Susan Glasser and Peter Baker are veteran political journalists who closely covered the presidency of Donald Trump, he as the New York Times chief White House correspondent, she as a…
Candice Bergen has had a lengthy career on TV, in film and on stage – she was on Broadway as recently as last year. But for many her name remains synonymous with her smart, tough TV sitcom character Murphy Brown, a role for which Bergen won five Emmys. The character mirrored some parts of Bergen’s own life: Becoming a mother later than her peers, balancing relationships and parenting with a demanding, high-profile job. Now, at 68, Bergen reflects on the people and experiences that have made up her own story: namely, the three great loves of her life. Actress Candice Bergen joins Diane for a conversation about her career, marriage and love.
- Candice Bergen Actress and author of the new memoir "A Fine Romance"
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In this scene from her well-known sitcom, Candice Bergen, as Murphy Brown, has a scene with the Queen of Soul
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