Daniel Sebastian Bergman is a Swedish film director.
Bergman, Daniel was born on September 7, 1962 in Stockholm. Son of Ingmar Bergman and Kabi Laretei.
As a child, Bergman appeared in a 1967 Swedish program called Stimulantia, which consisted of eight episodes, one of which was directed by his father Ingmar. The short, 16-minute film focuses on the first two years of Daniel's life. His mother Käbi Laretei is also seen.
Bergman directed an episode of the Swedish horror series CHOCK, with Ernst-Hugo Järegård. Bergman's independent ability as a director was seen as compromised following the 1992 film Sunday's Child, which he directed with his father providing the screenplay.