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Marilyn Bergman

Marilyn Bergman
  • Career:
  • Top celebrities: 6337
  • BirthDate: 1929, 10 of November , New York City, New York, USA
  • Spouse: Alan Bergman (1958 - present)
  • Zodiac sign: Scorpio
  • Facts of life

    Marilyn Bergman: An Enigma!

    Marilyn Bergman is a woman of many talents and rarely do we come across such accomplished stars that have contributed tremendously towards art and films. She is the famous composer who also happens to be the wife of Alan Bergman, the distinguished composer who has worked together with Marilyn to create some awe-inspiring works of music in films like Yes, Giorgio.

    There is not one field that the actress hasn’t invaded with her talent. From films, clubs to television, she has lent her talent to many projects that will always remain etched forever in our hearts. The hit Alan Marilyn duo have collaborated with many big production houses and eminent personalities of Hollywood.

    Not slowing down even for a moment, Bergman, who is 84 years old isn’t shy of taking up work. This year too shall see Marilyn Bergman and her husband appear in various shows and mesmerizing viewers yet again with their talent.

  • Awards: Won ASCAP Award - 1987 for "Most Performed Feature Film Standards on TV for:The Way We Were (1973). Shared with: Alan Bergman Marvin Hamlisch For the song "The Way We Were"."
    Nominated Oscar - 1996 for "Best Music, Original Song for:Сабрина (1995). Shared with: John Williams (music) Alan Bergman (lyrics) For the song "Moonlight"."
    Nominated Oscar - 1990 for "Best Music, Original Song for:Shirley Valentine (1989). Shared with: Marvin Hamlisch (music) Alan Bergman (lyrics) For the song "The Girl Who Used to Be Me""
    Won Oscar - 1984 for "Best Music, Original Song Score and Its Adaptation or Best Adaptation Score for:Yentl (1983). Shared with: Michel Legrand (music) Alan Bergman (lyrics)"
    Nominated Oscar - 1983 for "Best Music, Original Song for:Best Friends (1982). Shared with: Michel Legrand (music) Alan Bergman (lyrics) For the song "How Do You Keep the Music Playing?"."
    Nominated Oscar - 1980 for "Best Music, Original Song for:The Promise (1979). Shared with: David Shire (music) Alan Bergman (lyrics) For the song "Theme from The Promise (I'll Never Say 'Goodbye')"."
    Nominated Oscar - 1979 for "Best Music, Original Song for:Same Time, Next Year (1978). Shared with: Marvin Hamlisch (music) Alan Bergman (lyrics) For the song "The Last Time I Felt Like This""
    Won Oscar - 1974 for "Best Music, Original Song for:The Way We Were (1973). Shared with: Marvin Hamlisch (music) Alan Bergman (lyrics) For the song "The Way We Were"."
    Nominated Oscar - 1973 for "Best Music, Original Song for:The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean (1972). Shared with: Maurice Jarre (music) Alan Bergman (lyrics) For the song "Marmalade, Molasses & Honey"."
    Nominated Oscar - 1972 for "Best Music, Original Song for:Sometimes a Great Notion (1970). Shared with: Henry Mancini (music) Alan Bergman (lyrics) For the song "All His Children"."
    Nominated Oscar - 1971 for "Best Music, Original Song for:Pieces of Dreams (1970). Shared with: Michel Legrand (music) Alan Bergman (lyrics) For the song "Pieces of Dreams"."
    Nominated Oscar - 1970 for "Best Music, Original Song for:The Happy Ending (1969). Shared with: Michel Legrand (music) Alan Bergman (lyrics) For the song "What Are You Doing for the Rest of Your Life?""
    Won Oscar - 1969 for "Best Music, Original Song for:The Thomas Crown Affair (1968). Shared with: Michel Legrand (music) Alan Bergman (lyrics) For the song "The Windmills of Your Mind"."
    Nominated BAFTA Film Award - 1984 for "Best Original Song for:Tootsie (1982). Shared with: Dave Grusin Alan Bergman For the song "Tootsie"."
    Nominated Anthony Asquith Award for Film Music - 1978 for "for:A Star Is Born (1976). Shared with: Paul Williams Barbra Streisand Kenny Ascher Rupert Holmes Leon Russell Kenny Loggins Alan Bergman Donna Weiss"
    Nominated Emmy - 2001 for "Outstanding Music and Lyrics for:AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Barbra Streisand (2001) (TV). Shared with: Marvin Hamlisch (music) Alan Bergman (lyric) (20th Century Fox Television). For the song "On the Way to Becoming Me"."
    Won Emmy - 1999 for "Outstanding Music and Lyrics for:AFI's 100 Years... 100 Movies: America's Greatest Movies (1998) (TV). Shared with: Marvin Hamlisch (composer) Alan Bergman (lyricist) (CBS). For the song "A Ticket To Dream"."
    Won Emmy - 1995 for "Outstanding Individual Achievement in Music and Lyrics for:Barbra: The Concert (1995) (TV). Shared with: Marvin Hamlisch (composer) Alan Bergman (lyricist) (HBO). For the song "Ordinary Miracles"."
    Nominated Emmy - 1992 for "Outstanding Individual Achievement in Main Title Theme Music for:"Brooklyn Bridge" (1991). Shared with: Marvin Hamlisch (music) Alan Bergman (lyricist) (CBS). For episode "When Irish Eyes are Smiling"."
    Won Emmy - 1977 for "Outstanding Achievement in Music Composition for a Special (Dramatic Underscore) for:Sybil (1976) (TV). Shared with: Leonard Rosenman (composer) Alan Bergman (composer) (NBC). (Shown within "The Big Event" (1976))."
    Nominated Emmy - 1975 for "Outstanding Achievement in Music Composition for a Special for:Queen of the Stardust Ballroom (1975) (TV). Shared with: Billy Goldenberg (composer) Alan Bergman (composer) (CBS)."
    Nominated Golden Globe - 1996 for "Best Original Song - Motion Picture for:Сабрина (1995). Shared with: John Williams (music) Alan Bergman (lyrics) For the song "Moonlight"."
    Nominated Golden Globe - 1990 for "Best Original Song - Motion Picture for:Shirley Valentine (1989). Shared with: Marvin Hamlisch (music) Alan Bergman (lyrics) For the song "The Girl Who Used to Be Me"."
    Nominated Golden Globe - 1984 for "Best Original Score - Motion Picture for:Yentl (1983). Shared with: Michel Legrand Alan Bergman"
    Nominated Golden Globe - 1983 for "Best Original Song - Motion Picture for:Yes, Giorgio (1982). Shared with: John Williams (music) Alan Bergman (lyrics) For the song "If We Were In Love"."
    Nominated Golden Globe - 1979 for "Best Original Song - Motion Picture for:Same Time, Next Year (1978). Shared with: Marvin Hamlisch (music) Alan Bergman (lyrics) For the song "The Last Time I Felt Like This"."
    Nominated Golden Globe - 1977 for "Best Original Song - Motion Picture for:From Noon Till Three (1976). Shared with: Elmer Bernstein (music) Alan Bergman (lyrics) For the song "Hello and Goodbye"."
    Won Golden Globe - 1974 for "Best Original Song for:The Way We Were (1973). Shared with: Marvin Hamlisch (music) Alan Bergman (lyrics) For the song "The Way We Were"."
    Nominated Golden Globe - 1973 for "Best Original Song for:Molly and Lawless John (1972). Shared with: Johnny Mandel (music) Alan Bergman (lyrics) For the song "Take Me Home"."
    Nominated Golden Globe - 1972 for "Best Original Song for:The African Elephant (1971). Shared with: Laurence Rosenthal (music) Alan Bergman (lyrics) For the song "Rain Falls Anywhere It Wants To.""
    Nominated Golden Globe - 1971 for "Best Original Song for:Pieces of Dreams (1970). Shared with: Michel Legrand (music) Alan Bergman (lyrics) For the song "Pieces of Dreams"."
    Nominated Golden Globe - 1970 for "Best Original Song for:The Happy Ending (1969). Shared with: Michel Legrand (music) Alan Bergman (lyrics) For the song "What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life"."
    Won Golden Globe - 1969 for "Best Original Song for:The Thomas Crown Affair (1968). Shared with: Michel Legrand (music) Alan Bergman (lyrics) For the song "The Windmills of Your Mind"."
    Nominated Grammy - 1997 for "Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television for:Сабрина (1995). Shared with: John Williams Alan Bergman (lyrics) For the song "Moonlight"."
    Nominated Grammy - 1990 for "Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television for:Shirley Valentine (1989). Shared with: Alan Bergman Marvin Hamlisch For the song "The Girl Who Used To Be Me"."
    Nominated Grammy - 1985 for "Best Album of Instrumental Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television Special for:Yentl (1983). Shared with: Michel Legrand Alan Bergman"
    Nominated Grammy - 1978 for "Best Album of Original Score written for a Motion Picture or Television Special for:A Star Is Born (1976). Shared with: Kenny Ascher Alan Bergman Rupert Holmes Leon Russell Barbra Streisand Donna Weiss Paul Williams Kenny Loggins"
    Won Grammy - 1975 for "Album of Best Original Score Written for a Motion Picture for:The Way We Were (1973). Shared with: Alan Bergman Marvin Hamlisch"
    Won Frederick Loewe Award for Film Composing - 2000 for "Shared with: Alan Bergman"
    Nominated Razzie Award - 1984 for "Worst Musical Score for:Yentl (1983). Shared with: Michel Legrand (music) Alan Bergman (lyrics)"
    Nominated Razzie Award - 1983 for "Worst Original Song for:Author! Author! (1982). Shared with: Dave Grusin (music) Alan Bergman (lyrics) For the song "Comin' Home To You (is Like Comin' Home To Milk And Cookies)"."
    Nominated Razzie Award - 1981 for "Worst Original Song for:A Change of Seasons (1980). Shared with: Henry Mancini Alan Bergman (lyrics) For the song "Where Do You Catch The Bus for Tomorrow?"."
    Won Crystal Award - 1986 for ""
    Won Lifetime Achievement Award - 2004 for "Shared with: Alan Bergman"
  • Position in top best awards winner: 264
  • Films with Marilyn Bergman: In the Heat of the Night - 1988-1995
    In the Heat of the Night: By Duty Bound - 1995
    In the Heat of the Night: Who Was Geli Bendl? - 1994
    In the Heat of the Night: A Matter of Justice - 1994
    In the Heat of the Night: Give Me Your Life - 1994
    Alice - 1976-1985
    Yentl - 1983
    Good Times - 1974-1979
    Maude - 1972-1978
    Sybil - 1976
    The Happy Ending - 1969
    In the Heat of the Night - 1967
    Sanctuary - 1961
    Late Show with David Letterman - 2011
    The Tonight Show with Jay Leno - 2011
    't Schaep Met De 5 Pooten - 2011
    Late Night with Jimmy Fallon - 2010
    Glee - 2010
    Memòries de la tele - 2010
    My Girlfriend's Boyfriend - 2010
    Loose Cannons - 2010
    The Informant! - 2009
    Neil Diamond: Hot August Night/NYC - 2009
    One True Love - 2008
    Trying to Get Good: The Jazz Odyssey of Jack Sheldon - 2008
    Nancy LaMott: I'll Be Here with You - 2008
    Family Guy - 2007
    American Masters - 2000-2007
    Ugly Betty - 2007
    The Great Outdoors - 2007
    Your Song - 2007
    A Sesame Street Christmas Carol - 2006
    Confetti - 2006
    The Gigolos - 2006
    Breakfast on Pluto - 2005
    The Simpsons - 2002-2004
    Connie and Carla - 2004
    The School of Rock - 2003
    The In-Laws - 2003/I
    I'm Alan Partridge - 2002
    The Graduation - 2002
    Austin Powers in Goldmember - 2002
    The Tick - 2001
    AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Barbra Streisand - 2001
    Our Favorite Things: Christmas in Vienna - 2000
    The 72nd Annual Academy Awards - 2000
    Next Friday - 2000
    Great Performances - 1999
    The Thomas Crown Affair - 1999
    At First Sight - 1999
    Mystery Science Theater 3000 - 1993-1997
    Washington Square - 1997
    Bogus - 1996
    Twister - 1996
    The 68th Annual Academy Awards - 1996
    Waiting to Exhale - 1995
    Sabrina - 1995
    Golden Anniversary - 1995
    Springfield's Most Wanted - 1995
    Barbra: The Concert - 1995
    Boys on the Side - 1995
    The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom - 1993
    The Gingerbread Girl - 1993
    Melrose Place - 1993
    As Time Goes By - 1992
    For the Boys - 1991
    The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear - 1991
    Switch - 1991
    Married with Children - 1991
    The Earth Day Special - 1990
    The 62nd Annual Academy Awards - 1990
    Welcome Home - 1989
    Shirley Valentine - 1989
    Major League - 1989
    Troop Beverly Hills - 1989
    Cinq jours en juin - 1989
    The January Man - 1989
    Big - 1988
    In the Heat of the Night - 1988
    Shy People - 1987
    One Voice - 1986
    Micki + Maude - 1984
    P.O.P. - 1984
    The 56th Annual Academy Awards - 1984
    The Man Who Loved Women - 1983
    Never Say Never Again - 1983
    The Facts of Life - 1983
    The 55th Annual Academy Awards - 1983
    Best Friends - 1982
    Tootsie - 1982
    Yes, Giorgio - 1982
    Author! Author! - 1982
    Bolero - 1981
    Back Roads - 1981
    A Change of Seasons - 1980
    Fame - 1980
    The 52nd Annual Academy Awards - 1980
    Roller Revolution - 1980
    Starting Over - 1979
    ...And Justice for All. - 1979
    The 51st Annual Academy Awards - 1979
    The Promise - 1979
    Same Time, Next Year - 1978
    The One and Only - 1978
    The Muppet Show - 1977
    A Star Is Born - 1976
    The Brady Bunch Variety Hour - 1976
    From Noon Till Three - 1976
    Ode to Billy Joe - 1976
    The Benny Hill Show - 1975
    Queen of the Stardust Ballroom - 1975
    99 and 44/100% Dead - 1974
    The 46th Annual Academy Awards - 1974
    Good Times - 1974
    The Way We Were - 1973
    Breezy - 1973
    The 45th Annual Academy Awards - 1973
    Molly and Lawless John - 1972
    The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean - 1972
    Maude - 1972
    The 44th Annual Academy Awards - 1972
    Funny Face - 1971
    The 43rd Annual Academy Awards - 1971
    Doctors' Wives - 1971
    Sometimes a Great Notion - 1970
    Pieces of Dreams - 1970
    Move - 1970
    Myra Breckinridge - 1970
    Wuthering Heights - 1970
    The Magic Garden of Stanley Sweetheart - 1970
    The Dean Martin Comedy Hour - 1970
    The 42nd Annual Academy Awards - 1970
    The Lawrence Welk Show - 1970
    Gaily, Gaily - 1969
    John and Mary - 1969
    Bracken's World - 1969
    Stiletto - 1969
    The 41st Annual Academy Awards - 1969
    The Thomas Crown Affair - 1968
    A Man Called Gannon - 1968
    Fitzwilly - 1967
    The Hollywood Palace - 1967
    Any Wednesday - 1966
    Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall - 1960-1966
    Harlow - 1965/II
    Summer Flight - 1963
    The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet - 1963
    The Avengers - 1963
    The Adventures of Champion - 1955
    The Jo Stafford Show - 1961
    The Way We Were: Looking Back - 1999
    Michel Legrand and Friends - 2010
    Streisand: Live in Concert - 2009
    American Masters - 2007
    AFI's 100 Years... 100 Songs: America's Greatest Music in the Movies - 2004
    The Score - 2003
    Today - 1980
    Everyday - 1978
    Playboy After Dark - 1970
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  • Marilyn Bergman`s Biography
Also born in November 1926-1931