After this, Witt left Hollywood for six years, concentrating on school and music.
She took piano lessons at Boston University and won several national and international classical piano competitions, including the Bartok-Kabalevsky International Piano Competition.
Unlike many actresses, she doesn't have a long list of her boyfriends.
Alicia Roanne Witt (born August 21, 1975 in Worcester, Massachusetts) is an American actress.
Alicia Witt first appeared onscreen in 1984, playing Alia Atreides in David Lynch's adaptation of Frank Herbert's Dune.
She wasn't even ten years old, so it's little wonder that she wound up being pigeonholed as an actress and not a musician, even though she had been playing piano for at least as long as she had been acting.
Holland's Opus and her four-season run on the sitcom Cybill.
At age 14, Alicia earned her High School Diploma and, shortly thereafter, moved permanently to Hollywood with her mother (who is noted in the Guinness Book of Records for the world's longest hair) to pursue a career as a full-time actress.
Soon, David Lynch, whom she refers to as a mentor, created the role of Gersten Hayward in his hit series Twin Peaks especially for her.
This performance made Madonna want Witt to be cast as her witch-lover in the first segment The missing ingredient of Four Rooms.
She was introduced to a larger audience playing the role of Zoey Woodbine, the daughter of actress Cybill Shepherd's character in the sitcom Cybill from 1995 to 1998.