6 Hollywood couples that are intimate both in real life and on screen

Here are 6 pairs of directors - actors fondly creating the brand for each work that they co-made.

The following Hollywood couples must adhere to the following "rules": one person is the director, the other is the actor or actress, they must work together many pieces it isn’t counted the works which the couple first co-operated.

No.1. Bibi Andersson and Ingmar Bergman

The Seventh Seal (1957)

Wild Strawberries (1957)

The Magician (1958)


Bibi became Bergman's muse in the late 1950s with the trio “The Seventh Seal”, “Wild Strawberries” and “The Magician”. Nordic naive beauty with a golden heart of Swedish beauty made Bibi appear in more than 10 films directed by Bergman. Bibi Andersson along with Harriet Andersson, Live Ullmann became the eternal beauties of Bergman’s movies.

No.2. Paulette Goddard and Charlie Chaplin

Modern Times (1936)

The Great Dictator (1940)





Goddard has been with Chaplin since she was 21 years old to soothe his loneliness. They married a few years later and produced two works: “Modern Time” criticizing capitalism and "The Great Dictator" against fascism. However, just days after the premiere of “The Great Dictator”, Goddard left Chaplin for the inability to stand up to his infidelity.

No.3. Diane Keaton and Woody Allen

Sleeper (1973)

Love and Death (1975)

Annie Hall (1977)

Interiors (1978)

Manhattan (1979)




Diane Keaton has been with Woody Allen in all three films that marked the turning point in his career and also realized that. Although Woody Allen is currently suffering from a boycott of #MeToo movement, Keaton still has good words for the director.

No.4. Ingrid Bergman and Roberto Rossellini

Stromboli (1950)

Journey to Italy (1954)


Considered as the goddess on Hollywood's black-and-white screen, Ingrid Bergman once again emanated a bright and charismatic charm. So when Bergman had a baby with Italian director Roberto Rossellini while they were both married, the whole world was shocked. Bergman went to Europe and appeared in Rossellini's five works, of which “Stromboli” and “Journey to Italy” were two pieces of work that couldn’t be missed.

No.5. Frances McDormand and Joel Coen

Blood Simple (1984)

Raising Arizona (1987)

Miller’s Crossing (1990)

Barton Fink (1991)

Fargo (1996)

The Man Who Wasn’t There (2001)

Burn After Reading (2008)

Hail, Caesar! (2016)


It was Coen who advised Frances McDormand to play the mother in "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" which later helped her win an Oscar for Best Actress. McDormand met the Coen brothers when they were all unknown names in Hollywood. She married Joel Coen and “Blood Simple” born immediately resonated.

No.6. Helena Bonham Carter and Tim Burton

Big Fish (2003)

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)

Corpse Bride (2005)

Sweeney Todd (2007)

Alice in Wonderland (2010)

Dark Shadows (2012)



It can be seen through time, the quality of the work that the couple brought gradually reduces. However, it is hard to deny the combination of these two people in Tim Burton's inventive works and Helena's madness. However, their 13-year relationship ended about four years ago, so there was not much hope for fans to see a follow-up cooperation between Helena Bonham Carter and Tim Burton at least in the near future.

By: Oralie Smith

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