Pigtails for the 4-year-old "Candy" Bergen.
Candice Bergen was born stunning. The child of model Frances Westcott and ventriloquist comedian Edgar Bergen, her genes guaranteed her chiseled Nordic beautyand her deadpan wit. After a few successful years as a cover girl, she launched a movie career that garnered her an Oscar nomination, before going on to steal the small-screen in Murphy Brown, Boston Public and now House, MD. At 65, Bergen is as dazzling as ever, citing her side-swept bangs ("after a certain age they are just a woman's best friend") and careful makeup application as her beauty secrets. "I love the way women look in Europe in their 50s and 60s," she told People. "They sort of glory in [their age]. They look comfortable in their skin." Certainly, no one is more of a natural than Candice Bergen.