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Ingrid Bergman Net Worth

Ingrid Bergman Net Worth is
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Ingrid Bergman Biography

Ingrid Bergman net well worth: Ingrid Bergman was a Swedish celebrity who had a net well worth of $20 million dollars. Born in Stockholm, Sweden on August 29, 1915, Bergman was most widely known for her starring functions as “Ilsa” in Casablanca and “Alicia” in Notorious. Her 1st American film was Intermezzo, a 1939 film where her presence was referred to as “refreshing. She began performing in 1932 and was the child of Friedel Adler Bergman and Justus Samuel Bergman.” She received many awards throughout her profession including Academy Awards for Greatest Actress in 1944 for Gaslight and 1956 for Anastasia, Greatest Supporting Actress in 1974 for Murder on the Orient Express, an


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Full NameIngrid Bergman
Net Worth$20 Million
Date Of BirthAugust 29, 1915
DiedAugust 29, 1982, Chelsea, London, United Kingdom
Height1.75 m
ProfessionActor
EducationDramatens elevskola
NationalitySwedish
SpouseLars Schmidt, Roberto Rossellini, Aron Lindström
ChildrenIsabella Rossellini, Pia Lindström, Ingrid Rossellini, Renato Roberto Giusto Giuseppe Rossellini
ParentsJustus Samuel Bergman, Friedel Bergman
AwardsAcademy Award for Best Actress, Academy Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture – Drama, New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress, Honorary César, Tony Award for Best Lead Actress in a Play, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or a Movie, David di Donatello for Best Foreign Actress, Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress In A Mini-series or Motion Picture Made for Television, BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, Volpi Cup for Best Actress, National Board of Review Award for Best Actress, National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Actress, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Single Performance by an Actress (Lead or Support), David di Donatello Golden Medal of the Minister of Tourism Award
NominationsGolden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Single Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role, BAFTA Award for Best Foreign Actress, Laurence Olivier Award for Actress of the Year in a Revival
MoviesCasablanca, Notorious, Gaslight, Autumn Sonata, Spellbound, Stromboli, Journey to Italy, For Whom the Bell Tolls, The Bells of St. Mary's, Anastasia, Murder on the Orient Express, Indiscreet, Joan of Arc, Under Capricorn, Adam Had Four Sons, Intermezzo, Elena and Her Men, Europe '51, Cactus Flower, Rage in Heaven, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, A Woman Called Golda, The Inn of the Sixth Happiness, The Visit, Goodbye Again, Saratoga Trunk, Arch of Triumph, The Count of the Old Town, June Nights, Joan of Arc at the Stake, The Yellow Rolls-Royce, The Four Companions, A Matter of Time, A Walk in the Spring Rain, Fear, A Woman's Face, Swedenhielms Family, Stimulantia, From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, Hedda Gabler, Only One Night, Twenty-Four Hours in a Woman's Life, Walpurgis Night, Ocean Breakers, Dollar
TV ShowsStartime


Interesting Facts

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1 Provides her own dubbing in the French post-synchronized version of Anatole Litvak's "Goodbye Again" (Aimez-vous Brahms ?). [1961]
2 Mentioned in The Twilight Zone: The Bard (1963).
3 She and Gaslight (1944) are mentioned in The Jack Benny Program: Twilight Zone Sketch (1963), although the film is not named directly.
4 In 2015, she was featured on the official poster of the 68th Cannes Film Festival; the documentary Jag är Ingrid (2015) premiered at the festival and her daughter Isabella Rossellini was the president of the Un Certain Regard jury.
5 Was effectively blacklisted in 1949 for having an affair with director Roberto Rossellini and having a child out of wedlock with him. Bergman decided to live with Rossellini in Italy, abandoning Hollywood films and making movies with her husband in his home country. She returned to the US film industry at the end of their marriage. Her comeback movie Anastasia (1956) earned her an Oscar.
6 Tom Cruise revealed to People magazine in 2010 that his first celebrity crush was Ingrid Bergman in Notorious (1946). He chose a Bergman lookalike, Rebecca Ferguson, to be his co-star in Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation (2015) after he saw her in The White Queen (2013). Ferguson's character in "Rogue Nation" is named Ilsa, just like Bergman's character in Casablanca (1942).
7 On 20 August 2015, 9 days before the 100th anniversary of her birth, the USA and Sweden jointly issued three commemorative postage stamps in her honor. The USA issued a single 'forever' stamp, in the Legends of Hollywood series, with an original issue price of 49¢. Sweden issued two 14-krona stamps with different designs.
8 First Swedish actress to be nominated for a Golden Globe award. The others are Anita Ekberg, Lena Olin, Ann-Margret and Rebecca Ferguson.
9 One of four Swedish actresses to be nominated for an Academy Award. The others are Greta Garbo, Lena Olin and Ann-Margret.
10 Was the 24th actress to receive an Academy Award; she won the Best Actress Oscar for Gaslight (1944) at The 17th Academy Awards on March 15, 1945.
11 Gave birth to her 3rd and 4th children at age 36, twin daughters Isabella Rossellini and Isotta Rossellini on June 18, 1952. Children's father was her second husband, Roberto Rossellini.
12 Gave birth to her 2nd child at age 34, a son Roberto Ingmar Rossellini (Roberto Rossellini) on February 2, 1950. Child's father was her lover [later second husband], Roberto Rossellini.
13 Gave birth to her 1st child at age 23, a daughter Pia Lindström on September 20, 1938. Child's father was her first husband, Petter Lindström.
14 Is one of 14 Best Actress Oscar winners to have not accepted their Academy Award in person, Bergman's being for Anastasia (1956). The others are Katharine Hepburn, Claudette Colbert, Joan Crawford, Judy Holliday, Vivien Leigh, Anna Magnani, Sophia Loren, Anne Bancroft, Patricia Neal, Elizabeth Taylor, Maggie Smith, Glenda Jackson and Ellen Burstyn.
15 Was a registered Republican and was supportive of Dwight D. Eisenhower, Richard Nixon, and Ronald Reagan.
16 She was a naturalized citizen of the United States, holding dual citizenship between America and her native Sweden.
17 Was the favorite actress of Presidential First Lady Bess Truman and Bergman visited her at the White House on the occasion of her 61st birthday in 1946.
18 One of six actors who were awarded with 3 acting Oscars, along with Meryl Streep, Jack Nicholson, Walter Brennan, Daniel Day-Lewis and Katharine Hepburn. Hepburn won 4 Oscars.
19 Cary Grant was one of her favorite co-stars. As with Gary Cooper, Grant was comfortable with his stature (over six feet tall), so no lifts or barefoot scenes were necessary.
20 Returned to work 18 months after giving birth to her son Roberto in order to begin filming Europe '51 (1952).
21 Was 3 months pregnant with her son Roberto when she completed filming Stromboli (1950).
22 Was unable to attend the 1979 Academy Award ceremony (where she was nominated Best Actress for Autumn Sonata (1978)) due to illness.
23 During the making of 'Goodbye Again', Bergman's co-star, 'Anthony Perkins' (who had an overwhelming fear of girls) was informed by friends that she was attracted to him, and thereafter he insisted that they were never alone when rehearsing love scenes.
24 Son Roberto "Robertino" Rossellini was engaged to Princess Caroline of Monaco in 1983.
25 Bergman turned down the title role in The Farmer's Daughter (1947), for which Loretta Young won an Oscar, and The Snake Pit (1948), for which Olivia de Havilland was nominated for an Oscar.
26 Is one of 15 actresses to have won the Triple Crown of Acting (an Oscar, Emmy and Tony); the others in chronological order are Helen Hayes, Shirley Booth, Liza Minnelli, Rita Moreno, Maureen Stapleton, Jessica Tandy, Audrey Hepburn, Anne Bancroft, Vanessa Redgrave, Maggie Smith, Ellen Burstyn, Helen Mirren, Frances McDormand and Jessica Lange.
27 Luchino Visconti had wanted Ingrid Bergman and Marlon Brando for leads in Senso (1954), but when Bergman's husband 'Roberto Rossellini' would not permit her to appear in the film, Brando also bowed out.
28 Her mother, Friedel (née Adler) Bergman, died when she was only 3 years old and her father, Justus Bergman, died when she was 13.
29 Was ranked 5th in the list of Best Classic Actress online poll chosen by the 12,000 readers of EW magazine, behind Katharine Hepburn, Audrey Hepburn, Bette Davis and Marilyn Monroe.
30 According to a biographer, she was fond of butter cookies.
31 Her children convinced her to write her autobiography.
32 Her mother was German, her father was Swedish.
33 Returned to work 8 months after giving birth to her daughter Pia Lindström in order to film Intermezzo: A Love Story (1939).
34 Was 8 months pregnant with her daughter Pia Lindström when she completed filming Only One Night (1939).
35 In both her first American film (Intermezzo: A Love Story (1939)) and her last feature film, (Autumn Sonata (1978)), she played a concert pianist.
36 Early in her career, when she did Swedish films, her nickname on set was "Betterlater" due to her saying after nearly every take, "I'll be better later.".
37 On file at the Berlin Document Center, an archive of documents from the Nazi era, is a special certificate for her to appear in a German film. This must have been from a time very early in her career when she was still acting in Sweden, long before she came to America and is no reflection on her political views or ideals.
38 In DigitalDreamDoor's 100 Greatest Female Acting Performances, she was ranked #7 for Gaslight (1944), #20 for Casablanca (1942), #62 for Anastasia (1956), #67 for Notorious (1946), #74 for Spellbound (1945) and #86 for Autumn Sonata (1978).
39 Anthony Quinn had said about her, "Sometimes in motion pictures you love someone so much, but it doesn't work on the screen. And you don't like somebody and you're wonderful on the screen. The two greatest talents I worked with were Ingrid and Anna Magnani. But I would prefer to work with [Magnani], whom I didn't like, than Ingrid, whom I loved".
40 The very first Montreal World Film Festival was held in 1977. The festivities were opened by Bergman, who was joined by such greats as Fay Wray, Gloria Swanson, Howard Hawks and Jean-Luc Godard. It was the only non-competitive year of the festival's history.
41 Was the first choice to play Terry McKay in An Affair to Remember (1957).
42 In Italy, almost all her films were dubbed by Lidia Simoneschi. Only twice, was she dubbed by another Italian actress: Dhia Cristiani in Joan of Arc (1948) and Giovanna Scotto in Casablanca (1942).
43 Biography in: "The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives". Volume One, 1981-1985, pages 67-69. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1998.
44 Although she played Helen Hayes' granddaughter in Anastasia (1956), she was less than 15 years younger than Hayes.
45 She was sitting in a Paris bathtub in 1957, listening to the Oscars broadcast on the radio, when she heard Cary Grant, her friend for many years, accept her Best Actress award. Her Notorious (1946) and Indiscreet (1958) costar also introduced her when she returned to the Oscars in 1959 to present Gigi (1958) with Best Picture honors. The standing ovation that followed was as thunderous as any in Oscar history.
46 She considered herself somehow awkward because of her tallness. In Anastasia (1956) she suggested putting a little block under Yul Brynner. He refused, saying, "You think I want to play it standing on a box? I'll show the world what a big horse you are!".
47 Frank Sinatra was a good friend of hers.
48 At Warner Brothers Studios in Burbank, there's a special area at the museum devoted strictly to Casablanca (1942) that includes Humphrey Bogart's and her clothes from the film, the film's script, its costumes, and even the small piano on which Sam "played it again" for Rick and Ilsa.
49 In Israel, under The Jewish National Fund, a memorial forest for Ingrid Bergman has been established as part of the Kennedy Memorial Forest near Jerusalem. On the plaque wrote, 'In Memory of Ingrid Bergman, A Great Actress and An Outstanding Person'.
50 The British magazine 'Harpers and Queen' ranked her fifth on their 'The World's 50 most Alluring Women. Audrey Hepburn was first, followed by Ava Gardner, Julie Christie, and Catherine Deneuve.
51 The San Francisco Chronicle's "The Objects Of Our Affection" ranked her fourth in the female category after Audrey Hepburn, Sophia Loren and Marilyn Monroe.
52 Was portrayed by daughter Isabella Rossellini in her tribute to her father, famed Italian director Roberto Rossellini, in My Dad Is 100 Years Old (2005).
53 Famed French director Jean Renoir adored Ingrid. When she was in desperate straits after splitting with Roberto Rossellini, Renoir quickly got to work and wrote two things for her, the film Elena and Her Men (1956) (Elena and Her Men) and the play "Carola".
54 Harpers & Queen magazine, along with the Getty Images Gallery, put a photographic exhibition together titled (April 2003) 'Queens of the 20th Century at Getty Images Gallery' in London which pay homage to 100 women who have defined style in the past, their ability to influence the wardrobes of their legions of fans and about "women with the most incredible sense of style". Ingrid Bergman was named first among other names like Katharine Hepburn, Grace Kelly, Madonna, Catherine Deneuve, Marilyn Monroe and Jane Fonda.
55 Aigner's Autumn/Winter collection was held at a runway on the Cavenagh Bridge next to the Fullerton Hotel in Singapore. The collection is inspired by Bergman, with relaxed elegance, sophistication and, of course, the trenchcoat from her scene in Casablanca (1942). The "It" bag this season is the Stromboli (named after Stromboli (1950), another of Bergman's famous movies).
56 At Stockholm Arlanda airport, there is a large billboard; "Welcome To My Hometown, Ingrid Bergman, legend".
57 According to her daughter, whenever anyone would come up to her and say "I loved you in Casablanca (1942)", she would look at them like she didn't know what they were talking about.
58 Took a $7000 pay cut to appear in Casablanca (1942). David O. Selznick gave her the role, not giving her an option to take it or not.
59 In DigitalDreamdoor's 100 Greatest Movie Actresses, Bergman ranked third, only Katharine Hepburn and Meryl Streep topped her in the list.
60 In DigitalDreamDoor's 100 Greatest Female Acting Performances, she was ranked 7# for Gaslight (1944), 20# for Casablanca (1942), 62# for Anastasia (1956), 67# for Notorious (1946), 74# for Spellbound (1945) and 86# for Autumn Sonata (1978).
61 Bergman and Humphrey Bogart were voted the second greatest on-screen couple of all time in a poll commissioned by British chain store Woolworths for their work in Casablanca (1942). (2005)
62 Took acting class from Michael Chekhov in Hollywood.
63 Shares the distinction with actors José Ferrer, Helen Hayes and Fredric March of being the first winners of acting Tony Awards when the annual event was established in 1947.
64 On Broadway, her portrayal of Joan of Arc, in Maxwell Anderson's "Joan of Lorraine", won her an Antoinette Perry award--the "Tony"--the highest honor in the American theater.
65 Her former French estate was up for sale for $3 million. The country compound, comprising five buildings on 18.5 acres in the pastoral town of Choisille, is located 30 minutes from the center of Paris. The property includes 10 bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a greenhouse, a 55-foot indoor-outdoor pool and a small barn.
66 She is the favorite actress of poet Cheryl Scott.
67 Upon accepting her Oscar for Murder on the Orient Express (1974), she apologized to fellow actress Valentina Cortese, who was nominated for Day for Night (1973), saying that she would have deserved the award more.
68 Was originally offered the role of Princess Dragonmiroff in Murder on the Orient Express (1974). She later ended up playing Greta Ohlsson which won her an Oscar. Virtually all of her Oscar-winning performance is contained in a single scene: her interrogation by Poirot, captured in a single continuous take, nearly five minutes long.
69 One of the first tall leading ladies in Hollywood in an era where most famous actresses were just over five feet.
70 No relation to Swedish director Ingmar Bergman, although the fact that his wife was also a Swedish actress named Ingrid Bergman--also no relation--confused matters greatly.
71 She and Roberto Rossellini made 6 movies together: Europe '51 (1952), Giovanna d'Arco al rogo (1954), Fear (1954), Siamo donne (1953), Stromboli (1950) and Journey to Italy (1954).
72 President of the jury at the Cannes Film Festival in 1973.
73 She was ranked #5 in the Premiere's list of "The 50 Greatest Movie Stars of All Time"
74 Bergman was making The Bells of St. Mary's (1945), the sequel to Going My Way (1944), when the 1944 Academy Awards ceremony took place. She, co-star Bing Crosby and director Leo McCarey had all been nominated for Oscars, Crosby and McCarey for Going My Way (1944). They all won that night, Bergman for Gaslight (1944), the first of her three Academy Awards. When she picked up her Best Actress statuette, she said, "I'm afraid that if I went on the set tomorrow without an Oscar, neither of them would speak to me.".
75 Was a good friend of author Ernest Hemingway, whom she called "Papa." He, in turn, called her "Daughter.".
76 Won Broadway's 1947 Tony Award as Best Actress (Dramatic) for "Joan of Lorraine" - an award shared with Helen Hayes. They would later co-star in Anastasia (1956), for which she won her second Oscar.
77 In 1960 she became the third performer to win the Triple Crown of Acting: Oscars for Gaslight (1944), Anastasia (1956), Murder on the Orient Express (1974), a Tony for "Joan of Lorraine" (1947) and Emmys in 1960 and 1982.
78 She was voted the 12th Greatest Movie Star of all time by Entertainment Weekly.
79 She and her third husband, Lars Schmidt, had their own island called Danholmen, off the coast of Sweden.
80 To promote her film Joan of Arc (1948), the studio placed an eight-story-high figure of her in white plastic armor in New York City's Times Square, at a cost of $75,000.
81 Received the (at the time) enormous amount of $129,000 for her role in Maxwell Anderson's "Joan of Lorraine" on Broadway. She also received at least 21 awards for that play.
82 When David O. Selznick told his prospective new 23-year-old star that they would have to change her name, cap her teeth and pluck her eyebrows, she threatened to return to Sweden.
83 Lived in five interesting cities in five different countries; Stockholm, Hollywood, Rome, Paris and London.
84 Her 1980 autobiography, "My Story", was a best-seller.
85 Her arrival for her first day's work; wheeled into the studio on a bicycle and wearing sunglasses.
86 She had a reputation as a tough negotiator. David O. Selznick said of her, "Her angelic nature is not above being tarnished by matters of mere money".
87 In 1971, when Daily Variety had noted filmmakers select the best films and performers of the sound era, she was named Best Actress.
88 Cary Grant remembered that she had come on the set one morning and was simply out of it: "We went over and over the scene, and she was in some sort of haze. You know, she just wasn't there. But [director] Alfred Hitchcock didn't say anything. He just sat there next to the camera, pulling on his cigar. Finally, around 11 a.m., I began to see in Ingrid's eyes that she was starting to come around. And for the first time all morning, the lines were coming out right. And just then Hitchcock said, 'Cut.' Hitch just sat and looked up at Ingrid and said, quietly, 'Good morning, Ingrid' ".
89 Cannes jury secretary Christiane Guespin was remembering all the different stars at the festival and she said the most impressive was Bergman back in 1973 when she was President of the jury. Guespin said, "Every night, when she arrived at the evening screenings, people would stand and give her an ovation and applause. Every single night. I have never seen that happen for anyone else".
90 Visited Hotel Panamonte in Panama twice, and so the suite was named after her. Flavored with vibrations from Hollywood's "Golden Heyday," her luxurious rooms retain their original décor.
91 Received a fascinating 1939 telegram from the great Greta Garbo reading, "I would like to see you when I am free, if you would be willing".
92 Enjoyed working with Gary Cooper, for she did not have to take off her shoes.
93 One day at the studio she hooked bumpers with another car. A studio policeman found her tugging and heaving with all her might. The policeman said, "Darndest thing I ever saw. First film star I ever knew that didn't mind getting her hands dirty".
94 Received a fan letter from James Stewart on his way to combat duty for World War II (1943).
95 Her father encouraged her play-acting and even helped her find funny hats and costumes to dress up in while he photographed her.
96 To prepare for her role of Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir, in A Woman Called Golda (1982), she traveled around Israel and interviewed those who had known Golda. She spent hours studying old newsreels to master Golda's mannerisms. She was 66 years old at the time.
97 Was named #4 on The Greatest Screen Legends actress list by the American Film Institute.
98 Swedes are very proud of Bergman. They even have "Ingrid Bergman Square" with a statue of the screen goddess looking out over the water to her former home. Her ashes were scattered over the sea nearby.
99 On the first anniversary of her death, stars, friends and family came to Venice Film Festival to honor her. Among the many guests were Gregory Peck, Audrey Hepburn, Walter Matthau, Charlton Heston, Roger Moore, Claudette Colbert, Olivia de Havilland and Prince Albert of Monaco.
100 She has the distinction of having inadvertently been one of the first Hollywood performers to help break down the studio contract system.
101 MGM had originally cast her in the Beatrix Emery role in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1941) and Lana Turner in the Ivy Peterson role. Bergman felt the role of Ivy was more challenging and persuaded the studio to let her switch roles with Turner.
102 Her daughter, Pia Lindström, with first husband Petter Lindstrom, is a television personality and actress. Another daughter, Isabella Rossellini, became a model and actress, and has appeared in such films as Blue Velvet (1986), Immortal Beloved (1994), Merlin (1998) and Don Quixote (2000).
103 During the making of Casablanca (1942), Humphrey Bogart's wife Mayo Methot continually accused him of having an affair with Bergman, often confronting him in his dressing room before a shot. Bogart would come onto the set in a rage.
104 Industrialist Howard Hughes once bought every available seat from New York to Los Angeles to be sure she would accept a ride in his private plane.
105 Her luck was as phenomenal as her talent. In New York City, a Swedish couple praised a film of hers to their son, an elevator operator in the apartment building where one of film producer David O. Selznick's young talent scouts lived. Six months later, Ingrid was on her way to Hollywood. "I owe my whole career to that elevator boy", she would say laughingly.
106 When Ernest Hemingway told her she would have to cut off her hair for the role of Maria in For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943), she shot back, "To get that part, I'd cut my head off!" She would rehearse tirelessly until any hour of the night, begging to repeat a scene long after the director was satisfied.
107 Her famous love affair with the war photographer, Robert Capa was the basis for Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window (1954).
108 On their last meeting, Alfred Hitchcock was in tears, terrified of his impending death. Suffering from the cancer that would kill her, Bergman told him, "But of course you are going to die sometime, Hitch, we are all going to die." She later recalled that the comment seemed to bring him peace; it was a bittersweet goodbye. Hitchcock died in 1980, followed by Bergman in 1982.
109 Cary Grant, her great friend, accepted her Anastasia (1956) Oscar at the 29th Annual Academy Awards (1957).
110 Her daughter, Pia Lindström accepted her Best Leading Actress Emmy for A Woman Called Golda (1982) posthumously. Bergman died 3 weeks prior to the ceremony, after the ballots were cast.
111 She broke her foot at the beginning of the American run of "The Constant Wife" and played the next five weeks in a wheelchair.
112 She wasn't nominated for Best Actress in her role as the sultry Ilsa, but for her role in For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943), losing to her close friend Jennifer Jones for The Song of Bernadette (1943). It was also newcomer Jones' 25th birthday, and after winning when Bergman congratulated her, she apologized, saying, "Ingrid, you should have won." Bergman said, "No, Jennifer, your Bernadette was better than my Maria.".
113 At her funeral service held at Saint Martin's-in-the-fields Church, there was nothing that was as touching as the moment when, a violin played the strains of 'As Time Goes By'.
114 Sergio Scaglietti, Ferrari's master coachbuilder and aluminum sculptor, shaped some the most beautiful Ferraris of the '50s and '60s, including the 375MM built in 1954 for her. That "Ingrid" car has, in turn, inspired the proportions of today's 612 Scaglietti, the largest Ferrari ever (there's even a silver "Ingrid" paint option).
115 Was fluent in English, Swedish, French, German and Italian.
116 She and her husband were often invited to dinner parties at the home of Alfred Hitchcock. According to those present, she never seemed to notice that her host was sulking because of his crush on her.
117 Bergman and Sean Connery had topped a list of "greatest actors of all time" compiled by 50,000 readers of German magazine Funk Uhr.
118 Turned down the role opposite Charlton Heston in Planet of the Apes (1968).
119 Many of her shorter male co-stars, such as Humphrey Bogart and Claude Rains, had to wear lifts to avoid looking small next to this 5' 10" beauty.
120 Has a type of rose named after her, called the Ingrid Bergman rose.
121 Former mother-in-law of Martin Scorsese.
122 She played the part of Joan of Arc three times in her career: on stage in 1946 (in Maxwell Anderson's 'Joan of Lorraine') and on film in 1948 (Joan of Arc (1948)) and 1954 (Giovanna d'Arco al rogo (1954)).
123 Attempts were made by Hollywood producers to change her name in 1939, with possibilities discussed such as Ingrid Berriman and Ingrid Lindstrom (actually her legal married name). Bergman refused, in part because she felt she had worked too hard to establish herself as an actress in Europe under her real name.
124 Chosen by Empire magazine as one of the 100 Sexiest Stars in film history (#30). [1995]
125 Ashes scattered at sea off the coast of Sweden.
126 Folk singer Woody Guthrie wrote a song in praise of her, titled "Ingrid Bergman," but died before he had a chance to record it. The song can now be heard on Billy Bragg's "Mermaid Avenue" CD.
127 Married Lars Schmidt in Caxton Hall next to Westminster Abbey, London, England, UK.
128 In 1933 she enrolled at the Royal Dramatic Theatre School in Stockholm but later changed to films instead.


Net Worth & Salary

TitleSalary
A Matter of Time (1976) $250,000
Murder on the Orient Express (1974) $100,000 .00
Cactus Flower (1969) $800,000 .00
The Yellow Rolls-Royce (1964) $275,000
Indiscreet (1958) $75,000 .00 + 10% of gross profits above $4,000,000
Anastasia (1956) $250,000
Stromboli (1950) $175,000 .00 plus 40% of net profits.
Joan of Arc (1948) $245,000
Arch of Triumph (1948) $175,000 + 25% of net profits.
Saratoga Trunk (1945) $69,562 .30
Gaslight (1944) $75,156 .25
For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943) $31,770 .83
Casablanca (1942) $25,000
Rage in Heaven (1941) $34,000 .00
Intermezzo: A Love Story (1939) $20,000 .00
Munkbrogreven (1935) kr1,000


Trademarks

#Trademark
1 Performances in dramas where her characters were put through harrowing emotional wringers
2 Tall, naturally-curvaceous frame


Quotes

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1 [on Jean Renoir]: A force for life in everything he touches. A god and a poet!
2 [on Casablanca (1942)] I never knew how the picture was going to end, if I was really in love with my husband or Bogart. So I had no idea how I should play the character. I kept begging them to give me the ending but they'd say, 'We haven't made up our minds. We'll shoot it both ways'. We did the first ending and they said,'That's good, we won't bother with the other'.
3 [filming Anastasia (1956)] Yul Brynner was shorter, I suggested putting a little block under him. 'You think I want to play it standing on a box? I'll show the world what a big horse you are!' I never had a complex about my height after that.
4 Because I'm a Swede I always suffer in films, drive audiences out into the night sobbing. Look at The Bells of St. Mary's (1945). I was happy and gay but there had to be something wrong. So they gave me TB.
5 Hollywood was a terribly lonely place for me. I had wonderful associations with Humphrey Bogart, Gregory Peck, and all the others while I worked with them, but after they left the studios at night, they retired to their own circle of friends.
6 I work so hard before the camera and on the stage that I have neither the desire nor the energy to act in my private life
7 I am happy I was born Swedish because this means having a tough education -- at least it was in my time. But I couldn't live there, even when I was in my 20s. Sweden is too far from the rest of the world psychologically. There you feel confined on an island.
8 I always wanted to do comedies but nobody discovered this until my old age. They think all Swedes are like [Greta Garbo].
9 No form of art goes beyond ordinary consciousness as film does, straight to our emotions, deep into the twilight of the soul.
10 [Cary Grant] is quite remarkable, you know. I think [Audrey Hepburn] is now too old for him, and in his next picture he will be making love to someone like Jane Fonda.
11 Cancer victims who don't accept their fate, who don't learn to live with it, will only destroy what little time they have left.
12 Acting is the best medicine in the world - if you're not feeling well, it goes away because you are busy thinking about something that isn't yourself. We actors are very fortunate people.
13 If you took acting away from me, I'd stop breathing.
14 Having a home, husband, and child ought to be enough for any woman's life. I mean, that's what we are meant for, isn't it? But still I think every day is a lost day. As if only half of me is alive. The other half is pressed down in a bag and suffocated.
15 I made so many films which were more important, but the only one people ever want to talk about is that one with [Humphrey Bogart].
16 I have had my different husbands, my families. I am fond of them all and I visit them all. But deep inside me there is the feeling that I belong to show business."
17 I have grown up alone. I've taken care of myself. I worked, earned money and was independent at 18.
18 I can do everything with ease on the stage, whereas in real life I feel too big and clumsy. So I didn't choose acting; acting chose me.
19 I don't think anyone has the right to intrude in your life, but they do. I would like people to separate the actress and the woman.
20 I always felt guilty. My whole life.
21 There are advantages to being a star, though - you can always get a table in a full restaurant.
22 It is not whether you really cry. It's whether the audience thinks you are crying.
23 A kiss is a lovely trick designed by nature to stop speech when words become superfluous.
24 Be yourself. The world worships the original.
25 You must train your intuition - you must trust the small voice inside you which tells you exactly what to say, what to decide.
26 In Paris, when the picture came out [Casablanca (1942)], 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.
27 I was the shyest human ever invented, but I had a lion inside me that wouldn't shut up.
28 Time is shortening. But every day that I challenge this cancer and survive is a victory for me.
29 I don't worry about it because we are all growing old. If I were the only one I would worry. But we're all in the same boat, and all of my friends are coming with me. We all go toward old age. How many years left we don't know. We just have to accept it.
30 Happiness is good health and a bad memory.
31 I don't regret a thing I've done. I only regret the things I didn't do.
32 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.
33 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.
34 I remember one day sitting at the pool and suddenly the tears were streaming down my cheeks. Why was I so unhappy? I had success. I had security. But it wasn't enough. I was exploding inside.
35 I've never sought success in order to get fame and money; it's the talent and the passion that count in success.
36 People didn't expect me to have emotions like other women.
37 [to daughter Isabella Rossellini, on acting] Keep it simple. Make a blank face and the music and the story will fill it in.
38 I've gone from saint to whore and back to saint again, all in one lifetime.
39 The best way to keep young is to keep going in whatever it is that keeps you going. With me that's work, and a lot of it. And when a job is finished, relax and have fun.


Pictures

All Ingrid Bergman pictures

Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1998 OFTA Film Hall of Fame Online Film & Television Association Acting
1983 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Performance by an Actress in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television A Woman Called Golda (1982)
1982 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or a Special A Woman Called Golda (1982)
1982 Golden Medal of the Minister of Tourism David di Donatello Awards
1979 NSFC Award National Society of Film Critics Awards, USA Best Actress Höstsonaten (1978)
1979 David David di Donatello Awards Best Foreign Actress (Migliore Attrice Straniera) Höstsonaten (1978) Liv Ullmann
1978 NBR Award National Board of Review, USA Best Actress Höstsonaten (1978)
1978 NYFCC Award New York Film Critics Circle Awards Best Actress Höstsonaten (1978)
1976 Honorary César César Awards, France
1975 Oscar Academy Awards, USA Best Actress in a Supporting Role Murder on the Orient Express (1974)
1975 BAFTA Film Award BAFTA Awards Best Supporting Actress Murder on the Orient Express (1974)
1960 Star on the Walk of Fame Walk of Fame Motion Picture On 8 February 1960. At 6759 Hollywood Blvd.
1960 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Single Performance by an Actress (Lead or Support) Startime (1959)
1958 NBR Award National Board of Review, USA Best Actress The Inn of the Sixth Happiness (1958)
1957 Oscar Academy Awards, USA Best Actress in a Leading Role Anastasia (1956)
1957 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Actress - Drama Anastasia (1956)
1957 David David di Donatello Awards Best Actress (Migliore Attrice) Anastasia (1956)
1956 NYFCC Award New York Film Critics Circle Awards Best Actress Anastasia (1956)
1954 Bambi Bambi Awards Best Actress - International Viaggio in Italia (1954)
1953 Bambi Bambi Awards Best Actress - International Europa '51 (1952)
1953 Silver Ribbon Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists Europa '51 (1952)
1952 Volpi Cup Venice Film Festival Best Actress Europa '51 (1952)
1952 Bambi Bambi Awards Best Actress - International Notorious (1946)
1951 Bambi Bambi Awards Best Actress - International Under Capricorn (1949)
1951 Silver Ribbon Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists Best Foreign Actress in Italian Film (Migliore Attrice Straniera in Film Italiano) Stromboli (1950)
1949 Most Popular Female Star Photoplay Awards
1948 Most Popular Female Star Photoplay Awards
1947 Most Popular Female Star Photoplay Awards
1946 NYFCC Award New York Film Critics Circle Awards Best Actress Spellbound (1945)
1946 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Actress The Bells of St. Mary's (1945)
1946 Sour Apple Golden Apple Awards Least Cooperative Actress
1945 Oscar Academy Awards, USA Best Actress in a Leading Role Gaslight (1944)
1945 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Actress Gaslight (1944)

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1979 Oscar Academy Awards, USA Best Actress in a Leading Role Höstsonaten (1978)
1979 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama Höstsonaten (1978)
1970 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Actress - Comedy or Musical Cactus Flower (1969)
1961 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Single Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role Twenty-Four Hours in a Woman's Life (1961)
1960 Golden Laurel Laurel Awards Top Female Star 10th place.
1959 Golden Laurel Laurel Awards Top Female Star 5th place.
1959 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Actress - Drama The Inn of the Sixth Happiness (1958)
1959 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Actress - Comedy or Musical Indiscreet (1958)
1959 BAFTA Film Award BAFTA Awards Best Foreign Actress The Inn of the Sixth Happiness (1958)
1949 Oscar Academy Awards, USA Best Actress in a Leading Role Joan of Arc (1948)
1946 Oscar Academy Awards, USA Best Actress in a Leading Role The Bells of St. Mary's (1945)
1944 Oscar Academy Awards, USA Best Actress in a Leading Role For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943)

2nd Place Awards

2nd place awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1978 LAFCA Award Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards Best Actress Höstsonaten (1978)
1958 Golden Laurel Laurel Awards Top Female Star
1955 Bambi Bambi Awards Best Actress - International Non credo più all'amore (La paura) (1954)
1950 Bambi Bambi Awards Best Actress - International Joan of Arc (1948)
1944 NYFCC Award New York Film Critics Circle Awards Best Actress Gaslight (1944)


Filmography

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
A Woman Called Golda 1982 TV Movie Golda Meir
Autumn Sonata 1978 Charlotte Andergast
A Matter of Time 1976 Contessa Sanziani
Murder on the Orient Express 1974 Greta
From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler 1973 Mrs. Frankweiler
The Bob Hope Show 1972 TV Series Ingrid Bergman
A Walk in the Spring Rain 1970 Libby Meredith
Cactus Flower 1969 Stephanie Dickinson
ABC Stage 67 1967 TV Series
Stimulantia 1967 Mathilde Hartman
The Human Voice 1966 TV Movie A Woman
The Yellow Rolls-Royce 1964 Gerda Millett
The Visit 1964 Karla Zachanassian
Hedda Gabler 1962 TV Movie Hedda Gabler
Auguste 1961 Cameo Appearance (uncredited)
Goodbye Again 1961 Paula Tessier
Twenty-Four Hours in a Woman's Life 1961 TV Movie Clare Lester
Startime 1959 TV Series Governess
The Inn of the Sixth Happiness 1958 Gladys Aylward
Indiscreet 1958 Anna Kalman
Anastasia 1956 Anna Koreff
Elena and Her Men 1956 Elena Sokorowska
Giovanna d'Arco al rogo 1954 Giovanna d'Arco (Joan of Arc)
Fear 1954 Irene Wagner
Journey to Italy 1954 Katherine Joyce
Siamo donne 1953 Ingrid (segment "Ingrid Bergman")
Europe '51 1952 Irene Girard
Stromboli 1950 Karen
Under Capricorn 1949 Lady Henrietta Flusky
Joan of Arc 1948 Joan of Arc
Arch of Triumph 1948 Joan Madou
Notorious 1946 Alicia Huberman
The Bells of St. Mary's 1945 Sister Mary Benedict
Saratoga Trunk 1945 Clio Dulaine
Spellbound 1945 Dr. Constance Petersen
Gaslight 1944 Paula Alquist
For Whom the Bell Tolls 1943 María
Casablanca 1942 Ilsa Lund
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde 1941 Ivy Peterson
Rage in Heaven 1941 Stella Bergen
Adam Had Four Sons 1941 Emilie Gallatin
Juninatten 1940 Kerstin Norbäck
Intermezzo: A Love Story 1939 Anita Hoffman
Only One Night 1939 Eva Beckman
A Woman's Face 1938 Anna Holm, aka Anna Paulsson
Die vier Gesellen 1938 Marianne Kruge
Dollar 1938 Julia Balzar
Katt över vägen 1937 Short Woman in mirror
Intermezzo 1936/I Anita Hoffman
På solsidan 1936 Eva Bergh
Walpurgis Night 1935 Lena Bergström, Johan's Secretary
Swedenhielms Family 1935 Astrid
The Surf 1935 Karin Ingman
Munkbrogreven 1935 Elsa
Landskamp 1932 Girl Waiting in Line (uncredited)

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The 41st Annual Academy Awards 1969 TV Special performer: "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang"
The Inn of the Sixth Happiness 1958 performer: "THE CHILDREN'S MARCHING SONG THIS OLD MAN", "Onward Christian Soldiers" uncredited
Arch of Triumph 1948 performer: "Long After Tonight" 1948 - uncredited
The Bells of St. Mary's 1945 performer: "Vårvindar friska" - uncredited
Saratoga Trunk 1945 performer: "Ah Suzette Chere" - uncredited
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde 1941 "See Me Dance the Polka", uncredited
Intermezzo: A Love Story 1939 "Rustles Of Spring [Fruhlingsrauschen] Op.32 No.3" 1896 / performer: "Intermezzo" 1936, "Piano Concerto in A op 16"
Only One Night 1939 performer: "Polonaise in A flat, Op.53 'Heroic'" 1842, "Charlie is My Darling"
Intermezzo 1936/I "Intermezzo" 1936, "Rustles Of Spring [Fruhlingsrauschen] Op.32 No.3" 1896
Swedenhielms Family 1935 performer: "Du månäpple,jag kan et ta' ner Dig" - uncredited
Munkbrogreven 1935 performer: "I gyllene bojor" - uncredited

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Visit 1964 co-producer

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
1 a Minute 2010 Documentary in memory of: Battled Breast Cancer
Dieter & Andreas 1989 Short grateful acknowledgment

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Women I Love: Beautiful But Funny 1982 TV Movie Herself
Ingrid Bergman at the National Film Theatre 1981 TV Movie documentary Herself
Apostrophes 1980 TV Series Herself
Chaos Supersedes E.N.S.A.. 1980 TV Mini-Series documentary Herself - Interviewee
Ingrid Bergman Story 1980 TV Movie Herself
The Dick Cavett Show 1978-1980 TV Series Herself
Ingrid Bergman: An All-Star Salute 1979 TV Movie Herself
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Alfred Hitchcock 1979 TV Movie documentary Herself
The Making of Autumn Sonata 1978 Documentary Herself
The Second Annual West End Theatre Awards 1977 TV Special Herself - Presenter
Hollywood Greats 1977 TV Series documentary Herself
Film '72 1976 TV Series Herself
La nuit des Césars 1976 TV Series documentary Herself - César d'Honneur
Dinah! 1975 TV Series Herself - Guest
The 47th Annual Academy Awards 1975 TV Special Herself - Winner & Presenter
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Orson Welles 1975 TV Special Herself
Parkinson 1973 TV Series Herself - Guest
The 26th Annual Tony Awards 1972 TV Special Herself - Presenter
Tribute to Bogart 1972 TV Movie documentary Herself - Interviewee
Omnibus 1971 TV Series documentary Herself
The David Frost Show 1971 TV Series Herself - Guest
Hinter der Leinwand 1970 TV Series documentary Herself
Neues aus der Welt des Films 1970 TV Series Herself
Langlois 1970 Documentary Herself
Hollywood: The Selznick Years 1969 TV Movie documentary Herself (uncredited)
Dim Dam Dom 1969 TV Series Herself
The 41st Annual Academy Awards 1969 TV Special Herself - Presenter & Performer
Bogart 1967 TV Movie documentary Herself
The 38th Annual Academy Awards 1966 TV Special Herself
Pappa Sandrew 1964 Documentary short
Gala de l'union 1963 TV Series Herself
Cinépanorama 1956-1960 TV Series documentary Herself
The 31st Annual Academy Awards 1959 TV Special Herself - Presenter: Best Picture
Small World 1959 TV Series Herself
The Steve Allen Plymouth Show 1957-1958 TV Series Herself - Guest / Herself - Recipient
Today 1957 TV Series Herself - Guest
The 29th Annual Academy Awards 1957 TV Special documentary Herself - Winner: Best Actress in a Leading Role & Presenter: Best Director (taped)
Caesar's Hour 1957 TV Series Herself
Film Fanfare 1956 TV Series Herself
Behind the Screen 1956 Documentary short Herself
Kort möte med familjen Rossellini 1953 Short Herself
American Creed 1946 Short Herself
Swedes in America 1943 Documentary short Herself

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
La otra sala: Clásicos 2016 TV Series documentary
Jag är Ingrid 2015 Documentary Herself
Talking Pictures 2015 TV Series documentary Alicia Huberman / Herself
Welcome to the Basement 2014 TV Series Ilsa Lund
And the Oscar Goes To... 2014 TV Movie documentary Herself
Alfred Hitchcock: Master of Suspense 2013 Documentary Herself
Arena 2012 TV Series documentary Herself
Liv & Ingmar 2012 Documentary Herself
La guerra dei vulcani 2012 Documentary Herself
Universum 2011 TV Series documentary Herself
Paavo, a Life in Five Courses 2010 Herself
Smash His Camera 2010 Documentary Herself
A Night at the Movies: The Suspenseful World of Thrillers 2009 TV Movie documentary
Hollywood sul Tevere 2009 Documentary Herself
Il était une fois... 2006-2009 TV Series documentary Herself
American Masters 1998-2009 TV Series documentary Gladys Aylward
Warner at War 2008 TV Movie documentary
Thank Heaven! The Making of 'Gigi' 2008 Video documentary Herself
Hollywood contra Franco 2008 Documentary María
Mike Douglas: Moments & Memories 2008 Video Herself
Agatha Christie: A Woman of Mystery 2007 Video documentary Greta (in 'Murder on the Orient Express')
On the Lot 2007 TV Series
Rossellini - Bergman, l'amour du cinéma 2007 TV Movie documentary Herself
Boffo! Tinseltown's Bombs and Blockbusters 2006 Documentary Alicia Huberman Ilsa Lund (uncredited)
Ciclo Agatha Christie 2005 TV Series documentary Herself
Robert Capa, l'homme qui voulait croire à sa légende 2004 TV Movie documentary Herself
Legenden 2003 TV Series documentary Herself
As Time Goes By: The Children Remember 2003 Video documentary short Herself
Sendung ohne Namen 2002 TV Series documentary Herself
Roberto Rossellini: Frammenti e battute 2000 Documentary Herself / Karin / Irene / ...
Federico Fellini - un autoritratto ritrovato 2000 Documentary Herself
ABC 2000: The Millennium 1999 TV Special documentary
Biography 1998-1999 TV Series documentary Herself
Reputations 1999 TV Series documentary Herself
E! Mysteries & Scandals 1999 TV Series documentary Herself
Intimate Portrait 1999 TV Series documentary Herself
Classified X 1998 TV Movie documentary Herself
Glorious Technicolor 1998 TV Movie documentary Herself
Parkinson: The Interviews 1997 TV Series Herself
Rossellini sotto il vulcano 1997 TV Movie documentary Karen
Great Performances 1988-1996 TV Series Herself
Nitrato d'argento 1996 Documentary uncredited
Ingrid Bergman Remembered 1996 TV Movie documentary Herself
The Good, the Bad & the Beautiful 1996 TV Special documentary Herself
Bogart: The Untold Story 1996 TV Movie documentary Ilsa Lund (uncredited)
Orson Welles: The One-Man Band 1995 Documentary Herself (segment "Salute to Orson Welles")
The First 100 Years: A Celebration of American Movies 1995 TV Movie documentary Herself
100 Years at the Movies 1994 TV Short documentary Herself
That's Entertainment! III 1994 Documentary Performer in Film Clip (uncredited)
Theremin: An Electronic Odyssey 1993 Documentary Dr. Constance Petersen (uncredited)
The 65th Annual Academy Awards 1993 TV Special Herself
Rossellini visto da Rossellini 1993 Documentary Herself
O Espectador que o Cinema Esqueceu 1991 Short
When Harry Met Sally... 1989 Actress in Film (uncredited)
Murphy Brown 1989 TV Series Herself / opening credits
Cinema Paradiso 1988 Ivy Peterson (uncredited)
Nyolc évszak 1987 TV Mini-Series Ilsa Lund
Ingrid 1984 Documentary Herself
Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid 1982 F.X. Huberman
Il était une fois: Le gala de l'union des artistes 1980 TV Movie documentary Herself
Bob Hope's World of Comedy 1976 TV Movie Herself
Texaco Presents: A Quarter Century of Bob Hope on Television 1975 TV Special Herself
Camera Three 1972 TV Series
Play It Again, Sam 1972 Ilsa Lund (uncredited)
First to Fight 1967 Ilsa Lund (uncredited)
The Car That Became a Star 1965 Documentary short Gerda Millett
The Love Goddesses 1965 Documentary Herself
Hollywood: The Great Stars 1963 TV Movie documentary Herself (uncredited)
Beach Casanova 1962 Herself (uncredited)
Hollywood: The Fabulous Era 1962 TV Movie documentary Herself
Project XX 1960 TV Series documentary Herself - Actress
Let's Go to the Movies 1949 Documentary short Alicia Huberman (uncredited)
Screen Snapshots: Photoplay Gold Medal Awards 1948 Short Herself
The Fabulous Allan Carr 2017 Documentary Herself
20th Century Women 2016 Ilsa Lund (uncredited)
Hotellet 2016 Documentary Herself
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