Appeared as interviewee in "Andy Griffith: Hollywood's Homespun Hero" for A&E's "Biography" series
Dropped by Warners; inked 3-picture deal with Fox
Returned to Broadway in "A Roomful Of Roses"
Replaced Barbara Bel Geddes in "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" on Broadway
Went to Holllywood; signed 7-year contract with Warner Bros.
Delivered Oscar-winning turn as a weary housekeeper opposite Paul Newman in "Hud"
Made feature film acting debut, "John Loves Mary," actually released after "The Fountainhead"
Suffered the first of a series of strokes four days into filming of John Ford's "7 Women"
Joined amateur theater group The Tennessee Valley Players
Left university; went to NYC; understudied Vivian Vance in John van Druten's "The Voice of the Turtle"; replaced Vance for two weeks during play's Chicago run; adopted stage name Patricia Neal
Married Roald Dahl and became based in Great Britain
Played Olivia Walton in "The Homecoming--A Christmas Story" (CBS)
Portrayed the octogenarian Cookie in Robert Altman's comedy "Cookie's Fortune"
Published autobiography "As I Am" (written with Richard Deneut)
Returned to Broadway in revival of "The Children's Hour"
Enrolled at Northwestern University to study drama
Kept George Peppard as her toy-boy in Blake Edwards' "Breakfast at Tiffany's"
Performed the role of Peter's Grandmother in the Disney Channel miniseries "Heidi"
Played Richard Thomas's mother in TV-movie remake of "All Quiet on the Western Front" (CBS)
Appeared in "The Miracle Worker" on Broadway
Returned to features after strokes with Oscar-nominated starring role in "The Subject Was Roses"
Starred opposite Andy Griffith in "A Face in the Crowd"
Began making TV appearances
Glenda Jackson portrayed Neal and Dirk Bogarde, Roald Dahl, in the CBS TV biopic "The Patricia Neal Story"
Joined Alvina Krause's theater company in Eagles Mere, PA
Left high school; joined the Barter Theatre, Abingdon, VA, as understudy/assistant stage manager
Portrayed Shelley Winter's sister in "An Unremarkable Life"
Summer try-out in "Devil Takes a Whittler" led to New York stage debut, "Another Part of the Forest", on Broadway; also toured with show; won Tony Award
Made final acting appearance opposite Billy Ray Cyrus and Heather Locklear in the drama, "Flying By"
Starred in the short film "For the Love of May"