Christina Ricci is an actress from the United States with an estimated net worth of $8 million dollars. She made her cinematic debut as a child actor in the 1990’s “Mermaids,” and went on to appear as a teenager in movies including “The Addams Family,” “Casper,” and “Now and Then.” Later in her career, Ricci starred in movies such as “Buffalo ’66,” “The Opposite of Sex,” “Monster,” and “Black Snake Moan,” as well as on television shows such as “Ally McBeal” and “Grey’s Anatomy.”
With her performance as a sexually curious young adult in Ang Lee’s critically praised “The Ice Storm,” Ricci made the shift to more mature roles following the 1997 Disney adaptation of “That Darn Cat.” Ricci’s transformation continued in 1998 when she featured in seven movies. “Desert Blue,” “I Woke Up Early The Day I Died,” and Terry Gilliam’s “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas,” starring Johnny Depp, were among them. Ricci has starred in the indie films “Buffalo ’66,” “Pecker,” and “The Opposite of Sex,” all of which received critical praise. She was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress for the latter.
In 1999, Ricci reteamed with Johnny Depp for Tim Burton’s horror picture “Sleepy Hollow,” which was both critically and commercially successful. She also starred in the comedy “200 Cigarettes” and hosted “Saturday Night Live” that year. “Bless the Child,” “The Man Who Cried,” and “Prozac Nation,” which Ricci also produced, are among his other credits from this time period. In 2002, Ricci featured in “The Laramie Project,” a made-for-television drama, and “Miranda,” a British comedy, as well as producing and starring in “Pumpkin,” a black comedy.
Ricci began dating actor Owen Benjamin after meeting here on the production of the film “All’s Faire in Love” in 2008. The next year, they became engaged, although the engagement was short-lived. Ricci married James Heerdegen in 2013, after meeting him whilst also working on “Pan Am.” Freddie, their son, is their only child. Ricci filed for divorce in 2020 after receiving an emergency protection order. She received a restraining order against Heerdegen in 2021.
Christina purchased a property in the Los Feliz district of Los Angeles for $1.505 million in 2005. In 2014, she put this house on the market for $1.65 million. In November 2014, she received $1.4 million for the home. She spent $2 million for a two-unit townhouse in Brooklyn, New York, in April 2015.