Bibi Andersson

Bibi Andersson

actress, soundtrack

Her artistic dreams came early in life and were further supported by her older sister Gerd Andersson who became a ballet dancer at the Royal Opera and made her acting debut in 1951. Bibi, on the other side, had to make do with bit parts and commercials. She debuted in Dum-Bom (1953), playing against Nils Poppe. Eventually, she was able to start at the Royal Dramatic Theatre's acting school in 1954. A brief relationship with Ingmar Bergman made her quit school and follow him to the Malmö city theatre, where he was a director, performing in plays by August Strindberg and Hjalmar Bergman. Bergman also gave her a small part in his comedy Sourires d'une nuit d'été (1955), and larger roles in his Les fraises sauvages (1957) and Le septième sceau (1957). From the the 1960s she got offers from abroad, with best result in Jamais je ne t'ai promis un jardin de roses (1977). During the civil war in Yugoslavia she has worked with several initiatives to give the people of Sarajevo theatre and other forms of culture.

  • Birthday

    Nov 11, 1935
  • Place of Birth

    Kungsholmen, Stockholm, Stockholms län, Sweden

Known For


9 wins & 3 nominations

Guldbagge Awards
Best Supporting Actress (Bästa kvinnliga biroll)
Winner - Guldbagge
Best Supporting Actress (Bästa kvinnliga biroll)
Winner - Guldbagge
Elina - Som om jag inte fanns (2002)
Best Supporting Actress (Bästa kvinnliga biroll)
Winner - Guldbagge
Det blir aldrig som man tänkt sig (2000)
Best Actress (Bästa kvinnliga huvudroll)
Winner - Guldbagge
National Society of Film Critics Awards, USA
Best Supporting Actress
Winner - NSFC Award
Scener ur ett äktenskap (1974)
Best Actress
Winner - NSFC Award
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