Adult Misty

Played by Christina Ricci

Adult Misty

The Yellowjackets’ former equipment manager, Misty's hidden dark side has led her to a profession where she can fully employ her talents.   

The Yellowjackets’ former equipment manager, Misty's hidden dark side has led her to a profession where she can fully employ her talents.   

Christina Ricci

Christina Ricci is one of Hollywood's most respected young actors whose talent and poise is well beyond her years. Most recently, Christina recently wrapped production on Percy opposite Christopher Walken.  She was most recently seen on the Amazon critically acclaimed series, Z, about the love affair between Zelda and F. Scott Fitzgerald.  Christina optioned the material and put the show together functioning as both Executive Producer and star.    

Some of her more critically acclaimed roles include Black Snake Moan, from director Craig Brewer, Monster starring opposite Academy Award winner Charlize Theron,  The Ice Storm for director Ang Lee and The Opposite of Sex for director Don Roos.  

She was nominated for a Golden Globe Award, an American Comedy Award, and an Independent Spirit Award for Best Actress for her work in The Opposite of Sex, and earned a National Board of Review Best Supporting Actress Award for her combined efforts in The Opposite of Sex, Buffalo 66 and John Water's Pecker. Some of Ricci's other projects include Wes Craven's Cursed, Woody Allen's romantic comedy Anything Else, Sally Potter's The Man Who Cried and a memorable cameo in Terry Gilliam's Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. Additionally, Ricci starred opposite Johnny Depp in Tim Burton's Sleepy Hollow, for which she won the Blockbuster Entertainment Award.  

Ricci's performance at age 7 in a school Christmas play caught the attention of a local theatre critic, who suggested to her parents that she consider an acting career. She made her professional acting debut one year later in Mermaids in the pivotal role of Cher's youngest daughter and Winona Ryder's sister.  As a child actor, Ricci won over audiences and critics alike with her winning portrayal of the strangely adorable Wednesday Addams in The Addams Family. Her performance so delighted the film's creators and movie fans that Ricci was given an expanded role in the sequel, Addams Family Values. She went on to star in the surprise hit of the summer 1995 season Casper. For that Ricci received the prestigious NATO ShowEast Star of the Year Award and the Star of Tomorrow Award from the Motion Picture Booker's Club for her strong performances and the $100 million-plus box office successes of Addams Family and Casper.

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