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8 Child Actors From The 90s Who Definitely Aren't Kids Anymore

Whether you related to them because you were also a child in the 90s, or you loved to watch these kids rise to stardom with their cute expressions and hilarious deliveries, you knew that these child actors were going somewhere.Decades later, have you ever thought of where they ended up?  Here's the answer you have been looking for. Cole Sprouse- Ben, FriendsStarting his acting career with his twin brother when they were only eight months old, they played Partick Kelly in Grace Under Fire for five years. They then got their first major film role in the 1999

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Looking For A "Full House" Reunion? You Got It Dude

Michelle and Danny Tanner are together again and we couldn't be more excited. Ashley Olsen made a rare public appearance in New York City to support her TV dad, Bob Saget, at the Scleromderma Research Foundation's Cool Comedy Hot Cuisine fundraising event. Ashley and her twin sister Mary-Kate played the role of Michelle Tanner on Full House from 1987 to 1995. The girls were only 9-months-old when they started the series. PeopleWhen the Netflix spin-off series, Fuller House started, they were the only ones not to return to the cast. "Ashley said, ‘I have not been in front of a

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Looks Like "Pet Sematary" Is Back From The Dead, And Really, We Shouldn't Be Surprised

Fans of the classic Stephen King novel, Pet Sematary, can mark their calendars because we finally have a release date for the reboot!The 1989 movie was based on the 1983 King horror novel. It tells the story of Louis Creed and his wife Rachel who moved their family into a new home. They later learned that their house was built on top of an old Pet Sematary, and the dead animals buried underneath would come back to life. LRM OnlineKing started writing the novel in 1979 after his daughter's cat was run over by a car. The area was

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She Was "The People's Princess," But 20 Years After Her Death We Finally Understand Just How Tragic Her Life Was

Everyone in the '90s remembers the night our world was rocked - the day the “People’s Princess” died in a car accident in Paris, France. Princess Diana was loved not only by the people of the United Kingdom but around the world. Harper's BazaarPrincess Diana’s funeral was named to be the most-watched live TV event with 31 million viewers in the UK and 33 million people in the United States tuning in. The TimesWhile her funeral took place only six days after her tragic death on August 31, 1997, people haven’t forgotten the story of

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How Do You Do, Fellow Kids, Here Are 8 Facts Everyone Should Know About Steve Buscemi

The king of character actors, Steve Buscemi has made us laugh through his decades in Hollywood. From big budget flicks to independent projects he has appeared in well over 100 movies over the past 30 years. With an impressive list of movie titles under his belt including Fargo, Reservoir Dogs, Monsters, Inc. and The Big Lebowski, he continues to add to his filmography every year. Well, we always know that he will have us laughing when he comes on screen, there are many things we didn't know about this iconic actor of our time.1. He was born on Friday

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"Grace Under Fire" Star Reveals She's Homeless

After starring in the successful ABC sitcom, Grace Under Fire for five years, many people would be surprised to learn that actress, Brett Butler found herself homeless. Butler was nominated for a Golden Globe award twice for her role in the series that aired from 1993-1998. Film RiseShe has now admitted that she struggled with substance abuse while starring in the Chuck Lorre-created show. The sitcom was cancelled in 1998 after she was asked to leave the set because of her drug use. "I almost died like Michael Jackson. ... I was dying of addiction," she said in an interview with

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7 Photos Of Pop Stars When They Debuted Vs. Now That Will Make You Nostalgic, Then Mildly Uncomfortable

From crimped hair to vibrant colors, some of the trends of the 80s and 90s make us look back and cringe. So does seeing our favorite celebrities from our childhood. Whether you idolized these singers as your role models, or you loved to emulate their style, you're about to feel very old. Check out what our favorite 80s and 90s pop stars looked like when they first debuted their album, compared to their most recent tracks. Britney SpearsDebut Album: ...Baby One More Time (1999)BillboardMost Recent Album: Glory (2016)BillboardMariah Carey Debut Album: Mariah Carey (1990)BillboardMost Recent Album: Me.

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Why Did Brendan Fraser Just Swing Right Out Of Our Lives After The 90s?

Brendan Fraser seemed to be a rising star in the late 1990s, but for some reason that never came to be. With his 1994 hit Airheads we remember marveling in his comedic ability along side Adam Sandler and Steve Buscemi. For a short period of time, Fraser became the most popular movie star in the world. His rise in the box office was stimulated by a surprising success of the 1997 Christmas release of George Of The Jungle. No one predicted the level of success Disney would have with this 90s flick. With a $55 million investment in the movie,

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How The Strongest Couple From Our Childhood Almost Fell Apart

After being married for 15 years, two of our favorite faces from the 90s are sharing the secrets to their lasting union. The Buffy The Vampire Slayer alum appeared on Harry Connick Jr.'s talk show and spilled some secrets about her marriage that have us all surprised. The couple first met while filming the 1997 hit I Know What You Did Last Summer, and after a dinner date in 2000, the sparks flew. "We ended up being the perfect balance. But it didn't happen until years after and there was a solid foundation built, and that's probably the main

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10 Iconic TV Show Episodes That Will Fill You With Christmas Cheer

Nothing gets you in the Christmas spirit quite like seeing your favorite sitcom regulars celebrating the holidays. Whether it's a special guest appearance, hilarious holiday situations or something that pulls on the heartstrings, these Christmas episodes are definitely worth going back to watch again. 1. Full House- "Our Very First Christmas Show"You can't forget Jesse's speech about the true meaning of Christmas and the moment that the Tanner family is surprised by their wrapped gifts unexpectedly appearing on the luggage carousel. Even they couldn't see what the holidays had in store for them and it was great. 2. Pinky