Isabella Rossellini is an Italian-American actress and model. The daughter of Swedish actress Ingrid Bergman and Italian filmmaker Roberto Rossellini, she is known for her successful tenure as a Lancôme model and her established career in American cinema.
Rossellini made her film debut in 1976, appearing alongside her mother in Vincente Minnelli's A Matter of Time. She gained recognition as an actress in the mid-1980s with her roles in White Nights (1985) and David Lynch's Blue Velvet (1986), for which she received the Independent Spirit Award for Best Female Lead. She has since starred in a number of notable films, including Death Becomes Her (1992), Big Night (1996), Cousins (1998), and The Saddest Music in the World (2003).
In addition to her acting career, Rossellini is also a renowned model. She was the face of Lancôme for 14 years, and she has also appeared in campaigns for other major brands such as Cartier and H&M. She is also a spokesperson for the National Eating Disorders Association.