Bibi Andersson Overview:

Actress, Bibi Andersson, was born Berit Elisabeth Andersson on Nov 11, 1935 in Stockholm, Sweden. Andersson died at the age of 83 on Apr 14, 2019 in Stockholm, Sweden .


Bibi Andersson's best work was all for Ingmar Bergman. Her forays towards international stardom did not pan out well, and she has remained largely in Scandinavian films.

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Bibi Andersson Quotes:

Sara: Good-bye, father Isak. Can't you see you're the one I love? Today, tomorrow and forever
Isak Borg: I'll keep that in mind

Willard Grange: You mean you like living with a bunch of savages?
Ellen Grange: You don't understand.
Willard Grange: Well, no, I don't understand. Lots of white women have been grabbed off by an Indian, and many a decent one of them would have killed herself before she let them turn her into an Indian squaw.
Ellen Grange: I'm not that decent, I guess!
Willard Grange: Oh, don't shout. They'll hear ya.
Ellen Grange: You don't care what happens to me... but only what people think about you.
Willard Grange: I do business with them people.
Ellen Grange: The same people who treat your wife like dirt. I was better off with the Indians!

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Bibi Andersson Facts
She and Ingmar Bergman made 13 movies together: The Magician (1958), The Touch (1971), The Devil's Eye (1960), All These Women (1964), Brink of Life (1958), Mr. Sleeman Is Coming (1957) (TV) (not released), The Passion of Anna (1969), Persona (1966), Scenes from a Marriage (1973), Rabies (1958) (TV), The Seventh Seal (1957), Wild Strawberries (1957) and Smiles of a Summer Night (1955).

Has a daughter, Jenny Matilde Grede, with ex-husband Kjell Grede.

Member of the jury at the Cannes Film Festival in 1972

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