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Bette Midler Bette Midler (December 1, 1945) is a singer and actress. Several times he has been honored for her performance in her musical and acting career. Among his many awards are: the Grammy, Emmy, Tony and Golden Globe In the mid-60s, after participating as an extra in a movie called Hawaii, moved to New York. He acted in plays independent, then moved to the Broadway stage. In 1972 he released his first album, The Divine Miss M, for which he won his first Grammy Award. In 1979 she starred in the film The Rose, directed by Mark Midler, in a role inspired rock singer Janis Joplin’s life. The role brought him his first Oscar nomination in the category of Best Actress and won the Golden Globe for best musical or comedy actress and rising star of the year.Other highlights of his films are: A madman loose in Hollywood (1986), for which she was nominated for a Golden Globe, Unbelievable Luck (1987), which was again nominated for a Golden Globe, and Yesterday, Today and por Siempre (1991), which eventually would win. Likewise, his television appearances were memorable, as their involvement with his two friends Sir Elton John and Cher, the successful program of the latter, called “The Cher Show.” Currently, he is to them that shares the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. He presents his show Bette Midler: The Showgirl Must Go On.