The interesting and captivating story of the Addams Family has been published in The New Worker magazine.
The talented artist Charles Addams had created a series of comics since 1938 that had become extremely popular among Americans.
Let’s explore what happened to the actress Christina Ricci, who became famous for her portrayal of the gloomy gothic girl, Wednesday Addams.
Regardless of her subsequent roles, for many people, the actress with distinctive eyes remains the intelligent goth Addams.
Christina was only eleven years old when the movie was released.
Although it wasn’t her first film, it certainly became one of the most successful adaptations of the original comic, propelling her career to the next level.
Her debut as an actress was in “Mermaids,” alongside Cher and Winona Ryder.
She was then chosen for the role of Wednesday Addams, and her brilliant portrayal made her very popular, cementing her in such roles for many years.
Roles of eccentric teenagers became increasingly frequent. Christina Ricci became an icon for teenagers in the 2000s.
Her career took off rapidly, with her most successful films being “Sleepy Hollow” and “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas,” in which she starred twice alongside the famous actor Johnny Depp.
These days, the artist dedicates a lot of time to her family and participates in various web projects in the drama and thriller genres.
Christina Ricci is now 42 years old and is the mother of two children. At the end of last year, she gave birth to her daughter, Cleopatra Ricci Hampton. Her husband is the designer Mark Hampton.
The star’s eldest son, Freddie, who is eight years old, comes from her first marriage to the film crew technician James Hirdegen.