Before They Were Famous: Kirsten Dunst on 'Star Trek: The Next Generation'

[caption id="attachment_146317" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Paramount"]Kirsten Dunst on Star Trek: The Next Generation[/caption]

At 12 years old, Kirsten Dunst had her very first on-screen kiss in the gothic horror film "Interview With the Vampire." Playing a child vampire, the role came with the difficult task of locking lips with a much older guy. Creepy? Maybe... if that "guy" wasn't Brad Pitt. Luckily, the smooch paid off and the film ended up kickstarting an already lengthy career for the now 30-year-old actress.

Dunst's makeout sessions opposite some of Hollywood's finest have only gotten better with age, including an unforgettable and epic upside-down, always imitated/never duplicated lip-smacker in the pouring rain with Tobey Maguire in "Spider-Man." But in her upcoming comedy "Bachelorette," out Sept. 6, Dunst isn't the one walking down the aisle to kiss the groom.

In the film, three childhood friends (Dunst, Isla Fisher, Lizzy Caplan) are asked to be in the wedding party for a girl (Rebel Wilson) they used to secretly make fun of in high school. As the bachelorette festivities get underway, Dunst and her gal pals end up on a wild ride that goes all sorts of wrong. The mean-girls-turned-bridesmaids don't seem to be the nicest friends one could ask for, so who knows what they would've had to say about a young Dunst's rather interesting look as an alien in one of her early roles on "Star Trek: The Next Generation."

Yep, before her days as a bloodsucker or bridesmaid, an 11-year-old Dunst beamed up to the sci-fi television show "TNG." She appeared in just one episode playing Hedril, a super intelligent child with a fancy voice enhancement and unique hairstyle. Hear and see Dunst in action at around the 57-second mark ...