So we all know that Winona Ryder has been nominated for two Academy Awards. She also won a Golden Globe as well as a Screen Actors Guild Award. So what could possibly be wrong with Winona Ryder. Although she has been doing great on screen, off screen she has had a few problems with stealing and love life. Winona Ryder has been though many high profile relationships in Hollywood. At one point she was engaged to the actor Johnny Depp for over three years. One funny thing is that during this time Johnny Depp got a tattoo placed on this body that said Winona Forever. After they broke up he changed it to say Wino Forever. Of course, Winona Ryder did not stop there she also dated Matt Damon and Jimmy Fallon. However, in the end Winona Ryder still remains unmarried. Of course, her love life was not the hardest thing that Winona Ryder had to go through. On December 12, 2001 she was arrested for shoplifting. The amount she took was said to be worth more the 5,500 dollars. This has been a problem of Winona Ryder's for a long time. She has the money to buy this stuff, but she needs the thrill of shoplifting. She is not the only person that has a problem with this. Many other people (and not just actors and actresses) have a problem with shoplifting. This is a ailment that is talked about in many Psychology books. Winona Ryder was said to be receiving help for it.
No matter what she has done, or what she does in the future, you can not take away the great movies and awards she has already got. I mean, they put her name on the Hollywood walk of fame. They do not just put an actor on a star who has just one little hit. No matter what happens she will always be remember in the movies that she has already brought to us. We can only hope that she will go on to make a lot more movies over the course of her career. She is a great actress and she should be able to put her great skills on the big screen. That is where people want to see her and that is where she will remain. Great actresses are few and far between, so we should be able to hang on to the ones that have already left an impact on movies.