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Candice Patricia Bergen Wiki Biography
Candice Patricia Bergen was born on the 9th May 1946 in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA, and is an actress, probably best known for starring in the title role in the TV series “Murphy Brown” (1988-89) on CBS, and playing Shirley Schmidt in the TV drama series “Boston Legal” (2005–08). She is also recognized for being a former model. Her acting career has been active since 1965.
Have you ever wondered how rich Candice Bergen is, as of early 2016? According to sources, it is estimated that the overall size of Candice’s net worth is as high as $25 million, which has been accumulated mostly through her acting career.[divider]
[divider]Candice Bergen is the daughter of Frances Bergen, an actress and model who was better known as Frances Westcott, and Edgar Bergen, who was a famous ventriloquist and actor. From an early age, she was involved in the entertainment industry, as she started appearing on her father’s radio show, andat the age of 11, she appeared with father in the quiz show “You Bet Your Life”. She was a student of the University of Pennsylvania, and was spotted and chosen as Miss University and Homecoming Queen. To follow her career, she left education, but in 1992 was granted an honorary doctorate from Penn.
Before Candice became an actress, she tried herself as a model, having some success, as she graced the cover of Vogue, for a short time. Her acting career began in the 1960s, in the role of Lakey in the film “The Group” (1966), which was soon followed by roles in films such as “The Sand Pebbles” (1966), “The Magus” (1968), and “The Day the Fish Came Out” (1967), all of which increased her net worth.
In the 1970s, Candice was a part of such productions as “The Wind And The Lion” (1975) alongside Sean Connery, “Bite The Bullet” (1975) with Gene Hackman, “Carnal Knowledge” (1971) which featured Jack Nicholson in lead role, and “Starting Over” (1979) with Burt Reynolds.
During the 1980s her popularity rose, and she was able to land several notable roles – as Margaret Bourke-White in the film “Ghandi” (1982), and “Arthur the King” (1985) in which she portrayed Morgan Le Fay. In 1988, her life completely changed, when she was chosen for the role of Murphy Brown in the TV series of the same name, which aired until 1998, highly increasing her net worth, but also her popularity.
After the show ended, it was rather easy for her to obtain popular roles, which she used quite remarkably, securing the roles like Kathy Morningside in the film “Miss Congeniality” (2000), Mayor Kate Hennings in the film “Sweet Home Alabama” (2002), Judy Tobias in the film “The In-Laws” (2003), and several others.
In 2005, she was selected for the role of Shirley Schmidt in the popular TV series “Boston Legal” (2005-2008), which also substantially increased her net worth. To speak further of her accomplishments as an actress, Candice has appeared in productions such as “Bride Wars” (2009), “A Merry Friggin’ Christmas” (2014).
Most recently, Candice has featured in films including an as yet untitled Warren Beatty project, and “Pearl”, which are scheduled for a 2016 release. Furthermore, she has been selected for the role of Julia in the film “Yeh Din KaKissa”, which will be released in 2017.
Thanks to her successful career, Candice has won numerous prestigious awards, including five Emmy Awards for her work on “Murphy Brown”, and she was also nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her work on “Starting Over”, among many others.
Regarding her personal life, Candice Begren has been married to businessman Marshall Rose since June 2000. Previously, she was married to French film director Louis Malle from 1980 until he passed away from cancer in 1995, and with whom she had a daughter.
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Candice Patricia Bergen Quick Info
|Full Name||Candice Bergen|
|Net Worth||$25 Million|
|Date Of Birth||May 9, 1946|
|Place Of Birth||Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA|
|Height||5′ 7½” (1.71 m)|
|Profession||Actress, Producer, Singer|
|Education||University of Pennsylvania|
|Parents||Frances Bergen, Edgar Bergen|
|Awards||Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, Golden Globe Awards|
|Nominations||Television Academy Hall of Fame (2010), Screen Actors Guild Award, Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actress|
|Movies||The Wind and the Lion (1975), Miss Congeniality (2000), Sweet Home Alabama (2002), The Women (2008), Bride Wars (2009), The Best Man (2012), Love Letters (2014)|
|TV Shows||Murphy Brown (1988–98), Law & Order, Family Guy, Will & Grace, Sex and the City|
Candice Patricia Bergen Trademarks
- Husky resonant voice
Candice Patricia Bergen Quotes
- [on being considered beautiful] You have to work a little harder to find out who’s underneath your face. You have to make people comfortable with you. Of course, I’m grateful beyond words that I had it, but beauty’s very often the elephant in the room, and you’re the elephant handler.
- [on perhaps being a perceived model for single mothers] We were very aware that the choice we were making was very loaded, and we discussed it at great depth. But ‘Murphy’ was very much a show for a slice of highly-educated aware people. So I don’t take responsibility for the rise in single motherhood among uneducated women.
- [on hosting ‘Saturday Night Live’] It was like being shot out of a cannon the first time I did the show. It’s the purest, most exhilarating serum of terror. Lorne Michaels said that the expression in my eyes was like Patty Hearst when the Symbionese Liberation Army rang her doorbell. You just have to hang on for dear life. It’s brilliantly run, but it’s a miracle that the show could have ever existed, the demands are so insane.
- It’s very hard to have a marriage, a child and a career. I believe in putting the child first, quite frankly. That may be a politically incorrect thing to say, but that’s how I feel about it.
- [observation, 2015] Let me just come right out and say it. I am fat. I live to eat. None of this ‘eatin’ to live’ stuff for me. No carb is safe – no fat either. I crave cookies – all the thing that dilate my pupils.
- Acting has never done anything for me except encourage my vanity and provoke my arrogance.
- [on doing love scenes] Suddenly, you wind up in bed with a guy on top of you that you wouldn’t want to share a cab with.
- I find it endlessly fascinating that a reserved man, a man who had difficulty expressing his feelings, fell into the profession of a ventriloquist on radio. And that the person he created was this devil-may-care, no-holds-barred, take-no-prisoners dummy. It was the dummy that wouldn’t die. All the fan mail initially went to Charlie. And Edgar wasn’t really welcome at parties unless Charlie was with him. It was totally surreal.
- Living in L.A. is not like having a date on Saturday night.
- It takes a long time to grow up. Longer than they tell you.
- There are moments when I perceive us as being on the brink of another dark age, a media blitzkrieg of mindlessness.
- [on Lee Marvin] He was everything I hoped and feared he would be — as unpredictable, honest, intimidating and inflammable as I had imagined. He is unusually interesting in the way that was more interesting than peace. I thought if I got out of there merely disfigured I’d be lucky.
- [on Gene Hackman] When acting is done well it is an extraordinary craft, and there are some who approach it like a job. It is breathtaking and inspiring to see someone like Gene Hackman, who is absolutely unpretentious and has never gone through the imbecilities and self-aggrandizement of other actors.
- [on Elliott Gould] He was the first person to teach me to enjoy acting. He never throws a tantrum, never gets into a snit.
- People see you as an object, not as a person, and they project a set of expectations onto you. People who don’t have it think beauty is a blessing, but actually it sets you apart.
- On her less-than voluptuous figure: I’d LIKE to have boobs.
- I may not be the greatest actress but I’ve become the greatest at screen orgasms. Ten seconds of heavy breathing, roll your head from side to side, simulate a slight asthma attack and die a little.
- …Hollywood has been vulgarized, mostly by television, which vulgarizes everything.
- [on Burt Reynolds]: I have always said Burt’s sensitivity and generosity were in great measure responsible for my Academy Award nomination for Starting Over (1979).
Candice Patricia Bergen Important Facts
- Very good friends with fellow actress Ali MacGraw.
- According to June Allyson in her biography, she saved Young Candice Bergen when she was invited at a party whilst Candice almost drowned in the family swimming pool.
- She appeared on The Muppet Show: Candice Bergen (1976), and her father, Edgar Bergen, appeared on The Muppet Show: Edgar Bergen (1977). They were the only parent and child to each make guest appearances on the series.
- Gave birth to her only child at age 39, a daughter Chloe Malle via Caesarean section on November 8, 1985. Child’s father was her husband, Louis Malle.
- Acting mentor and friends with Faith Ford.
- In addition to being the first female host of Saturday Night Live (1975), she is also the first person to host for a second time.
- Her paternal grandparents were Swedish (from Skane, Sweden), while her mother had German and English ancestry.
- Has played the same character (Murphy Brown) on four different series: Murphy Brown (1988), Seinfeld (1989), Ink (1996) and Family Guy (1999).
- Ex-sister-in-law of Dorothy Lyman. Sister-in-law of Vincent Malle.
- Has played Meg Ryan’s mother in two separate films: Rich and Famous (1981) and The Women (2008).
- She studied drama at HB Studio in Greenwich Village in New York City.
- At nine years of age, she auditioned for a role as one of the original Mousketeers on The Mickey Mouse Club (1955). Although her father, Edgar Bergen, personally lobbied his friend Walt Disney on her behalf, she was not hired.
- Stepmother of Manuel Cuotemoc Malle and Justine Malle. Mother of Chloe Malle.
- The French language dubbing of Miss Congeniality (2000), when aired in Quebec, Canada contains both hers and William Shatner’s voices.
- Appeared on You Bet Your Life: Episode #8.34 (1958), an episode of Groucho Marx’s game show, at age 12 and actually sang with Groucho on the show.
- Appeared in Miss Congeniality (2000) with her Boston Legal (2004) co-star William Shatner.
- Hospitalized for high blood pressure. She stayed in hospital for a few days for observation. At the time, there was speculation that she had suffered a stroke, which her publicist quickly denied. However in 2011, Candice gave an interview to Harry Smith of CBS-TV in which she admitted that she had indeed had a stroke, from which she was fully recovered. [September 2006]
- She made instant headlines in 1992 when then Vice President Dan Quayle criticized Murphy Brown (1988) for creating the storyline of Murphy having a baby out of wedlock. Quayle suffered a fair amount of backlash and ridicule for his remarks and “Murphy Brown” continued to be a highly popular show, right up to its last season in 1998. Speaking to TV reporters in 2002, Bergen stated, “I never have really said much about the whole episode, which was endless, but his speech was a perfectly intelligent speech about fathers not being dispensable and nobody agreed with that more than I did”.
- A photographer and photojournalist as well, Candice had a brief but telling cameo as famed photographer Margaret Bourke-White in Richard Attenborough’s grand-scale biopic Gandhi (1982).
- Speaks French fluently.
- In 1995, after receiving her fifth Emmy Award for the title role on Murphy Brown (1988), she declined any future nominations for that role. She received a total of seven consecutive nominations for the role.
- Good friends with actress Christine Kaufmann.
- In the late 1960s, she was the companion of Columbia record producer Terry Melcher. In 1968, they lived together at a house at 10050 Cielo Drive, Beverly Hills. In 1969, they moved to Malibu, and the house at 10050 Cielo Drive was leased to Roman Polanski and Sharon Tate. On August 9, 1969, it was the site of the grisly Manson murders, where Tate and four other people were murdered while Polanski was out of the country. The fact that Melcher had talked to Charles Manson about a record deal that did not go through led to initial speculation that Melcher was the intended target of the killers. However, it was later learned that Manson knew Melcher no longer lived there but wanted to “send a message”. Manson had told his followers to “kill anyone they found there”. The house has now been demolished.
- She came to Sidney Lumet’s attention for The Group (1966) when the director spotted her in a Revlon advertisement hawking lipstick. He thought she was clutching a leopard, though it was really just a leopard print pillow.
- Is a vegetarian.
- Current husband Marshall Rose is a New York real estate magnate (2000).
- She was kicked out of the University of Pennsylvania after failing two subjects. She said that she failed one of those classes, art, because she simply could not get to her 8am class on time.
- Auditioned for the role of Elaine Robinson in The Graduate (1967), which went to Katharine Ross.
- First female host of Saturday Night Live (1975).
- When her birth occurred, Edgar Bergen and Frances Bergen become parents, on Thursday, May 9, 1946, at 9:52pm Pacific Daylight Time.
- Older sister of Kris Bergen, a television film editor and actor.
Candice Patricia Bergen Filmography
|The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)||2017||Julia||Actress|
|Rules Don’t Apply||2016||Nadine Henly||Actress|
|BoJack Horseman||2016||TV Series||The Closer||Actress|
|Battle Creek||2015||TV Series||Constance||Actress|
|Beautiful & Twisted||2015||TV Movie||Bernice||Actress|
|A Merry Friggin’ Christmas||2014||Donna Mitchler||Actress|
|The Michael J. Fox Show||2013||TV Series||Beth Henry||Actress|
|House M.D.||2011||TV Series||Arlene Cuddy||Actress|
|The Romantics||2010||Augusta Hayes||Actress|
|Boston Legal||2005-2008||TV Series||Shirley Schmidt||Actress|
|The Women||2008/I||Catherine Frazier||Actress|
|Sex and the City||2008||Enid Frick||Actress|
|Law & Order: Trial by Jury||2005||TV Series||Judge Amanda Anderlee||Actress|
|Law & Order||2004||TV Series||Judge Amanda Anderlee||Actress|
|Sex and the City||2002-2004||TV Series||Enid Mead, Vogue|
|Footsteps||2003||TV Movie||Daisy Lowendahl||Actress|
|The In-Laws||2003/I||Judy Tobias||Actress|
|View from the Top||2003||Sally Weston||Actress|
|Sweet Home Alabama||2002||Mayor Kate Hennings||Actress|
|Miss Congeniality||2000||Kathy Morningside||Actress|
|Family Guy||2000||TV Series||Murphy Brown|
|A Home for the Holidays||1999||TV Movie||Actress|
|Murphy Brown||1988-1998||TV Series||Murphy Brown||Actress|
|Ink||1997||TV Series||Murphy Brown||Actress|
|Mary & Tim||1996||TV Movie||Mary Horton||Actress|
|Understanding Sex||1994||TV Movie documentary||Narrator (voice)||Actress|
|Seinfeld||1992||TV Series||Murphy Brown||Actress|
|Trying Times||1987||TV Series||Barbara||Actress|
|Mayflower Madam||1987||TV Movie||Sydney Biddle Barrows||Actress|
|Murder: By Reason of Insanity||1985||TV Movie||Ewa Berwid||Actress|
|Hollywood Wives||1985||TV Mini-Series||Elaine Conti||Actress|
|Arthur the King||1985||TV Movie||Morgan Le Fay||Actress|
|2010||1984||SAL 9000 (voice, as Olga Mallsnerd)||Actress|
|Rich and Famous||1981||Merry Noel Blake||Actress|
|Starting Over||1979||Jessica Potter||Actress|
|Oliver’s Story||1978||Marcie Bonwit||Actress|
|A Night Full of Rain||1978||Lizzy||Actress|
|The Domino Principle||1977||Ellie||Actress|
|The Wind and the Lion||1975||Eden Pedecaris||Actress|
|Bite the Bullet||1975||Miss Jones||Actress|
|11 Harrowhouse||1974||Maren Shirell||Actress|
|T.R. Baskin||1971||T. R. Baskin||Actress|
|The Hunting Party||1971||Melissa Ruger||Actress|
|Soldier Blue||1970||Kathy Maribel ‘Cresta’ Lee||Actress|
|The Adventurers||1970||Sue Ann Daley||Actress|
|The Day the Fish Came Out||1967||Electra Brown||Actress|
|Live for Life||1967||Candice||Actress|
|Coronet Blue||1967||TV Series||Enid Toler||Actress|
|The Sand Pebbles||1966||Shirley Eckert||Actress|
|The Group||1966||Lakey Eastlake||Actress|
|Murphy Brown||TV Series co-executive producer – 31 episodes, 1995 – 1997 executive producer – 20 episodes, 1997 – 1998||Producer|
|Mary & Tim||1996||TV Movie co-executive producer||Producer|
|Stealing Time||2009||performer: “Walkin’ in a Winter Wonderland”||Soundtrack|
|Saturday Night Live Christmas||1999||Video performer: “Winter Wonderland” – uncredited||Soundtrack|
|Sing! Sesame Street Remembers Joe Raposo and His Music||1990||TV Movie documentary performer: “Sing, Sing a Song”||Soundtrack|
|Murphy Brown||1989||TV Series performer – 1 episode||Soundtrack|
|Starting Over||1979||performer: “Better Than Ever” 1979, “Easy For You” 1979, “Starting Over” 1979||Soundtrack|
|The Muppet Show||1976||TV Series performer – 1 episode||Soundtrack|
|Saturday Night Live||1975||TV Series performer – 1 episode||Soundtrack|
|You Bet Your Life||1958||TV Series performer – 1 episode||Soundtrack|
|The Film Society of Lincoln Center Annual Gala Tribute to Diane Keaton||2007||TV Movie||Herself – Speaker||Self|
|The Colbert Report||2007||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The 58th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards||2006||TV Special||Herself – Presenter||Self|
|Conversations with Michael Eisner||2006||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The 65th Annual Peabody Awards||2006||TV Special||Herself – Presenter||Self|
|Living in TV Land||2006||TV Series documentary||Herself||Self|
|William Shatner in Concert||2006||TV Special documentary||Herself||Self|
|12th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards||2006||TV Special||Herself – Nominee: Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series / Best Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series||Self|
|The 63rd Annual Golden Globe Awards||2006||TV Movie documentary||Herself – Nominee: Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television||Self|
|60 Minutes Wednesday||2005||TV Series documentary||Herself – Correspondent (segment “Ventriloquist Convention”)||Self|
|The 20th Annual Academy of the Arts Lifetime Achievement Awards Gala||2005||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|Live from New York: The First 5 Years of Saturday Night Live||2005||TV Special documentary||Herself||Self|
|The Mark Twain Prize: Lorne Michaels||2004||TV Movie||Herself – Speaker||Self|
|The 11th Annual Living Landmarks Gala||2004||TV Movie||Herself||Self|
|The 2004 Annual Matrix Awards||2004||TV Special||Herself – Winner||Self|
|The Museum of Television & Radio Annual Honors a Salute to Tom Brokaw||2004||TV Movie||Herself||Self|
|Great Women of Television Comedy||2003||TV Movie||Herself||Self|
|The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts||2003||TV Special||Herself – Presenter||Self|
|Will & Grace||2003||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|This Hour Has 22 Minutes||2003||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|CBS at 75||2003||TV Special documentary||Herself||Self|
|The Passions of Louis Malle||2003||TV Movie documentary||Herself – Interviewee||Self|
|Inside TV Land: Taboo TV||2002||TV Movie documentary||Herself||Self|
|The 2002 Annual United Nations Association Global Leadership Awards||2002||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|The 54th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards||2002||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|Murphy Brown: TV Tales||2002||TV Movie documentary||Self|
|TV Tales||2002||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Candice Checks It Out||2002||TV Series||Herself – Host||Self|
|Gala Paramount Pictures Celebrates 90th Anniversary with 90 Stars for 90 Years||2002||TV Movie||Herself||Self|
|AFI’s 100 Years… 100 Passions: America’s Greatest Love Stories||2002||TV Special documentary||Herself – Host||Self|
|The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts||2001||TV Special||Herself – Presenter: Jack Nicholson||Self|
|The Human Face||2001||TV Mini-Series documentary||Herself||Self|
|Miss Congeniality: Behind the Crown||2001||Video documentary short||Herself / Kathy Morningside||Self|
|Exhale with Candice Bergen||2000||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|2000 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards||2000||TV Special documentary||Herself||Self|
|Late Show with David Letterman||1993-2000||TV Series||Herself – Guest / Herself||Self|
|The Rosie O’Donnell Show||1996-2000||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|Influences: From Yesterday to Today||1999||TV Movie||Herself – Hostess||Self|
|Saturday Night Live 25||1999||TV Special documentary||Herself||Self|
|The Annual Film Society of Lincoln Center Honors Mike Nichols||1999||TV Movie||Herself||Self|
|AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Robert Wise||1998||TV Special documentary||Herself||Self|
|Images of Life||1998||TV Movie||Herself – Host||Self|
|The 50th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards||1998||TV Special||Herself – Presenter||Self|
|The 1998 Annual Muse Awards||1998||TV Special||Herself – Presenter||Self|
|The Annual Museum of TV and Radio Honors. A Salute to Jerry Seinfeld and David E. Kelly||1998||TV Movie||Herself||Self|
|AFI’s 100 Years… 100 Movies: America’s Greatest Movies||1998||TV Special documentary||Herself||Self|
|The 9th Annual American Teacher Awards||1998||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|CBS: The First 50 Years||1998||TV Movie documentary||Herself||Self|
|The Tonight Show with Jay Leno||1997-1998||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|The 50th Annual Directors Guild of America Awards||1998||TV Special||Herself – Presenter||Self|
|American Comedy Awards Viewer’s Choice||1997||TV Special||Herself – Honoree||Self|
|The 49th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards||1997||TV Special||Herself – Presenter||Self|
|The Annual Museum of Television and Radio Gala||1997||TV Movie||Herself||Self|
|Who Is Henry Jaglom?||1997||Documentary||Herself||Self|
|The 53rd Presidential Inaugural Gala: An American Journey||1997||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|Intimate Portrait||1997||TV Series documentary||Herself||Self|
|Images of Life: Photographs That Changed the World||1996||TV Movie documentary||Herself – Host||Self|
|Maury||1994-1996||TV Series||Herself / Herself – Guest||Self|
|The 48th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards||1996||TV Special||Herself – Presenter||Self|
|The 22nd Annual People’s Choice Awards||1996||TV Special||Herself – Winner||Self|
|The 53rd Annual Golden Globe Awards||1996||TV Special||Herself – Nominee||Self|
|Night of About 14 CBS Stars||1996||TV Movie||Herself||Self|
|The 47th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards||1995||TV Special||Herself – Winner & Presenter||Self|
|The First 100 Years: A Celebration of American Movies||1995||TV Movie documentary||Herself||Self|
|1st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards||1995||TV Special||Herself – Nominee: Best Lead Actress in Comedy Series||Self|
|The 52nd Annual Golden Globe Awards||1995||TV Special||Herself – Nominee||Self|
|The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder||1995||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Jack Nicholson||1994||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|The 46th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards||1994||TV Special||Herself – Winner & Presenter||Self|
|The 8th Annual American Comedy Awards||1994||TV Special||Herself – Presenter||Self|
|The Annual Friars Club Tribute Presents a Salute to Barbara Walters||1994||TV Movie||Herself||Self|
|Comic Relief VI||1994||TV Special documentary||Herself||Self|
|A Century of Women||1994||TV Mini-Series documentary||Self|
|The 19th Annual People’s Choice Awards||1993||TV Special||Herself – Winner||Self|
|Good Morning America||1980-1993||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|The 5th Annual Legacy Awards||1993||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|1993 Environmental Media Awards||1993||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|The 45th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards||1993||TV Special||Herself – Nominee & Presenter||Self|
|Bob Hope: The First 90 Years||1993||TV Movie documentary||Herself||Self|
|Aretha Franklin: Duets||1993||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|The 50th Annual Golden Globe Awards||1993||TV Special||Herself – Nominee: Best Actress in a TV-Series – Comedy / Musical||Self|
|The 44th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards||1992||TV Special||Herself – Winner & Presenter||Self|
|The 6th Annual American Comedy Awards||1992||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|The 49th Annual Golden Globe Awards||1992||TV Special||Herself – Winner: Best Actress in a TV-Series – Comedy / Musical||Self|
|The 18th Annual People’s Choice Awards||1992||TV Special||Herself – Winner||Self|
|Changing Minds, Changing Times||1991||Documentary short||Narrator (voice)||Self|
|Planned Parenthood Benefit||1991||TV Movie||Herself||Self|
|The 43rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards||1991||TV Special||Herself – Nominee & Presenter||Self|
|The 63rd Annual Academy Awards||1991||TV Special||Herself – Film Sequence on Favorite Films||Self|
|Big Bird’s Birthday or Let Me Eat Cake||1991||TV Movie||Herself||Self|
|The 48th Annual Golden Globe Awards||1991||TV Special||Herself – Nominee: Best Actress in a TV-Series – Comedy / Musical||Self|
|The 42nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards||1990||TV Special||Herself – Hostess & Winner||Self|
|Comic Relief IV||1990||TV Special documentary||Herself||Self|
|The Earth Day Special||1990||TV Special||Murphy Brown||Self|
|The 35th Annual Genii Awards||1990||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|Sing! Sesame Street Remembers Joe Raposo and His Music||1990||TV Movie documentary||Herself||Self|
|The 62nd Annual Academy Awards||1990||TV Special||Herself – Presenter: Best Costume Design||Self|
|The 42th Annual Directors Guild of America Awards||1990||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|The 47th Annual Golden Globe Awards||1990||TV Special||Herself – Nominee: Best Actress in a TV-Series – Comedy / Musical||Self|
|The Annual National Jewish Fund Awards Dinner||1989||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|The 41st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards||1989||TV Special||Herself – Winner||Self|
|The Pat Sajak Show||1989||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|American Masters||1989||TV Series documentary||Herself||Self|
|Helmut Newton: Frames from the Edge||1989||Documentary||Herself||Self|
|The 61st Annual Academy Awards||1989||TV Special||Herself – Presenter||Self|
|The 46th Annual Golden Globe Awards||1989||TV Special||Herself – Winner||Self|
|Late Night with David Letterman||1987-1988||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|CBS This Morning||1988||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|U.S.A. Today: The Television Series||1988||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Memories Then and Now||1988||TV Movie documentary||Herself – Host||Self|
|The 60th Annual Academy Awards||1988||TV Special||Herself – Audience Member||Self|
|La nuit des Césars||1988||TV Series documentary||Herself||Self|
|The 45th Annual Golden Globe Awards||1988||TV Special||Herself – Audience Member||Self|
|The 3th Annual Mr. Abbot Awards||1987||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|Looney Tunes 50th Anniversary||1986||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|The 57th Annual Academy Awards||1985||TV Special documentary||Herself – Presenter: Best Visual Effects||Self|
|The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson||1973-1985||TV Series||Herself – Guest / Herself||Self|
|Hour Magazine||1984||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The New Show||1984||TV Series||Herself / Various||Self|
|The Making of Gandhi: Mr. Attenborough and Mr. Gandhi||1983||TV Movie||Herself||Self|
|The Best of Brazilian Television||1982||TV Movie documentary||Herself – Host||Self|
|The 34th Annual Directors Guild Awards||1982||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|The 7th Los Angeles Film Critics Awards||1982||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|The City Center Gala||1981||TV Movie||Herself||Self|
|The Way They Were||1981||TV Special||Self|
|The 52nd Annual Academy Awards||1980||TV Special||Herself – Nominee||Self|
|The 37th Annual Golden Globe Awards||1980||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|Camera Three||1979||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Muppets Go Hollywood||1979||TV Special||Herself (uncredited)||Self|
|Dinah!||1975-1977||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|The American Sportsman||1977||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Muppet Show||1976||TV Series||Herself – Special Guest Star||Self|
|The Lion Roars Again||1975||Documentary short||Herself||Self|
|The Making of ‘The Wind and the Lion’||1975||Documentary short||Herself (uncredited)||Self|
|The 46th Annual Academy Awards||1974||TV Special||Herself – Presenter: Best Sound||Self|
|The 45th Annual Academy Awards||1973||TV Special||Herself – Presenter||Self|
|The David Frost Show||1970-1971||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|The Irv Kupcinet Show||1971||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|Festival international de Cannes||1970||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The 42nd Annual Academy Awards||1970||TV Special||Herself – Presenter: Best Sound, Costume Design, and Original Song||Self|
|The Dick Cavett Show||1969-1970||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|The Merv Griffin Show||1970||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|The Joey Bishop Show||1969||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|The Woody Allen Special||1969||TV Special documentary||Self|
|Wedding of the Doll||1968||Documentary||Herself||Self|
|Flash 02||1967||Short documentary||Herself||Self|
|Dim Dam Dom||1967||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|What’s My Line?||1965-1967||TV Series||Herself – Mystery Guest||Self|
|The 39th Annual Academy Awards||1967||TV Special||Herself – Co-Presenter: Best Costume Design||Self|
|The Match Game||1965||TV Series||Herself – Team Captain||Self|
|The Hollywood Palace||1964||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Mike Douglas Show||1964||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|You Bet Your Life||1958||TV Series||Herself – Edgar’s Daughter||Self|
|Screen Snapshots 5854: Young Hollywood||1952||Documentary short||Daughter||Self|
|Unusual Occupations||1947/I||Documentary short||Herself (Baby) (uncredited)||Self|
|In Their Own Words||2015||TV Series||Herself – Actor||Self|
|Rachael Ray||2009-2015||TV Series||Herself – Guest / Herself||Self|
|Watch What Happens: Live||2015||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|Today||1975-2015||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show||2006-2015||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|Live from New York!||2015||Documentary||Herself – Featuring||Self|
|Live with Kelly and Ryan||1990-2015||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|Charlie Rose||2015||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|CBS News Sunday Morning||2015||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|Saturday Night Live: 40th Anniversary Special||2015||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|The Talk||2014||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|Richard Attenborough: A Life in Film||2014||Documentary||Herself||Self|
|Katie||2013||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|Late Night with Jimmy Fallon||2011-2013||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf’s||2013||Documentary||Herself||Self|
|Saturday Night Live||1975-2013||TV Series||Herself – Host / Various / Herself||Self|
|Rock Center with Brian Williams||2012||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The 66th Annual Tony Awards||2012||TV Special documentary||Herself – Presenter||Self|
|10th Annual TV Land Awards||2012||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|CBS This Morning||2012||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|Elusive Justice: The Search for Nazi War Criminals||2011||Documentary||Narrator (voice)||Self|
|America in Primetime||2011||TV Series documentary||Herself / Murphy Brown, Murphy Brown||Self|
|Saturday Night Live Backstage||2011||TV Special documentary||Herself||Self|
|2011 Writers Guild Awards||2011||TV Special||Herself – Presenter||Self|
|AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Mike Nichols||2010||TV Movie||Herself||Self|
|The 19th Annual Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Hall of Fame||2010||TV Special||Herself – Honoree||Self|
|The Early Show||2009||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|The 2009 Whitney Museum Gala||2009||TV Movie||Herself||Self|
|The View||2005-2009||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|The 8th Annual Ellis Island Family Heritage Awards||2009||TV Special||Herself – Host||Self|
|The 24th Annual Guild Hall Academy of the Arts Lifetime Achievement Awards||2009||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|The 60th Primetime Emmy Awards||2008||TV Special||Herself – Nominee & Presenter||Self|
|Discovery Atlas||2008||TV Series documentary||Narrator||Self|
|Entertainment Tonight||2008||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Making of ‘The Sand Pebbles’||2007||Video||Herself||Self|
|Extra||2015||TV Series||Herself||Archive Footage|
|Saturday Night Live: Christmas Special||2014||TV Special||Consumer Reporter / Various||Archive Footage|
|The Insider||2014||TV Series||Murphy Brown||Archive Footage|
|Entertainment Tonight||2014||TV Series||Murphy Brown||Archive Footage|
|I Am Steve McQueen||2014||Documentary||Shirley Eckert (in ‘The Sand Pebbles’)||Archive Footage|
|And the Oscar Goes To…||2014||TV Movie documentary||Herself||Archive Footage|
|Saturday Night Live: Christmas||2013||TV Special||Consumer Reporter (uncredited)||Archive Footage|
|Inequality for All||2013||Documentary||Murphy Brown||Archive Footage|
|American Masters||2012||TV Series documentary||Herself||Archive Footage|
|The Women of SNL||2010||TV Movie||Fern||Archive Footage|
|SNL Presents: A Very Gilly Christmas||2009||TV Movie||Various (uncredited)||Archive Footage|
|Scenes from the Roundtable||2007||Video documentary short||Herself / Murphy Brown||Archive Footage|
|La tele de tu vida||2007||TV Series||Murphy Brown||Archive Footage|
|Cinema mil||2005||TV Series||Herself||Archive Footage|
|Saturday Night Live: The Best of Gilda Radner||2005||Video||Vern (uncredited)||Archive Footage|
|50 Most Wicked Women of Primetime||2004||TV Movie documentary||Murphy Brown||Archive Footage|
|Graffiti 60||2004||TV Mini-Series documentary||Herself||Archive Footage|
|Seinfeld: Inside Look||2004||TV Series documentary short||Murphy Brown||Archive Footage|
|Heroes of Comedy: Women on Top||2003||TV Mini-Series documentary||Archive Footage|
|60 Minutes||2003||TV Series documentary||Herself – Actress (segment “Candice Bergen-Murphy Brown”)||Archive Footage|
|Easy Riders, Raging Bulls: How the Sex, Drugs and Rock ‘N’ Roll Generation Saved Hollywood||2003||Documentary||Herself||Archive Footage|
|Saturday Night Live Christmas 2002||2002||TV Special||Various (uncredited)||Archive Footage|
|Hollywood Remembers||2000||TV Series documentary||Archive Footage|
|Hollywood Screen Tests: Take 1||1999||TV Movie documentary||Herself (uncredited)||Archive Footage|
|Saturday Night Live Christmas||1999||Video||Herself / Consumer Probe||Archive Footage|
|Saturday Night Live: The Best of Phil Hartman||1998||TV Movie documentary||Anne Boleyn (uncredited)||Archive Footage|
|The Haunted History of Halloween||1997||TV Movie documentary||Herself||Archive Footage|
|Great Performances||1994||TV Series||Herself||Archive Footage|
|All-Star 25th Birthday: Stars and Street Forever!||1994||TV Special||Herself||Archive Footage|
|Funny Women of Television||1991||TV Movie documentary||Herself – Host (segment ‘Murphy Brown’ Behind the Scenes)||Archive Footage|
|The Best of Chevy Chase||1987||Video documentary||Herself||Archive Footage|
|On Location with Rich and Famous||1981||Documentary short||Archive Footage|
|America at the Movies||1976||Documentary||Susan||Archive Footage|
|The Hollywood Palace||1970||TV Series||Herself||Archive Footage|
Candice Patricia Bergen Awards
|2008||OFTA Television Award||Online Film & Television Association||Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series||Boston Legal (2004)||Won|
|2007||TV Land Award||TV Land Awards||TV Moment That Became Headline News||Murphy Brown (1988)||Won|
|1998||Muse Award||New York Women in Film & Television||Won|
|1996||People’s Choice Award||People’s Choice Awards, USA||Favorite Female TV Performer||Won|
|1995||Primetime Emmy||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series||Murphy Brown (1988)||Won|
|1994||Primetime Emmy||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series||Murphy Brown (1988)||Won|
|1993||People’s Choice Award||People’s Choice Awards, USA||Favorite Female TV Performer||Won|
|1992||Golden Globe||Golden Globes, USA||Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Comedy or Musical||Murphy Brown (1988)||Won|
|1992||Primetime Emmy||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series||Murphy Brown (1988)||Won|
|1992||American Comedy Award||American Comedy Awards, USA||Funniest Female Performer in a TV Series (Leading Role) Network, Cable or Syndication||Murphy Brown (1988)||Won|
|1992||People’s Choice Award||People’s Choice Awards, USA||Favorite Female TV Performer||Won|
|1991||Q Award||Viewers for Quality Television Awards||Best Actress in a Quality Comedy Series||Murphy Brown (1988)||Won|
|1990||Primetime Emmy||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series||Murphy Brown (1988)||Won|
|1990||Q Award||Viewers for Quality Television Awards||Best Actress in a Quality Comedy Series||Murphy Brown (1988)||Won|
|1989||Golden Globe||Golden Globes, USA||Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Comedy or Musical||Murphy Brown (1988)||Won|
|1989||Primetime Emmy||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series||Murphy Brown (1988)||Won|
|1989||Golden Apple||Golden Apple Awards||Female Star of the Year||Won|
|1989||Q Award||Viewers for Quality Television Awards||Best Actress in a Quality Comedy Series||Murphy Brown (1988)||Won|
|1979||Woman of the Year||Hasty Pudding Theatricals, USA||Won|
|1976||Bronze Wrangler||Western Heritage Awards||Theatrical Motion Picture||Bite the Bullet (1975)||Won|
|2008||OFTA Television Award||Online Film & Television Association||Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series||Boston Legal (2004)||Nominated|
|2007||TV Land Award||TV Land Awards||TV Moment That Became Headline News||Murphy Brown (1988)||Nominated|
|1998||Muse Award||New York Women in Film & Television||Nominated|
|1996||People’s Choice Award||People’s Choice Awards, USA||Favorite Female TV Performer||Nominated|
|1995||Primetime Emmy||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series||Murphy Brown (1988)||Nominated|
|1994||Primetime Emmy||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series||Murphy Brown (1988)||Nominated|
|1993||People’s Choice Award||People’s Choice Awards, USA||Favorite Female TV Performer||Nominated|
|1992||Golden Globe||Golden Globes, USA||Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Comedy or Musical||Murphy Brown (1988)||Nominated|
|1992||Primetime Emmy||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series||Murphy Brown (1988)||Nominated|
|1992||American Comedy Award||American Comedy Awards, USA||Funniest Female Performer in a TV Series (Leading Role) Network, Cable or Syndication||Murphy Brown (1988)||Nominated|
|1992||People’s Choice Award||People’s Choice Awards, USA||Favorite Female TV Performer||Nominated|
|1991||Q Award||Viewers for Quality Television Awards||Best Actress in a Quality Comedy Series||Murphy Brown (1988)||Nominated|
|1990||Primetime Emmy||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series||Murphy Brown (1988)||Nominated|
|1990||Q Award||Viewers for Quality Television Awards||Best Actress in a Quality Comedy Series||Murphy Brown (1988)||Nominated|
|1989||Golden Globe||Golden Globes, USA||Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Comedy or Musical||Murphy Brown (1988)||Nominated|
|1989||Primetime Emmy||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series||Murphy Brown (1988)||Nominated|
|1989||Golden Apple||Golden Apple Awards||Female Star of the Year||Nominated|
|1989||Q Award||Viewers for Quality Television Awards||Best Actress in a Quality Comedy Series||Murphy Brown (1988)||Nominated|
|1979||Woman of the Year||Hasty Pudding Theatricals, USA||Nominated|
|1976||Bronze Wrangler||Western Heritage Awards||Theatrical Motion Picture||Bite the Bullet (1975)||Nominated|