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Ingrid Bergman

Knowledge Identifier: +Ingrid_Bergman


Ingrid Bergman

Swedish actress who starred in a variety of European and American films add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1915.

Countries: United States (46%), United Kingdom (11%), France (10%)

Main connections: Roberto Rossellini, Alfred Hitchcock, Yul Brynner

Linked to: Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, American Film Institute, Royal Dramatic Theatre School, Wesleyan University




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Ingrid Bergman was born in 1915 add something


Carl Froelich - By 1933 Froelich was one of Germany's most noted film artists, producing successful films with the stars of the period, among others Hans Albers, Heinz Rühmann, Ingrid Bergman and Zarah Leander


Her first film role after leaving the Royal Dramatic Theatre was a small part in 1935's "Munkbrogreven" add something


Gustaf Molander - He often worked with Gösta Ekman, and his films include "Intermezzo" , which became Ingrid Bergman's breakthrough and paved her way to America, where she starred in the 1939 Hollywood remake of the film


Hasse Ekman - He played opposite his famous father in "Intermezzo"; the original Swedish 1936 film starring Ingrid Bergman in the female lead


In 1937, at the age of 21, Bergman married dentist, Petter Lindström , and a year and a half later had a daughter, Pia Lindström add something


Jules C. Stein - In 1937, MCA opened shop in Hollywood and became the agent for such stars as Bette Davis, Betty Grable, Joan Crawford, Greta Garbo, Eddie Cantor, Ingrid Bergman, Frank_Sinatra and Jack Benny


Spencer Tracy - Tracy frequently engaged in extramarital affairs, including with co-stars Joan Crawford in 1937, and Ingrid Bergman in 1941.


Francis L. Sullivan - In 1938, he was featured in "The Citadel", starring Robert Donat, and a decade later, he played the role of Pierre Cauchon in the technicolor version of "Joan of Arc", starring Ingrid Bergman


Her first introduction to American audiences came with her starring role in the English remake of "Intermezzo" in 1939 add something


She arrived in Los Angeles on 6 May 1939, and stayed at the Selznick home until she could find another residence add something


After returning to America in 1940, she acted on Broadway before continuing to do films in Hollywood add something


Bergman was a student of the acting coach Michael Chekhov during the 1940s add something


Selena Royle - In the 1940s, she returned to film and had a successful run, mainly playing maternal characters such as Ingrid Bergman's mother in "Joan of Arc"


Luise Rainer - Instead, Rose suggested her in 1942 to take a screen test for the lead role in "For Whom the Bell Tolls" , but Ingrid Bergman was cast


Charles Boyer - Another famous role was in the 1944 mystery-thriller "Gaslight" opposite Ingrid Bergman


Linda Darnell - Matters changed when she was named one of the four most beautiful women in Hollywood, along with Hedy Lamarr, Ingrid Bergman and Gene Tierney in a 1944 edition of "Look" magazine


For Whom the Bell Tolls (film) - There was a Lux Radio Theater version broadcast on February 11, 1945, which retained the principal cast from the film: Gary Cooper, Ingrid Bergman, and Akim Tamiroff


Claude Rains - In 1946, he played a refugee Nazi agent opposite Cary Grant and "Casablanca" co-star Ingrid Bergman in Alfred Hitchcock's "Notorious"


Alexis Minotis - In 1946, he went to Hollywood to appear in Sir Alfred Hitchcock's "Notorious" with Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman and Claude Rains


Notorious (1946 film) - "'Notorious"' is a 1946 American spy thriller film directed and produced by Alfred Hitchcock, starring Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman and Claude Rains as three people whose lives become intimately entangled during an espionage operation


Brief Encounter - The first version aired on April 6, 1947 over ABC with Ingrid Bergman, Sam_Wanamaker, and Peggy Wood


Jose Ferrer - Ferrer made his film debut in 1948 in the Technicolor epic "Joan of Arc" as the weak-willed Dauphin opposite Ingrid Bergman


Robert Barrat - He played Ingrid Bergman's father in "Joan of Arc" , though his role was so brief that when an edited version of the film was released in 1950, Barrat's role had actually been eliminated


Gene Lockhart - He played the suspicious Georges de la Trémouille, the Dauphin's chief counselor, in the famous 1948 film, "Joan of Arc", starring Ingrid Bergman


Willy Bogner, Sr. - Two of his innovations were the first stretch ski pants in 1948 which were modeled by the likes of Marilyn Monroe, Jayne Mansfield, and Ingrid Bergman, and the tip-top hat in 1955


In 1949, Bergman wrote to Rossellini, expressing this admiration and suggesting that she make a film with him add something


In 1950, after a decade of stardom in American films, she starred in the Italian film "Stromboli", which led to a love affair with director Roberto Rossellini while they were both already married add something


Bergman and Rossellini were married on 24 May 1950 add something


The Flowers of St. Francis - Filming began on January 17, 1950 in the Italian countryside between Rome and Bracciano. Fellini was not present during the shooting and Rossellini depended on help with the films dialogue from Brunello Rondi and Father Alberto Maisano. During the shooting Rossellini's and Ingrid Bergman's son Renato was born on February 2, 1950, although he was not officially divorced until February 9


He directed her in a brief segment of his 1953 documentary film, "Siamo donne" , which was devoted to film actresses add something


La Strada - Not long afterwards, Quinn spent the evening with Roberto Rossellini and Ingrid Bergman, and after dinner they watched Fellini's 1953 Italian comedy-drama "I Vitelloni"


The affair and marriage with Rossellini created a scandal that forced her to remain in Europe until 1956, when she made a successful Hollywood return in "Anastasia", for which she won her second Academy award, as well as the forgiveness of her fans add something


With her starring role in 1956's "Anastasia", Bergman made a triumphant return to the American screen and won the Academy award for Best Actress for a second time add something


Anatole Litvak - Among his productions there were the Paris-filmed "Anastasia" in 1956 starring Ingrid Bergman, Yul_Brynner and Helen Hayes


Yul Brynner - Brynner made an immediate impact upon launching his mainstream film career in 1956 and quickly gained superstar status after appearing not only in The King and I that year but in starring roles in The Ten Commandments with Charlton Heston which remains one of the top five highest grossing films in history when adjusted for inflation and Anastasia with Ingrid Bergman.


Ed Sullivan - In 1956, Sullivan flew to Europe and was able to film an interview with Ingrid Bergman, Yul_Brynner, and Helen Hayes on the set of the film "Anastasia"


Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia - The most famous is probably the highly fictionalized 1956 "Anastasia" starring Ingrid Bergman as Anna Anderson, Yul Brynner as General Bounine , and Helen Hayes as the Dowager Empress Marie, Anastasia's paternal grandmother


Bergman would not make her first post-scandal public appearance in Hollywood until the 1958 Academy awards, when she was the presenter of the Academy award for Best Picture add something


Her body was cremated at Kensal Green Cemetery, London and her ashes taken to Sweden, where most of her ashes were scattered in the sea around the islet of Dannholmen off the fishing village of Fjällbacka in Bohuslän, on the west coast of Sweden, where she spent most summers from 1958 to her death in 1982, and the rest placed next to her parents in Norra begravningsplatsen , Stockholm , Sweden add something


In addition, she married the producer Lars Schmidt, a fellow Swede, on 21 December 1958 add something


Stanley Donen - Donen and Grant inaugurated their company in 1958 with "Indiscreet", based on a play by Norman Krasna and starring Grant and Ingrid Bergman


Mark Robson - In 1958, Robson was nominated for an Academy *award for Directing for the major box office success "Peyton Place" and again the following year for directing Ingrid Bergman in "The Inn of the Sixth Happiness"


Gladys Aylward - In 1958, the story was made into the Hollywood film "The Inn of the Sixth Happiness", starring Ingrid Bergman


Bergman would continue to alternate between performances in American and European films for the rest of her career and made occasional appearances in television dramas such as a 1959 production of "The Turn of the Screw" for "Ford Startime" TV series for which she won an Emmy award for Outstanding Single Performance by an Actress add something


Anthony Perkins - In 1961, Perkins received considerable critical acclaim for his performance in the film "Goodbye Again", opposite Ingrid Bergman, a performance which won him the Best Actor *award at the 1961 Cannes Film Festival


Trevor Howard - In 1962, he played Løvborg in "Hedda Gabler", her former love, with Ingrid Bergman


Colleen Dewhurst - She appeared with Ingrid Bergman in a production of O'Neill's "More Stately Mansions" on Broadway in 1967


The Human Voice - On May 4, 1967, the final installment of the television series "ABC Stage 67" was a production of the play, starring Ingrid Bergman, who recorded a record album of the play


After a long hiatus, Bergman did the movie "Cactus Flower" in 1969, with Walter Matthau and Goldie Hawn add something


Cactus Flower (film) - "'Cactus Flower"' is a 1969 comedy film directed by Gene Saks and starring Walter Matthau, Ingrid Bergman, and Goldie Hawn, who won an Oscar for her performance


Henri Langlois - In 1970, an English language documentary "Henri Langlois" was made about his life's work, featuring interviews with Ingrid Bergman, Lillian_Gish, François Truffaut, Catherine Deneuve, Jeanne Moreau and others


Bruce Lee - In 1970, he was responsible for fight choreography for "A Walk in the Spring Rain" starring Ingrid Bergman and Anthony Quinn, again written by Silliphant


Kenneth Williams - He appeared with Ingrid Bergman in a stage production of George Bernard Shaw's "Captain Brassbound's Conversion" in 1971


In 1972, U.S. Senator Charles H. Percy entered an apology into the "Congressional Record" for the attack made on Bergman 22 years earlier by Edwin C. Johnson add something


Pernell Roberts - In 1972, Roberts returned to Broadway and toured with Ingrid Bergman in "Captain Brassbound's Conversion", in which he played the title role


She was the President of the Jury at the 1973 Cannes Film Festival add something


This marriage ultimately ended in divorce in 1975 add something


Richard Cox (actor) - He performed on Broadway with Ingrid Bergman in "Captain Brassbound's Conversion" before going to Hollywood in 1975 with the national company of "Grease"


Delphi Lawrence - She made a brief return in 1975, in the Broadway production of "The Constant Nymph", playing the sister of Ingrid Bergman's character


Gabriele Ferzetti - He appeared in French director Roger Pigaut's picture "Le guêpier" opposite Claude Brasseur and Marthe Keller and had a small role in Vincente Minnelli's fantasy "A Matter of Time" in 1976, which featured a prominent cast which included Ingrid Bergman and Liza Minnelli


Liza Minnelli - Minnelli worked with her father in the 1976 A Matter of Time, costarring Ingrid Bergman.


In 1979, Bergman hosted the AFI's Life Achievement award Ceremony for Alfred Hitchcock add something


In 1982 she was offered the starring role in a television mini-series, "A Woman Called Golda", about the late Israeli prime minister Golda Meir add something

Ingrid Bergman died in 1982 add something


John Van Eyssen - He was longtime companion to Ingrid Bergman in the years before her death in 1982


It was subsequently shorn of 45 minutes, and it was not until its restoration to full length in 1998 and its 2004 appearance on DVD that later audiences could see it as it was intended to be shown add something


In March 2015, a picture of Bergman photographed by David Seymour was chosen for the main poster for the 2015 Cannes Film Festival add something