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

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American actress Candice Bergen was a celebrity even before she was born. As the first child of popular radio ventriloquist Edgar Bergen and his young wife Frances, Candice was a hot news item months before her birth, and headline material upon that blessed event (her coming into the world even prompted magazine cartoons which suggested that Edgar would try to confound the nurses by "giving" his new daughter a voice). Candice made her first public appearance as an infant, featured with her parents in a magazine advertisement. 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. Candice loved her parents and luxuriated in her posh lifestyle, though she was set apart from other children in that her "brothers" were the wooden dummies Charlie McCarthy and Mortimer Snerd - and Charlie had a bigger bedroom than she did! Like most 1960s teens, however, she rebelled against the conservatism of her parents and adopted a well-publicized, freewheeling lifestyle - and a movie career. In her first film, The Group (1965), Candice played a wealthy young lesbian - a character light years away from the sensibilities of her old-guard father. She next appeared with Steve McQueen in the big budget The Sand Pebbles (1966), simultaneously running smack dab into the unkind cuts of critics, who made the expected (given her parentage) comments concerning her "wooden" performance. Truth to tell, Candice did look far better than she acted, and this status quo remained throughout most of her film appearances of the late 1960s; even Candice admitted she wasn't much of an actress, though she allowed (in another moment that must have given papa Edgar pause) that she was terrific when required in a film to simulate an orgasm. Several films later, Candice decided to take her career more seriously than did her critics, and began emerging into a talented and reliable actress in such films as Carnal Knowledge (1971) and The Wind and the Lion (1975). Most observers agree that Candice's true turnaround was her touching but hilarious performance as a divorced woman pursuing a singing career - with little in the way of talent - in the Burt Reynolds comedy Starting Over (1979). Candice'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. 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. Bergen several Emmy Awards. 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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