Scott Fitzgerald were both regarded as rebels — though it could be argued that Zelda was the more subversive of the two.
Unconcerned with respectability and bourgeois rituals, she was a well-bred, witty woman who enjoyed shocking New York social circles just after her husband hit it big with his first novel, “This Side of Paradise.”But the former Zelda Sayre began exhibiting her rule-breaking ways much earlier, in the stringent environment of Montgomery, Alabama, where a lady who went out without donning thick stockings was considered scandalous.
Actress Christina Ricci was born on February 12, 1980, in Santa Monica, California.
The youngest of four children of a lawyer father and realtor mother, Ricci attended Glenfield Middle School in Montclair, New Jersey, before enrolling at the Professional Children's School in New York City.
After starring in a slew of ‘90s coming-of-age classics including Casper, Now and Then and Little Giants, the towheaded teen idol ran far away from his cookie-cutter persona. It’s cute.""Unfortunately, we didn’t really stay in touch over the years.
"I rebelled against a lot of stuff as a young actor," Sawa tells Us. I’m very shy about stuff like that, so I don’t think I could have ever mustered up the courage to use that as a pickup line. I’m sure if we ran into each other again it would be cool, but I don’t know what he’s doing nowadays. He’s a good guy, though." [Note: Thomas last appeared as a guest star on "I don’t want to think about my daughter after the age of 12, but hopefully she chooses a good celebrity crush — like the Hanson brothers.
Well before her headline-making behavior in 1920 New York, where the Fitzgeralds were established as the city’s most glittering Bright Young Things, Zelda’s intimates knew she had the soul of an iconoclastic artist: She was a sharp writer herself, and an astute observer of the radically changing world around her.
She deserves a TV show about her life, but this one starts off slowly and only intermittently gains momentum and heft.
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Born in Santa Monica, California in 1980 and raised on the East Coast, Christina was instantly encouraged to make her way back to Hollywood after a film critic saw the young actress in an elementary school play.
She was shortly cast as Cher’s daughter and Winona Ryder’s little sister in the 1990 film “Mermaids.” Christina followed up her performance in the highly praised film with a number of roles in family pictures like “The Addams Family,” “Casper” and “Now and Then” before heading to the Professional Children’s School alongside Macaulay Culkin to sharpen her acting skills.
It wasn’t until she appeared in Ang Lee’s “The Ice Storm” that she made her jump to maturity, but the still-young Christina quickly discovered that a fan base had developed around the adolescent sex symbols she was beginning to become known for.
Christina has since become a seasoned veteran of the independent film scene and has commonly turned down starring roles in box-office hits in place of playing these such characters in smaller festival features. The rebellious actress has also lost out on a number of roles (from “Interview with a Vampire” to “Titanic” to “Romeo and Juliet”) because of her unique look and alternative style, but Christina’s road to success isn’t short by any means.
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Ricci is known for her roles in hits such as Black Snake Moan, Monster, and The Lizzie Borden Chronicles.
She has enjoyed the pursuit of some projects that most actresses feel they don’t have the time for in the frenzied business of commercial film, and there’s no telling when she will peak as one of Hollywood’s more promising young actresses.
As long as she continues to select her scripts with the same caution as before though, there’s no doubt in our minds that Christina will become one of the most sought after actresses in the business with the potential of a Meryl Streep.
But given how intense Zelda’s emotions could be — and given how cataclysmic her relationship with her husband often was — it’s disappointing to find that, in the main, the series doesn’t offer much in the way of poetic precision or yearning atmosphere.
The best word to describe “Z” is prosaic: It hits all the biographical notes that most former English majors will dimly recall, without adding many additional layers of insight.