Ingrid Bergman (August 29 1915 - August 29 1982) prize winner of three Oscars is a Swedish actress.
Ingrid Bergman is born with Stockholm in Sweden August 29 1916. His/her mother dies when it has two years and its father when it has twelve of them. Parents deal with it. It studies with Royal Dramatic Theater with Stockholm and a minor part obtains in Munkbrogreven (1935). After a dozen films in Sweden, David O. Selznick engages to play in the remake of Intermezzo (1939). The?uvre is an enormous success and one qualifies it "Illustre gift of Sweden with Hollywood".
After having made some films in Sweden and being appeared in three American films, Ingrid Bergman joined Humphrey Bogart in 1942 in the film worship Casablanca. Two years later, it receives its first nomination forOscar of the best actress for For which Rings the Knell (For Whom the Bell Tolls) in 1943. It gains the reward the following year for Obsession (Gaslight). Ingrid receives her third consecutive nomination forOscar of the best actress with film Bells of Holy Marie (The Bells of St. Mary' S) in 1945. Jeanne d' Arc (Joan of Arc) he is worth another nomination in 1948.
In 1949, Ingrid meets the realizer Roberto Rossellini. It falls in love from there and plays in its film Stromboli (1950). It leaves her husband and his daughter for him, the wife then gives him a son. The union makes scandal near the public and with Hollywood. It is called "the apostle of the depreciation of Hollywood". One of the children of the couple is not other than the mannequin and actress, Isabella Rossellini.
With its principal role in Anastasia (1956), Bergman makes its return to Hollywood and it gainsOscar of the best actress for the second time. It alternates several roles in American and European films. It obtains its third Oscar (the first asactress in a second role) for its performance in The Crime of the East-Express train (Murder one the the East Express train) in 1975. Two years later, Ingrid interprets the character of Charlotte in Sonata of autumn (Autumn Sonata) ofIngmar Bergman, for which it receives its seventh nomination with Oscars. This last role with the large screen is regarded as one as of the its best performances.
It dies of a cancer the day of its birthday, in 1982, with London. It is incinerated in Sweden. A part of its ashes are dispersed in the sea, the other part is buried with Norra begravningsplatsen with Stockholm.
Ingrid Bergman is honoured on a purely posthumous basis with one Emmy Award as a better actress for the television serial A Named Woman Golda (A Woman Called Golda), reporting the life of Israeli the Prime Minister Golda Meir.
Bergman usually spoke Swedish, German, French, English and Italian.
It has a star on Hollywood Walk of Fame to the 6759 Hollywood Blvd.
Ingrid was temporarily the mother-in-law of Martin Scorsese when it married his daughter, Isabella Rossellini.
A variety of pinks bears its name.
For the first birthday of its death, several of his/her friends and parents honoured it with Festival of the cinema of Venice. Among them, Gregory Peck, Audrey Hepburn, Charlton Heston, Walter Matthau, Roger Moore, Olivia de Havilland, Claudette Colbert and the Prince Albert of Monaco were present.
It was named byAmerican Institute Film fourth better actress of cinema.
Its autobiography, My Life (My Story), was a best-seller.
Its third husband, Lars Schmidt, and it, had their own named island Danholmen, on the Swedish coast.
Ingrid was a president of the jury with Festival of Cannes in 1973.
Catalogue of films
- 1932: Landskamp of Gunnar Skoglund : Girl waiting on line
- 1935: The Count de Munkbro (Munkbrogreven) of Edvin Adolphson : Elsa Edlund
- 1935: Bränningar of Ivar Johansson : Karin Ingman
- 1935: The Swedenshielms Family (Swedenshielms) of Gustaf Molander : Astrid
- 1935: The Night of Midsummer's Day (Valborgsmassoafton) of Gustaf Edgren : Lena Bergström
- 1936: Intermezzo of Gustaf Molander : Anita Hoffman
- 1936: Pa Solsidan of Gustaf Molander : Eva Bergh
- 1937: Dollar of Gustaf Molander : Julia Balzar
- 1938: Four partners (Die vier gosellen) of Carl Froelich : Marianne
- 1939: Face of women (In kvinnas ansike) of Gustaf Molander : Anna Holm
- 1939: Only one night (In enda natt) of Gustaf Molander : Eva Beckman
- 1939: The Ransom of Happiness (Intermezzo: A Coils Story) of Gregory Ratoff : Anita Hoffman
- 1940: Harms of June (Juninatten) of Per Lindberg : Kerstin Norbäck/Sara Nordanå ] ]
- 1941: The Prey of death (Rage in Heaven) of W.S. Van Dyke : Stella Bergen Monrell
- 1941: The Stoddard Family (Adam Had Furnace Sounds) of Gregory Ratoff : Emilie Gallatin
- 1941: Dr. Jekyll and Mister Hyde of Victor Fleming : Ivy Peterson
- 1942: Casablanca of Michael Curtiz : Ilsa
- 1943: For which Rings the Knell (For Whom the Bell Tolls) of Sam Wood : Maria
- 1944: Obsession (Gaslight) of George Cukor : Paula Alquist Anton
- 1945: The House of Doctor Edwardes (Spellbound) of Alfred Hitchcock : Dr. Constance Petersen
- 1945: Intrigante de Saratoga (Saratoga Trunk) of Sam Wood : CLIO Dulaine
- 1945: Bells of Holy Marie (The Bells of St. Mary' S) of Leo McCarey : Sister Mary Benedict
- 1946: Connected (Notorious) of Alfred Hitchcock : Alicia Huberman Sebastian
- 1948: The Triumphal arch (Arch of Triumph) of Lewis Milestone : Joan Madou
- 1948: Jeanne d' Arc (Joan of Arc) of Victor Fleming : Jeanne d' Arc
- 1949: Lovers of the Capricorn (Under Capricorn) of Alfred Hitchcock : Lady Henrietta Flusky
- 1950: Stromboli (Stromboli, Terra di Dio) of Roberto Rossellini : Karin
- 1952: Europe 51 (Europa 51) of Roberto Rossellini : Irene Girard
- 1953: Travel to Italy (Viaggio in Italia) of Roberto Rossellini : Katherine Joyce
- 1954: Fear (Paura) of Roberto Rossellini : Irene Wagner
- 1954: Jeanne with Roughing-hew (Giovanna d' Arco Al Rogo) of Roberto Rossellini : Jeanne d' Arc
- 1956: Eléna and Men of Jean Renoir : Elena Sokorowska
- 1956: Anastasia of Anatole Litvak : Anastasia
- 1958: Indiscreet of Stanley Donen : Anne Calman
- 1958: The Inn of the 6th Happiness (The Inn of the Sixth Happiness) of Robson Mark : Mrs. Gladys Aylward
- 1961: Do You Like Brahms? (Goodbye Again) of Anatole Litvak : Paula Tessier
- 1964: Resentment (The Visit) of Bernhard Wicki : Karla Zachanassian
- 1964: Yellow Rolls-Royce (The Yellow Rolls-Royce) of Anthony Asquith : Gerda Millett
- 1967: Stimulantia of Hans Abramson and Hans Alfredson : Mathilde Hartman
- 1969: Fleur de Cactus (Flower Cactus) of Gene Saks : Stephanie Dickinson
- 1970: Rain of Spring (A Walk in the Spring Rain) of Guy Green : Libby Meredith
- 1973: From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler of Fielder Cook : Mrs. Frankweiler
- 1974: The Crime of the East-Express train (Murder one the the East Express train) of Sidney Lumet : Greta Ohlsson
- 1976: Nina (A Matter of Time) of Vincente Minnelli : Sanziani Countess
- 1978: Sonata of autumn (Hostsonaten) of Ingmar Bergman : Charlotte
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