four years with "Dallas" co-star Larry Hagman, and then with another co-star Patrick Duffy for two
Returned to feature films for the first time in 15 years with a supporting role in the Sylvester Stallone vehicle "Oscar"
First producing credit, as co-producer of the TV-movie "Moment of Truth: Broken Pledges" (NBC); also starred
Guest starred as Hillary Michaels on Fox's "Melrose Place" before reprising role as the lead on the spin-off Models, Inc."
Reprised role of Sue Ellen on the CBS TV-movie "Dallas: J.R. Returns"
Once again played Sue Ellen in "Dallas: War of the Ewings" (CBS)
Assumed role of Mrs. Robinson in the London stage version of "The Graduate"
Joined the cast of long-running daytime series "The Bold and the Beautiful" (CBS)
Co-starred in The Hallmark Channel mystery movie "McBride: It's Murder, Madam"
Reprised Sue Ellen Ewing role on the TNT reboot of "Dallas" alongside original co-stars Patrick Duffy and Larry Hagman