Born on April 28, 1941
From Valsjöbyn, Jämtlands län, Sweden
Halle Berry, Jasmine Guy and Danny Glover star in a 1993 miniseries about Alex Haley's paternal grandmother, the daughter of a slave and a Civil War colonel.
|Golden Globe (1994)||Nominated||Best Performance by An Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television|
Ann-Margret as "Lady Booby/"Belle""
Henry Fielding's virtuous 18th-century hero (Peter Firth) becomes a favorite of Lady Booby (Ann-Margret).
|Golden Globe (1977)||Nominated||Best Performance By an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture|
Ann-Margret as "Nora Walker Hobbs"
After seeing his stepfather murder his father during an argument over his mother (Ann-Margret), young Tommy goes into shock, suddenly becoming psychosomatically deaf, dumb and blind. As a teenager, Tommy (Roger Daltrey) stumbles upon a pinball machine and discovers he is a natural prodigy at the game. Fame and fortune follow for Tommy, as he first becomes a pinball champion and later the messiah of a religious cult who view his pinball skills as a miraculous sign of divine intervention.
|Academy Award (1975)||Nominated||Actress|
|Golden Globe (1975)||Won||Best Performance By an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical|
Ann-Margret as "Bobbie"
Nice guy Sandy (Art Garfunkel) and charming schemer Jonathan (Jack Nicholson) meet as college roommates in the late 1940s. Sandy woos and eventually marries the sweetly virginal Susan (Candice Bergen) without knowing that she had cheated on him with Jonathan. Years later, his marriage faltering, Sandy attempts to mimic Jonathan's promiscuous womanizing, while the misogynistic Jonathan finally tries his hand at monogamy with the gorgeous but emotionally needy Bobbie (Ann-Margret).
|Academy Award (1971)||Nominated||Actress in a Supporting Role|
|Golden Globe (1971)||Won||Best Performance By an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture|
Ann-Margret as "Kim McAfee"
When the draft selects rock star Conrad Birdie, his fans are devastated, but none more than struggling songwriter Albert Peterson (Dick Van Dyke), whose song Birdie was just about to record. Albert's longtime girlfriend, Rosie (Janet Leigh), pushes Albert to write a new tune that Birdie will perform on television to a fan selected in a contest. The scheme works, with young Ohio teenager Kim McAfee (Ann-Margret) declared the winner, but no one has counted on the jealous wrath of her boyfriend.
|Golden Globe (1963)||Nominated||Actress in a Leading Role - Musical or Comedy|