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  Candice Bergen Summary
Candice Patricia Bergen (born May 9, 1946) is an American actress and former fashion model, best known for her starring role on the television situation comedy Murphy Brown.
Candice attended the University of Pennsylvania, but acknowledges that her failure to take her education seriously resulted in her being asked to leave.
Bergen and then boyfriend Terry Melcher lived at 10050 Cielo Drive, which was later occupied by Sharon Tate and her husband, Roman Polanski.
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  Bergen, Candice - MSN Encarta
Candice Bergen, born in 1946, American actor and photojournalist, best known for portraying the title character in the television situation comedy “Murphy Brown.” Born in Beverly Hills, California, to ventriloquist Edgar Bergen and fashion model Frances Westerman Bergen, Candice Bergen was introduced to show business in 1952, when she appeared on her father's radio program.
Bergen was an immediate success, and in 1966 she appeared in the motion picture The Group by American director Sidney Lumet.
In the show, which gained immediate popularity, Bergen's character was an outspoken television journalist who worked with a disparate group of characters to produce a television news program.
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 Candice Bergen Photos - Candice Bergen News - Candice Bergen Information
Candice is currently married to Marshall Rose, and was married to Louis Malle.
Candice was hopistalized for high blood pressure and stayed in the hospital for observation, in September 2006.
Candice Bergen: At an age when most actresses are being phased out, I am being phased in, with a vengeance.
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 Candice Bergen Relationships plus Candice Bergen and You
Candice Bergen needs to learn to be gentler and less of a perfectionist with others and with herself.
Bergen is very wholehearted in her feelings and responses to people, and she wants all or nothing from the people she cares for.
Candice likes a partner who is mentally alive and keeps her guessing and Candice Bergen becomes restless and bored with someone who never asks questions, changes or surprises her.
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 Candice Bergen: Class Act
Bergen: I was all over the place, and I think a lot lately about how I would have done it differently if I had been more focused instead of squandering opportunities and wasting time.
Bergen: He always was referred to as my brother and was a figure larger than life in my house.
Bergen: I don't think being in the public eye is good for a kid in any way, and I think parents should go to great lengths to avoid putting kids in the public eye.
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 Candice Bergen | Biography (born 1946)
Before she was ten, Candice was appearing sporadically on her father’s radio program, demonstrating a precocious ability to throw her own voice.
Even Candice admitted she wasn't much of an actress, though she claimed she was terrific when required to fake an orgasm.
Candice decided to take her career more seriously than did her critics, and emerged as a talented and reliable actress in such films as Carnal Knowledge (1971) and The Wind and the Lion (1975).
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 Candice Bergen Famous Actress, Producer - Motivational Speaker - LVISB! speakers bureau
Bergen is most widely known for her outstanding performance on the hit TV series, Murphy Brown.
Candice Bergen was the also the executive producer of this show.
Candice Bergen was born on May 9, 1946 in Beverly Hills, California.
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 VH1.com : Movies : Person : Candice Bergen : Biography
Before she was ten, Candice was appearing sporadically on dad's radio program, demonstrating a precocious ability to throw her own voice (a skill she hasn't been called upon to repeat in recent years); at 11 she and Groucho Marx's daughter Melinda were guest contestants on Groucho's TV quiz show You Bet Your Life.
In 1988, Candice began a run in the title role of the television sitcom Murphy Brown, in which she was brilliant as a mercurial, high-strung TV newsmagazine reporter, a role that won Ms.
While Murphy Brown capped Candice Bergen's full acceptance by audiences and critics as an actress of stature, it also restored her to "headline" status in 1992 - when, in direct response to the fictional Murphy Brown's decision to become a single mother, Vice President Dan Quayle delivered his notorious "family values" speech.
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Candice Bergen was the first of two children born to celebrated ventroloquist Edgar Bergen and his wife Frances (nee Easterham), a former Chesterfield girl.
Candice displayed a gift early on for comedy when as a child she was a guest on her father's radio show.
Candice was cast as a missionary opposite Steve McQueen in Robert Wise's "The Sand Pebbles".
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 Candice Bergen
Bergen is the daughter of Edgar Bergen, a ventriloquist, and Frances Westerman, a model who posed for billboards advertising Chesterfield cigarettes.
Bergen was already semi-famous as a model when she began acting on a lark, after director Sidney Lumet asked her to play the icy lesbian in The Group with Joan Hackett.
As Bergen became better known as an actress, she continued working as a photographer, and eventually used her fame to garner prestige assignments.
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Candice attended University of Pennsylvania, where she became interested in photography and also landed some modeling jobs.
Bergen's roller-coaster offscreen life settled into relative normality when she married French film director Louis Malle; meanwhile, her acting career gained momentum as she sought out and received ever-improving movie and TV roles, including becoming the first female host of Saturday Night Live.
In 1988, Bergen began a run in the title role of the television sitcom Murphy Brown, in which she was brilliant as a mercurial, high-strung TV newsmagazine reporter.
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 Candice Bergen Biography
Candice Bergen (born May 9 1946) is an American actress best known for her starring role on the television sitcom Murphy Brown.
She was born in Beverly Hills California the daughter of radio ventriloquist Edgar Bergen and Frances Westerman.
Bergen was the first female host of Saturday Night Live where she was eaten by a Landshark.
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 Candice Bergen - Leading Authorities Speakers Bureau
Candice Bergen was the first of two children born to celebrated ventriloquist Edgar Bergen.
Candice was briefly considered to be a contributor to the newsmagazine 60 Minutes.
Candice earned 5 Emmy awards and a Golden Globe for her work on the series.
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 CNN.com - Behind the lens with Candice Bergen - Nov. 5, 2003
Candice Bergen's first photography exhibition will feature a candid shot of Arnold Schwarzenegger rubbing himself down with baby oil.
Bergen launched her exhibition during a guest appearance at the recent third annual High Falls Film Festival, which celebrates the work of women in front of, and behind, the camera.
Bergen, 57, the daughter of legendary ventriloquist Edgar Bergen, won five Emmy Awards for her "Murphy Brown" television series.
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 Candice Bergen - Images and Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Candice Bergen, the daughter of Edgar Bergen of Charlie McCarthy fame, began modeling as a teen before making her on-screen debut in the 1966 feature The Group (1966).
Bergen herself was always at the center of fast-track social scenes, dating a hierarchy of Hollywood heartthrobs before marrying French director Louis Malle in 1980 (Malle died in 1995 of lymphoma).
Bergen is also an accomplished photojournalist and has written her memoir, Knock Wood.
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 Candice Bergen TV Listings - find Candice Bergen on TV | TV-Now.com
The daughter of famed ventriloquist Edgar Bergen, this cool blonde beauty grew up in the public eye as the "little sister" of Charlie McCarthy, her father's famous wooden dummy.
Although Bergen had undisputed movie-star looks, her big-screen roles were mostly unrewarding, except for her Oscar-nominated turn as a tone-deaf aspiring singer in the 1979 romantic comedy Starting Over.
As a smart, sassy, outspoken and often difficult TV newsmagazine anchor who also happened to be a recovering alcoholic, Bergen won critical accolades and myriad awards, and incurred the inane wrath of then-vice president Dan Quayle in 1992, when her alter ego became a single mother.
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 Candice Bergen - Muppet Wiki - a Wikia wiki   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Candice Bergen - Muppet Wiki - a Wikia wiki
Candice Bergen, as Murphy Brown, and Oscar the Grouch -- date unknown.
She's the daughter of Edgar Bergen (who appeared in an episode of The Muppet Show and also had a cameo in The Muppet Movie).
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 Candice Bergen - Images and Biography
Candice Bergen, the daughter of Edgar Bergen of Charlie McCarthy fame, began modeling as a teen before making her on-screen debut in the 1966 feature The Group (1966).
Bergen herself was always at the center of fast-track social scenes, dating a hierarchy of Hollywood heartthrobs before marrying French director Louis Malle in 1980 (Malle died in 1995 of lymphoma).
Bergen is also an accomplished photojournalist and has written her memoir, Knock Wood.
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 Astrology Software for Research - Candice Bergen - astrology chart
The daughter of beloved ventriloquist Edgar Bergen and model Frances Westerman, she appeared as a child on her dad's radio show.
Personal footnote from Lois Rodden: Edgar Bergen had property near my mom's and he used to drop in to sit in her kitchen, have a cup of coffee and shoot the breeze.
Bergen has made friends with the former women in Malle's life and his children and regularly reunites to enjoy holidays together.
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After Murphy (Candice Bergen) agrees to have her biography written, she has a nightmare about what others might say about her.
Candice Bergen, born May 9, 1946, appeared with her father on the May 12, 1958 episode of You Bet Your Life, hosted by Groucho Marx.
Murphy (Candice Bergen) is aghast to learn she is expected to cover the story of an exclusive capital prostitution ring.
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 Candice's Mom, Frances Bergen, Dies | Death, Candice Bergen : AOL Entertainment News
So strikingly attractive was Bergen, a former model and actress as well as a pillar of Beverly Hills society, that in 1991, when she was approaching 70, PEOPLE named her one of the most beautiful people in the world.
As Candice often said, everyone in the Bergen household lived in the long shadow of her star father – and his outspoken dummy in a top hat, Charlie McCarthy.
In addition to Candice, Bergen is survived by her son Kris and her granddaughter Chloe, 20, Candice's daughter with her late husband, French film director Louis Malle.
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The daughter of Frances and the late Edgar Bergen, Bergen attended the Westlake School for Girls in Los Angeles, the Cathedral School in Washington, D.C., as well as school in Switzerland, and at the University of Pennsylvania, where she majored in art history and creative writing.
Bergen made her Broadway debut starring as Darlene in the critically acclaimed “HURLY BURLY,” directed by long-time friend Mike Nichols, which also starred William Hurt, Judith Ivey and Ron Silver.
Bergen’s autobiography, “Knock Wood,” which she worked on for five years, was released in April 1984 to critical acclaim and enjoyed several weeks on the New York Times bestseller list.
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 Amazon.com: Knock Wood: Books: Candice Bergen   (Site not responding. Last check: )
With great wit, style, and exceptional honesty, the daughter of ventriloquist Edgar Bergen and the "sister" of famed talking dummy Charlie McCarthy tells the story of her struggle to come to terms with herself.
Candice Bergen is a classy woman in a class of her own.
Candice has proven that having a college degree doesn't automatically mean a girl can step right into the job of her dreams.
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 Buy.com - Murphy Brown (Complete First Season) : DVD : Candice Bergen : Faith Ford : : Warner
Candice Bergen stars as Murphy Brown, an outspoken TV journalist, who along with her hilariously quirky cohorts of the top-rated newsmagazine show, FYI, struggles to handle personal and professional problems with humor and insight.
Murphy (Candice Bergen) is the show's hottest reporter, but is beset by personal problems.
A visit to the Betty Ford clinic and a house in a constant state of disrepair are just two of the difficulties Murphy faces, but luckily she has a bunch of friends around her who are willing to make sure she keeps on the straight and narrow.
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 Candice's Mom, Frances Bergen, Dies | Death, Candice Bergen : People.com
So strikingly attractive was Bergen, a former model and actress as well as a pillar of Beverly Hills society, that in 1991, when she was approaching 70, PEOPLE named her one of the most beautiful people in the world.
As Candice often said, everyone in the Bergen household lived in the long shadow of her star father – and his outspoken dummy in a top hat, Charlie McCarthy.
In addition to Candice, Bergen is survived by her son Kris and her granddaughter Chloe, 20, Candice's daughter with her late husband, French film director Louis Malle.
www.people.com /people/article/0,26334,1542383,00.html   (570 words)

  
 Boston.com / A&E / Celebrity news / Candice Bergen to join 'Boston Legal'
Candice Bergen is joining her first prime-time TV series since "Murphy Brown," this time as a cast member of ABC's "Boston Legal."
Bergen will join "Legal" stars James Spader and William Shatner, playing Shirley Schmidt, a founding partner of the show's focal law firm.
Bergen's first episode with "Boston Legal" is planned for Jan. 9.
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 Book Candice Bergen - Booking Corporate Event, Meeting, Private Party - Your Booking Agent for Candice Bergen
Candice Bergen is "a beautiful actress who projects intelligence, humor, vulnerability, and self-reliance -all more or less simultaneously," wrote critic Vincent Canby in the New York Times.
Bergen proved this every week for 10 years as Murphy on the critically acclaimed CBS comedy "MURPHY BROWN," for which she received five Emmy awards and two Golden Globe awards.
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