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Kirstendunst
Kirsten Dunst
Biographical Information
Born April 30th, 1982
Point Pleasant, New Jersey, United States
Productions Little Women as Young Amy March
Get Over It as Kelly Woods
The Cat's Meow as Marion Davies
Spider-Man 3 as Mary-Jane Watson
Recordings Little Women (film soundtrack)
Get Over It (film soundtrack)
The Cat's Meow (film soundtrack)
Vocal Type Soprano

Kirsten Dunst is an American actress.

BiographyEdit

Born in Point Pleasant, New Jersey, Dunst was a children's fashion model from the age of three and made her film debut aged six. She made a great impact with her performance as Claudia in Interview With a Vampire and appeared in several successful films films as a young actress, including Jumanji, and later The Virgin Suicides.

After first branching out into teenage comedies, Dunst became known worldwide for her role as Mary-Jane Watson in the Spider-Man trilogy, whilst appearing in a wide range of blockbuster and more independent films, from the lead in Marie Antoinette to a principal role in Lars Von Trier's Melancholia.

SingingEdit

Dunst has sung in several of her films, beginning with a group number "For the Beauty of the Earth" in Little Women. Since then, she has performed several solo numbers in films, including in Get Over It, as 20s starlet Marion Davies in The Cat's Meow, and in the final instalment of the Spider-Man trilogy, where she performed "They Say It's Wonderful" and "I'm Thru With Love".

FilmEdit

Little Women (1994)Edit

  • For the Beauty of the Earth

Get Over It (2001)Edit

  • Dream of Me (solo)
  • The Girl Inside (solo)

The Cat's Meow (2001)Edit

  • After You've Gone (solo)

Spider-Man 3 (2007)Edit

  • They Say It's Wonderful (solo)
  • I'm Thru With Love (solo)

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