Look at Her Now: 'Jurassic Park' Teen Star, 20 Years Later
Before 'Jurassic World' takes a bite out of the box office, INSIDE EDITION catches up with 'Jurassic Park' star Ariana Richards.
Jurassic World could be the biggest summer blockbuster in years.
It had its premiere in Hollywood last night and actor Chris Pratt was joined by his wife, Anna Faris, on the red carpet. He's getting raves for his starring role.
Pratt poked a bit of fun at himself in a video he sent out to fans on Instagram saying, “Make sure my hair is perfect and you make sure I look good. Oh, we're rolling? Hello America, all around good guy Chris Pratt here. God bless America!”
Pratt also jumped on stage at the premiere party and sang along with Jimmy Buffett.
Jurassic World comes 22 years after Jurassic Park, one of the most successful movies in history, but do you remember Ariana Richards?
She played the screaming teen, Lex, that was scared out of her wits. She's now 35 and quite an accomplished painter.
She told INSIDE EDITION, “These days I am focusing very heavily on my art career, but I might act again sometime.” She says she still gets recognized over two decades later from her role in Steven Spielberg’s summer hit.
By the way, she is expecting her first child and said, “I was invited to the premiere, but it's not a good idea to fly right now.”
As for her kid brother in the movie, Joseph Mazzello has worked steadily in movies and TV.
Jurassic World opens this Friday.
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