Candice Bergen, the Golden Globe winning actress, will speak about the death of husband LOUISE MALLE in her second memoir, reports the Associated Press. 64-year-old Bergen is currently penning the follow up to her well-received 1984 book 'Knock Wood'.
Jonathan Karp, the Simon & Schuster Vice President, said on Thursday 30th October that the currently untitled new memoir will be available in 2012, and Bergen is set to speak about her time spent on the acclaimed TV show 'Murphy Brown', as well as the passing of her late husband, the filmmaker Louis Malle who died from lymphoma in 1995. Malle was responsible for such films as 1981's 'Atlantic City' and 'Murmur of the Heart' in 1971, the latter of which earned him an Oscar nomination. The couple have one child together, a daughter named Chloe, who was born in 1985.
Bergen won five Emmy Awards for her performances as the eponymous character 'Murphy Brown', and she also starred alongside William Shatner in 'Boston Legal'. Most recently, the 64-year-old has starred in the movies, 'The Romantics', 'Sex and the City', and 'The Woman'.