Co-starred in "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother", helmed by Gene Wilder
Earned first Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination as Trixie Delight in "Paper Moon", starring O'Neal and directed by Bogdanovich
Film debut in a short, an Ingmar Bergman spoof, "The Dove"
First TV-movie, "Harvey" (NBC)
Nearly stole the show by performing the patter song "Not Getting Married Today" (from "Company") at "Sondheim: A Celebration at Carnegie Hall"; performance preserved on a recording and the videotape which aired on PBS' "Great Performances"
Replaced Carlin Glinn as the female lead of the Fox sitcom "Mr. President", starring George C Scott
Starred as a go-go dancer in David Rabe's play "Boom Boom Room"; earned Tony nomination for the role
Was a guest on "The Tonight Show" with Johnny Carson
Was a regular performer on the summer variety series "Comedy Tonight" (CBS)
Was featured in the all-star spoof of films noir "The Cheap Detective", scripted by Neil Simon
Began voice work in animated films with "My Little Pony" and "An American Tail"
Briefly worked as a schoolteacher
Final screen appearance as a Long Island housewife in "Judy Berlin"
Returned to Brooks' company of actors for his Hitchcock spoof "High Anxiety"
Returned to series TV as a regular on "Cosby" (CBS)
Won acclaim for her stage performance as Gorgeous in Wendy Wasserstein's "The Sisters Rosensweig"; received Tony Award
Announced in November that for the past year she had been underoing treatment for ovarian cancer
Appeared in Woody Allen's "Shadows and Fog"
Appeared regularly in stage revues in NYC
Broadway debut, "New Faces of '68"
Cast as Martha Mitchell in Oliver Stone's "Nixon"
Had featured role as one of Noah's daughters-in-law in "Two by Two", starring Danny Kaye
Once again appeared with Brooks in "The History of the World Part I"
Professional stage debut as a chorus member in a revival of "Kiss Me, Kate"
Starred in the short-lived sitcom "Oh Madeline" (ABC)
While in college, performed as a classical singer in school productions
Appeared as the Mayor Cora Hoover Hooper in a special one-performance only production of the Arthur Laurents-Stephen Sondheim musical "Anyone an Whistle"; co-starred with Scott Bakula and Bernadette Peters; show was recorded and released on CD
Appeared in two Mel Brooks comedy films: as Lili Von Shtupp, a takeoff of Marlene Dietrich, in "Blazing Saddles" and as the title character's fiance in "Young Frankenstein"; received a Best Supporting Actress Academy Award nomination for the former; both films featured Gene Wilder
Co-starred in Alan Alda's "Betsey's Wedding"
Feature film debut, "What's Up, Doc?"; played Ryan O'Neal's fiancee and nearly stole the film; first film for Peter Bogdanovich
Played a gossip reporter in the short-lived CBS series "New York News"
Provided the voice of Gypsy in the computer animated "A Bug's Life"
Reteamed with Bogdanovich for the ill-fated musical "At Long Last Love"
Starred opposite Edward Asner in the Broadway revival of "Born Yesterday"; received a Tony nomination
Starred opposite John Cullum in the stage musical "On the Twentieth Century"; reportedly fired from production after a few months; received a Tony Award nomination