Dunst made her film debut in a small role in Woody Allen's "New York Stories" in 1989 as the daughter of Mia Farrow's character. Shortly after, she moved to Los Angeles with her mother and younger brother, Christian. A Los Angeles address made it easier to secure more work, including a role in "The Bonfire of the Vanities" as Tom Hanks' daughter and a one-episode stint on "Star Trek: The Next Generation." But being on the West Coast also meant her father was far away. The distance was explained in 1995, however, when her mother filed for divorce. But she seemed to take the split in stride. "I am very close to my dad, too," Dunst later told People magazine. "I don't feel I've suffered from divorce."