Ingrid Bergman Biography, height, weight, died date, movies, measurement

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Ingrid Bergman was an swedish actress. She was born in Stockholm, Sweden on  29 August 1915 and was died in London, England on 29 August 1982 (aged 67). She was starred in many European and American films. Ingrid Bergman won Academy Awards, two Emmy Awards, four Golden Globe Awards, a BAFTA Award, and the Tony Award for Best Actress.

Ingrid Bergman Biography, height, weight, died date, movies, measurement

Died At Age: 67

Birthday: August 29, 1915

Nationality: Swedish

Famous: Quotes By Ingrid Bergman Actresses

Also Known As: Бергман, Ингрид, Бергман Інгрид, 英格丽·褒曼

Sun Sign: Virgo

Born In: Stockholm

Famous As: Actresses

Spouse/Ex-: Aron Lindström, John Van Eyssen, Lars Schmidt, Roberto Rossellini

Father: Justus Samuel Bergman

Mother: Friedel Bergman

Children: Ingrid Rossellini, Isabella Rossellini, Pia Lindström, Renato Roberto Giusto Giuseppe Rossellini

Religion: Lutheran

Died On: August 29, 1982

Place Of Death: Chelsea

    • A Woman Called Golda (TV Show) Golda Meir
    • Autumn Sonata (Movie) Charlotte 1978
    • A Matter Of Time (Movie) Contessa 1976
    • Murder On The Orient Express (Movie) Greta Ohlsson 1974
    • From The Mixed-Up Files Of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler (Movie) Mrs. Frankweiler 1973
    • A Walk In The Spring Rain (Movie) Libby Meredith 1970
    • Cactus Flower (Movie) Stephanie Dickinson 1969
    • The Yellow Rolls-Royce (Movie) Gerda Millett 1964
    • The Visit (Movie) Karla Zachanassian 1964
    • Goodbye Again (Movie) Paula Tessier 1961
    • Indiscreet (Movie) Anna Kalman 1958
    • The Inn Of The Sixth Happiness (Movie) Gladys Aylward 1958
    • Elena And Her Men (Movie) Princess Elena Sorokowska 1956
    • Anastasia (Movie) Anastasia 1956
    • Joan At The Stake (Movie) Giovanna 1954
    • Fear (Movie) Irene Wagner 1954
    • Voyage To Italy (Movie) Katherine Joyce 1953
    • The Greatest Love (Movie) Irene 1951
    • Stromboli (Movie) Karin Bjiorsen 1949
    • Under Capricorn (Movie) Lady Henrietta Flusky 1949
    • Joan Of Arc (Movie) Jeanne d’Arc 1948
    • Arch Of Triumph (Movie) Joan Madou 1948
    • Notorious (Movie) Alicia Huberman 1946
    • The Bells Of St. Mary’s (Movie) Sister Benedict 1945
    • Saratoga Trunk (Movie) Clio Dulaine 1945
    • Spellbound (Movie) Dr. Constance Peterson 1945
    • Gaslight (Movie) Paula Alquist 1944
    • For Whom The Bell Tolls (Movie) Maria 1943
    • Casablanca (Movie) Ilsa Lund Laszlo 1942
    • Adam Had Four Sons (Movie) Emilie Gallatin 1941
    • Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde (Movie) Ivy Peterson 1941
    • Rage In Heaven (Movie) Stella Bergen 1941
    • Walpurgis Night (Movie) Lena Bergstrom 1941
    • A Night In June (Movie) Kerstin Nordback/Sara Nordana 1940
    • Intermezzo: A Love Story (Movie) Anita Hoffman 1939
    • Only One Night (Movie) Eva 1938
    • Dollar (Movie) Julia Balzar 1938
    • A Woman’s Face (Movie) Anna Holm 1938
    • The Four Companions (Movie) Marianne 1938
    • Intermezzo (Movie) Anita Hoffman 1937
    • On The Sunnyside (Movie) Eva Bergh 1936
    • Ocean Breakers (Movie) Karin Ingman 1935
    • Swedenhielms (Movie) Astrid 1935
  • The Count Of The Monk’s Bridge (Movie)  1934

Ingrid Bergman Awards and Nominations

Education: Dramatens Elevskola

Awards: 1957; 1945 – Academy Award For Best Actress – Anastasia; Gaslight
1975 – Academy Award For Best Actress In A Supporting Role – Murder On The Orient Express
1957; 1946; 1945 – Golden Globe Award For Best Actress – Motion Picture – Drama – Anastasia; The Bells Of St. Mary’s ; Gaslight

1978 – New York Film Critics Circle Award For Best Actress – Autumn Sonata
1975 – BAFTA Award For Best Actress In A Supporting Role – Murder On The Orient Express
1979; 1957 – David Di Donatello For Best Foreign Actress – Autumn Sonata; Anastasia
1980; 1979 – National Society Of Film Critics Award For Best Actress – Autumn Sonata
1976 – Honoary César
1947 – Tony Award For Best Lead Actress In A Play – Joan Of Lorraine
Happy Birthday
1982 – Primetime Emmy Award For Outstanding Lead Actress In A Limited Series Or A Movie – A Woman Called Golda
1978; 1958 – National Board Of Review Award For Best Actress -Autumn Sonata; The Inn Of The Sixth Happiness
1983 – Golden Globe Award For Best Performance By An Actress
In A Mini-Series Or Motion Picture Made For Television – A Woman Called Golda
1960 – Primetime Emmy Award For Outstanding Single Performance By An Actress (Lead Or Support) -Startime
1982 – David Di Donatello Golden Medal Of The Minister Of Tourism Award

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