Knowledge Identifier: +Candice_Bergen
Bergen began appearing on her father's radio program at a young age, and in 1958, at age eleven, with her father on Groucho Marx's quiz show "You Bet Your Life" as Candy Bergen
Her second film in 1966 was "The Sand Pebbles", in which she played Shirley Eckert, an assistant school teacher and missionary opposite Steve McQueen
Tate and four others were murdered in the home in 1969 by followers of Charles Manson
Bekim Fehmiu - Known for his macho appearance and mild manner, Fehmiu was wooed by Western filmmakers and signed a contract with the Academy *award winning producer Dino De Laurentiis For the 1970 Hollywood epic "The Adventurers", co-starring Charles Aznavour and Candice Bergen, he learnt English in three months
Smith College - In the 1971 film "Carnal Knowledge", Candice Bergen's character, Susan, is a Smith student, and portions of the film take place on the Smith campus
On September 27, 1980, she married French film director Louis Malle
In 1982, Bergen appeared in the Oscar-winning film "Gandhi" in which she portrayed documentary photographer Margaret Bourke-White
Colleen Dewhurst - During 1989 and 1990, she appeared in a supporting role on the television series "Murphy Brown" playing the feisty mother of Candice Bergen's title character; this role earned her two Emmy *awards
Rogers Telecom - "'Sprint Canada"' launched in the early 1990s with Candice Bergen as its spokesperson
Sprint Nextel - In 1992, United Telecommunications adopted the nationally recognized identity of its long distance unit, changing its name to "'Sprint Corporation"', due in large part to the increased brand recognition as a result of the successful Candice Bergen "Dime Lady" advertisement campaign
Sprint Corporation - In 1992, United Telecommunications adopted the nationally recognized identity of its long distance unit, changing its name to "'Sprint Corporation"', due in large part to the increased brand recognition as a result of the successful Candice Bergen "Dime Lady" advertisement campaign
Paula Cale - Following her graduation from DePaul University, Cale originated the role of Suzanne in the Steppenwolf Theatre production of Steve Martin's "Picasso at the Lapin Agile" in Chicago and came to Los Angeles with the production in 1995, where Candice Bergen spotted her and later offered Cale the recurring role of McGovern, a reporter in "Murphy Brown"
Sela Ward - Ward succeeded actress Candice Bergen as commercial spokesperson for Sprint's long distance telephone service from 1999 until 2002, when landline long distance promotions fell out of favor
Since June 15, 2000, she has been married to New York real estate magnate and philanthropist Marshall Rose
Dan Quayle - '" In 2002, Candice Bergen, the actress who played Brown, said "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
Boston Legal - On November 30, 2004, it was announced that Candice Bergen would join the cast as senior partner Shirley Schmidt, a character the producers had planned to introduce for several months
More recently she appeared in the 2009 movie "Bride Wars" as Marion St. Claire, New York's most sought-after wedding planner, who serves as the narrator of the story
In 2010, she appeared in a one-night only concert semi staged reading of "Evening Primrose" by Stephen Sondheim
She has returned to Broadway in the 2012 revival of Gore Vidal's "The Best Man" and the 2014 revival of "Love Letters"
Alan Alda - Alda will be returning to Broadway on November 8, 2014, playing the role of Andrew Makepeace in the revival of "Love Letters" at the Brooks Atkinson Theater alongside with Candice Bergen
Diane Keaton - Keaton's only project of 2018 was "Book Club" in which she starred alongside Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen, and Mary Steenburgen as four friends who read "Fifty Shades of Grey" as part of their monthly book club, and subsequently begin to change how they view their personal relationships
On May 10, 2019, the reboot was canceled by CBS.