Only at the age of five, her acting talent was recognized by director David Lynch and Witt started working with him in film and television as a child artist.

Concerning about her educational background, she did undergraduate in piano from Boston University.

) is an American actress, singer-songwriter, and pianist.

Alicia Witt is an American model, actress, singer-songwriter, and pianist.

She is extremely prominent for starring in popular movies including Six Love Stories (2016), The Bronx Bull 2017), Joint Body (2011) and in television shows including Motive (2017), Elementary (2015), Supernatural (2017), etc.

She then appeared in Cameron Crowe's Vanilla Sky (2001), Last Holiday (2006), and the thriller 88 Minutes (2007).

Witt has made television appearances in The Walking Dead, The Sopranos, Nashville, Two and a Half Men, Friday Night Lights, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Cybill, and Justified.

In 2016, Witt joined the cast of ABC's Nashville in a recurring capacity playing established country singer Autumn Chase. On June 14, 2004, Witt modeled what is believed to be the most expensive hat ever made, for Christie's auction house in London.

The Chapeau d'Amour, designed by Louis Mariette, is valued at .7 million (US) and is encrusted in diamonds.

Alicia Witt was hugely popularized among public and fans after starring in the television series “Cybill” as Cybill Shepherd’s daughter.

She also worked on Last Holiday (2006) and joined the cast of Law & Order in the year 2007.

In 2000, Witt had starring roles on episodes of the television shows Ally Mc Beal and The Sopranos, the lead role in the Matthew Huffman comedy Playing Mona Lisa (featuring Harvey Fierstein, Elliott Gould, and Marlo Thomas), and a "memorable" part in John Waters' "scathing satire" Cecil B. She then went on to a small part in Cameron Crowe's Vanilla Sky (2001).

Witt played "Two", the college graduate discussing loss of her virginity, in Rodrigo Garcia's Ten Tiny Love Stories (a series of 10 monologues, alongside ones by Radha Mitchell, Lisa Gay Hamilton, Debi Mazar, Elizabeth Peña, and others), and played the role of promiscuous Barbie, half-sister of the title character, in American Girl (starring Jena Malone).

She has made theater debut in the year 2001 and has appeared in several plays.