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21 Celebs From Your Childhood: Then and Now

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Everyone had their childhood celeb crush. How could you not? They strategically picked the cutest kids for that reason.

But where did they all end up? Child stars are notorious for heading down bad paths. The money, the fame, they have access to everything they want. Get reacquainted with some of our favorite child stars from the past. Did yours make the list?

1. Jenna von Oy, as Six Lemure on "Blossom"

Jenna, now 39, is married with one daughter. Her most recent role was a film called "Lukewarm" in 2012. She also starred in the "Moesha" spin-off, "The Parkers."

2. Nate Richert, as Harvey Kinkle on "Sabrina the Teenage Witch"

Nate, 38, didn't do much acting after his role on the magical show. He now focuses his time on music.

3. Erin Moran, as Joanie Cunningham on "Happy Days"

Now 55, Erin has most recently appeared in a movie called "The Deceit" in 2012. Her and some fellow Happy Days stars were also involved in a lawsuit, claiming CBS owed them money for merchandising revenues. The case was settled and each star received $65,000USD.

4. Jeff Cohen, as Chunk in "The Goonies"

Jeff, now 42, is no longer doing the Truffle Shuffle. At least...we hope not? Cohen is now an attorney in Beverly Hills.

5. Anna Chlumsky, as Vada Margaret Sultenfuss in "My Girl"

Anna, 35, took a hiatus from acting from 1999-2005. She worked as a fact checker and an editorial assistant, but found it wasn't what she wanted. Anna currently stars on the hit HBO series, "Veep."

6. Brian Bonsall, as Andy Keaton on "Family Ties"

Bonsall, 35, retired from acting in 1995 and in 1998 he started the rock band Late Bloomers. He's been in other bands as well, while also focusing on his solo career.

7. Danica McKellar, as Winnie Cooper in "Wonder Years"

McKellar, 41, found found the transition from child actress to adult actress difficult. But she's made the most of her time, earning a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and writing four mathematics-related books, all targeted at adolescents. She is an education advocate.

8. Blake and Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit, Nicky and Alex on "Full House"

Blake (right picture, right side) has grown up to be a firefighter and out of the Hollywood life. Dylan (right picture, left side) has become a foley artist, which are the people who create sound effects for movies and TV shows. The twins, now 26, have revamped their roles as Jesse and Becky's twins in the Netflix series "Fuller House."

9. Hilary Duff, as Lizzie McGuire on "Lizzie McGuire"

Duff, now 28, is still acting and singing just like always. She currently stars in the hit TV show, "Younger." She really is a superwoman, juggling all that with her 5 year old son, Luca.

10. Dylan and Cole Sprouse, Julian McGrath in "Big Daddy"

The twins, now 24, had a great acting career after the 1999 movie. They shared the role of Ben, Ross' son on "Friends", and also had their own show entitled "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody." The two are still in the public eye, always making waves on social media.

11. Soleil Moon Frye, as Penelope Brewster on "Punky Brewster"

Frye has had a solid acting career since her child days. The actress, now 40, had a recurring role on "Sabrina the Teenage Witch," and did animation voice-over work for "The Proud Family." Currently, she is enjoying being a mom for the 4th time, having just had a baby boy in May of 2016. But she's not the only child star we've been wondering about.

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