Anna Chlumsky, who co-starred with Macaulay Culkin in the 1991 hit film My Girl, stepped out for the premiere of The Iron Lady in New York on Tuesday night looking gorgeous in a red dress.
Chlumsky's character in My Girl, Vada Sultenfuss, is obsessed with death. Her mother is dead, and her father runs a funeral parlor. The film depicts the coming of age of a young girl who has many emotional highs and lows.
There was a sequel to the the movie named My Girl 2. Chlumsky won the Young Artist Award for Best Performance by a Young Actress Starring in a Motion Picture for her role in this sequel.
Chlumsky, 31, now married, is enjoying a career resurgence thanks to her role in the upcoming HBO comedy series Veep. It will also star Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Tony Hale. The series, set to air next year, is loosely based on the BBC series, The Thick of it, and tells the story of Sen. Selina Meyer's run for vice president of the United States.
A Chicago native, Chlumsky enrolled at the University of Chicago, where she met her husband of three years, Shaun So, an Army reservist, and earned a degree in international studies. She went to work in publishing in the Big Apple, but returned to acting in the mid 2000s and landed a small role in the first season of 30 Rock.
Here's a clip from My Girl.