Legendary Swedish actress Ingrid Bergman started her journey in films as an un-credited extra in ‘Landskamp’ (1932), followed by a bit role in ‘Munkbrogreven’ (1935). Her first starring role in Hollywood was in the 1939 romantic film ‘Intermezzo: A Love Story’. With time, she evolved as one of the finest actresses of her time performing in many notable European and American films that won her several prestigious awards and accolades. These include ‘Gaslight’ (1944), ‘Anastasia’ (1956) and ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ (1974); all the three won her Academy Award. Other memorable and best roles of Bergman include in films like ‘Casablanca’ (1942) and ‘Notorious’ (1946).
Bergman thrived in other mediums, including television, theatre, and radio as well. She won a Primetime Emmy Award for playing Governess in episode ‘The Turn of the Screw’ from television series ‘Startime’ (1959) and a Tony Award for her performance in the play ‘Joan of Lorraine’ (1946).
She was named the fourth-greatest female screen legend of classic American cinema by American Film Institute in 1999.
Filmography of Ingrid Bergman includes several top-grossing films like ‘The Bells of St. Mary's’ (1945), ‘Notorious’ (1946), and ‘Cactus Flower’ (1969). She also featured in some box-office failures like ‘Under Capricorn’ (1949).