Winona Ryder

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Winona Ryder
Born Winona Laura Horowitz
October 29, 1971 (1971-10-29) (age 43)
Olmsted County, Minnesota, U.S.
Nationality American
Ethnicity White
Occupation Actress, film producer
Years active 1986 – present
Parents Michael Horowitz
Cynthia Palmer (née Istas)
Awards 'KCFCC Award for Best Actress
1994
Little Women
NBR Award for Best Supporting Actress
1990
Mermaids
1993
The Age of Innocence
SEFCA Award for Best Supporting Actress
1993
The Age of Innocence
Walk of Fame - Motion Picture
7018 Hollywood Blvd

Winona Laura Horowitz[1] (born October 29, 1971), better known under her professional name Winona Ryder, is an American actress. She started her career in 1986. Although Ryder made her screen debut in Lucas (1986), her first big role came in 1988 with Beetlejuice as Lydia Deetz, a Goth teenager. In 2000, Ryder received a star on the Walk of Fame in Hollywood, California.[2]

Ryder also received worldwide attention after her arrest on December 12, 2001 for shoplifting clothes from a Saks Fifth Avenue store, after cutting off the security tags, in Beverly Hills, California. On 6 November 2002, she was convicted of grand theft and vandalism; she was cleared of burglary.[3]

Filmography[change | change source]

Year Film Role Director Notes
1986 Lucas Rina David Seltzer
1987 Square Dance Gemma Dillard Daniel Petrie
1988 Beetlejuice Lydia Deetz Tim Burton
1969 Beth Karr Ernest Thompson
1989 Heathers Veronica Sawyer Michael Lehmann
Great Balls of Fire! Myra Gale Lewis Jim McBride
1990 Welcome Home, Roxy Carmichael Dinky Bossetti Jim Abrahams
Edward Scissorhands Kim Boggs Tim Burton
Mermaids Charlotte Flax Richard Benjamin
1991 Night on Earth Corky Jim Jarmusch
1992 Bram Stoker's Dracula Wilhelmina "Mina" Murray/Elisabeta Francis Ford Coppola
1993 The Age of Innocence May Welland Martin Scorsese Nominated: Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress
The House of the Spirits Blanca Trueba Bille August
1994 Reality Bites Lelaina Pierce Ben Stiller
Little Women Josephine "Jo" March Gillian Armstrong Nominated: Academy Award for Best Actress
1995 How to Make an American Quilt Finn Dodd Jocelyn Moorhouse
1996 Boys Patty Vare Stacy Cochran
Looking for Richard Lady Anne Al Pacino Documentary film
The Crucible Abigail Williams Nicholas Hytner
1997 Alien Resurrection Annalee Call Jean-Pierre Jeunet
1998 Celebrity Nola Woody Allen
1999 Girl, Interrupted Susanna Kaysen James Mangold Also executive producer
2000 Autumn in New York Charlotte Fielding Joan Chen
Lost Souls Maya Larkin Janusz Kamiński
2001 Zoolander Herself Ben Stiller Uncredited cameo
2002 Mr. Deeds Babe Bennett/Pam Dawson Steven Brill
S1m0ne Nicola Anders Andrew Niccol
2003 The Day My God Died Narrator Andrew Levine Voice, producer, documentary film
2004 The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things Psychologist Asia Argento Uncredited
2006 The Darwin Awards Siri Finn Taylor
A Scanner Darkly Donna Hawthorne Richard Linklater
2007 The Ten Kelly LaFonda David Wain
Sex and Death 101 Gillian De Raisx Daniel Waters
Welcome Cynthia Kirsten Dunst
2008 Water Pills Carrie Blake Soper Short film
The Last Word Charlotte Morris Geoffrey Haley
2009 The Informers Cheryl Laine Gregor Jordan
The Private Lives of Pippa Lee Sandra Rebecca Miller
Star Trek Amanda Grayson J. J. Abrams completed
Stay Cool Scarlet Smith Michael Polish post-production

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