|Birth Name||Sherman Bergman|
|Height||5' 10" (1.78 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Sherman Bergman was born and raised in Miami Beach, Florida. He was the only child of Polish born actress, Anne G. Sterling. As a child, he appeared on the South Florida television shows, Skipper Chuck, Jumping Jack, Banjo Billy, and Charlie Baxter's Big Circus.
At Miami Beach Senior High School, Bergman studied acting under legendary drama teacher Jay W. Jensen. Jensen's students included Andy Garcia,Neal Gold, Brett Ratner, and Mickey Rourke.
After high school, Bergman graduated from Miami Dade College, Florida International University, and Nova Southeastern University. He has a BA and an MS degree.
In South Florida, Bergman was an amateur Golden Glove boxer. From 1973-1983,he compiled an amateur boxing record of 17-4-0 (17 knockouts)which included a loss to Mickey Rourke.
Bergman also competed in kick-boxing matches. He compiled a record of 56-8-1 which included losses to future action movie stars Jean-Claude Van Damme, and Gary Daniels.
Bergman's vocation was education. He taught for Miami-Dade County Public Schools for over 25 years. Among his co-workers were actors Steven Brack, Lois Brooks, William Conroy, Jay W. Jensen, and Carl Starling.
Bergman's students included numerous South American and European actors and actresses; including Santa Monica Gomez, Rocío Bastidas Conchita Puglisi, Gustavo Cardozo, Haydee Ramírez, and Carlos Augusto Maldonado.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: DeSoto Denton-Taylor