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Candice Bergen of 'Murphy Brown' Has Been Married for 19 Years to Real-Estate Developer Marshall Rose

Kareena Koirala
Nov 10, 2019
03:30 A.M.
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Hollywood star Candice Bergen and her husband, Marshall Rose, are one of the strongest couples of the entertainment industry.


Candice Bergen tied the knot with the real estate mogul, Marshall Rose, back in 2000, and almost two decades later, their bond is going stronger than ever.

While speaking during an interview regarding the reboot her one of her most popular series, "Murphy Brown," Bergen also gave a glimpse of the sweet relationship she shares with her husband.

Candice Bergen stands backstage during the 62nd Academy Awards ceremony March 26, 1990 in Los Angeles, CA. | Source: Getty Images



Upon being asked about the oldest thing in her house, referring to the furniture, Bergen joked that it was her husband. Chloe Malle, her daughter with ex-husband, Louis Malle, who accompanied her during the interview added:

"Poor Marsh. I’m sure there are some antiques that are older than Marsh."

Actress Candice Bergen and Marshall Rose attend Lincoln Center's American Songbook Gala red carpet at Alice Tully Hall on February 1, 2017 in New York City. | Source: Getty Images


Bergen and Rose live in their beautiful home in New York City. They have been together ever since Rose proposed Bergen after dating her for about three months.

The couple got married after Rose's ex-wife, Jill, passed away in 1996 while Bergen's former husband passed away in 1995.



Bergen also opened up about her married life in another interview and revealed that theirs has been a "traditional marriage."

She also praised her husband for being "the most attentive and loving" before adding that she is truly grateful for his companionship over the years.


Bergen also admitted that she is at a stage in life when she feels more settled and has begun to "enjoy [her] alone time a little less."

She added that being in a marriage is like "having radiant heat next to you in bed" and she was now used to that.


The actress, who rose to popularity with her memorable role in "Murphy Brown," has won five Emmy Awards and two Golden Globes for her performance in the series.

Bergen worked on the show for 10 seasons before finally saying her goodbyes after the show ended around 30 years ago.

The series was given a reboot last year with Bergen reviving her iconic role and much of the original star cast also returning to the show.

Unfortunately, the television network canceled the series after just one season of the reboot.