Ingrid Bergman performances

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Ingrid Bergman in Casablanca, 1942

The complete filmography, stage performances, and radio credits of Swedish actress Ingrid Bergman.

Chronology of performances[edit]


Year Film English Title Role Notes
1932 Landskamp   Girl Waiting in Line Uncredited
1935 Munkbrogreven The Count of the Monk's Bridge Elsa Edlund
1935 Bränningar Ocean Breakers Karin Ingman
1935 Swedenhielms Swedenhielms Family Astrid
1935 Valborgsmässoafton Walpurgis Night Lena Bergström
1936 På solsidan On the Sunny Side Eva Bergh
1936 Intermezzo   Anita Hoffman
1938 Dollar   Julia Balzar
1938 Die Vier Gesellen The Four Companions Marianne Kruge
1938 En kvinnas ansikte A Woman's Face Anna Holm, aka Anna Paulsson
1939 En enda natt Only One Night Eva Beckman
1939 Intermezzo: A Love Story   Anita Hoffman
1940 Juninatten June Night Kerstin Norbäc — aka Sara Nordanå
1941 Adam Had Four Sons   Emilie Gallatin
1941 Rage in Heaven   Stella Bergen Monrell
1941 Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde   Ivy Peterson
1942 Casablanca   Ilsa Lund
1943 For Whom the Bell Tolls   María
1943 Swedes in America   Herself (short subject)
1944 Gaslight   Paula Alquist Anton
1945 Spellbound   Dr. Constance Petersen
1945 Saratoga Trunk   Clio Dulaine
1945 The Bells of St. Mary's   Sister Mary Benedict
1946 American Creed   Herself (short subject)
1946 Notorious   Alicia Huberman
1948 Arch of Triumph   Joan Madou
1948 Joan of Arc   Joan of Arc
1949 Under Capricorn   Lady Henrietta Flusky
1950 Stromboli, terra di Dio Stromboli Karen
1952 Europa '51 The Greatest Love Irene Girard
1953 Siamo donne We, the Women Herself (segment: "Ingrid Bergman")
1954 Viaggio in Italia Journey to Italy Katherine Joyce
1954 La Paura Fear Irene Wagner
1954 Giovanna d'Arco al rogo Joan of Arc at the Stake Giovanna d'Arco (Joan of Arc)
1956 Elena et les hommes Elena and Her Men Princess Elena Sokorowska
1956 Anastasia   Anna Koreff / Anastasia
1958 Indiscreet   Anna Kalman
1958 The Inn of the Sixth Happiness   Gladys Aylward
1961 Aimez-Vous Brahms? Goodbye Again Paula Tessier
1961 Auguste Kolka, My Friend Cameo Uncredited
1964 The Visit   Karla Zachanassian
1964 The Yellow Rolls-Royce   Gerda Millett
1967 Stimulantia   Mathilde Hartman (Segment: "The Necklace")
1969 Cactus Flower   Stephanie Dickinson
1970 Henri Langlois   Herself (documentary)
1970 A Walk in the Spring Rain   Libby Meredith
1973 From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler   Mrs. Frankweiler
1974 Murder on the Orient Express   Greta Ohlsson
1976 A Matter of Time   Countess Sanziani
1978 Höstsonaten Autumn Sonata Charlotte Andergast

Television credits[edit]

Ingrid Bergman pinning a corsage on Bess Truman.
Year Production Role Notes
1959 Startime: The Turn of the Screw Governess
1961 24 Hours in a Woman's Life Clare Lester
1963 Hedda Gabler Hedda Gabler
1966 The Human Voice Unnamed (monologue)
1977 Great Performances: Childhood Host
1979 The American Film Institute Salute to Alfred Hitchcock Herself (hostess)
1982 A Woman Called Golda Golda Meir (final television appearance)

Theater credits[edit]

Year Play Role Theatre Location
1940 Liliom Julie Forty-Fourth Street Theater New York City, New York
1941 Anna Christie[1] Anna Christopherson Lobero Theatre Santa Barbara, California
1946 Joan of Lorraine Joan of Arc/Mary Grey Alvin Theater New York City, New York
1953 Joan of Arc at the Stake Joan of Arc San Carlo Opera House Naples, Italy
1954 Joan of Arc at the Stake Joan of Arc Stoll Theatre London, United Kingdom
1956 Tea and Sympathy Laura Reynolds Théâtre de Paris Paris, France
1962 Hedda Gabler Hedda Gabler Théâtre Montparnasse Gaston Baty Paris, France
1965 A Month in the Country Natalia Petrovna Yvonne Arnaud Theatre Guildford, United Kingdom
1967 More Stately Mansions Deborah Harford Broadhurst Theatre New York City, New York
1971 Captain Brassbound's Conversion Lady Cecily Waynflete Cambridge Theatre London, United Kingdom
1972 Captain Brassbound's Conversion Lady Cecily Waynflete Opera House, Kennedy Center Washington, D.C.
1973 The Constant Wife Constance Middleton Albery Theatre London, United Kingdom
1975 The Constant Wife Constance Middleton Shubert Theatre New York City, New York
1977 Waters of the Moon Helen Lancaster Festival Theatre Chichester, United Kingdom
1978 Waters of the Moon Helen Lancaster Haymarket Theatre London, United Kingdom

Radio credits[edit]

Air Date Title Show Role Other people Avail.
January 29, 1940 Intermezzo Lux Radio Theater Anita Hoffman Herbert Marshall, Gail Patrick
December 1, 1941 A Man's Castle Lux Radio Theater Trina Spencer Tracy MP3
January 16, 1942 Patterns[2] The Kate Smith Variety Show   Orson Welles, Olivia de Havilland, Lou Holtz
March 24, 1942  [3] Readers and Writers Herself Edwin Seaver
March 30, 1942 The Silent Heart[4] Cavalcade of America Jenny Lind Karl Swenson, Bill Johnstone
1942   CBS Looks At Hollywood Herself Hedda Hopper, Gary Cooper
April 26, 1943 Casablanca The Screen Guild Theater Ilsa Lund Humphrey Bogart, Paul Henreid MP3
September 15, 1943 #56 Mail Call Guest Kay Thompson, Cass Daley, Edgar Bergen, et al.
October 1943 Star Program with Lorne Greene Herself Lorne Greene, Walter Huston, Joan Fontaine
January 15, 1944 1944 March of Dimes Campaign[5][6] March of Dimes Herself Basil O'Connor, John B. Kennedy
April 2, 1944 Mayerling[7] Star and the Story Marie Vetsera Walter Pidgeon
April 25, 1944 Death Takes A Holiday[8] Everything for the Boys Grazia Ronald Colman MP3
May 21, 1944 The Guardsman[9] Silver Theater The Actor's Wife Herbert Marshall, Nigel Bruce
September 9, 1944 Premiere Show[10] Rudy Vallee Show Herself Edith Gwynn, Fritz Feld, Lou Lubin
October 30, 1944 Anna Karenina The Screen Guild Theater Anna Karenina Gregory Peck MP3
November 12, 1944 [11] The Kate Smith Variety Show   Milton Berle
January 31, 1945 #130 Mail Call Guest Edgar Bergen, Marion Hutton MP3
February 12, 1945 For Whom The Bell Tolls Lux Radio Theater Maria Gary Cooper, Akim Tamiroff MP3
March 15, 1945 17th Academy Awards Ceremony [12] Recipient - Best Actress Bob Hope, John Cromwell, Jennifer Jones, et al. MP3
March 29, 1945 #168 Command Performance Guest Bob Hope, Charles Boyer, et al. MP3
April 5, 1945 Strange Morning Arch Oboler's Plays Miss Stewart MP3
April 15, 1945 Our Hour of National Sorrow[13] A Tribute to President Roosevelt Poem Reader Many celebrities MP3
May 13, 1945 Strange Morning (replay of April 5 + Morgenthau speech)[14] Seventh War Loan Drive Show Miss Stewart Henry Morgenthau RA
June 4, 1945 Intermezzo Lux Radio Theater Anita Hoffman Joseph Cotten, Paula Winslowe MP3
August 14, 1945   The Fred Waring Show Guest Fred Waring, Jack Benny, Larry Adler
October 14, 1945 Gaslight[15] Jack Benny Show Guest Jack Benny, Larry Adler MP3
December 6, 1945 Newspaper Guild Page-One Awards" Herself Norman Corwin, Duke Ellington, Irving Berlin
January 20, 1946 Presentation of Film Critics Awards[16] The Radio Hall of Fame (Paul Whiteman Show) Recipient - Best Actress Ray Milland MP3
February 5, 1946 Look Achievement Awards[17] Bob Hope Show Herself Bob Hope, Frances Langford
April 14, 1946 18th Academy Awards Ceremony (#217)[18] Command Performance Presenter - Best Actor Bob Hope, Frank Sinatra, George Murphy, Ray Milland, et al.
April 29, 1946 Gaslight Lux Radio Theater Paula Alquist Anton Charles Boyer, Gale Gordon MP3
May 16, 1946 The Star Spangled Way[19] United Jewish Appeal   Jack Benny, Ginger Rogers, Tallulah Bankhead
August 26, 1946 Bells of St. Mary's The Screen Guild Theater Sister Mary Benedict Bing Crosby MP3
February 27, 1947 Born in a Merry Hour[20] Centennial Anniversary of Ellen Terry Herself Helen Hayes, Margaret Webster, Eva Le Gallienne, John Gielgud
April 6, 1947 Still Life[21][22] Theater Guild on the Air Laura Jesson Sam Wanamaker, Peggy Wood MP3
October 6, 1947 Bells of St. Mary's The Screen Guild Theater Sister Mary Benedict Bing Crosby MP3
1947   U.S.O. Campaign Herself Douglas Fairbanks Jr., George Murphy
1947 Flood Tide Building For Peace    
1947 #29 Words with Music Poetry Reader
January 26, 1948 Notorious Lux Radio Theater Alicia Huberman Joseph Cotten MP3
April 18, 1948 Anna Karenina Theater Guild on the Air Anna Karenina
June 13, 1948 Red Cross Flood Relief Show   Chester Lauck, Andy Russell, et al.
June 14, 1948 Jane Eyre Lux Radio Theater Jane Eyre Robert Montgomery, Bill Johnstone MP3
November 12, 1948 Camille[23][24] Ford Theater Marguerite Gautier  
December 13, 1948 The Seventh Veil Lux Radio Theater Francesca Cunningham Robert Montgomery, Bill Johnstone MP3
January 6, 1949 Notorious The Screen Guild Theater Alicia Huberman John Hodiak, J. Carrol Naish MP3
January 21, 1949 Anna Christie[25] Ford Theater Anna Christopherson Broderick Crawford, John Qualen MP3
February 18, 1949 A Doll's House[26][27] Great Scenes from Great Plays Nora Helmer Brian Aherne MP3
1949 Whole Blood Ready (1 of 3 mini-dramas) Star Spots   Fred MacMurray, Joan Leslie
January 10, 1954 Why Young Actors Try To Break Into The Theatre[28] Stage-Struck Herself Mike Wallace, Arthur Schwartz, Dorothy Fields, Renee Jeanmaire
May 2, 1954 The Highlights Of The 1953-54 Theatrical Season[29] Stage-Struck Joan of Arc Various actors

Audio recording credits[edit]

Year Title Genre Format ID
1946 The Pied Piper of Hamelin Spoken Word 2 10" 78 RPM Records OCLC 47099526
1960 The Human Voice Spoken Word 12" Microgroove LP 33⅓ RPM Record OCLC 3266517
1979 The Small Woman Abridged Audiobook 2 Cassettes OCLC 12889993


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