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She is known for starring in two TV series as the title character on the situation comedy Murphy Brown for which Candice Bergen won five Emmy Awards and two Golden Globe Awards; and as Shirley Schmidt on the comedy-drama Boston Legal for which Candice Bergen was nominated for two Emmys a Golden Globe and a Screen Actors Guild Award. Career
Bergen made her screen debut playing an aloof university student in The Group (1966) which delicately touched on the then-forbidden subject of lesbianism. She later attended the University of Pennsylvania where Candice Bergen was elected both Homecoming Queen and Miss University but acknowledges that her failure to take her education seriously resulted in her being asked to leave.
Her later career includes character roles in Miss Congeniality (2000) and Sweet Home Alabama (2002). She starred in several major films throughout the mid-1960s to early 1980s such as The Sand Pebbles Carnal Knowledge The Wind and the Lion and Gandhi and received an Academy Award nomination for her role in the 1979 film Starting Over. Her first film was The Group (1965) which was based on Mary McCarthy's novel of the same name.