Appeared on NBC's "Will & Grace" as 'Candy Bergen,' an acquaintance of Karen
Reprised the role of <i>Vogue</i> editor Enid Frick in "Sex and the City: The Movie"
Served as an occasional contributor to NBC's morning show "Today"
TV-movie debut in "Arthur the King" (CBS)
Was featured in Diane English's female ensemble "The Women," a remake of the 1936 play by Clare Boothe Luce
Starred as an American woman kidnapped in the Middle East in the period drama "The Wind and the Lion"
Made first TV-movie in nearly a decade, "Mary & Tim" (CBS)
Made miniseries debut in "Hollywood Wives" (ABC)
Played Shirley Eckert, an assistant school teacher, in the Oscar nominated movie, "The Sand Pebbles"
Played the NYC mayor in "Sweet Home Alabama"
Became a Ford model in NYC; used cover-girl fees to buy cameras
Co-starred opposite Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway in the comedy "Bride Wars"
Hosted the talk show "Exhale with Candice Bergen" for the Oxygen network
Appeared in her last feature for 15 years, "Stick"
Made adult TV episodic debut, "Coronet Blue" (CBS)
Appeared in the holiday-themed comedy "A Merry Friggin' Christmas"
Made her Broadway debut in the Mike Nichols-directed "Hurlyburly"; replaced Sigourney Weaver in the role of Diane
Made her film-acting debut in "The Group," playing a glamorous lesbian
Appeared with her father on Groucho Marx's quiz show "You Bet Your Life" (NBC) as Candy Bergen
Made her radio debut as a guest on her father's program
Worked as a photojournalist for <i>Life</i>, <i>Playboy</i> and <i>Esquire</i>
Acted in the Mike Nichols-directed "Carnal Knowledge"
Joined the cast of ABC's "Boston Legal" as Shirley Schmidt, the third partner of Crane, Poole & Schmidt; earned Golden Globe (2005), Emmy (2006, 2008) and SAG (2006) nominations
Played photojournalist Margaret Bourke-White in the Oscar-winning "Gandhi"
Returned to features in "Miss Congeniality" as the sweet-yet-demented pageant host Kathy Morningside
Teamed with Jacqueline Bisset in George Cukor's "Rich and Famous"
Made her TV series debut, playing controversial TV journalist "Murphy Brown" (CBS); show achieved a level of political notoriety in the 1992 presidential election when Dan Quayle mentioned the show in a campaign speech, known as the "Murphy Brown speech"
Co-starred opposite Ryan O'Neal in "Oliver's Story," a sequel to O'Neal's 1970 hit film "Love Story"
Earned a Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination for her comedic turn as Burt Reynolds' ex-wife in "Starting Over"
Had a recurring role on HBO's "Sex and the City" playing Enid Frick, Carrie Bradshaw's (Parker) editor at <i>Vogue</i>
Wrote "The Freezer," which was included in the publication "Best Short Plays of 1968"
Had a recurring guest role on "House"
Starred in Noah Baumbach's dramedy "The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)"
Reprised her most famous role in the reboot of "Murphy Brown"
Appeared with Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda and Mary Steenburgen in "Book Club"