Swedish Actress Won 3 Oscars

In 1939, Swedish actress Ingrid Bergman won the Best Actress Oscar® Award three times in just four years. She received her first Academy Award in 1940, at the age of 26, for her role as Maria in The Great Dictator. Just one year later, she went on to win the Best Actress Oscar® once again—this time, it was for her role as Alicia Huberman in Alfred Hitchcock’s 1942 film Suspicion, which also starred Cary Grant and Joan Fontaine.

Ingrid Bergman Unknown Facts

Ingrid Bergman is one of Hollywood’s most celebrated actresses. Although her list of films may look short to some, she managed to win three Oscars, one Honorary Academy Award and five Golden Globes throughout her brilliant career. Most people think that she won all those awards because of her talent, but there are several other reasons why she got them… so without further ado: here are some unknown facts about Ingrid Bergman. In 1944, Ingrid was awarded the Oscar for Best Actress in a Leading Role for her performance in the 1943 movie For Whom the Bell Tolls.

Her only ever role as a villain was in Alfred Hitchcock’s 1958 film Spellbound.Ingrid’s first husband was director Roberto Rossellini with whom she had four children.Ingrid played Mrs. Iselin, an American spy who threatens her daughter’s engagement to a man who believes in peace between the United States and Soviet Union. The movie also starred Gregory Peck .

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