Earliest TV work included a role in the TV-movie "Stranger in Our House" (NBC)
Executive produced, wrote and directed the MTV pilot "Daytrippers"
First gained recognition in the feature "American Hot Wax"
Made her first screen appearance opposite Robin Williams in "Cadillac Man"
Signed two-picture deal with Caravan and TriStar
Joined the cast of Neil LaBute's off-Broadway play "Some Girl(s)" co-starring Eric McCormack
Voted Miss New York Teenager
Announced in January that she was ending production on the CBS sitcom "The Nanny"
Co-starred as Melissa Kirschner on the short-lived CBS sitcom "Princesses"
Co-starred opposite Robin Williams in Francis Ford Coppola's "Jack"
Signed to make Broadway acting debut in "Sweet Deliverance"; production put on hold
Starred in the film "The Beautician and the Beast"
Starred in the ABC movie "Beautiful Girl"
Started company Loaf & Kisses Gourmet Croutons
Appeared in stage play "The Rug Merchants of Chaos" (Pasadena)
Cast as a divorcée on The WB comedy "Living with Fran"
Made directorial debut with an episode of her sitcom "The Nanny"
Guest starred on HBO's "Entourage"
Hosted the daytime talk program "The Fran Drescher Show"
Voiced Frankenstein's wife in animated feature "Hotel Transylvania"
Had a guest role on "Broad City"
Returned yet again for "Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation"
Landed a bit part in "Saturday Night Fever"; delivered memorable line, "Are you as good in bed as you are on the dance floor?" in her feature film debut
Made a memorable cameo in Rob Reiner's spoof "This Is Spinal Tap"
Landed breakout television role as Fran Fine on the CBS sitcom "The Nanny"; also created show idea and made producing debut
Created, executive produced and starred in "Happily Divorced" (TV Land) about a divorced couple (Drescher and John Michael Higgins) who still live together even though he's gay; premise based on Drescher's real-life marriage to ex-husband and co-creator Peter Marc Jacobson
Returned to role of Eunice, wife of Dracula, in "Hotel Transylvania 2"