|En Enda Natt||Actor||Eva Beckman||7|
|Under Capricorn||Actor||Lady Henrietta Flusky||7|
|The Bells of St. Mary's||1945||Actor||Sister Benedict||19457|
|Arch of Triumph||Actor||Joan Madou||7|
|For Whom the Bell Tolls||Actor||Maria||7|
|Rage in Heaven||Actor||Stella Bergen||7|
|Saratoga Trunk||Actor||Clio Dulaine||7|
|Goodbye Again||1961||Actor||Paula Tessier||19617|
|Spellbound||1945||Actor||Dr Constance Peterson||19457|
|A Woman Called Golda||Actor||Golda Meir||7|
|From The Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler||1972||Actor||Mrs Frankweiler||19727|
|The Visit||1963||Actor||Karla Zachanassian||19637|
|Adam Had Four Sons||1940||Actor||n/a||19407|
|Joan of Arc||1950||Actor||n/a||19507|
|Elena and Her Men||1955||Actor||Elana||19557|
|Giovanna d'Arco al Rogo||1955||Actor||Joan of Arc||19557|
|Europa '51||1950||Actor||Irene Girard||19507|
|The Inn of the Sixth Happiness||1958||Actor||Gladys Aylward||19587|
|The Bob Hope Show (04/10/72)||1972 1971 - 1972||Actor||n/a||19727|
|Bacall on Bogart||Actor||n/a||7|
|Cactus Flower||1969||Actor||Stephanie Dickinson||19697|
|Hollywood: The Selznick Years||1969 1968 - 1969||Actor||Interviewee||19697|
|Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde||1940||Actor||n/a||19407|
|A Walk in the Spring Rain||1970||Actor||Libby Meredith||19707|
|A Matter of Time||1975||Actor||Contessa||19757|
|Murder on the Orient Express||1974||Actor||Greta||19747|
|Childhood||1977 1976 - 1977||Actor||("Childhood")||19777|
|Bob Hope Special: Bob Hope's Women I Love -- Beautiful But Funny||1982 1981 - 1982||Actor||n/a||19827|
|After Jean Renoir's "Elena et les hommes/Paris Does Strange Things" (France, 1955), returned to Hollywood for "Anastasia"|
|In Hollywood; debut in "Intermezzo" (remake of earlier Swedish film (1936) which she also starred in)|
|Senator Edward C. Johnson attacked RKO for exploiting Bergman's behavior in ads for the Italian import "Stromboli" (1950) and denounced her as "a powerful influence for evil" in the US Senate on March 14; he also called for the licensing of filmmakers and|
|US TV debut as Miss Giddens in John Frankenheimer's adaptation of "The Turn of the Screw"|
|Broadway debut in "Liliom" (dir. Gregory Ratoff)|
|Film acting debut in "Munkbrogreven/Count from Munkbro/The Count of the Monk's Bridge"|
|In Europe, first in Hitchcock's "Under Capricorn" (Great Britain), then in six films by husband Roberto Rossellini, beginning with "Stromboli" (1949)|
|Ingrid Aborne||Daughter||twin; born on June 18, 1952|
|Robert Capa||Companion||Bergman detailed their relationship in her memoirs|
|Pia Lindstrom||Daughter||born in 1938; father Petter Lindstrom; Bergman lost custody of Pia when she moved to Italy in 1949|
|Petter Lindström||Husband||Married on June 10, 1937; He died at age 93 May 24, 2000 in Sonoma, CA|
|Roberto Rossellini||Husband||He was separated from Anna Magnani when he began relationship with Bergman; Married in May 1950; Separated in 1956|
|Isabella Rossellini||Daughter||Twin; born on June 18, 1952|
|Roberto Rossellini||Son||born in 1950|
|Royal Dramatic Theater School|
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