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Ingrid Bergman

Ingrid BergmanBorn: 29-Aug-1915
Birthplace: Stockholm, Sweden
Died: 29-Aug-1982
Location of death: London, England
Cause of death: Cancer - Breast
Remains: Cremated, Norra Begravningsplatsen, Stockholm, Sweden

Gender: Female
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: Sweden
Executive summary: Murder on the Orient Express

Father: (d. when she was 12)
Mother: (d. when she was 2)
Husband: Aron Petter Lindström (m. 10-Jul-1937, div. 1950, one child)
Daughter: Pia Lindström (b. 1938)
Husband: Roberto Rossellini (m. 24-May-1950, div. 7-Nov-1957, three children)
Son: Roberto Ingmar Rossellini (b. 1950)
Daughter: Isabella Rossellini (actress)
Boyfriend: Robert Capa (war photographer, 1945-47)
Husband: Lars Schmidt (m. 21-Dec-1958, div. 1976)
Boyfriend: Gary Cooper

    Oscar for Best Actress 1945 for Gaslight
    Oscar for Best Actress 1957 for Anastasia
    Oscar for Best Supporting Actress 1975 for Murder on the Orient Express
    Golden Globe 1945 for Gaslight
    Golden Globe 1946 for The Bells of St. Mary's
    Golden Globe 1957 for Anastasia
    Golden Globe 1983 for A Woman Called Golda
    Emmy 1960 for The Turn of the Screw
    Emmy 1982 for A Woman Called Golda
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6759 Hollywood Blvd.
    Lost Child Custody
    Risk Factors: Smoking, Breast Cancer

    A Woman Called Golda (26-Apr-1982)
    Autumn Sonata (8-Oct-1978) · Charlotte
    A Matter of Time (31-Oct-1976)
    Murder on the Orient Express (24-Nov-1974) · Greta
    From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler (27-Sep-1973)
    A Walk in the Spring Rain (17-Jun-1970) · Libby Meredith
    Cactus Flower (16-Dec-1969) · Stephanie Dickinson
    The Yellow Rolls-Royce (31-Dec-1964) · Gerda Millett
    The Visit (11-Sep-1964)
    Goodbye Again (29-Jun-1961) · Paula Tessier
    The Inn of the Sixth Happiness (11-Dec-1958) · Gladys Aylward
    Indiscreet (20-May-1958) · Anne Kalman
    Anastasia (13-Dec-1956) · Anastasia
    Elena and Her Men (12-Sep-1956) · Elena Sokorowska
    Fear (5-Nov-1954) · Irene Wagner
    Voyage to Italy (7-Sep-1954) · Katherine Joyce
    Europa '51 (28-Aug-1952) · Irene Girard
    Stromboli (15-Feb-1950) · Karin
    Under Capricorn (8-Sep-1949) · Lady Henrietta Flusky
    Joan of Arc (11-Nov-1948) · Joan of Arc
    Arch of Triumph (17-Feb-1948) · Joan Madou
    Notorious (15-Aug-1946) · Alicia Huberman
    The Bells of St. Mary's (7-Dec-1945) · Sister Benedict
    Saratoga Trunk (21-Nov-1945) · Clio Dulaine
    Spellbound (31-Oct-1945) · Dr. Constance Petersen
    Gaslight (4-May-1944) · Paula Alquist
    For Whom the Bell Tolls (14-Jul-1943) · Maria
    Casablanca (26-Nov-1942) · Ilsa Lund
    Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (12-Aug-1941) · Ivy Peterson
    Adam Had Four Sons (27-Mar-1941) · Emilie Gallatin
    Rage in Heaven (7-Mar-1941) · Stella Bergen
    June Night (3-Apr-1940)
    Intermezzo: A Love Story (22-Sep-1939) · Anita Hoffman
    Only One Night (20-Feb-1939) · Eva Beckman
    A Woman's Face (31-Oct-1938)
    Dollar (5-Sep-1938) · Julia Balzar
    Intermezzo (16-Nov-1936)
    Walpurgis Night (23-Oct-1935)
    Swedenhielms (8-Apr-1935)
    The Count of the Old Town (21-Jan-1935) · Elsa Edlund

Author of books:
My Story (1980, memoir)

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