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      Ingrid Bergman

      Ingrid Bergman

      Highest Rated: 100% Intermezzo (1939)

      Lowest Rated: 58% Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1941)

      Birthday: Aug 29, 1915

      Birthplace: Stockholm, Sweden

      A highly popular actress known for her fresh, radiant beauty, Ingrid Bergman was a natural for virtuous roles but equally adept at playing notorious women. Either way, she had few peers when it came to expressing the subtleties of romantic tension. In 1933, fresh out of high school, she enrolled in the Royal Dramatic Theater and made her film debut the following year, soon becoming Sweden's most promising young actress. Her breakthrough film was Gustaf Molander's "Intermezzo" (1936), in which she played a pianist who has a love affair with a celebrated--and married--violinist. The film garnered the attention of American producer David O. Selznick, who invited her to Hollywood to do a remake. In 1939 she co-starred with Leslie Howard in that film, which the public loved, leading to a seven-year contract with Selznick. Selznick promoted Bergman's wholesomeness from the beginning. He loaned her to other studios for "Adam Had Four Sons," "Rage in Heaven" and "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" (all 1941). She then starred with Humphrey Bogart in "Casablanca" (1942), perhaps her most popular film, and was also featured with Gary Cooper in "For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943)." She won her first Oscar for her portrayal of a wife nearly driven mad by Charles Boyer in "Gaslight" (1944). The following year, Bergman had starring roles in "Saratoga Trunk," as a psychiatrist opposite Gregory Peck in Alfred Hitchcock's "Spellbound," and as a nun opposite Bing Crosby's priest in "The Bells of St. Mary's." Bergman's last picture under contract to Selznick, and probably her finest work, was Hitchcock's "Notorious" (1946), an emotionally complex espionage film in which she played a woman bent on self-destruction until redeemed by the love of a federal agent, played by Cary Grant. Bergman then went freelance, first playing a prostitute in "Arch of Triumph" and then the contrasting "Joan of Arc" (both 1948), a role she had played to great acclaim on Broadway in 1946. Her final film for Hitchcock was the 1949 period piece "Under Capricorn." Bergman then spent some years away from Hollywood following the dissolution of her marriage to her first husband and her subsequent remarriage to Italian director Roberto Rossellini. She made a triumphant return to Hollywood with "Anastasia" (1956), for which she won her second Oscar. Bergman also began branching out into TV and stage roles. She gave a delightful performance in the adaptation of the Broadway comedy "Cactus Flower" (1967). She received a third Academy Award for her supporting role in "Murder on the Orient Express" (1974) and won acclaim for her co-starring role with Liv Ullmann in Ingmar Bergman's "Autumn Sonata" (1978), an intense drama about a pianist and her daughter. Bergman's health began to fail in the late 1970s, though she fought off cancer long enough to complete the TV movie "A Woman Called Golda" (1982), in which she portrayed Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir. The performance earned her an Emmy, her final honor.

      Highest rated movies

      Theremin: An Electronic Odyssey poster
      Theremin: An Electronic Odyssey
      The Inn of the Sixth Happiness poster
      The Inn of the Sixth Happiness
      Indiscreet poster
      Intermezzo poster
      Casablanca poster Casablanca Voyage to Italy poster
      Voyage to Italy
      Notorious poster
      Liv & Ingmar poster
      Liv & Ingmar




      93% 80% Liv & Ingmar Unknown (Character) $5.5K 2012
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The War of the Volcanoes Self - 2012
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Roberto Rossellini Unknown (Character) - 2000
      100% 70% Theremin: An Electronic Odyssey Actress in 'Spellbound' Clip (uncredited (Character) $8.3K 1994
      87% 92% Autumn Sonata Charlotte (Character) - 1978
      63% 30% A Matter of Time Contessa Sanziani (Character) - 1976
      90% 78% Murder on the Orient Express Greta Ohlsson (Character) - 1974
      No Score Yet No Score Yet From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler Mrs. Frankweiler (Character) - 1973
      No Score Yet 25% A Walk in the Spring Rain Libby Meredith (Character) - 1970
      85% 81% Cactus Flower Stephanie Dickinson (Character) - 1969
      No Score Yet 67% The Human Voice Unknown (Character) - 1967
      No Score Yet 85% The Visit Karla Zachanassian (Character) - 1964
      No Score Yet 58% The Yellow Rolls-Royce Gerda Millett (Character) - 1964
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Merv Griffin Show - 40 of the Most Interesting People of Our Time Unknown (Character) - 1962
      No Score Yet No Score Yet 24 Hours of a Woman's Life Clare Lester (Character) - 1961
      No Score Yet 76% Goodbye Again Paula Tessier (Character) - 1961
      No Score Yet No Score Yet 24 Hours in a Woman's Life Unknown (Character) - 1961
      100% 84% The Inn of the Sixth Happiness Gladys Aylward (Character) - 1958
      100% 69% Indiscreet Anna Kalman (Character) - 1958
      77% 37% Elena and Her Men Elena Sokorowska (Character) - 1956
      93% 78% Anastasia Anastasia (Character) - 1956
      No Score Yet 60% Joan of Arc at the Stake Giovanna d'Arco (Character) - 1954
      No Score Yet 39% Fear Irene Wagner (Character) - 1954
      96% 75% Voyage to Italy Katherine Joyce (Character) - 1953
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Ingrid Bergman Unknown (Character) - 1953
      No Score Yet No Score Yet We the Women Ingrid (Character) - 1953
      No Score Yet 76% Europe '51 Unknown (Character) - 1952
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Greatest Love Irene Girard (Character) - 1951
      67% 81% Stromboli Karen (Character) - 1950
      63% 33% Under Capricorn Lady Henrietta Flusky (Character) - 1949
      90% 54% Joan of Arc Joan of Arc (Character) - 1948
      No Score Yet 51% Arch of Triumph Joan Madou (Character) - 1948
      96% 91% Notorious Alicia Huberman (Character) - 1946
      No Score Yet 58% Saratoga Trunk Clio Dulaine (Character) - 1945
      85% 82% Spellbound Dr. Constance Peterson (Character) - 1945
      85% 77% The Bells of St. Mary's Sister Mary Benedict (Character) - 1945
      89% 90% Gaslight Paula Alquist (Character) - 1944
      67% 67% For Whom the Bell Tolls María (Character) - 1943
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Swedes in America Host - 1943
      99% 95% Casablanca Ilsa Lund Laszlo (Character) - 1942
      No Score Yet 54% Rage in Heaven Stella Bergen (Character) - 1941
      No Score Yet 58% Adam Had Four Sons Emilie Gallatin (Character) - 1941
      58% 61% Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Ivy Peterson (Character) - 1941
      No Score Yet 67% Juninatten Kerstin Norbäc aka Sara Nordanå (Character) - 1940
      100% 67% Intermezzo Anita (Character) - 1939
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Only One Night Eva Beckman (Character) - 1939
      No Score Yet 90% A Woman's Face Anna Holm, aka Anna Paulsson (Character) - 1938
      No Score Yet 60% Dollar Julia Balzar (Character) - 1938
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Interlude Anita Hoffman (Character) - 1936
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Swedenhielms Astrid (Character) - 1935
      No Score Yet 29% Walpurgis Night Lena Bergström (Character) - 1935
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Count of the Old Town Elsa Edlund (Character) - 1935


      No Score Yet No Score Yet Startime Unknown (Character) 1959