The Swedish actress Ingrid Bergman is one of the greatest film stars of the twentieth century the most recognizable for her role in “Casablanca”.
At the age of 11, she had a strong desire to act on the stage after visiting a performance in the Royal Dramatic Theater.
Nevertheless, Ingrid chose cinema and even dropped her studying in the Drama School to start the career.
Best Known For
She was nominated for Oscar seven times and received it three times. The audience adored her role-playing for its naturalness and otherness.
One of the first and the most famous works of this talented woman is “Intermezzo”. Ingrid starred in “For Whom the Bell Tolls”, “Joan of Arc” etc.
She got three Oskar awards for an outstanding performance in “Gaslight”, “Anastasia” and “Höstsonaten”.
Ingrid’s religion was Christianity. She became a real believer after playing a devoted woman in “The Inn of the Sixth Happiness”.
Before she died, she took part in the Easter sunrise service of the Presbyterian Church in California.
The actress was straight. She got married with her first Peter Lindström in 1936 and their relationships ended in 1950. The couple welcomed a daughter Friedel.
With Roberto Rossellini, her second husband (1950-1957), they gave a birth to Roberto, Isotta and Isabella.
Her marriage with Lars Schmidt lasted from 1958 to 1975.
Worth To Known
She died of cancer in 1982.
The star’s autobiography was published under the title “Ingrid Bergman: My Story” in 1980.
She liked crayfish, with a bib and adored American ice cream.