Lena Olin is a Swedish actress. She had her career beginnings in the ’70s, debuting in 1976’s Face to Face. She later had a role in the comedy film The Adventures of Picasso. Her major breakthrough was as Sabina in the 1988 feature film The Unbearable Lightness of Being. For her work, she got a Golden Globe nomination. The following year, she starred in the movie Enemies, A Love Story. For this, she got an Academy Award nomination. In the 2000s, she starred in the films Romeo Is Bleeding, Mr. Jones, and The Ninth Gate. In 2000, she played Josephine Muscat in the movie Chocolat, which got her a BAFTA nomination. On TV, she’s best known for her roles as Irina Derevko in Alias. She also played Irina Atman in Sky Atlantic series Riviera.