Began career as radio singer
Confirmed full-fledged star status with "Johnny Belinda"; earned Best Actress Academy Award
Had hip replacement surgery in the early 1990s
Made one-shot return to films for "How to Commit Marriage"
Last feature film for seven years, "Bon Voyage!"
Starred opposite Bing Crosby in two musical comedy-dramas, "Here Comes the Groom" (in which the pair introduced the Oscar-winning song, "In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening") and "Just for You"
First film appearance (as a chorus dancer) in "King of Burlesque"
Made the annual exhibitors poll of the top ten box office stars, primarily on the strength of the reception of the soap opera, "Magnificent Obsession", which was directed by Douglas Sirk and made Rock Hudson a star; Wyman placed 9th in the top ten lineup
Received first Oscar nomination as Best Actress with her role in "The Yearling" opposite Gregory Peck and Claude Jarman Jr.
Film acting debut in "Gold Diggers of 1937"
Hosted and sometimes performed on TV's "Fireside Theater", eventually renamed "The Jane Wyman Theatre/The Jane Wyman Show"
Notable career break, "The Lost Weekend"
Played Angela Channing on the CBS primetime soap opera "Falcon Crest"
Signed contract with Warner Bros.