Veteran singer Marilyn Bergman dies at the age of 93


Mumbai, Hollywood’s famous singer Marilyn Bergman (Marilyn Bergman) Has died at the age of 93. Marilyn Bergman has not only won many awards, but she was also awarded the Oscar award. While there, he breathed his last at his home in Los Angeles.

Marilyn Bergman along with her husband Alan Bergman created hundreds of songs which proved to be superhits. He made people crazy with his songs. At one point it came that, his name started spreading all over Hollywood and everyone started liking his songs. Phir Kya Tha, one after the other, he made a mark for himself with superhit songs and achieved a new position.

His songs included the emotional song ‘You Don’t Bring Me Flowers’ by Dean Martin’s dreamy ‘Sleep Warm’. He helped write the uptempo themes for the 1970s sitcoms “Maude” and “Good Times” and helped on the words and music for the 1978 Broadway show “Ballroom” that no one had done before.

Let us tell you, both of them got married in the year 1958 and the pair of both were also considered better in songwriting partnership and both gave many tremendous songs together to Hollywood film industry. Marilyn Bergman won three Oscars for the soundtrack of The Way We Were, Windmills of Your Mind and Streisand’s Yantel. Along with this, he also received 16 nominations, out of which three were received in 1983 alone which was a huge success. At the same time, he also won two Grammys and four Emmys, after which he was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.

first published:Jan. 10, 2022, 2:29 p.m.

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