Kirsten Dunst Profile
Name: Kirsten Caroline Dunst
Birth date: April 30, 1982
Birth place: Point Pleasant, New Jersey
Family members: Parents (separated) and younger brother
Education: Notre Dame High School, Sherman Oaks, LA
Kirsten Dunst Biography
Daughter of a German and Norwegian descent, Kirsten started as a fashion model for TV commercials since she was 3. It’s said that she appeared in over 70 commercials over the years.
Kirsten Dunst made her movie debut in 1989 with “New York Stories,” and starred in some short appearances for movies and TV dramas.
Kirsten’s breakthrough came in 1994 with “Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles,” starring alongside the likes of Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt.
Kirsten Dunst continued to make film with “Little Women” (1994), “Jumanji” (1995) and “Small Soldiers” (1998) etc. Kirsten is one of the very few child stars that successfully make the transition into an A-list celebrity.
Kirsten’s adult breakthrough came in 2002, starring as Mary Jane Watson in the blockbuster movie “Spiderman.” She also starred in “Spiderman 2” (2004) and “Spiderman 3” (2007*).
Other noticeable movies that Kirsten starred in include “Mona Lisa Smile” (2003), “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” (2004) and “Marie Antoinette” (2006).
Why I like Kirsten Dunst
I noticed Kirsten Dunst since Interview with the Vampire; and then in Jumanji and Little Soldiers. I always thought that she’s a cute and talented teenage actress.
Spiderman was probably the major transition for her as she grown into adulthood as a beautiful woman. I don’t think she’s stunningly beautiful though; she looks good in some angles but not always.
Kirsten Dunst attracts me with her acting mostly. I love Mona Lisa Smile, I think it’s a great movie and Kirsten did very well in it. She got potential, I believe in times to come Kirsten will be one of the most influential Hollywood actresses.
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