Christina Ricci


Christina Ricci was born on February 12, 1980 in a suburb of Los Angeles - Santa Monica. Christina was the youngest of four children in a family lawyer Ralph Ricci and realtor Sarah Murdoch. The family soon moved to New Jersey, and when Christina was 13 years old, her parents divorced.

Christina Ricci starred in over 75 films. She made her debut on the big screen at the age of nine in the film "Mermaid", where she played Cher, Bob Hoskins, and Winona Ryder. The film was very popular, and in 1991, Christina was invited to the role of Vensdi Addams in the comedy "The Addams Family" This role made Ricci one of the most popular actresses of adolescent, and two years later she played in the continuation of the commercial success of the film - the film "Values ​​of the Addams family".

First adult acting work Christina Ricci has become a role in Ang Lee's "The Ice Storm". Among the most notable works of the actress can be distinguished biographical role of writer Elizabeth Vurtsel in the film "Nation Prozac," work "of the opposite sex", as well as her work with Johnny Depp - in the mystical tape of Tim Burton's "Sleepy Hollow" in the movie "Fear and Loathing Las Vegas "and" The Man Who Cried".

In 2007 came the comedy "Penelope" where Ricci starred opposite Reese Witherspoon and Jace McAvoy and psychological drama "Black Snake Moan" with Samuel L. Jackson. In addition, Ricci took part in a project called "White Rose", performing the role of the legendary German anti-war activist Sophie Scholl.

In 2008 came the film "Speed ​​Racer," in the same year, Christina appeared in the two-minute promotional film for the brand Donna Karan. In 2009 came the films "The love of all good" and "Life beyond". In 2010 - "Hero of the color of the city" and "Born to be a star".

In 2011, Christina can be seen starring in the film "Bel Ami" with Robert Pattinson.

The actress is close friends with Johnny Depp. In November 2008, Christina began dating comedian Owen Benjamin, young people even announced their engagement, but soon parted.



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