Ingrid Bergman Kundali AstroNidan
Birth Date: Aug. 29, 1915
Birth Time: 3:30 a.m.
Birth City: Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden
Degree : 4º40'25.73"
Sun Sign*
Degree : 2º53'7.22"
Moon Sign
Pada : 1
Degree : 0º58'26.97"
Last updated at Aug. 16, 2022, 11:54 a.m.
Created at Aug. 16, 2022, 11:54 a.m.

Kundali Details Birth details and configuration for astrological analysis

Birth Details

Gender Female
Weekday Sunday
Date Aug. 29, 1915
Time 3:30 a.m.
Daylight Saving No
City Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden
Geo-location 59ºN19'45.77", 18ºE4'7.36"
Timezone Europe/Stockholm

Residence Details

City Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden
Timezone Europe/Stockholm

Ayansmha Preference

Ayanmsha True Chitra
Ayanmsha Value 22º39'38.05"


Birth Time (Europe/Stockholm) Aug. 29, 1915, 03:30:00 AM
Birth Time (UTC) Aug. 29, 1915, 02:30:00 AM
Birth Time (LMT) Aug. 29, 1915, 03:42:16 AM
Birth Time (Julian) 2420738.604167
LMT Correction (in Hrs) 1.2044

Birth Place Location of birth place on map - Lat: 59ºN19'45.77" Lon: 18ºE4'7.36"

Life Attributes List of attributes/tags and tag associated with this kundali.


Awards | Emmy Awards | Oscar Awards | Tony Book Collection | Profiles Of Women Famous | Top 5% of Profession


Home | Expatriate


Entertainment | Actor/ Actress Entertainment | Live Stage


Childhood | Disadvantaged Parenting | Abusive - Neglectful Parenting | Hardship - Little money Parenting | Kids 1-3 Relationship | Divorce bitter Relationship | Divorce friendly Relationship | Stress - Extramarital affairs


Major Diseases | Cancer Psychological | Abuse Alcohol

Life Story Story of person and major life events assoicated with this Kundali

Swedish-American actress who won Oscars for "Gaslight," 1945 and "Anastasia," 1957. She won a Tony for "Joan of Lorraine," 1946 and an Emmy for "Turn of the Screw," 1959. Throughout her career, she received a total of seven Oscar nominations. Her dad, Justus, a frustrated artist, ran a camera shop in Stockholm. When she was three, her mom died at 33. From that time on she was raised by a confusing succession of prim Lutheran aunts, rich Nazi aunts and her dad's young mistress. From the time she was a kid, she insisted on the theater, taking classes at the Royal Dramatic School in Stockholm, and made a debut at 18 in legitimate theater. Her first love was the play's leading man, Edvin Adolphson. He was unavailable, married with a family, so she married, instead, eight-year-older dentist Peter Lindstrom, 1937 They had a daughter, Pia, who was greatly neglected during the formative years of the Bergman legend. In 1934, Bergman made a film debut. By her second film, reviews reached American and Variety magazine. In 1939, Bergman sailed for New York on the Queen Mary. "I could not live in Sweden," she said, "It is too far from the rest of the world psychologically." She was, nonetheless, Swedish to the core, from her appearance to her romantic notions, from her earthy forthrightness to her emotional strength. In Donald Spoto's book, "The Life of Ingrid Bergman," Harper-Collins, 1997, he writes about her romance with Gary Cooper and characterizes a period in her life when she had affairs with photographer Robert Capa, composer Larry Adler and director Victor Fleming, all of whom were guides and mentors to facets of her creativity. Her illicit affair with Roberto Rossellini shocked the world, giving rise to a huge scandal when she left her husband and child to join her lover in Italy. In 1950, she had a baby boy, two years before they married. She was effectively exiled from the U.S. by a torrent of abuse and vile denunciation, becoming the whipping girl of outraged morality. Actually, leaving her husband and Hollywood for Rossellini freed her from a confining marriage and a limiting career. Her last two films had been "Arch of Triumph" and "Joan of Arc," both flops, and she was frustrated with playing two-dimensional virtuous roles. The neo-Italian realism movement which revolutionized world cinema after the war represented everything Bergman believed in professionally; truth, realism, naturalism, and Rossellini represented the earthiness and spontaneity which she so badly needed on a personal level. In 1948 she first wrote to Rossellini, "If you ever need a Swedish actress..." and he responded eagerly. They arranged a meeting on 9/26/48 in Paris. The discussed the love story on the island of Stromboli they would make, the expression of their passion and art. Back in Hollywood, she and Lindstrom talked about having another child, which she greatly wanted. Preparing a nursery absorbed her, though she was drinking heavily, and depressed, hating Hollywood and the sugar-coated films that she was offered. Rossellini offered her artistic truth, creative vision, danger and excitement. He offered more than that, bragging to his friends that he intended to cuckold Dr. Lindstrom, "Swedish women are easy to impress as they have such cold husbands." In January 1949, Rossellini left Magnani and traveled to America. He accepted the New York Film Critics Award for "Paisan" as Best Foreign Film of the Year. He wired Bergman, "I just arrive friendly." She replied, "Waiting for you in the Wild West." He stayed in their guest house as he and Bergman spoke to Hollywood backers about financing their movie. They made a production deal with Howard Hughes that would make Bergman a wealthy woman if the film proved a commercial success. On 2/27/1949, the evening before he left, Rossellini promised Lindstrom that he would take care of Bergman in Italy, protecting her from gossip. On 3/09/1949, she said goodbye to America and to her husband, and flew to Rome. The magic began. Less than two weeks later, she wrote to Lindstrom, asking for a divorce. In May, she got pregnant. Robertino was born on 2/02/1950. Bergman obtained a divorce in Mexico and a proxy marriage was arranged on 5/24/1950, 10:30 AM, Mexico City. The life of an Italian housewife was difficult for Bergman's adaptation. She picked up the language well enough, but was always a step behind the tempo and the subtleties of Italian humor, social exchange and everyday living. They had continual money problems as Rossellini spent money with total disregard. Bergman had never been comfortable with extravagance or waste. He would not let her work for any other director, with whom she could have made a much greater income. On 11/01/1950, the Lindstrom divorce was granted in Los Angeles, CA. They began work on their second film together, "Europa '51" in October 1951. During the filming, Ingrid became pregnant again, this time with twins. She became so large that she entered the nursing home for the last weeks of her pregnancy, and delivered two husky baby girls, Isabella, 7 lbs 3 oz, and Isotta, 8 lbs 5 oz, on 6/18/1952. Domesticity did not wear well. The Rossellini family fights became regular and dramatic, and Bergman returned to drinking heavily. It took years to discover that Rossellini had returned to his old, womanizing ways. By 1957, Rossellini's affair with the Indian actress Sonali Gupta created fresh scandal, while Bergman developed a close friendship with playwright Robert Anderson. When they separated, Bergman kept the children, though later she sent them to live with their father. In 1958, she married the Swedish producer Lars Schmidt, who, by 1970, had fallen in love with a young Parisian woman. He and Bergman remained friends. Her Hollywood ostracism was now over and she made a number of films in the late '50s and early '60s, including "The Inn of the Sixth Happiness," and "The Yellow Rolls-Royce." In June 1977, while starring in a play, "Waters of the Moon," Bergman received word that Rossellini had died of a heart attack at 71. The following day, Lars Schmidt called to say that his lover had given birth to a baby boy. The cycle of life went on. Bergman died of cancer on 8/29/1982, London. Link to Wikipedia biography

Life Events List of life events assoicated with this Kundali profile

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Gain Social Status

Jan. 1, 1943

Work : Gain social status 1943 (Appeared in "Casablanca," Best Picture Oscar)



Jan. 1, 1945

Work : Prize 1945 (Oscar)



Jan. 1, 1946

Work : Prize 1946 (Tony)



Jan. 1, 1957

Work : Prize 1957 (Oscar)



Jan. 1, 1959

Work : Prize 1959 (Emmy)

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description


Jan. 1, 1937

Relationship : Marriage 1937 (Peter Lindstrom)


Significant Relationship Begin

Sept. 26, 1948

Relationship : Meet a significant person 26 September 1948 (Met Rossolini in Paris) .


Relationship Begin

Jan. 1, 1949

Relationship : Begin significant relationship January 1949 (Rossellini visited her in Hollywood, began affair) .


Relationship Begin

March 1, 1949

Relationship : Begin significant relationship 9 March 1949 (Joined Rossellini in Italy, began affair) .



Jan. 1, 1950

Relationship : Divorce dates 1 January 1950 (Divorce from Lindstrom) .



May 24, 1950

Relationship : Marriage 24 May 1950 (Married Rossellini by proxy wedding) .



Jan. 1, 1958

Relationship : Marriage 1958 (Lars Schmidt)

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Birth Child

Feb. 1, 1950

Family : Change in family responsibilities 2 February 1950 (Boy born, Robertino) .


Birth Child

June 18, 1952

Family : Change in family responsibilities 18 June 1952 (Had twin girls) .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Mother Death

Jan. 1, 1918

Death of Mother 1918 (Age three when Mom died)


Father Death

Jan. 1, 1929

Death of Father 1929 (Dad died)



Aug. 29, 1982

Death by Disease 29 August 1982 (Cancer, age 67 exactly) .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Great Insight

Jan. 1, 1927

Misc. : Great Insight 1927 (Age 11, said she was going to be actress)

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Spouse Relationship With Rossellini, Roberto (Born 8 May 1906)

Spencer Tracy

Lover Relationship With Tracy, Spencer (Born 5 April 1900). Notes: 1941

Hedda Hopper

Opponent/Rival/Enemy Relationship With Hopper, Hedda (Born 2 May 1885). Notes: Hopper Waged Negative Campaign Against Bergman

Isabella Rossellini

Parent->Child Relationship With Rossellini, Isabella (Born 18 June 1952)

Ingrid Rossellini

Parent->Child Relationship With Rossellini, Ingrid (Born 18 June 1952)

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