Discoved by an agent during a school production at Hollywood High School
Short film acting debut, "The Whole Damn Human Race and One More"
Made her acting debut with a recurring role on "Gidget" (ABC)
Starred on ABC series "The Munroes" (ABC)
Made her feature acting debut in "With Six You Get Eggroll"
Co-starred in the Glenn Ford western, "Heaven with a Gun"; first film with actor David Carradine
First leading role in a feature film, "Last Summer"
Played a surrogate mother in "The Baby Maker"
Once again teamed with David Carradine for Martin Scorsese's "Boxcar Bertha"
Guest starred on a two-part episode of Carradine's television series "Kung Fu" (ABC), playing a love interest to his character Kwai Chang Caine
Starred with Charlton Heston in "The Last Hard Men"
Played Karen Holmes in the NBC miniseries version of "From Here to Eternity"
Had a leading role in Richard Rush's "The Stunt Man"
Played Glennis Yeager, wife of test pilot Chuck Yeager in "The Right Stuff"
Landed memorable role as the woman who shot Robert Redford's character in "The Natural"
Had featured role as Leigh in Wooody Allen's "Hannah and Her Sisters"
Played the love interest to Gene Hackman's character in the basketball drama "Hoosiers"
Won first Cannes Best Actress Award for "Shy People"
Earned second Cannes Best Actress Award for "A World Apart"
Played Mary Magdalene in Scorsese's "The Last Temptation of Christ"
Co-starred with Bette Midler in Garry Marshall's "Beaches"
Won an Emmy for playing an accused murderer in "A Killing in a Small Town" (CBS)
Co-starred opposite Dennis Hopper in "Paris Trout"
Succeeded Angelica Huston as Clara Allen in the sequel series "Return to Lonesome Dove" (CBS)
Cast as Sarah in the TNT biblical drama "Abraham"
Received a Best Supporting Actress nomination for her performance as the manipulative Madame Merle in Jane Campion's adaptation of "The Portrait of a Lady"
Starred as the mother superior of a convent in the CBS TV-movie "The Staircase"
Returned to series TV playing Dr. Francesca Alberghetti on CBS medical drama "Chicago Hope"
Cast on short-lived drama series "The Mountain" (The WB)
Starred in "Riding the Bullet," based on the novel by Stephen King
Co-starred with Rachel Blanchard and Shirley MacLaine in "Anne of Green Gables: A New Beginning"
Portrayed Natalie Portman's overbearing mother and a former ballerina in Darren Aronofsky's "Black Swan"
Appeared in the horror thriller "Insidious"
Featured in "Insidious: Chapter 2"