April 13, 2017

The best of Christina Ricci

Christina Ricci is pretty well modeling but she is not an Art Model, I don't confuse. But with Emmanuelle Béart, they are the two exceptions to the rule : stars are not models. Not at all. That said and signed, these photographs of Christina Ricci deserves a look. When I saw them, I forgot her celebrity to admire the good work she did with talented photographers.

Born Feb 12, 1980
Santa Monica, California, U.S.
Size : 1m55
Shoe Size: 37 - 6 US
Type of feet : Egyptian

In color :

Some of her craziest public exhibitions (promotions, buzz, exhibitionnism) :

Biography (till 2008) :

Christina Ricci is an actress who has managed to win a lot of respect despite her youth. Her most recent role has been in Penelope, starring and produced by Reese Witherspoon. Her debut on the big screen was at the age of nine in Sirens, as the small daughter of Cher and Winona Ryder's sister. Christina Ricci had the role of a lovable Wednesday Addams in The Addams Family. Her interpretation was so successful that her role was far more important in the sequel, Addams Family Values. Following came the unexpected success in the summer of 1995, Casper, for which she was awarded the NATO ShowEast Star of the Year Award. In 1997 Christina Ricci played her first adult role of woman in The Ice Storm directed by Ang Lee, with Kevin Kline, Sigourney Weaver, Joan Allen and Elijah Wood. Shee then starred in the comedy The opposite sex, which won her the prize for Best Supporting Actress at the Seattle Film Festival and, was nominated for an American Comedy Award and an Independent Spirit Award. She also starred in Buffalo '66 from Vincent Gallo . Her latest films are Cursed from Wes Craven; Anything Else from Woody Allen; The Man Who Cried from Sally Potter; Fear and Loating in Las Vegas from Terry Gilliam; Sleepy Hollow from Tim Burton, which won the Blockbuster prize, and Monster, with Charlize Theron. Christina Ricci was nominated for an Emmy for her role as guest actor in "Grey's Anatomy".

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