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  1. Krysten Ritter, 'The B---- in Apt 23,' Is One of TV's First 21st Century Chicks

    12:29 pm 4/11/2012

    The actress, 30, scored her breakthrough role as Jane on season two of AMC's 'Breaking Bad,' and is now headlining a show for the first time in her young career.Read more

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  2. Don’t Trust the B---- in Apt 23: TV Review

    6:24 pm 4/10/2012

    Krysten Ritter wreaks emotional (and sometimes even physical) havoc in this fast-paced and funny sitcom from creator Nahnatchka Khan.Read more

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  3. Director Fred Schepisi to Receive Vanguard Award at Vail Film Festival

    2:54 pm 3/20/2012

    "Gravity's" Krysten Ritter selected to receive the fest's Excellence in Acting Award.Read more

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  4. 'L!fe Happens,' starring Krysten Ritter, Kate Bosworth and Rachel Bilson, to Open March 30

    8:32 pm 2/9/2012

    PMK*BNC Films and AMC Independent are partnering for the theatrical release of Kat Coiro's film.Read more

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  5. TCA ABC - Disney Party: Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23

    4:01 pm 1/11/2012

    James Van Der Beek and Krysten Ritter's comedy "Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23" will launch in the post "Modern Family" slot on Wednesday, April 11 at 9:30 p.m.Read more

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  6. James Van Der Beek Describes His Fictional Appearance on 'Dancing With the Stars' (Video)

    3:22 pm 1/11/2012

    "People are going to die when they see how well he can dance," co-star Krysten Ritter tells THR. "It's shocking." Read more

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  7. All New People: Theater Review

    3:00 pm 7/25/2011

    "The Hangover's" Justin Bartha plays a lovelorn depressive in Zach Braff's debut play.Read more

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  8. Life Happens: Film Review

    4:15 pm 7/1/2011

    Director Kat Coiro and co-writer/star Krysten Ritter are definitely onto something special about relationships between women of a certain pre-middle age in this indie comedyRead more

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  9. Killing Bono: Film Review

    3:23 pm 7/1/2011

    Adapted from rock critic Neil McCormick’s autobiography, Nick Hamm's British comedy stars Ben Barnes, Robert Sheehan and Krysten Ritter.Read more

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