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Winona Ryder


Winona Ryder was everyone’s favourite in the 90s. She managed to get important roles in some of the most famous movies from the 90s, which absolutely made her one of the most coveted actresses of the time.

She was known for her beautiful look and those cold eyes of hers managed to get the attention of Johnny Depp, whom she dated for many years.

Everyone knows her as Winona Ryder, but her real name is actually Winona Laura Horowitz.

She has worked with many famous directors such as Woody Allen, Francis Ford Coppola, Martin Scorsese, Tim Burton etc. The characters she has played include those of the sweet innocent girl to the fame fatale.

No one can forget the sweet and beautiful girl in “The Age of Innocence” where she played along Daniel Day-Lewis and Michelle Pfeiffer, or the woman who managed to steal the heart of Dracula played by Gary Oldman in Bram Stoker’s Dracula.

But for many years, Winona, was out the public’s eyes. She continued her work as an actress, but her fame started fading away, until Stranger Things happened. The Netflix original series, Stranger Things, became a major hit and lucky for us, Winona is part of the famous series.

But beside her remarkable career we can’t help but admire her style in the 90s even nowadays. For many women she has become a pure inspiration.

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Stranger Things


We have rounded up for you some of her most famous movies.

Beetlejuice by Tim Burton (1988)


Black Swan by Darren Aronofsky (2010)


Celebrity by Woody Allen (1998)


Dracula by Francis Ford Coppola (1992)


Edward Scissorshands by Tim Burton (1990)


Little Women by Gillian Armstrong (1994)


Mermaids by Richard Benjamin (1990)


The Age of Innocence by Martin Scorsese (1993)


The Crucible by Nicholas Hytner (1996)


Autumn in New York by Joan Chen (2000)


Girl, Interrupted by James Mangold (1999)


Heathers by Michael Lehmann (1988)

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