Astrid Bergman Sucksdorff (17 January 1927 – 12 January 2015) was a Swedish nature photographer and children's writer. She received the Astrid Lindgren Prize in 1984.
She was the daughter of the well-known zoologist and adventurer Sten Bergman and his wife Dagny. She was a photographer and children's writer for most of her life. Her interest in photography started when she got a job as an assistant to a Stockholm photographer before she turned 20. As a photographer, she was active in documentary, art and nature photography. She also worked as a press photographer during her early career. She also wrote several books, including children's books.