Ingrid Bergman (Aug. 29, 1915-Aug. 29, 1982) was renowned for the beauty, charm and strength she brought to the characters she played on film and the stage. An international star who won three Academy Awards, Bergman was both a celebrated icon of Hollywood's Golden Age, and the subject of gossip and tabloid press smears owing to her affair and marriage in the 1950s with Italian director Roberto Rossellini.
More than three decades after Bergman's death, she remains immortal. In honor of the centenary of her birth, view our gallery of career highlights.
Left: Bergman in the 1938 Swedish drama, "A Woman's Face."
By CBSNews.com senior producer David Morgan