My Girl’s Anna Chlumsky, 41, is worlds away from her acting youth in a svelte leopard print dress as she arrives for Jimmy Kimmel Live filming
She famously starred opposite Macaulay Culkin in the coming-of-age film My Girl when she was just 11.
And Anna Chlumsky was pictured looking stunning as she arrived to film Jimmy Kimmel Live in Los Angeles on Thursday.
The actress, 41, was a far cry from fresh-faced Vada Sultenfuss in a sizzling leopard print dress which she teamed with pink stilettos.
Stunning: Anna Chlumsky, 41, looked incredible in a leopard print dress and pink heels at the Jimmy Kimmel Live show in Los Angeles, California, on Thursday
Anna wore her brunette tresses in a chic middle part and left them to tumble down over her shoulders.
She accessorised with a pair of gold hoop earrings while flaunting a fresh manicure.
In accordance with current health and safety guidelines, Anna wore a protective face covering as she made her way to the studio in white slippers.
Childhood: She played an 11-year-old girl alongside Macaulay Culkin in 1991 film My Girl, (left)
Stylish: In accordance with current health and safety guidelines, Anna wore a protective face covering as she made her way to the studio in white slippers
Anna reprised the role of Vada again three years later in the sequel My Girl 2, which didn’t star Culkin.
Anna was a guest on the show ahead of the release of her Netflix limited series Inventing Anna, which is based on the real-life crimes of faux heiress Anna Delvey.
Ozark actress Julia Garner is set to play the titular criminal, who was sentenced to between four and 12 years in prison after being found guilty of eight charges, including grand larceny in the second degree, attempted grand larceny, and theft of services.
Squint: Anna wore her brunette tresses in a chic middle part and left them to tumble down over her shoulders
Garner, 27, helps unravel the truly bizarre, ripped from the headlines story of Anna Delvey (or Anna Sorokin), a scamming socialite who swindled millions by pretending to be a high born German millionaire.
‘This whole story is completely true. Except for all of the parts that are totally made up,’ quips a title card in the new trailer.
‘I might have a story,’ begins Chlumsky, who plays journalist Vivian. ‘Her name is Anna Delvey, or Anna Sorokin, no one’s sure. She’s either a rich German heiress, or she’s flat broke.’
The nine-episode saga of Inventing Anna is based on the true story of Anna Sorokin, AKA Delvey.
The new series from Shonda Rhimes will lay bare the twisted tale of Delvey’s many frauds, grifts and deceptions perpetrated between 2013 – 2017, which ultimately landed the twenty-something behind bars.
‘Anna committed real white-collar felonies while posing as a socialite in an attempt to steal millions of dollars,’ a prosecutor is heard telling the court during Anna’s trial, which will be covered in the series.
‘I might have a story,’ begins Chlumsky, who plays journalist Vivian. ‘Her name is Anna Delvey, or Anna Sorokin, no one’s sure. She’s either a rich German heiress, or she’s flat broke’