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10 Stars You Definitely Forgot Were On "7th Heaven"

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For 11 seasons, 7th Heaven gave us feel-good television the whole family could enjoy. The Camden family gave us entertainment week after week, and you can probably remember each storyline vividly. But what you may not remember is the number of rising stars who had guest appearances on the show.

1. Usher

In 2002, Usher was already a Grammy Award-winning artist. But no one is too important to appear on 7th Heaven. The music star played a radio DJ named Will in the season 7 episode, "A Cry For Help."

2. Aaron Carter

Look, it's everyone's embarrassing crush from their teen years! Aaron Carter appeared in two episodes of 7th Heaven as Harry, a boy Ruthie meets in detention. She develops a crush on Harry and then finds out he's foster kid. Eric doesn't approve of their relationship, but that doesn't stop them. Eventually (as in two episodes later), the couple realizes they're better off as friends.

3. Mayim Bialik

Before The Big Bang Theory, (but after Blossom), Mayim Bialik had a tiny role on 7th Heaven as Cathy, a woman seeking pre-marital counseling with her fiance.

4. Mila Kunis

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As one of Kunis's first acting credits, she appeared on 7th Heaven as Ashley, one of Lucy's friends who was dead-set on causing drama in the Camden household. Lucy tried to hard to impress Ashley just so she could be popular, but it was never worth it.

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