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christina ricci

Birth Name
Christina Ricci
Date of birth (location)
12 February 1980
Santa Monica, California, USA


From the beginning of her career as a precocious child actress, Christina Ricci proved a mesmerizing screen presence. The movie camera loved her heart-shaped face, which was framed by dark hair and dominated by wide, expressive eyes and small, pouty mouth. Ricci excelled at playing solemn children, beginning with her turn as the youngest of Cher's two daughters in the uneven drama "Mermaids" (1990). When Barry Sonnenfeld cast the young thespian as the drolly mischievous Wednesday in "The Addams Family" (1991), her star status was firmed. Delivering her lines with deliciously deadpan timing, Ricci stole the picture from her more seasoned co-stars (Anjelica Huston and Raul Julia, included). Her interpretation of the unfeeling imp was so popular that the sequel "Addams Family Values" (1993) was virtually built around her character and she excelled, particularly in an extended sequence set in a summer-camp filled with preternaturally peppy pre-teens.

Born in California but raised in Montclair, New Jersey, Ricci is the youngest of four. Reading from the age of three, she found schoolwork unchallenging and had it not been for acting, she may have embarked on a career as a juvenile delinquent. Instead, she was "discovered" in a school Christmas pageant by a local drama critic (whose son, ironically, had originally been cast in the role Ricci played; she provoked the boy into hitting her and as his punishment was replaced by Ricci). The critic suggested an agent to Ricci's mother and it wasn't long before the youngster was appearing in TV commercials. By the time she reached her teens, she was already a screen veteran.

In 1995, the actress got to play relatively "normal" characters in "Casper" and "Now and Then". After suffering through the unnecessary remake of Disney's "That Darn Cat" (1997), Ricci fulfilled her early promise and graduated to more adult fare as the troubled and sexually precocious daughter of Kevin Kline and Joan Allen in Ang Lee's superior mood piece "The Ice Storm" (both 1997). Her slightly predatory teen vamp was one of the film's strongest characterizations and set the stage for the actress to undertake more challenging material.

In Don Roos' "The Opposite of Sex" (1998), Ricci had one of the best roles of her career, playing the film's narrator, a pregnant teen with tons of attitude. As Richard Corliss put it in Time (June 15, 1998): "Think of all the black widows and blond minxes from old film noir, give them the mouth of a Quentin Tarantino tough, and you have Dedee--not only in your face but down your throat." Wreaking havoc wherever she goes, Ricci's Dedee could easily have been an unsympathetic and nasty character, but the actress managed to convey the little girl beneath the surface chicanery and acerbic wit. It set a new standard in her work but not one the busy actress could not emulate.

Once graduated from high school, Ricci seemingly worked non-stop, often in small but pivotal roles and always bringing the right tone and texture to them. In 1998 alone, she was a tap dancing kidnap victim forced to pretend to be her abductor's wife in Vincent Gallo's semi-autobiographical "Buffalo 66", played a Barbra Streisand-obsessed artist who meets up with a gonzo journalist in "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" and the laundromat owner-girlfriend of a photographer who finds instant fame in John Waters' gently subversive comedy "Pecker". Continuing her streak, she filmed roles in several ensemble features, including Doug Liman's "Go", "I Woke Up Early the Day I Died", from an unproduced script by Edward Wood Jr., and "200 Cigarettes". Like a handful of others before, Ricci clearly made the transition from child performer to adult actor; with her natural talent, there seems little she can't do.

In 1999, Ricci appeared opposite Johnny Depp in Tim Burton's haunting rendition of "Sleepy Hollow." Her blond hair in the film was the first step Ricci took towards a new look. While she reverted back to her black hair, the once pleasantly voluptuous Ricci slimmed down to the typical Hollywood waif-like body soon after her "Sleepy Hollow" role. Ricci would later admit that she had struggled with anorexia in the past.

In 2001, Ricci took on her first project as a producer with "Prozac Nation." Ricci also starred in the film, based on the book by Elizabeth Wurtzel, as a troubled young woman trying to deal with her depression and chemical addictions. The film premiered at the Toronto film festival and expected to be released in theaters in 2003. In 2002, Ricci again produced and starred in the film "Pumpkin," a witty satire about a sorority girl who falls for a disabled man.

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