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Bergman's last role was in the television miniseries "A Woman Called Golda" in 1982.

Ingrid starred in Ingmar Bergman's "Autumn Sonata" in 1978, which earned her a nomination for the Best Actress Academy Award. This was also her last film.

"Anastasia" (1956) marked Ingrid's return to Hollywood, earning her an Oscar for Best Actress and a place in her estranged fans' hearts.

Her affair and consequent marriage with director Roberto Rossellini during the making of the 1949 film "Stromboli" sparked controversy and outrage in the United States, and she remained in Italy for the next six years, working with her new husband on five films.

She made three films with Alfred Hitchcock: "Spellbound," "Notorious" and "Under Capricorn."

In 1942, she began filming both Ernest Hemingway's "For Whom the Bell Tolls" and the perennial classic, "Casablanca."

She won her first Oscar for Best Actress in the 1944 film "Gaslight."

Ingrid made her Broadway debut in 1940's production of "Liliom." the play that the music "Carousel" would later be based upon.

In 1939, she moved to Hollywood to film the remake of "Intermezzo."

In 1935, Ingrid had her first speaking role in a film, Gustaf Molander's "Munkbrogreven."

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