Knowledge Identifier: +Christina_Ricci
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1980.
Countries: United States (74%), United Kingdom (19%), Sweden (2%)
Linked to: Montclair High School, Morristown-Beard School, Professional Children's School, Entertainment Weekly
Eli Lilly and Company - "Prozac Nation" , an autobiographical book by Elizabeth Wurtzel, was turned into a film of the same name in 2001 and starred Christina Ricci
Anthony Horowitz - Horowitz is the writer of a feature film screenplay, "The Gathering", which was released in 2002 and starred Christina Ricci
Brenda Blethyn - In 2002, Blethyn appeared with Christina Ricci in the dark comedy "Pumpkin", a financial disaster
Brian Gilbert (director) - In 2003, he directed "The Gathering", starring Christina Ricci
She supported John Kerry's presidential bid in 2004.
In 2006, Ricci starred in Penelope, a modern fairytale; and in 2008 she played the female lead in the Wachowski brothers' feature film adaptation of Speed Racer.
Kim Richards - In 2006, she appeared in a supporting role as Christina Ricci's estranged mother in "Black Snake Moan"
Grey's Anatomy - Numerous guest actresses have been nominated for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series, including Burton in 2006 and 2007, Christina Ricci in 2006, Reaser in 2007, Diahann Carroll in 2008, and Sharon Lawrence in 2009, but the only actress to have won the award is Devine in 2011, who was nominated again in 2012
Ricci with Emile Hirsch in 2008 at the premiere of Speed Racer.
Black Snake Moan (film) - In April 2008, Christina Ricci commented on the promotional poster for the film, criticizing it as exploitative of women:
The Addams Family (film) - In a 2012 interview, Sonnenfeld stated that he originally intended that it be unclear whether Fester really was an imposter or not, but all the other actors rebelled and chose 10-year-old Christina Ricci to speak on their behalf, who "gave this really impassioned plea that Fester shouldn't be an imposter
Lizzie Borden - In 2014, Lifetime produced "Lizzie Borden Took an Ax", a speculative television film with Christina Ricci portraying Borden, which was followed by "The Lizzie Borden Chronicles", a limited series and sequel to the television film which presents a fictional account of Lizzie's life after the trial
In 2018, Ricci starred opposite John Cusack in the psychological mystery-thriller "Distorted"