Liv Johanne Ullmann (born 16 December 1938) is a Norwegian actress and movie director, as well as one of the "muses" of the Swedish director Ingmar Bergman. Nominated five times for a best actress Golden Globe Award, winning the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama during 1972 for the drama movie The Emigrants (1971), Ullmann has also been nominated for the Palme d'Or, twice for the Academy Award, and twice for a BAFTA Film Award.
On experience: What I have always loved most in men is imperfection. I get moved by the wrinkles on the throat of a man. It makes me love him more. I think it is sad that more women don't take the chance that maybe men will be moved by seeing the chin a little less firm than it used to be, that a man will be more in love with his wife because he remembers who she was and sees who she is and thinks, God, isn't that lovely that this happened to her. And be moved by life telling its story there.
On growth: Is this not where life's possibilities lie? Not necessarily to arrive, but always to be on the way, in movement.
On solitude: Sometimes it is less hard to wake up feeling lonely when you are alone than wake up feeling lonely when you are with someone.
|Full Name at Birth||Liv Johanne Ullmann|
|Date of Birth||December 16, 1938|
|Height||5' 8½" (174 cm)|
|Claim to Fame||The Passion of Anna|
|Other Family Members||Linn Bergman (daughter) (reporter)|
|Favorite Colors||Pink, Green, Blue, Red|