Anderson Bibi (born November 11, 1935), Swedish theater and film actress. He studied at the Royal dramatic theatre school. Terceros, in the school at "Dramaten theater". In films from 1954, a year later appeared in a cameo role in the film of I. Bergman's "smiles of a summer night" (1955). International fame actress brought the role of MIA in philosophical parable the same Director's "the Seventh seal" (1957) and Sarah — the young traveler the hero of Bergman's "wild strawberries" (1957). In the future, the images are full of life and charming girls from the common people became a sort of "calling card" Bibi Anderson, a creative collaboration with the Director (she played in 11 films directed by) — the key to its professional maturity. True acting triumph for Bibi Anderson was the role of the nurse Alma in the philosophical parable of Bergman's "Persona" (1965).
In the late 1960-ies — 1970-ies range of Bibi Anderson is expanding its heroine plenty hlebnuvshey difficult life experience women sometimes cannot resist the temptation, but having a clear understanding of marriage and human duty: ewa Gorgeous in the film Bergman's "Passion" (1968), Karin in the movie of the same author's "the Touch" (1970). From diametrically different series — the role of the "emancipated" business woman Katarina in "Scenes from a marriage" (1973). The metaphor of marriage as originally doomed to the defeat of the Union of two individuals formed the basis of the work of Bibi Anderson and the whole idea — in the film "a Marmalade rebellion" (1980, directed by Josephson Erland and Sven Nykvist).
From other masters of Swedish film actress has successfully acted in films, vilgot Semana such as "Lover" (1962); "a Bed for brother and sister, 1782" (1965), "I'm blushing" (1980). In 1970-80-ies Bibi Anderson has played in bands of several well-known Western European and American Directors, such as "the Kremlin letter" (1970) J. Houston, "Quintet" (1979) By R. Altman. In the early 1970s starred in two Soviet Directors — Y. Yegorova in the film "the Man from the other side" (1972) and M. Bogin ("About love", 1971).