Hollywood Heyday

What I Wore on Halloween

UPDATED 10/29/2007 at 01:00 AM EDT Originally published 10/29/2007 at 01:00 AM EDT

1995, AGE 9
"I dressed up as a bride because I loved pretending to be a housewife. Now that I look back on it, I think I was a bit young to get married!"

1994, AGE 8
"I remember wearing this—I really liked the costume—but must admit I was not a very scary witch."

1985, AGE 3
"This picture was taken at my godmother's house in Texas. I love celebrating any holiday and love dressing up for Halloween—that was instilled in me early on!"

1984, AGE 9
"I love cats, always have. My friends and I laugh about it because I'm still obsessed with them. In fact I'll be a cat again this Halloween!"

1980, AGE 14 (LEFT)
"My favorite Halloween was dressing up like the Village People with my oldest and best friend [Lost producer J.J. Abrams]. I still can't figure out which band member he was trying to look like!"

1987, AGE 7
"I was a flapper that year. When I was younger, I loved Halloween! I would always rush home from school and do my homework as quickly as possible so I could go trick-or-treating with my friends."

1993, AGE 15
"I dressed up as Dorothy with Baby, my very first dog, who I rescued. She was the perfect Toto!"

1980, AGE 6 (LEFT)
"I'm the mouse. It was a leftover costume from a local Anchorage production of The Nutcracker Suite. My parents found it in the closet and, presto—instant Halloween costume!"

1990, AGE 6
"I was a belly dancer, so this must have been the year Aladdin was popular. My favorite part of the costume was the snake bracelet curling up my arm. I felt so adult and glamourous!"

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