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Bette Midler – a famous American actress and singer, winner of three “Grammy”, “Emmy”, “Tony”, “Golden Globe”, twice honored with a nomination for “Oscar” for his roles in the films “For guys” and “Rose”.
Also known for the films “The First Wives Club,” “Big Business,” “Parental outrage” and others.
Bette Midler was born December 1, 1945 in Honolulu, Hawaii to a Jewish family. The parents named her after the actress Bette Davis. All childhood passed among Bette pineapple plantations and orange groves, she climbed on coconut palms and sometimes to herself jealous. But at school teased her desperately – nicknamed thick and ugly. In addition, she was the only white girl on the street – Midler live in Chinatown, where settled only dark-skinned inhabitants of the islands. Bette since childhood wanted to become a singer, but a stern father did not approve of her choice, considering that decent girls ought not to turn his back on public consumption. Then Bette learned a few Christmas carols and secretly from their parents took part in a school vocal competition. As a result, performing the song “Silent Night,” Bette was the best and won. And soon after that I graduated from high school and studied for three months at the University of Hawaii at the Department of Dramatic Arts. It is symbolic that before you leave the house she promised herself that never come back – and kept her word. However, when he was famous, she was reconciled with his father, from whom doctors diagnosed with cancer.
And in those days the 20-year-old girl ran away to New York and performed his dream – to become live in Manhattan and sing.
Bette sang a long time under the name of divine mission. A year later, Midler made her debut on Broadway (in particular, she played the role of Tzeitel in the popular musical “Fiddler on the Roof”). In 25 years, Bette Midler performed in the famous New York gay sauna «Continental Baths», where she met Barry Manilow. He subsequently became her producer and helped to release their debut album. Collection «The Divine Miss M» brought her the prestigious award – a statuette of “Grammy”. Midler’s second album was also a success – it has sold a million copies in America. Along with the singing career of Bette he continued performing on the Broadway stage, where with great success were her own show «Bette Midler» and «Bette Midler’s Clams on the Half Shell Revue». During their 29-year-old Bette Midler became the winner of “Tony” Award.
At 34, Bette Midler sang symbolic for the role in the film – in the musical drama “The Rose” (1979). This film is devoted the last years of the life of singer Janis Joplin. In the film it is embodied in the image of the heroine Rose – drunken singer. Her lover tries unsuccessfully to save Rose from self-destruction. The film was highly praised by critics, and Bette was nominated for “Oscar”. And for the soundtrack to the film Bette won the second prize “Grammy”.
Later Bette played in numerous comedies ( “evil eye”, “Down and Out in Beverly Hills”, “Ruthless People,” “Big Business,” “On the Beach” and others.)
Soon Bette Midler for the second time won the award “Golden Globe” and a nomination for “Oscar” for his role as Dixie Leonard in the drama “For Men” (1991). The film tells the story of a singer and comedian Eddie Dixie that entertain US soldiers in different parts of the world. Bette Midler has played in many films. Since 1984, Bette Midler married Martin von Heyslbergom, which in 1986, 41-year-old movie star gave birth to daughter Sophie Frederica von Alohilani Heyslberg (the name given in honor of Frederick’s father Bette).
In 2013, after a nearly 30-year hiatus Midler returned to Broadway to play the famous Hollywood agent in the one-man show, “I’ll eat you last: a conversation with Sue Mendzhers”.

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