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Bernadette Peters Biography and Filmography
Bernadette Peters
Birthday: February 28, 1948
Birth Place: Ozone Park, Queens, New York, USA
Height: 5' 3"
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American actress Bernadette Peters was a five-year-old performer on Horn and Hardart's kiddie-talent radio program, and by age 11 was appearing on Broadway in Most Happy Fella. Peters achieved national fame in 1968 with her campy performance as Ruby, the 1930s-style chorus girl protagonist of the off-Broadway musical pastiche Dames at Sea. The role demonstrated only one aspect of her talents, but nonetheless threatened to typecast her as a squeaky-voiced dumb blonde. Bernadette scuttled that stereotype herself as leading lady in the 1969 Joel Grey musical George M. The following year she played Mabel Normand opposite Robert Preston's Mack Sennett in the musical comedy Mack and Mabel, which, though a failure, has become a staple of community theatres. (The amateur Mabels have an ongoing tendency to imitate Bernadette Peters). In 1976, Peters costarred with Richard Crenna on All's Fair, a Norman Lear TV sitcom that showed neither star to best advantage. Reluctant to leave her native New York City, Peters has nonetheless occasionally travelled to Hollywood for an off-and-on movie career. Hilarious as a babaloo-ing cabaret entertainer in Silent Movie (1976), the actress was even better as the long-suffering wife of goony Steve Martin in The Jerk (1977). She was reunited with Martin in Pennies From Heaven (1981), an uneven but fascinating attempt to juxtapose the fanatasies of 1930s popular music with the grim realities of Depression life. Offscreen, her relationship with Martin was intensely romantic for several years. Feeling unfulfilled in Hollywood, Bernadette Peters returned to Broadway in the mid 1980s, reclaiming her Dames at Sea prominence tenfold in such musicals as Sunday in the Park With George, Song and Dance, and Into the Woods, nearly unrecognizable in the latter in her heavy makeup as the wizened witch of "Hansel and Gretel" fame.
Adopted (2005)
[ Jodi Lyn O'Keefe ][ Christine Baranski ]
The Land Before Time X: The Great Longneck Migration (2003)
[ Olivia Newton-John ]
It Runs in the Family (2003)
[ Michelle Monaghan ][ Sarita Choudhury ]
Bobbie's Girl (2002)
[ Rachel Ward ]
Prince Charming (2001)
[ Christina Applegate ][ Andrea Martin ]
The Getaway (2001)
[ Alexandra Holden ]
Snow Days (1999)
[ Missi Pyle ][ Mary Birdsong ]
Wakko's Wish (1999)
[ Nancy Cartwright ][ Tress MacNeille ][ Julie Brown ]
Holiday in Your Heart (1997)
What the Deaf Man Heard (1997)
[ Hallee Hirsh ][ Claire Bloom ]
Anastasia (1997)
[ Kirsten Dunst ][ Meg Ryan ][ Lacey Chabert ][ Aaliyah ][ Angela Lansbury ]
Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas (1997)
[ Angela Lansbury ][ Kath Soucie ]
Cinderella (1997)
[ Whoopie Goldberg ][ Whitney Houston ][ Brandy Norwood ]
The Odyssey (1997)
[ Isabella Rossellini ][ Vanessa Williams ][ Greta Scacchi ][ Geraldine Chaplin ][ Irene Pappa ]
The Last Mile (1992)
Impromptu (1991)
[ Emma Thompson ][ Judy Davis ]
Into the Woods (1991)
Alice (1990)
[ Mia Farrow ][ Blythe Danner ][ Cybill Shepherd ][ Julie Kavner ][ Judy Davis ]
The Last Best Year (1990)
[ Mary Moore ][ Erika Alexander ]
Fall from Grace (1990)
[ Beth Grant ][ Annie Rubanoff ]
Pink Cadillac (1989)
[ Dolly Parton ]
Slaves of New York (1989)
[ Mercedes Ruehl ][ Dianna Ross ][ Annie Lennox ][ Catherine Ringer ]
David (1988)
Sunday in the Park with George (1986)
[ Dana Ivey ]
Annie (1982)
[ Shawnee Smith ][ Carol Burnett ][ Amanda Peterson ][ Aileen Quinn ][ Janet Jones-Gretzky ]
Lights, Camera, Annie! (1982)
[ Carol Burnett ][ Aileen Quinn ]
Heartbeeps (1981)
[ Mary Woronov ][ Diane Peterson ]
Pennies from Heaven (1981)
[ Jessica Harper ]
Tulips (1981)
The Jerk (1979)
[ Diane Peterson ]
The Islander (1978)
[ Sharon Gless ]
Vigilante Force (1976)
[ Victoria Principal ][ Loni Anderson ]
Silent Movie (1976)
[ Dody Goodman ][ Candice Rialson ]
W.C. Fields and Me (1976)
[ Valerie Perrine ][ Linda Purl ]
The Longest Yard (1974)
Paradise Lost (1974)
Ace Eli and Rodger of the Skies (1973)
[ Pamela Franklin ]
Once Upon a Mattress (1972)
[ Carol Burnett ]
George M! (1970)
[ Blythe Danner ]
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  • Younger sister of casting director Donna DeSeta
  • Created the roles of Dot in "Sunday in the Park with George", Mabel Normand in "Mack and Mabel" and The Witch in "Into the Woods" in the original Broadway productions.
  • Has won two "Best Leading Actress in a Musical" Tony awards for "Song and Dance" and "Annie Get Your Gun."
  • Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame for Live Theatre
  • Has two siblings, Joseph and Donna.
  • Awarded the President's Award at the 11th Annual 'Mr. Abbott' Awards Dinner.
  • Is the youngest performer to be inducted into the Theater Hall of Fame.
  • Co-hosted Tony awards telecast with Gregory Hines, June 2002.
  • Is a member of the MTC Board of Directors.
  • Was inducted into the Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame.
  • Her father Peter Lazzaro drove a bread truck.
  • Of Italian descent, she changed her last name to Peters (after her father's first name) to avoid being typecast in stereotypical Italian roles. (mafia, mobsters etc.)
  • Measurements: 35C-23-36 (Source: Celebrity Sleuth magazine)
  • Has won two Tony awards as Best Actress (Musical): in 1986 for "Song and Dance" and in 1999 for a revival of "Annie Get Your Gun." In addition, she has received five other Tony nominations: one as Best Supporting or Featured Actress (Musical) in 1972 for a revival of "On the Town;" and four other Best Actress (Musical) nominations: in 1975 for "Mack and Mabel;" in 1984 for "Sunday in the Park with George," a performance she recreated in the television version with the same title, Sunday in the Park with George (1986) (TV); in 1993 for "The Goodbye Girl;" and in 2003 for a revival of "Gypsy."
  • Aunt of Tian DeSeta.
  • Her husband, Michael Wittenberg died in a helicopter crash in Montenegro, Europe on September 26, 2005. An investment advisor, he was reportedly on a business trip.

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