Her death was confirmed by Jan Goransson, head of media at the Swedish Film Institute, who said she had been receiving medical treatment since suffering a stroke in 2009. Ms. Andersson in 1981. Around that same time, Ms. Andersson also began a relationship with the director, who was then married to journalist and linguist Gun Grut. Ms. Andersson later told the New York Times that they were together for two years, during which she appeared in Bergman films such as “Brink of Life” (1958). Ms. Andersson also starred in productions of “Peer Gynt” and “The Winter’s Tale” that Bergman staged at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in the 1990s.
Source: Washington Post April 15, 2019 09:09 UTC