Cast as Mary in the NBC biblical drama "Mary, Mother of Jesus"
Ingmar Bergman wrote part of Anna (based on his mother) in "Best Intentions" expressly for her; met director Billie August during pre-production; married during a break in filming; miniseries version broadcast as part of PBS' "Masterpiece Theatre" in August 1994
Played Shmi Skywalker, mother of Annakin (the future Darth Vader), in George Lucas' "Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace"
Reprised her role as Anna in Liv Ullmann's "Private Confessions", scripted by Bergman
Spent several years working with Swedish Television's theater ensemble
Had leading role in the Swedish film "Gossip"
Portrayed the dizzy, sexually generous nursemaid in Ingmar Bergman's "Fanny and Alexander"
Reteamed with writer-director Bergman for "In the Presence of a Clown"; again played character based on Bergman's mother in this semi-autobiographical film made for Swedish television
Returned to the stage in Royal Dramatic Theatre production of "The Winter's Tale"
Acted in Bergman-directed stage productions of "Hamlet" (1986, as Ophelia) and "A Doll's House" (1989, as Nora) at Stockholm's Royal Dramatic Theatre
Appeared at Sweden's Gavie Theatre in many plays including August Strindberg's "A Dream Play", directed by Peter Oskarson
Began dabbling in theater at a Stockholm drama school for children at the age of ten (date approximate)
Had featured role in "Agget", directed by Daniel Bergman (Ingmar's son)
Worked with directors Yuri Ljubimov ("Feast in the Time of the Plague") and Lennart Hjulstrom ("Master Olof") at Stockholm's Royal Dramatic Theatre