Sweden’s Movie Institute says Bibi Andersson, the Swedish actress who starred in traditional movies by her compatriot, the filmmaker Ingmar Bergman, has died. She was 83.

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Spokesman Martin Frostberg says Andersson, who starred in “The Seventh Seal” and “Persona” died on Sunday.

The state-funded institute stated Monday Andersson was 4 occasions named finest actress its annual awards, and likewise obtained an identical accolade from the Berlin Movie Competition, in 1963.

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Born Nov. 11, 1935, as Berit Elisabet Andersson, she later appeared in dozens of flicks, together with by administrators John Huston and Robert Altman, earlier than directing performs in Stockholm. In 2009, she suffered a stroke and disappeared from the limelight.

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She is survived by her daughter, Jenny, and her third husband, Gabriel Mora Baeza. Funeral preparations weren’t introduced.

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