Spiderman's Girl - Kirsten Dunst

Kirsten Dunst was born on 30 April 1982 in Point Pleasant, NJ, USA. Kirsten Dunst had over 50 television and film appearances under her belt by the time she was 25 years old. The girl-next-door with the proudly crooked smile was unique among her generation of young actresses, due to her ability to carry a fun romp like "Spider-Man" (2002) and promptly about-face and wow critics with art house fare like "The Virgin Suicides" (1999) and "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" (2004). Audiences had seen few actresses not only survive the transition from child actor to teen to adult actor, but even less who moved so easily between genres and pleased such a wide range of theatergoers.
Following a well-acted supporting turn in the critical hit, "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" (2004), Dunst reprised her role as Mary Jane Watson - now a successful, engaged actress still pining for Peter Parker - in the highly anticipated sequel "Spider-Man 2" (2004). A starring role in the lukewarm romantic tennis comedy "Wimbledon" (2004) went virtually under the radar, and 2005's Cameron Crowe rom-com "Elizabethtown" was a critical flop, but her second outing as Sophia Coppola's leading lady in "Marie Antoinette" (2006) was daring, controversial, and talked-about, even if not always in a positive light. Again, the evolving actress proved that she was willing to take creative chances as much as she loved having fun in crowd-pleasing romps, giving her a significant advantage over her peers. Leading up to the release of the third installment of "Spider-Man" (2007), Dunst announced that she was taking a break from her steady film schedule to pursue her interest in art.