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actor , Banker , Lawyer

Harold Everett Bergman, American actor, retired lawyer, banker. Bar: Florida 1950. Nominee, South Florida Carbonell award, 1991; recipient, 1977, Bill Hindman award, 2000, Founders' award, Professional Actors Association Florida, Inc., 1997.

Background

Bergman, Harold Everett was born on April 19, 1919 in Milwaukee. Son of Harold E. Bergman and Irene Alma Schwab.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Psychology, University Illinois, 1942. Juris Doctor, University Florida, 1950. Master of Arts in Speech, Florida State University, 1955.

Career

Personal injury adjustor Travelers Insurance Company, Chicago, 1945—1947. Claims supervisor Indemnity Insurance Company North America, 1947—1948. Sole law practice Gadsden County, Florida, 1950, 1953—1956.

Public relations director Tallahassee Federal Savings and Loan Association, 1956—1958. Stockbroker A.M. Kidder & Company, 1958—1960. Branch manager Security Associates, 1960—1962, Halsey, Stuart & Company, Jacksonville, 1962—1964, Francis I. DuPont, Miami Beach, 1964—1966.

President B-Trio Corporation, Florida and Texas, 1966—1967. Institutional representative Prudential-Bache, Miami, Florida, 1967—1984. Professional actor, since 1973.

Lecturer in business law Florida State University, Tallahassee, 1958—1962. Staff sergeant MRTC, 1942, special agent Counter Intelligence Corps, 1943-1945, special agent Counter Intelligence Corps, 1951-1953, commissioned United States Army Reserve, 1947.

Achievements

  • Bar: Florida 1950.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Teatro Olimpico of Vicenza, Italy, 1955. Author, translator Selected Items from Der Nord-Westen Manitowoc Company, Wisconsin, 1874-1887, 2001, Selected Items from Der Nord-Westen Manitowoc Company, Wisconsin, 1888-1897, 2002, Selected Items from Der Nord-Westen Manitowoc Company, Wisconsin, 1898-1901, 2003, author, translator Selected Items from Der Nord-Westen Manitowoc Company, Wisconsin, 1902-1905, 1906-1909, 2003, 2004. Actor: (plays) Plaza Suite, 1973, Catch 22, 1974, Clarence Darrow, 1977, Cyrano, 1978, The Shadow Box, 1979, Glengarry Glen Ross, 1988, Other People's Money, 1991, Broken Glass, 1994, (opera) Abduction from the Seraglio, 1978.

      (films) Final Countdown, 1979, Nobody's Perfekt, 1981, Harry and Son, 1983, Cocoon, 1984, Whoops, Apocalypse!, 1986, Cocoon, the Return, 1988, Somebody Has to Shoot the Picture, 1990, A Woman's Right, 1992, Radioland Murders, 1994. (television series) Miami Vice, B.L. Stryker, Matlock, Key West, South Beach, Dawson's Creek.

Membership

Member of American Federation of television and Radio Artists, Screen Actors Guild (Florida council 1989-1999, vice president Florida council 1994-1998, national board 1993-1999, 7th national vice president 1995-1997, finance committee 1993-1999, Service award Florida council 1999), American Guild Musical Artists, Actors Equity Association, National Counterintelligence Corps Association, Alpha Kappa Psi, Phi Alpha Delta.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Genealogy.

Connections

Married Rosalie Grimes, July 18, 1943 (divorced March 1981). Children: Karen, Jill, Nancy, Jane. Married Jeanne Marie Anspach, July 4, 1982 (deceased October 1989).

Married Mary V. Utz, September 1, 2001.

father:
Harold E. Bergman

mother:
Irene Alma Schwab

spouses:
Rosalie Grimes

Jeanne Marie Anspach

Mary V. Utz

children:
Karen Bergman

Jill Bergman

Nancy Bergman

Jane Bergman