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PETER BERGMAN, the son of a Naval officer was born in Guantanamo Bay Cuba. After graduating from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Bergman appeared in numerous regional theaters across the country and several national televised commercials before landing the role of Dr. Cliff Warner on the ABC daytime television series, “All My Children”.  After ten years in the role, Peter left the show to join the cast of the CBS series, “The Young and the Restless” in the starring role of Jack Abbott.

Bergman has also guest starred in the television series “The Five Mrs. Buchanans,” “The Nanny” and “The King of Queens,” as well as made-for-television movies “Pity the Poor Soldier,” “Woman on the Ledge” and “Palomino.”

 During his 43 years on television Peter has won 3 Emmy Awards for outstanding lead actor and been nominated 24 times.

Peter joined with Dr. Bonnie Dow, Writer / Creator Bill Persky, and Writer / Creator Linda Bloodworth-Thomason for the forum "Who Put The Funny In Feminism?", a fascinating round table conversation about the influence of television on the Women’s Movement and American cultural shifts from the 1960’s until today.  They were interviewed by actor, director and Saint Helena Forum Chairman, Douglas Barr.

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