Christina Ricci

Actor, Producer, Director
A child star who managed that rare successful transition to onscreen adulthood, actress Christina Ricci's early career was aided in no small part by the fact that her roles did not depend on dimpled cuteness, but on an ... Read more »
Born: 02/12/1980 in Santa Monica, California, USA


Actor (67)

The Lizzie Borden Chronicles 2014 - 2015 (TV Show)


Around the Block 2014 (Movie)

Dino Chalmers (Actor)

Jimmy Kimmel Live 2005, 2012, 2014 (Tv Show)


Lizzie Borden Took An Ax 2013 - 2014 (TV Show)


The Hero of Color City 2014 (Movie)

Yellow Crayon (Voice)

War Flowers 2014 (Movie)


The Smurfs 2 2013 (Movie)

Vexi (Voice)

Bel Ami 2012 (Movie)

Clotilde de Marelle (Actor)

Pan Am 2011 - 2012 (TV Show)


All's Faire in Love 2011 (Movie)

Kate (Actor)

Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star 2011 (Movie)

Kathy McGee (Actor)

After.Life 2010 (Movie)

Anna Taylor (Actor)

Alpha and Omega 2010 (Movie)

Lilly (Voice)

Scream 2009 2009 - 2010 (TV Show)


The Graham Norton Show 2009 - 2010 (Tv Show)


New York, I Love You 2009 (Movie)

Camille (Actor)

Penelope 2008 (Movie)

Penelope Wilhern (Actor)

Speed Racer 2008 (Movie)

Trixie (Actor)

Black Snake Moan 2007 (Movie)

Rae (Actor)

The 2007 Film Independent's Spirit Awards 2006 - 2007 (TV Show)


Home of the Brave 2006 (Movie)

Sarah Schivino (Actor)

The 2006 Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards 2005 - 2006 (TV Show)


Cursed 2005 (Movie)

Elle Hudson (Actor)

I Love Your Work 2005 (Movie)

Shana (Actor)

Prozac Nation 2004 - 2005 (TV Show)


The 61st Annual Golden Globe Awards 2003 - 2004 (TV Show)


Anything Else 2003 (Movie)

Amanda (Actor)

Monster 2003 (Movie)

Selby Wall (Actor)

The Gathering 2003 (Movie)

Cassie Grant (Actor)

Pumpkin 2002 (Movie)

Carolyn McDuffy (Actor)

The 2001 MTV Europe Music Awards 2001 - 2002 (TV Show)


All Over the Guy 2001 (Movie)

Rayna (Actor)

Miranda 2001 (Movie)

Miranda (Actor)

The 2001 MTV Movie Awards 2000 - 2001 (TV Show)


The Man Who Cried 2001 (Movie)

Suzie (Actor)

6th Annual Blockbuster Entertainment Awards 1999 - 2000 (TV Show)


Bless the Child 2000 (Movie)

Cheri (Actor)

The Untitled Jay Lacopo Project 1999 - 2000 (TV Show)


200 Cigarettes 1999 (Movie)

Val (Actor)

Desert Blue 1999 (Movie)

Ely (Actor)

I Woke Up Early the Day I Died 1999 (Movie)

Teenage Hooker (Actor)

Sleepy Hollow 1999 (Movie)

Katrina Van Tassel (Actor)

The 71st Annual Academy Awards Presentation 1998 - 1999 (TV Show)


Buffalo '66 1998 (Movie)

Layla (Actor)

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas 1998 (Movie)

Lucy (Actor)

Last of the High Kings 1998 (Movie)

Erin (Actor)

No Vacancy 1998 (Movie)


Pecker 1998 (Movie)

Shelley (Actor)

Small Soldiers 1998 (Movie)

of Gwendy Doll (Voice)

The 1998 MTV Movie Awards 1997 - 1998 (TV Show)


The Opposite of Sex 1998 (Movie)

Dedee Truitt (Actor)

Little Red Riding Hood 1997 (Movie)

Little Red Riding Hood (Actor)

Souvenir 1997 (Movie)

of Young Orlando (Voice)

That Darn Cat 1997 (Movie)

Patti (Actor)

The Ice Storm 1997 (Movie)

Wendy Hood (Actor)

The Simpsons 1996 (Tv Show)


Casper 1995 (Movie)

Kat Harvey (Actor)

Gold Diggers: The Secret of Bear Mountain 1995 (Movie)

Beth Easton (Actor)

Now and Then 1995 (Movie)

Young Roberta (Actor)

Addams Family Values 1993 (Movie)

Wednesday Addams (Actor)

The Cemetery Club 1993 (Movie)

Jessica (Actor)

The Addams Family 1991 (Movie)

Wednesday Addams (Actor)

The Hard Way 1991 (Movie)

Bonnie (Actor)

Mermaids 1990 (Movie)

Kate Flax (Actor)

Bastard Out of Carolina (TV Show)


The Laramie Project (TV Show)

Producer (1)

Pumpkin 2002 (Movie)



A child star who managed that rare successful transition to onscreen adulthood, actress Christina Ricci's early career was aided in no small part by the fact that her roles did not depend on dimpled cuteness, but on an unnerving maturity that suggested a keen intelligence beyond that of her adult co-stars. Ricci spent her teens as a gloomy, precocious lead in several successful comedies and melodramas such as "Mermaids" (1990), "The Addams Family" (1991) and "Now and Then" (1995). Still in her teens, she exploited both her maturity and burgeoning sexuality in more artful projects that included "The Ice Storm" (1997), "The Opposite of Sex" (1998) and "Buffalo '66" (1998). Despite the growing respect she received from her peers, the narrow confines of Hollywood proved problematic for Ricci, whose later projects varied from little seen indie films like "Prozac Nation" (2001), to well-acted visceral dramas like "Monster" (2003), to such commercial pabulum as "Cursed" (2005). Later decade work included the sexually-charged potboiler "Black Snake Moan" (2006), opposite Samuel L. Jackson, and "Speed Racer" (2008), a visual spectacular directed by the Wachowski Brothers. Eventually settling into a comfortable mix of small personal projects, big budget fare and more frequent television work, Ricci maintained a consistent presence as one of film's more interesting and accomplished young actresses.


Owen Benjamin Actor

Met while filming "All's Faire in Love" (2009) Announced engagement March 2009 Ended engagement June 2009

Curtis Buchanan

Reportedly dating as of August 2009 No longer together

Matthew Frauman Actor

Previously dated No longer together

Adam Goldberg Actor

Began dating January 2003 Split January 2006 Back together as of August 2006 No longer together as of 2007

Kick Gurry Actor

Met 2007 on set of "Speed Racer" (2008) No longer together

James Heerdegen Dolly Grip

Met on set of ABC's "Pan Am" Reportedly engaged October 2012; Ricci confirmed engagement Feb. 1, 2013 Married in New York City on October 26, 2013.

James Oliver

Dated 2001 No longer together

Ralph Ricci

Divorced Ricci's mother 1995

Sarah Ricci

Divorced Ricci's father 1995

Dante Ricci

Born c. 1974

Rafael Ricci

Born c. 1971

Pia Ricci

Born c. 1976


Edgemont Elementary School

Montclair , New Jersey

Professional Children's School

New York , New York

Montclair High School

Montclair , New Jersey

Glenfield Middle School

Montclair , New Jersey



Played society matron Clotilde in the Parisian-set period drama "Bel Ami," based on the novel by Guy de Maupassant


Landed a starring role on ABC's 1960s-era drama "Pan Am" as the rebellious Pan Am senior flight attendant Maggie


Co-starred with Nick Swardson in the comedy feature "Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star"


Made her Broadway debut in Donald Margulies' "Time Stands Still" (September 23)


Voiced the character of Lilly in the animated feature "Alpha and Omega"


Cast as Trixie, the female lead in the Wachowski brothers' live action film adaptation of the 1960s Japanese series "Speed Racer"


Starred in "Penelope" as a cursed woman; film was produced by and co-starred Reese Witherspoon (lensed 2006)


Portrayed a young woman addicted to sex who is kidnaped by Samuel L. Jackson in "Black Snake Moan"


Cast in Irwin Winkler's "Home of the Brave" about the lives of four American soldiers in Iraq and their return back to the US


Earned an Emmy nomination for Best Guest Actress in a Drama Series for "Grey's Anatomy"


Starred in the Wes Craven werewolf movie "Cursed"


Guest-starred on "Joey" (NBC), playing Joey's (Matt LeBlanc) sister Mary Teresa


Played the lesbian lover of Charlize Theron's character in "Monster"


Had lead in Woody Allen's "Anything Else"


Made feature directorial debut "Speed Queen"; also starred


Cast in the HBO feature ensemble "The Laramie Project," adapted from Moises Kaufman's stage drama about the aftermath of the murder of Matthew Shepard


Starred and produced "Pumpkin"; film was shown at the Sundance Film Festival


Had title role in the Sundance-screened "Miranda"


Co-produced and starred in the film adaptation of "Prozac Nation"


Reteamed with Depp for "The Man Who Cried"; premiered at the Venice Film Festival (released in US in 2001)


Co-starred opposite Johnny Depp in Tim Burton's "Sleepy Hollow"


Played a kidnap victim who pretends to be her abductor's wife in Vincent Gallo's "Buffalo 66"


Landed a supporting role as the laundry-obsessed girlfriend of a photographer in John Waters' "Pecker"


Earned rave reviews as a pregnant teenager who wreaks havoc in the comedy-drama "The Opposite of Sex"


Played a troubled suburban teenager in "The Ice Storm"


Made cameo appearance in Anjelica Huston's "Bastard Out of Carolina" (aired on Showtime)


Starred as a relatively 'normal' kid in "Casper"


Reprised role of Wednesday in "Addams Family Values"


Cast in breakthrough screen role as Wednesday Addams in "The Addams Family"


Made her feature acting debut as Cher's youngest daughter in "Mermaids"

Formed her production company Blaspheme Films

Did voice-overs and appeared in TV commercials

Raised in Montclair, NJ

Bonus Trivia


Ricci was discovered at age eight in school play, "The Twelve Days of Christmas" by the drama critic for the Bergen Record who gave the family the telephone number of an agent; the critic's son had originally been cast in the role but Ricci got the boy to hit her and tattled on him, receiving the part as part of his punishment.


The world is just a really scary place. People scare the sh*t out of me." – Ricci to Esquire magazine, March 2007


According to Emmy magazine (Issue No. 7, 2011), Ricci was the only lead actress on ABC's "Pan Am" cast on an offer-only basis (i.e, sans audition).