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A multi-faceted actress with a classic beauty and magnetic presence, KRYSTEN RITTER has crossed mediums with an impressive body of work in film, television, theatre, writing, producing, music, and recently fashion design.

Ritter was last seen as the titular character in the ABC show Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23. The series centers on Chloe (Ritter) a New York party girl with the morals of a pirate who bullies and causes trouble for her naïve small town roommate.  She was recently nominated for a Teen Choice Award for her performance in the category of 'Choice TV Villain.'  The show was also nominated in the category of 'Choice TV Breakout Show.'

Most recently, Ritter was seen in Neil LaBute's Heart of the Matter at the Lucille Lortel Theatre opposite Cheyenne Jackson, Emmanuelle Chriqui and Tammy Blanchard.  Additionally, she was last seen on the big screen alongside Kate Bosworth and Rachel Bilson in the indie-comedy LIfe Happens, which she co-wrote and co-produced with director Kat Coiro.

Next she will star Rob Thomas' highly anticipated feature film adaptation of the TV series Veronica Mars alongside Kristen Bell. Additionally, Ritter will appear in Scott Armstrong's Search Party about a pair of friends embarking on a mission to reunite their pal with the woman he was going to marry. She will also star in Jake Hoffman's first feature Asthma a film about the consequences of the live fast, die young mentality in NYC's indie rock scene. Lastly, she set to appear in Tim Burton's newest film Big Eyes, a drama centered on the awakening of the painter Margaret Keane, her phenomenal success in the 1950s, and the subsequent legal difficulties she had with her husband, who claimed credit for her works in the 1960s. All the release dates are forthcoming.

Ritter has also written and co-written several feature and TV scripts, which are currently in various stages of development and production.

Ritter also starred in the indie-drama, Refuge, based on the stage play of the same title and written and directed by Jessica Goldberg. The actress portrays a young woman working to take care of her younger siblings after her parents have abandoned them. The film also stars Brian Geraghty, Madeleine Martin and Logan Huffman and it recently premiered at the 2012 Hamptons Film Festival. 

Ritter is well known for her critically acclaimed turn on AMC's hit series Breaking Bad where she played, Jane Margolis, a young woman who battles a history of drug addiction. In the series, the already fragile character has a tragic star-crossed love affair with Jesse' (Aaron Paul). The award-winning television series premiered in January of 2008 and will conclude with its fifth and final season in mid-2012.

Other film credits include Amy Heckerling's Vamps (2012), Killing Bono (2011), the DreamWorks comedy She's Out of My League (2010); the Disney/Jerry Bruckheimer film Confessions of a Shopaholic (2009) opposite Isla Fisher; What Happens in Vegas (2008) with Ashton Kutcher, and 27 Dresses (2008) alongside Katherine Heigl.

Other notable television credits include the Starz dark comedy Gravity; Veronica Mars; Gilmore Girls and Gossip Girl.

Her theater credits include Zach Braff's play, All New People where she starred opposite Justin Bartha at the Second Stage Theater, All This Intimacy which also played at the Second Stage Theatre and the 2006 24 Hour Plays at the Signature Theatre.

Beyond her acting career, Krysten Ritter has an eye for fashion and has co-designed a dress with Corey Lynn Calter. She has also designed a small capsule line of shoes for Alice and Olivia in which the collaboration reflects Ritter's girlie but edgy personal style.

Additionally, she was a guest curator of an earring for JewelMint that benefitted Autism Speaks. Ritter was the lead of the fall 2009 and 2010 Banana Republic ad campaigns and is also a member of a rock band called Ex Vivian that has contributed tracks to a number of her projects.

Ritter began her career as a model with Elite Model Management and currently splits her time between New York and Los Angeles.


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