On the Opening Day of baseball season, Candice Bergen had her own double header with appearances on CBS Sunday Morning and NPR’s Weekend Edition Sunday to talk about her new memoir A Fine Romance (S&S; S&S Audio; OverDrive Sample).
Calling the book a “love letter” to her daughter, Bergen writes about her marriage to the French film director Louis Malle, her time on Murphy Brown, motherhood, and her difficult childhood as the daughter of the famous ventriloquist Edgar Bergen (who, improbably, became a big hit on the non-visual medium of radio).
Bergen tells CBS’s Jane Pauley that her dad cut her out of his will but left a bequest to his wooden ventriloquist’s dummy, Charlie McCarthy.
Bergen’s new book is getting the media attention one would expect for such a well-known actress. She will be interviewed on the Today show, Charlie Rose, Live with Kelly and Michael and Ellen, as well as in a range of print publications, from Vanity Fair to AARP Magazine.
Holds are heavy in some libraries we checked, spiking well over a 3:1 ratio.