Welcome to 'The Numbers', where we bring you the essential statistics and fundamental facts and figures of your favorite films and stars. As a former child star, Christina Ricci's most impressive box office numbers came when she was just a kid. Aged just 11 years old, Ricci's appearance as Wednesday in 'The Addams Family' helped make the movie over 191 Million Dollars across the globe. But the biggest film of her career came when she was 14, the spooky family film 'Casper' which raked in over 282 million worldwide. She got nowhere near these kind of numbers again with the exception of 1999's 'Sleepy Hollow' which brought in 207 million. These days Ricci's career consists mainly of cameos, art house movies and low budget productions, with one high profile part opposite Robert Pattinson in 'Bel Ami' suffering poor reviews and a box office loss. Video: Cover Media
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