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Anna Bergman

Anna Bergman
Born (1948-05-05) 5 May 1948
Gothenburg, Sweden
Spouse(s) Peter Brown (1966–1981)[1]
Parent(s) Ingmar Bergman (1918–2007)
Ellen Bergman (1919–2007)

Anna Bergman (born 5 May 1948 in Gothenburg, Sweden) is a former Swedish actress. She is the daughter of film and theatre director Ingmar Bergman and choreographer-director Ellen Bergman, sister to Eva, Jan and Mats Bergman (twin); and half-sister to Daniel Bergman and Linn Ullmann.

Bergman mostly appeared as a performer in several British sex comedies during the late 1970s including the title role in Penelope Pulls it Off (1975), Adventures of a Taxi Driver (1976), Intimate Games (1976), Come Play with Me (1977) and What's Up Superdoc! (1978), though later she appeared in small roles in more mainstream films including The Wild Geese (1978), Licensed to Love and Kill (1979), Nutcracker (1982), and her father's 1982 film Fanny and Alexander. She also appeared as Swedish au pair Ingrid Svenson in seasons 2 and 4 of the British situation comedy Mind Your Language.


  1. ^ News item in The Ledger, 19 August 1981.
  • Simon Sheridan. Keeping the British End Up: Four Decades of Saucy Cinema (3rd Edition). Reynolds & Hearn Books, 2007.
  • Simon Sheridan. X-Rated - Adventures of an Exploitation Filmmaker. Reynolds & Hearn Books, 2008.
  • Anna Bergman with Gun Årestad. Inte Pappas Flicka (autobiography). Höganäs: Bra Bok, 1988. ISBN 91-7752-201-X.
  • Anna Bergman. Crooks (novel). AuthorHouse, 2009. ISBN 978-1-4490-2155-9.

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