Candice and her then boyfriend Terry Melcher lived in the same house that the Manson family murdered Sharon Tate. The house was rented to Sharon and her husband Roman Polanski.
Candice was nominated, along with her Boston Legal castmates for a SAG Award in the category of Outstanding Ensemble in a Drama Series in 2008.
Candice was chosen as one of People Magazine's annual 100 Most Beautiful People in the World, Beauty over 60, in May 2007.
Candice is currently married to Marshall Rose, and was married to Louis Malle.
Candice was hospitalized for high blood pressure and stayed in the hospital for observation, in September 2006.
Candice once worked as a photographer and photojournalist.
Candice attended Westlake School for Girls in Los Angeles.
Candice appeared on her father's radio program when she was a child.
Candice's first public appearance was (as an infant) in a magazine advertisement with her parents.
Candice was kicked out of the University of Pennsylvania after failing two subjects.
Candice has written a play and a memoir.
Candice's height is 5' 9" (1.75 m).
Candice's nickname is Candy.
Candice was nominated for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series in 2006 for her role in Boston Legal. She was nominated again in 2008.
Candice is fluent in French.
Candice was born at 9:52pm-PST.
Candice is a vegetarian.
Candice appeared in the movie View From The Top where she played a world-famous stewardess who inspired the main character Gwyneth Paltrow.
Candice's father's puppet, Charlie McCarthy, had a bigger bedroom and more clothes than she did as a child.
In 1992, Candice appeared in an episode of Seinfeld, titled The Keys, when Kramer gets a job of playing her secretary in Murphy Brown.
Candice achieved critical acclaim for her performance in the 1971 film Carnal Knowledge, where she played the co-ed who becomes involved with roommates Jack Nicholson and Art Garfunkle.
Candice first came to the public's attention in 1966 when she starred as Elinor Eastlake in Sidney Lumet's film The Group .
For a while, Candice lived with Terry Melcher, the son of Doris Day.
Candice wrote her autobiography Knock Wood in 1984.
While Candice was at college, she modelled for Vogue magazine.
Candice attended two universities: The University of Pennsylvania and the University of Switzerland.
Candice is the daughter of ventriloquist Edgar Bergen who had a dummy called Charlie McCarthy.
Candice was awarded an honorary doctorate degree from her Alma Mater, University Of Pennsylvania, in 1992.
Candice Bergen: At an age when most actresses are being phased out, I am being phased in, with a vengeance.
Candice Bergen: Dreams are, by definition, cursed with short life spans.
Candice Bergen: Acting has never done anything for me except encourage my vanity and provoke my arrogance.
Candice Bergen: Hollywood has been vulgarized, mostly by television, which vulgarizes everything.
Candice Bergen: 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.
Candice Bergen: 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.
Candice Bergen: I used to believe that marriage would diminish me, reduce my options. That you had to be someone less to live with someone else when, of course, you have to be someone more.
Candice Bergen: Hollywood is like Picasso's bathroom.
Candice Bergen: It's impossible to be more flat-chested than I am.
Candice Bergen: Maybe if people are getting worn out with reality shows, which they don't seem to be, comedies will start reasserting themselves.
Candice Bergen: Men say they love independence in a woman, but they don't waste a second demolishing it brick by brick.
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