Acted with fellow Bergman protege Peter Stormare in the slick Swedish actioner "Hamilton"
Cast as Harrison Ford's love interest in the action-comedy "Hollywood Homicide"
Directed by husband Lasse Hallstrom in "Chocolat," playing a kleptomaniac who leaves her abusive husband and finds a new career assisting the recently arrived chocolatiere; reunited on screen with Stormare, Depp and Binoche
Led a satanic cult in Roman Polanski's "The Ninth Gate," co-starring Johnny Depp
Played Cordelia in the Bergman-directed "King Lear" at Sweden's Royal Dramatic Theater
Received a Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination for her role as a Polish immigrant and Holocaust survivor in Paul Mazursky's "Enemies, a Love Story"
Starred in the title role in Ingmar Bergman's rendition of Strindberg's "Miss Julie"
Acted in Ingmar Bergman's "Fanny and Alexander"
Cast in husband Lasse Hallström's "Casanova," opposite Heath Ledger and Sienna Miller
Joined the Royal Dramatic Theater
Played a psychiatrist who falls in love with her manic-depressive patient (Richard Gere) in "Mr. Jones"
Portrayed Maharet in the film version of Anne Rice's vampire-themed novel "Queen of the Damned"
Portrayed most extreme character to date; the outrageous hit woman Mona Demarkov in Peter Medak's "Romeo Is Bleeding"
Starred as Anna Paquin's mother in the thriller "Darkness"
Teamed with Gabriel Byrne to play Claire Danes' parents in Theresa Connelly's "Polish Wedding"
US TV debut in "Wallenberg: A Hero's Story" (NBC)
Cast in a small role by Bergman in "Face to Face"
Cast in the psychological thriller "Awake" with Hayden Christensen and Jessica Alba
Made international debut in a leading role, playing Anna in Bergman's "After the Rehearsal," a part written expressly for her by Bergman
Met Ingmar Bergman for the first time at the age of 17
Romanced Andy Garcia in "Night Falls on Manhattan," directed by Sidney Lumet
Was a member of the Festival Jury at Cannes, headed by Martin Scorsese
Acted opposite Robert Redford in the large scale would be "Havana"; movie fizzled at the box office
Cast as a federal judge whose bodyguard uncovers a plot to overthrow the government in "Ignition"
Emerged with her dignity intact from the moribund erotic costumer "The Night & the Moment"
Garnered international attention as the lusty Sabina in "The Unbearable Lightness of Being," directed by Philip Kaufman and co-starring Daniel Day-Lewis and Juliette Binoche
Had prominent film role in "Picassos Aventyr/The Adventures of Picasso"
Joined the cast of ABC's "Alias," playing the mother of secret agent Sydney Bristow (Jennifer Garner); earned an Emmy (2003) nomination for Supporting Actress
Starred with Kevin Spacey and Ryan Gosling in "The United States of Leland"
Worked as a substitute teacher and hospital orderly before enterting acting