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Candice Bergen
May 9, 1946 -
Nationality: American
Category: Actress
Subcategory: American Actress

But it was hard to leave because the show's been so important in our lives.


I guess I was a mom so late in life, my daughter was the greatest thing since sliced bread.


I couldn't hold it together today. George Clooney asked me if I was OK, and I practically collapsed. I couldn't stop crying, I had to go off sobbing like an idiot.


I got the role I loved the most at a point in my career when most women are being phased out.


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.


At an age when most actresses are being phased out, I am being phased in - with a vengeance.


Self-acceptance has been a blessed by-product of middle age.


I've never felt more comfortable in my skin, I've never enjoyed life as much and I feel so lucky.


I was getting offers. I had just turned them down. Then I realized I should be grateful that at age 54, people were still offering me film roles.


Though beauty gives you a weird sense of entitlement, it's rather frightening and threatening to have others ascribe such importance to something you know you're just renting for a while.


Hollywood is like Picasso's bathroom.


Memory is the first casualty of middle age, if I remember correctly.


I have never savored life with such gusto as I do now.


But when I disappeared, it sort of pissed me off, that guys get to go on being sexual until they're seventy or eighty, and we disappear at forty-five or fifty.


It's impossible to be more flat-chested than I am.


I believe a lot in monogamy, let me tell you.


Beauty set up distance between other people and me. It warped their behavior.


Men say they love independence in a woman, but they don't waste a second demolishing it brick by brick.


When are you going to realize that if it doesn't apply to me it doesn't matter?


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.


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