Ingrid Bergman hot young
August 29, 1915
5 ft 9 in | 175 cm
34-24-34 in | 86-61-86 cm
53 kg | 115 pounds
9 US | 40 EU
Ingrid Bergman was born in Stockholm, Sweden on 29 August 1915, was a Swedish hot actress. Young Ingrid Bergman began her acting career in Swedish movies. She made her big screen debut in Swedish romance comedy film The Count of the Old Town (1935) in role as Elsa. Her breakthrough performance came as Anita Hoffman in drama film Intermezzo: A Love Story (1939).
She won an Academy Award for Best Actress for her roles in movies Gaslight (1944) as Paula Alquist Anton and Anastasia (1956) as Anna Koreff. She won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in movie Murder on the Orient Express (1974) as Greta Ohlsson. She is best known for her role as Ilsa Lund in romantic drama film Casablanca (1942) opposite Humphrey Bogart.
The Bells of St. Mary’s (1945) drama with Bing Crosby
For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943) drama romance with Gary Cooper
Spellbound (1945) noir psychological mystery thriller with Gregory Peck
Notorious (1946) spy drama with Cary Grant
Stromboli (1950) drama directed by Roberto Rossellini
Journey to Italy (1954) drama romance directed by Roberto Rossellini
Indiscreet (1958) romantic comedy with Cary Grant
Joan of Arc (1948) epic drama in role as Jeanne d'Arc
Autumn Sonata (1978) Swedish drama with Liv Ullmann
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1941) horror with Spencer Tracy
Cactus Flower (1969) comedy romance with Goldie Hawn
Ingrid and Roberto Rossellini made six films together.
She starred in three Alfred Hitchcock films.
She was good friends with Cary Grant, Frank Sinatra and Ernest Hemingway.
She was married five times, has a son and three daughters.
Bergman died on August 29, 1982, Chelsea, London, United Kingdom.
I made so many movies which were more important, but the only one people ever want to talk about is that one with Humphrey Bogart.
In Paris, when the picture came out (Casablanca ), they weren't too pleased with it. They didn't like the political point of view. The picture was taken off immediately and was never sold to television. A while ago, it was brought in and opened in five theatres in Paris, as a new movie. They had a big gala opening where I appeared and people were absolutely crazy about it.
I have grown up alone. I've taken care of myself. I worked, earned money and was independent at 18.
If you took acting away from me, I'd stop breathing.
It is not whether you really cry. It's whether the audience thinks you are crying.
Until 45 I can play a woman in love. After 55 I can play grandmothers. But between those ten years, it is difficult for an actress.
I have no regrets. I wouldn't have lived my life the way I did if I was going to worry about what people were going to say.