Following her precocious performances in Interview with the Vampire and Little Women, the dimpled actress starred in the children's adventure film Jumanji alongside Robin Williams.
From her first commercial at the age of 3 (for Kix cereal) to her scene-stealing childhood appearance in Interview with a Vampire to her fan-favorite roles in Bring it On and the Spider-Man flicks, Kirsten Dunst has been solidly in the public eye for 25 years. Yet the quirky blonde is always fresh, perhaps because of her decidedly non-Hollywood aesthetic. "When somebody's too handsome it's not handsome to me," she has told InStyle. "I like people undone more than made up." Case in point, her proudly porcelain skin (no fake-bake here) and her charmingly crooked incisors. "My mom's always like, 'Fix your teeth!' But that's one of the things I like about me. Messed-up teeth are so sexy." Needless to say, we can expect plenty of surprises to come from the On the Road star. As she says, "I like to have fun, but I also speak my mind."