Kirsten DUNST

Birth name: Kirsten Caroline Dunst
Date of birth: 1982-04-30
Hometown: Point Pleasant, New Jersey, USA
Chronology:
(1982-04-30) Born Kirsten Caroline Dunst in America, to German father Klaus Dunst and Swedish mother Inez Dunst.
(1986) Brother Christian Dunst born.
(1995) Voted one of the "50 Most Beautiful People of 1995" by 'People' magazine.
(2000) Graduated from Notre Dame High School, Los Angeles.
(2002) Voted one of the "25 Hottest Stars under 25" by 'Teen People Magazine'.
(2002) Voted one of the "50 Most Beautiful People of 2002" by 'People' magazine.
(2002-09) Voted the "2nd Sexiest Female Movie Star" in the Australian 'Empire Magazine'
Height: 168 cm
Favorites:
Actor: Ricky Gervais
Anime: Sailor Moon
Movies: Annie Hall & Edward Scissorhands
Store: Blue Bag
TV show: Da Ali G Show, The Office, Curb Your Enthusiasm, & Friends
Hobbies:
Tap dancing lessons
Non-anime roles:
Alice/Gerda in "Stories from My Childhood" (TV series, 1998)
Amber Atkins in "Drop Dead Gorgeous" (Movie, 1999)
Anna in "Tower of Terror" (TV, 1997)
Becky Thatcher in "The Animated Adventures of Tom Sawyer" (OAV, 1998)
Betsy Jobs in "Dick" (Movie, 1999)
Betty Warren in "Mona Lisa Smile" (Movie, 2003)
Bonnie in "True Heart" (Movie, 1997)
Campbell McCoy in "The Bonfire of the Vanities" (Movie, 1990)
Charlene 'Charlie' Chiemingo in "ER" (TV series, 1994)
Christy Fimple in "Small Soldiers" (Movie, 1998)
Claudia in "Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles" (Movie, 1994)
Erin Randall in "The Crow: Salvation" (Movie, 2000)
Girl on Subway in "Savage Garden: Superstars and Cannonballs: Live and on Tour in Australia" (OAV, 2000, uncredited)
Hannah Stern in "The Devil's Arithmetic" (TV, 1999)
Jolene in "Greedy" (Movie, 1994)
Judy Shepherd in "Jumanji" (Movie, 1995)
Kelly Woods in "Get Over It" (Movie, 2001)
Lidda Doyles in "Luckytown" (Movie, 2000)
Lisa's Daughter in "New York Stories" (Movie, 1989, uncredited)
Lizzie Bradbury in "Wimbledon" (Movie, 2004)
Lux Lisbon in "The Virgin Suicides" (Movie, 1999)
Marie-Antoinette in "Marie-Antoinette" (drama, 2006)
Marion Davies in "The Cat's Meow" (Movie, 2001)
Mary in "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" (Movie, 2004)
Mary Jane Watson in "Spider-Man 2" (Movie, 2004)
Mary Jane Watson in "Spider-Man 2" (VG, 2004)
Mary Jane Watson in "Spider-Man 3" (comic book movie, 2007)
Mary Jane Watson in "Spider-Man" (Movie, 2002)
Nicole Oakley in "Crazy/Beautiful" (Movie, 2001)
Sandra Guard in "Darkness Before Dawn" (TV, 1993)
Sara Weaver in "The Siege at Ruby Ridge" (TV, 1996)
Silly in "Deeply" (Movie, 2000)
Sofia Mellinger in "Levity" (Movie, 2003)
The Akihabara Princess in "Akihabara Majokko Princess" (music video, 2010)
Tina Spangler in "Fifteen and Pregnant" (TV, 1998)
Torrance Shipman in "Bring It On" (Movie, 2000)
Tracy Lime in "Wag the Dog" (Movie, 1997)
Verena von Stefan in "Strike!" (Movie, 1998)
Young Anastasia in "Anastasia" (Movie, 1997)
Young Girl in "High Strung" (Movie, 1994)
Young Resi Noth in "Mother Night" (Movie, 1996)
Younger Amy March in "Little Women" (Movie, 1994)
Zinaida in "All Forgotten" (Movie, 2000)
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Cast in:
(English version)
Kiki's Delivery Service (movie) as Kiki
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