1942 – Madeline Kahn was born 29th of September in Boston, Massachusetts.
1948-1952 – Kahn was sent to a progressive boarding school in Pennsylvania.
1960 – Graduated from the Martin Van Buren High School in Queens Village, New York, where she earned a drama scholarship to Hofstra University.
1964 – Graduated in Hofstra University with a degree in speech therapy.
Made her stage debut as a chorus girl in a revival of Kiss Me, Kate, which led her to join the Actors’ Equity.
1967 – Appeared in the Broadway show her role as "Miss Whipple" in the original production of Promises, Promises.
1968 – Earned her first break on Broadway with New Faces.
– Performed her first professional lead in a special concert performance of the operetta Candide in honor of Leonard Bernstein’s 50th birthday.
1969 – Appeared off-Broadway in the revue Promenade.
1970 – Performed in the Broadway musicals in the: a featured role in Richard Rodgers’ 1970 Noah’s Ark-themed show Two by Two (her silly waltz "The Golden Ram," capped by a high C, can be heard on the show’s cast album).
1978 – Played a leading lady turn as Lily Garland On the Twentieth Century.
1983 – Starred in her own short-lived TV sitcom, Oh Madeline.
1989 – Returned to the stage, first in Judy Holliday’s role in a revival of Born Yesterday.
1993 – Played as "Dr. Gorgeous" in Wendy Wasserstein’s play The Sisters Rosensweig, a role that garnered
her a Tony Award.
1999 – On 3rd of December Kahn died because of ovarian cancer.