The beautiful Ingrid Bergman was born on this day in 1915; she died on the same date in 1982, on her 67th birthday.
One of my favorite mystery movies is Gaslight, for which Bergman won an Oscar. The 1944 George Cukor film starred Bergman as the haunted Paula Alquist, unknowingly persecuted by her husband, the sinister Gregory Anton (played by Charles Boyer). I fell in love with Joseph Cotton for being the cop who didn't think Paula was crazy.
I once blogged about the "Gaslight effect" in my own life; if you enjoyed the movie you might like to read it here.
Bergman won another Oscar in 1956 for Anastasia, but of course she may be best remembered for her role in the classic Casablanca, in which she starred with Humphrey Bogart.
You can learn more about Bergman and the highlights of her career at the official Ingrid Bergman website.