Harriet Andersson (born 14 February 1932, Stockholm) is a Swedish actress, known outside Sweden for being part of one of director Ingmar Bergman's stock company. She often played impulsive working class characters and quickly established a reputation on screen for her youthful, unpretentious, full-lipped sensuality. She disdains the use of makeup.
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Born 1932-02-14 (88 years ago) in Stockholm, Sweden.
|David di Donatello Special Award (Cries and Whispers)||1974 David di Donatello Awards||1974||Viskningar och rop|
|National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actress (Cries and Whispers)||National Society of Film Critics Awards 1972||1972||Viskningar och rop|
|National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Actress (Cries and Whispers)||National Society of Film Critics Awards 1972||1972||Viskningar och rop|
|BAFTA Award for Best Foreign Actress (Through a Glass Darkly)||16th British Academy Film Awards||1963||Såsom i en spegel|
|Bertil Wejfeldt(Gifta: 1959–1962)||1959||1962||Gifta|
|Ingmar Bergman(Sambo: 1952–1955)||1952||1955||Sambo|
Harry Andersson, Agda Mattsson