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2012
Award2012

Grammy Trustees Award

Won Grammy Trustees Award.
Nomination2012

Grammy Trustees Award

Nominated for Grammy Trustees Award.
2007
Lyrically, Alan Bergman
AlbumMay 8, 2007

Lyrically, Alan Bergman

Lyrically, Alan Bergman is …
Lyrically, Alan Bergman is the debut album by American lyricist Alan Bergman. It was recorded in 2007, and released later that year by Verve Records. The album consists of songs with lyrics by Bergman and his wife, Marilyn Bergman (née Keith). Alan and Marilyn Bergman have been nominated fifteen times for the Academy Award for Best Original Song, and have won twice, at the 41st Academy Awards for "Windmills of Your Mind", and for "The Way We Were" at the 46th Academy Awards, both winning songs are featured on this album.
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2001
Nomination2001

Outstanding Original Music And Lyrics

Nominated for "The American Film Institute Salute to ...".
Primetime Emmy Award
1999
Nomination1999

Outstanding Original Music And Lyrics

Nominated for "AFI 100 Years... series".
Primetime Emmy Award
Award1999

Outstanding Original Music And Lyrics

Won award for "AFI 100 Years... series".
Primetime Emmy Award
1996
Nomination1996

Best Song Written for Visual Media

Nominated for "Moonlight".
Grammy Award
Nomination1996

Best Song Written for Visual Media

Nominated for "Moonlight".
Grammy Award
1995
Nomination1995

Outstanding Original Music And Lyrics

Nominated for "The Concert".
Primetime Emmy Award
Nomination1995

Best Original Song

Nominated for "Moonlight".
Golden Globe Award
Nomination1995

Best Original Song

Nominated for "Moonlight".
Academy Award
Award1995

Outstanding Original Music And Lyrics

Won award for "The Concert".
Primetime Emmy Award
1992
Nomination1992

Outstanding Main Title Theme Music

Nominated for "Brooklyn Bridge".
Primetime Emmy Award
1989
Nomination1989

Best Song Written for Visual Media

Nominated for "The Girl Who Used to Be Me".
Grammy Award
Nomination1989

Best Song Written for Visual Media

Nominated for "The Girl Who Used To Be Me".
Grammy Award
Nomination1989

Best Original Song

Nominated for "The Girl Who Used To Be Me".
Golden Globe Award
Nomination1989

Best Original Song

Nominated for "The Girl Who Used To Be Me".
Academy Award
1984
Nomination1984

a Film

Nominated for "Tootsie".
BAFTA Best Original Song Written
Nomination1984

Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media

Nominated for "Yentl".
Grammy Award
1983
Award1983

Best Original Song Score

Won award for "Yentl".
Academy Award
Nomination1983

Best Original Song

Nominated for "Papa, Can You Hear Me?".
Academy Award
Nomination1983

Best Original Song

Nominated for "The Way He Makes Me Feel".
Golden Globe Award
Nomination1983

Best Original Score

Nominated for "Yentl".
Golden Globe Award
Nomination1983

Best Original Song

Nominated for "The Way He Makes Me Feel".
Academy Award
Nomination1983

Best Original Song Score

Nominated for "Yentl".
Academy Award
1982
Nomination1982

Best Original Song

Nominated for "Yes, Giorgio: If We Were in Love".
Academy Award
Nomination1982

Best Original Song

Nominated for "It Might Be You".
Academy Award
Nomination1982

Best Original Song

Nominated for "How Do You Keep the Music Playing?".
Academy Award
Nomination1982

Worst Original Song

Nominated for "Author! Author!".
Golden Raspberry Award
Nomination1982

Best Original Song

Nominated for Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song.
Golden Globe Award
1980
Nomination1980

Worst Original Song

Nominated for "A Change of Seasons".
Golden Raspberry Award
1979
Nomination1979

Best Original Song

Nominated for "I'll Never Say 'Goodbye".
Academy Award
1978
Nomination1978

Best Original Song

Nominated for "The Last Time I Felt Like This".
Academy Award
Nomination1978

Best Film Music

Nominated for "A Star Is Born".
BAFTA Award
Nomination1978

Best Original Song

Nominated for "The Last Time I Felt Like This".
Golden Globe Award
Nomination1978

Song of the Year

Nominated for "You Don't Bring Me Flowers".
Grammy Award
1977
Nomination1977

Outstanding Music Composition For A Mi…

Nominated for "The Big Event".
Primetime Emmy Award
Award1977

Outstanding Music Composition For A Mi…

Won award for "The Big Event".
Primetime Emmy Award
Nomination1977

Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media

Nominated for "A Star Is Born".
Grammy Award
1976
Nomination1976

Best Original Song

Nominated for "Hello and Goodbye".
Golden Globe Award
1975
Award1975

Outstanding Achievement In Special Mu…

Won award for "Queen of the Stardust Ballroom".
Primetime Emmy Award
Nomination1975

Outstanding Achievement In Special Mu…

Nominated for "Queen of the Stardust Ballroom".
Primetime Emmy Award
Nomination1975

Outstanding Original Music And Lyrics

Nominated for "Queen of the Stardust Ballroom".
Primetime Emmy Award
Award1975

Outstanding Original Music And Lyrics

Won award for "Queen of the Stardust Ballroom".
Primetime Emmy Award
Nomination1975

Best Music Composition - Special Program

Nominated for "Queen of the Stardust Ballroom".
Primetime Emmy Award
1974
Nomination1974

Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media

Nominated for "The Way We Were".
Grammy Award
Nomination1974

Song of the Year

Nominated for "The Way We Were".
Grammy Award
Nomination1974

Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media

Nominated for "The Way We Were: Original Soundtrack Recording".
Grammy Award
Award1974

Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media

Won award for "The Way We Were: Original Soundtrack Recording".
Grammy Award
Award1974

Song of the Year

Won award for "The Way We Were".
Grammy Award
Award1974

Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media

Won award for "The Way We Were".
Grammy Award
1973
Nomination1973

Best Original Song

Nominated for "The Way We Were".
Golden Globe Award
Award1973

Best Original Song

Won award for "The Way We Were".
Academy Award
Award1973

Best Original Song

Won award for "The Way We Were".
Golden Globe Award
Nomination1973

Best Original Song

Nominated for "The Way We Were".
Academy Award
Nomination1973

Best Original Song

Nominated for "Breezy's Song".
Golden Globe Award
1972
Nomination1972

Best Original Song

Nominated for "Marmalade, Molasses and Honey".
Golden Globe Award
Nomination1972

Best Original Song

Nominated for "Take Me Home".
Golden Globe Award
Nomination1972

Best Original Song

Nominated for "Marmalade, Molasses and Honey".
Academy Award
Nomination1972

Song of the Year

Nominated for "The Summer Knows".
Grammy Award
Nomination1972

Song of the Year

Nominated for "The Summer Knows".
Grammy Award
1971
Nomination1971

Best Original Song

Nominated for "Rain Falls Anywhere It Wants To".
Golden Globe Award
Nomination1971

Best Original Song

Nominated for "All His Children".
Academy Award
1970
Nomination1970

Best Original Song

Nominated for "Pieces Of Dreams".
Golden Globe Award
Nomination1970

Best Original Song

Nominated for "Pieces Of Dreams".
Academy Award
1969
Nomination1969

Best Original Song

Nominated for "What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life?".
Academy Award
Nomination1969

Best Original Song

Nominated for "What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life?".
Golden Globe Award
1968
Nomination1968

Best Original Song

Nominated for "The Windmills of Your Mind".
Golden Globe Award
Award1968

Best Original Song

Won award for "The Windmills of Your Mind".
Academy Award
Award1968

Best Original Song

Won award for "The Windmills of Your Mind".
Golden Globe Award
Nomination1968

Best Original Song

Nominated for "The Windmills of Your Mind".
Academy Award
1960
Nomination1960

Song of the Year

Nominated for "Nice 'n' Easy".
Grammy Award
Nomination1960

Song of the Year

Nominated for "Nice 'n' Easy".
Grammy Award
1958
Alan Bergman
MarriageFebruary 1958

Alan Bergman

Prolific songwriter ("Nice 'n' Easy", "Yellow Bird"), composer and …
Prolific songwriter ("Nice 'n' Easy", "Yellow Bird"), composer and author, educated at UCLA and the University of Northern Carolina (BA). During WW II, he wrote and directed Special Services shows, then directed TV shows for CBS in Philadelphia, PA from 1945-1953. He joined ASCAP in 1955 and wrote TV production numbers for Jo Stafford special shows, and songs for Fred Astaire and Marge and Gower Champion. He also wrote songs for revues and night club acts. His stage scores include "That's Life" (Los Angeles), "Ice Capades of 1957" and "Something More!" (Broadway). His chief musical collaborators include his wife Marilyn Bergman, Lew Spence, Norman Luboff, Paul Weston, Sammy Fain and Alex North. His other song compositions include "Cheatin' Billy", "Don't Know Where I'm Goin'", "I've Never Left Your Arms", "Marriage-Go-Round", "Sentimental Baby", "Sleep Warm", "Sogni D'Oro", "That Face", "Baby, The Ball Is Over", "Ol' MacDonald", "That's Him Over There" and "If I Were In Love". His albums include "Never Be Afraid" and "Aesop's Fables".
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1929
Marilyn Bergman
BirthNovember 1929

Marilyn Bergman

Marilyn Bergman was born.
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