Her early ingenues were vulnerable, troubled little butterflies often in peril and in need of protection from the big, bad, ugly world.
However, on May 1 st, 1947 she climbed all the way to the 86 th floor of the Empire State Building and jumped to her death.
Inger proved her competence and inner drive by learning English quickly, and so thoroughly that most moviegoers thought she was American born: she had not even a trace of a Swedish accent.
Her notable movies include The Buccaneer, A Guide for the Married Man , and House of Cards.
Stensland to call their first born daughter Inger.
Inger co-starred with heavyweights Yul Brynner and Charlton Heston.
Things were looking very promising for Inger in mid-April of 1970.
The film raised some racial issues that then seemed to evaporate.