Cia Berg
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BL: Los Angeles (2006)
[ Julie Bowen ][ Candice Bergen ]
Spring Fever (2006)
[ Parker Posey ][ Jeri Ryan ][ Julie Bowen ][ Candice Bergen ]
Squid Pro Quo (2006)
[ Parker Posey ][ Julie Bowen ][ Candice Bergen ][ Jayne Brook ]
Deep End of the Poole (2006)
[ Julie Bowen ][ Candice Bergen ][ Marisa Coughlan ]
41 Shots (2005)
[ Carey Lowell ][ Candice Bergen ][ Bebe Neuwirth ]
The Abominable Showman (2005)
[ Candice Bergen ][ Bebe Neuwirth ]
Footsteps (2003)
[ Candice Bergen ]
The In-Laws (2003)
[ Robin Tunney ][ Candice Bergen ][ Lindsay Sloane ]
View from the Top (2003)
[ Gwyneth Paltrow ][ Christina Applegate ][ Kelly Preston ][ Stacy Dash ][ Candice Bergen ]
Sweet Home Alabama (2002)
[ Reese Witherspoon ][ Dakota Fanning ][ Rhona Mitra ][ Gwen Stefani ][ Melanie Lynskey ]
Plus One Is the Loneliest Number (2002)
[ Amy Sedaris ][ Candice Bergen ]
A 'Vogue' Idea (2002)
[ Candice Bergen ]
Miss Congeniality (2000)
[ Sandra Bullock ][ Candice Bergen ][ Heather Burns ][ Wendy Raquel Robinson ][ Melissa De Sousa ]
I Am Peter, Hear Me Roar (2000)
[ Candice Bergen ][ Faith Ford ]
Never Can Say Goodbye: Part 2 (1998)
[ Candice Bergen ]
Dial and Substance (1998)
[ Candice Bergen ]
A Man and a Woman (1998)
[ Candice Bergen ]
Second Time Around (1998)
[ Candice Bergen ]
Mary & Tim (1996)
[ Candice Bergen ][ Kelli Williams ][ Shirley Knight ]
Episode #13.5 (1987)
[ Candice Bergen ]
Mayflower Madam (1987)
[ Candice Bergen ][ Sydney Biddle-Barrows ]
Stick (1985)
[ Candice Bergen ][ Tricia Leigh Fisher ][ Deanna Lund ]
Arthur the King (1985)
[ Candice Bergen ][ Dyan Cannon ][ Maryam D'Abo ][ Mary Stavin ][ Teri Tordai ]
Murder: By Reason of Insanity (1985)
[ Candice Bergen ][ Wendy Crewson ]
2010 (1984)
[ Helen Mirren ][ Candice Bergen ][ Mary Jo Deschanel ]
Gandhi (1982)
[ Candice Bergen ]
Rich and Famous (1981)
[ Meg Ryan ][ Nicole Eggert ][ Jaqueline Bisset ][ Candice Bergen ]
Starting Over (1979)
[ Candice Bergen ][ Mary Kay Place ]
Oliver's Story (1978)
[ Candice Bergen ][ Swoosie Kurtz ][ Nicola Pagett ]
Fine del mondo nel nostro solito letto in una notte piena di pioggia, La (1978)
[ Candice Bergen ][ Jill Eikenberry ][ Lilli Carati ]
The Domino Principle (1977)
[ Candice Bergen ][ Majel Barret-Roddenberry ]
Episode #2.10 (1976)
[ Candice Bergen ]
Bite the Bullet (1975)
[ Candice Bergen ][ Sally Kirkland ]
The Wind and the Lion (1975)
[ Candice Bergen ]
Episode #1.8 (1975)
[ Candice Bergen ]
Episode #1.4 (1975)
[ Candice Bergen ]
11 Harrowhouse (1974)
[ Candice Bergen ]
T.R. Baskin (1971)
[ Candice Bergen ]
The Hunting Party (1971)
[ Candice Bergen ]
Carnal Knowledge (1971)
[ Ann-Margret ][ Candice Bergen ][ Carol Kane ][ Rita Moreno ]
The Adventurers (1970)
[ Olivia de Havilland ][ Candice Bergen ][ Jaclyn Smith ][ Lois Maxwell ][ Leigh Taylor-Young ]
Soldier Blue (1970)
[ Candice Bergen ][ Buffy Sainte-Marie ]
Getting Straight (1970)
[ Candice Bergen ][ Brenda Sykes ]
The Executioner (1970)
[ Candice Bergen ][ Joan Collins ][ Judy Geeson ]
The Magus (1968)
[ Candice Bergen ][ Karina Ranni ]
Vivre pour vivre (1967)
[ Candice Bergen ][ Anouk Aimee ][ Annie Girardot ]
The Day the Fish Came Out (1967)
[ Candice Bergen ]
The Sand Pebbles (1966)
[ Candice Bergen ]
The Group (1966)
[ Candice Bergen ][ Jessica Walter ][ Shirley Knight ][ Joan Hackett ][ Joanna Pettet ] 100 Hot DVDs

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One cool and eternally classy lady, Candice Bergen was poised for prim and trendy "ice princess" stardom when she first arrived on screen, but she continued to belie that image throughout the radical 1960s and 1970s both on- and off-camera. A staunch feminist, she went on to take a sizeable portion of these contradicting qualities to film and, most particularly, TV.The daughter of famed ventriloquist Edgar Bergen and former actress and "Chesterfield Girl" Frances Bergen, the Beverly Hills born and bred beauty lived amongst the Hollywood glamour and glitter from day one. She made her radio debut on her father's show at the age of 6. Of extreme privilege, she attended Westlake School for Girls in Los Angeles, the Cathedral School in Washington D.C. and then abroad to the Montesano (finishing) School in Switzerland. Although she began taking art history and creative drawing at the University of Pennsylvania, she did not graduate due to poor grades. In between studies she also worked as a Ford model in order to buy cameras for her new passion--photography.Perfect for Ivy League patrician roles, Candice made her film debut while still a college student playing the lesbian Vassar-like collegiate of Sidney Lumet's The Group (1966) in an ensemble that included the debuts of other lovely up-and-comers including Joan Hackett and Joanna Pettet. Various films came her way, both here and especially abroad (spurred on by her love for travel), but other than her terrific roles as the co-ed who comes between Jack Nicholson and Art Garfunkel in Carnal Knowledge (1971) and her prim American kidnapped by Sean Connery in The Wind and the Lion (1975), her performances were deemed too aloof or wan to stand out among the crowd. During this time, she also found a passionate second career as a photographer and photojournalist. A number of her works went on to appear in an assortment of magazines including Life, Playboy and Esquire.Most of her 1970s films were generally dismissed, which included the campus comedy _Getting Straight' opposite the hip counter-culture star at the time-- 'Elliot Gould' ; the violence-soaked drama Soldier Blue (1970); the epic bomb The Adventurers (1970); T.R. Baskin (1971); Bite the Bullet (1975); The Domino Principle (1977), Lina Wertmüller's long-winded and notoriously long-titled Italian dramatic Fine del mondo nel nostro solito letto in una notte piena di pioggia, La (1978) [The End of the World in Our Usual Bend in a Night Fall of Rain]; and the inferior sequel to the huge box office soaper Love Story (1970), entitled Oliver's Story (1978) alongside original star Ryan O'Neal. Things picked up toward the end of the decade when the seemingly humorless Candice took a swipe at comedy. She made history as the first female guest host of "Saturday Night Live," and then showed an equally amusing side in the dramedy Starting Over (1979) as Burt Reynolds tone-deaf ex-wife, enjoying an Oscar nomination for "best supporting actress" in the process. She and Jacqueline Bisset made a fine team as well in George Cukor's Rich and Famous (1981), in which mother Frances could be glimpsed in a Malibu party scene. She also made her Broadway debut in 1985 replacing Sigourney Weaver in David Rabe's black comedy _Hurlyburly."In 1980 Candice married the older (by 14 years) French director Louis Malle. They had one child, Chloe. In 1988, Candice hit a new career plateau on comedy television as the spiky title role on "Murphy Brown" (1988), as the acerbic, competitive, self-important anchor/reporter of a TV magazine show. With a superlative supporting cast, the long-lasting CBS sitcom went the distance (ten seasons) and earned Candice a whopping five Emmy and two Golden Globe awards. A number of TV-movie roles came as a result, playing a number of colorful roles ranging from evil Morgan Le Fey to an elite, high-classed madam.Malle's illness and subsequent death from cancer in 1995 kept Candice at a lower profile for quite some time. Since then, however, Candice has returned with a renewed vigor (or vinegar) on TV, enjoying a number of characters that seem to be familiar extensions of her Murphy Brown curmudgeon. In mostly lightweight comedies such as Miss Congeniality (2000), Sweet Home Alabama (2002) and _In-Laws, The (2003). She also joined the cast of _"Boston Legal" (2002)_ in 2005 playing a brash, no-nonsense lawyer who trades barbs with William Shatner and earning an Emmy nomination in 2006. Her second husband since 2000, Marshall Rose, is a Manhattan real estate developer.

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