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In addition to acting, Witt has been described as a musical prodigy, Her acting talent was recognized by director David Lynch in 1980, when he heard her recite Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet on the television show That's Incredible! He would begin working with her in film and television even before Witt earned her high school equivalency credential (at age 14 playing the younger sister of Lara Flynn Boyle's character Donna.
After the Cybill series was cancelled, Witt went on to leading roles in Jamie Blanks' horror film Urban Legend (alongside "other nascently twinkling stars" Jared Leto, Joshua Jackson, and Rebecca Gayheart), and in Kevin Altieri/Touchstone Pictures' limited-release animated feature, Gen¹³.In 2000, Witt had starring roles on episodes of the television shows Ally Mc Beal and The Sopranos, the lead role in the Matthew Huffman comedy Playing Mona Lisa (featuring Harvey Fierstein, Elliott Gould, and Marlo Thomas), and a "memorable" part in John Waters' "scathing satire" Cecil B. She then went on to a small part in Cameron Crowe's Vanilla Sky (2001).Witt played "Two", the college graduate discussing loss of her virginity, in Rodrigo Garcia's Ten Tiny Love Stories (a series of 10 monologues, alongside ones by Radha Mitchell, Lisa Gay Hamilton, Debi Mazar, Elizabeth Peña, and others), and played the role of promiscuous Barbie, half-sister of the title character, in American Girl (starring Jena Malone).Witt later had a critically acclaimed role as a disturbed teenager in Fun (1994), and appeared as a music student in Mr.
Holland's Opus (1995), and as a college coed in the horror film Urban Legend (1998).
Her nationality is American and ethnicity is North American.