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Also Known As: Died: January 7, 2004
Born: January 27, 1926 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Sweden Profession: Cast ...
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Made acting debut at the Municipal Theatre in Norrkoping at 15
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Joined Malmo repertory company
1948:
Early film appearance, "Dit Vindarna Bar/Where the Winds Lead"
1956:
First English-language film, "Foreign Intrigue", billed as Ingrid Tulean
1956:
Earned international recognition for "Wild Strawberries", directed by Ingmar Bergman
1958:
Furthered her international reputation with Bergman's "Brink of Life"
1961:
American TV debut in NBC remake of "Intermezzo"
1962:
Co-starred in Vincente Minnelli's "The Four Horseman of the Apocalypse"; vocals dubbed by Angela Lansbury
1965:
Film directorial debut, the short "Hangivelsen/Devotion"
1966:
Won praise for her performance in Alain Resnais' "La Guerre est finie/The War Is Over"
1966:
Starred in Mai Zetterling's "Night Games"
1967:
Broadway stage debut, "Of Love Remembered"
1969:
Co-starred in Luchino Visconti's "The Damned"
1972:
Returned to the Bergman fold in "Cries and Whispers"; starred alongside Liv Ullmann and Bibi Andersson
1975:
Co-starred as Miriam in the CBS miniseries "Moses--the Lawgiver"
1978:
With Erland Josephson and Sven Nykvist, co-directed "En och en/One and One"
1982:
Co-wrote and directed "Brusten himmel/Broken Sky"
1984:
Final screen collaboration with Ingmar Bergman, "After the Rehearsal"
1990:
Last film to date, "La Casa del sorriso/House of Smiles"

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