Winona Ryder achieved huge success in the 90s. Making her debut in the mid-80s with the film ‘Lucas,’ she tasted success early, and her appearance in Tim Burton’s ‘Beetlejuice’ brought her a widespread recognition. Her acting skills were appreciated, and she was offered some great movies such as ‘Heathers,’ which later became a cult film; and ‘Edward Scissorhands,’ another Tim Burton film. This success established her as a superstar and she appeared in notable films, such as ‘Reality Bites,’ ‘Alien Resurrection,’ ‘Bram Stoker’s Dracula,’ ‘The Age of Innocence,’ ‘Celebrity,’ and ‘Girl, Interrupted’.
She has worked with some of the best directors in the business and these were
some of the best roles of her career. Although the quality of roles declined at the turn of the century, but she got some meaty roles in notable films, such as ‘Star Trek,’ ‘Mr. Deeds,’ ‘Black Swann,’ and ‘Frankenweenie.’
Some of the unsuccessful films of her career are ‘Simone,’ ‘The Dilemma,’ and ‘Homefront.’
Winona Ryder Awards
|The Age of Innocence||Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture||1994|