Filmography

YEAR

FILM

CHARACTER

A Woman Called Golda (1982)

She was offered the starring role in a television mini-series, A Woman Called Golda (1982), about the late Israeli prime minister Golda Meir. It was to be her final acting role and she was honored posthumously with a second Emmy Award for Best Actress.

1978

Hoestsonaten (aka Autumn Sonata)

Charlotte

1976

A Matter of Time

Countess Sanziani

Murder on the Orient Express (1974)

Bergman became one of the few actresses ever to receive three Oscars when she won her third (and first in the category of Best Supporting Actress) for her performance.

1973

From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler  (aka The Hideaways)

Mrs. Frankweiler

1970

Walk in the Spring Rain

Libby Meredith

1969

Cactus Flower

Stephanie Dickinson

1967

Fugitive in Vienna

1967

The Human Voice

1967

Stimulantia

Mathilde Hartman

1965

The Yellow Rolls-Royce

Gerda Millet

1964

The Visit

Karla Zachanassian

1963

Hedda Gabler (TV)

Hedda Gabler

1961

Goodbye Again  (aka Aimez-vous Brahms?)

Paula Tessier

1961

Twenty-four Hours in a Woman's Life (TV)

1959

The Turn of the Screw (TV)

Governess

1958

Indiscreet

Anna Kalman

1958

The Inn of the Sixth Happiness

Gladys Aylward

Anastasia (1956)

With her starring role in 1956's Anastasia (1956), Bergman made a triumphant return to the American screen and won the Academy Award for Best Actress for a second time.  Its director, Anatole Litvak, described her as "one of the greatest actresses in the world." He also offered his description of her at the time.

1956

Elena et les Hommes  (aka Paris Does Strange Things)

Elena Sokorowska

1955

La Paura  (aka Angst; aka Fear)

Irene Wagner

1954

Giovanna d'Arco al Rogo  (aka Joan at the Stake; aka Joan of Arc at the Stake)

Joan of Arc

1953

Siamo Donne  (aka Of Life and Love; aka Questa e la Vita; aka We, the Women)

1953

Viaggio in Italia (aka Journey to Italy; aka Strangers; aka Voyage to Italy)

Katherine Joyce

1952

Europa '51  (aka The Greatest Love)

Irene Girard

1949

Stromboli

Karin

1949

Under Capricorn

Henrietta Flusky

Joan of Arc (1948)

Bergman received another Best Actress nomination for Joan of Arc (1948), an independent film based on the Maxwell Anderson play Joan of Lorraine.

1948

Arch of Triumph

Joan Madou

1946

The Bells of St. Mary's

Sister Benedict

1945

Saratoga Trunk

Clio Dulaine

1945

Spellbound

Dr. Constance Peterson

Gaslight (1944)

Bergman won the Academy Award for Best Actress for Gaslight, a film in which George Cukor directed her as a "wife driven close to madness" by co-star Charles Boyer.

For Whom The Bell Tolls (1943)

Bergman played the part of Maria in For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943), which was also her first color film. For the role she received her first Academy Award nomination for Best Actress. The film was taken from Ernest Hemingway's novel of the same title.

Casablanca (1942)

Bergman co-starred with Humphrey Bogart in the classic film Casablanca (1942), which remains her best-known role. In this film, she played the role of Ilsa, the beautiful Norwegian wife of Victor Laszlo, played by Paul Henreid, an "anti-Nazi underground hero" who is in Casablanca, a haven from the Nazis.

1941

Adam Had Four Sons

Emilie Gallatin

1941

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

Ivy Peterson

1941

Rage in Heaven

Stella Bergen

1940

Juninatten (aka June Night)

Kerstin Nordback

1939

Intermezzo

Anita Hoffman

1939

Enda Natt

Eva

1938

Dollar

Julia Balzar

1938

En Kvinnas Ansikte  (aka A Woman's Face)

Anna Holm

1938

Die Vier Gesellen

Marianne

1936

Pa Solsidan

Eva Bergh

1935

Branningar

Karin Ingman

1935

Munkbrogreven

Elsa Edlund

1935

Swedenhielms

Astrid

1935

Valborgsmassoafton

Lena Bergstrog

1932

Landskamp

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