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In 1970, Midler began performing at a local gay bathhouse, and became quite close with her accompanist, Barry Manilow, who produced her first album.
During her run of "Tommy" in 1971, she was asked to appear on "The Tonight Show" and from there her fame skyrocketed.
In 1965 Bette relocated to New York City, and was cast in the off-off Broadway plays "Miss Nefertiti Regrets" and "Cinderella Revisited".
In 1966 to 1969 she played in "Fiddler On The Roof" on Broadway, during which time her sister Judith was tragically killed by a taxi cab.
I adore dolphins & horses, would love to have my own horse to go riding some day.
I have many dreams, too many to list but includes holidays, a cruise, travel abroad, weekends away in a caravan & maybe one day the chance to build an environmentally friendly home.
Not that Bette has issues with the campy character she created early in her career, a trash-talking broad in toreador pants and platform shoes who sang retro hits like "Do You Want to Dance?She majored in drama at the University of Hawaii, though she attended only three semesters.In 1964 she was cast as an extra in the film "Hawaii", playing a seasick passenger.Just as in the 1943 Bette Davis-Miriam Hopkins vehicle "Old Acquaintance," "Beaches" traces the enduring bond between two childhood friends as it shifts through warm dependence, jealous rivalry, cold estrangement and back again."In this case, I would have to say the producer in me nailed the actor in me to the wall." Bette Midler, whose new film is called "Beaches," was talking out of both sides of her talent.
Not only does Midler star opposite Barbara Hershey in an odd-couple tale of lifelong and sometimes bumpy friendship between two women who meet in Atlantic City as children; "Beaches," based on a novel by Iris Rainer Dart, directed by Garry Marshall and released under Disney's Touchstone banner, is also the first movie from Midler's All Girl Productions.`I don`t have any plans to do concerts or records," said Bette Midler.During her career she was been nominated for two Academy Awards, won four Grammys, four Golden Globes, three Emmy Awards, and a special Tony Award.