Winona Ryder Turns 44 Today! See the Actress's Changing Looks Through the Years

Winona Ryder Turns 44 Today! See the Actress's Changing Looks Through the Years
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She's brunette, beautiful, and the same actress who starred in Tim Burton's Beetlejuice in 1988. You guessed it! Of course, we are talking about the lovely Winona Ryder, who turns 44 today. Based on her incredibly youthful looks, we can only guess that the actress must have a pretty impressive beauty routine, considering we haven't seen her age a bit since her days shouting "Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice!"

Speaking of the original Beetlejuice film, the actress, who has starred in a steady stream of films over the years, has confirmed that her newest project is a sequel to the comedic fantasy film. Although the original movie is now 27 years old, Ryder said that the time gap hasn't stopped younger generations from catching on to the Beetlejuice craze.

Since starring in Beetlejuice, the actress has had no trouble cementing her spot among Hollywood's finest. She's starred in many of our favorite films, including another Tim Burton movie, Edward Scissorhands (1990). Then, in 1993, Ryder won a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress and an Academy Award nomination in the same category for her role in The Age of Innocence.

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This year has been equally busy for the actress, who, in addition to announcing the Beetlejuice sequel, was also crowned as one of the coveted faces for Marc Jacobs's fall 2015 campaign (below). And, based on the birthday girl's track record of acting success, we're guessing Ryder's just getting started in 2015. In honor of her birthday, take a look at Winona Ryder's changing looks through the years.

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