Isabella Rossellini’s On-Screen Legacy

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The career of Italian-American actress, filmmaker, and model Isabella Rossellini has spanned genres, mediums, and decades. Once described as “the world’s most uncategorizable star,” Rossellini was born into stardom, the daughter of Hollywood starlet Ingrid Bergman and film director Roberto Rossellini. Before her own cinematic success, she achieved notoriety in the modeling industry after moving to the U.S. at 19. Rossellini was soon modeling for major British magazines, and was photographed by the likes of Helmut Newton and Stephen Meisel. In 1982, she began a 14-year tenure as spokesperson for French cosmetics brand Lancôme, ensuring her role as a longtime fashion and beauty icon. Around this time, Rossellini found her footing as an actress and saw her career take off after her roles in now-cult-classic films. From Blue Velvet to Death Becomes Her, click through the gallery to discover highlights of Rossellini’s on-screen legacy.

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