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Do you remember precocious student Summer Hathaway from 'School Of Rock'? She's grown up ALOT!
Summer Hathaway was the little student who knew it all, before becoming a member of one Jack Black's all-star school rock group in the movie 'School Of Rock'.
Following School OF Rock, Miranda had success with her own Nickelodeon sitcom, 'iCarly' for five years up until 2012. Now aged 22, she has a successful onscreen career under her belt having landed the voice of Margo in 'Despicable Me 2', and is currently working on a series called 'Crowded'.
Julie Dawn Cole, Roy Kinnear, Denise Nickerson, Leonard Stone, Ursula Reit, Gene Wilder, Jack Albertson, Peter Ostrum, Paris Themmen, and Michael Bollner at top of staircase in a scene from the 1971 movie 'Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory'. Picture: Getty
The cast gather on the sofa of the 'TODAY Show' to chat about their roles in the unforgettable movie. Picture: Today Show
With her adorable looks and sassy attitude, we all fell in love with little Danni Dennison in Hocus Pocus. If you remember, she forced her older brother Max to go trick or treating, and they quickly found themselves in trouble when they accidentally bought the Sanderson witch sisters back to life. Photographer: SNAP/REX Shutterstock
After hanging up her witch hat, Thora Birch disappeared for a few years before remerging in critically acclaimed film 'American Beauty' in 1999. She then went onto star in films such as 'Dungeons and Dragons', 'The Hole' and 'Ghost World'. She took a break from acting, but it was recently announced she will portray software engineer Morgan on the upcoming series 'Colony. Getty
Juanita was Gabrielle and Carlos' oldest daughter who appeared in the hit TV show from season five onwards. She was played by Demi Lovato's little sister, Madiaon De La Garza and we couldn't get enough of her strong but stubborn attitude. Picture: Rex
Well, Madiaon De La Garza certainly has changed since her 'Desperate Housewives' days! Just check out this stunning snap the 13-year-old posted to her Twitter account recently. If this is what she looks like now, who knows how beautiful she's going to be in her twenties... Picture: Twitter
Do you remember smart and feisty Laura Ingalls Wilder in 'Little House On The Prairie'? Click on the next picture to see how much she's changed now...
Melissa Gilbert still acts, but these days her ambition lies in politics. The 51 year-old is running as part of the Democratic party for the United States House of Representatives 2016 elections.
Remember fellow Gryffindor Dean Thomas? Played by Alfred Enoch he was a key member of Dumbledore's Army.
Well look at him now! Alfred Enoch has grown up and is now one of the star's of ABC's 'How to Get Away with Murder'. Picture: PA
Long before 'Annie' got it's recent hip hop remake starring Quvenzhene Wallis, it was Aileen Quinn who starred as the cute little orphan hoping to find her parents and dreaming of a better tomorrow in the 1982 film adaption of the Broadway classic. Picture: Rex
Since starring in 'Annie', it seems Aileen Quinn is still pursuing her love of singing, however her musical taste is a little different from the tunes we all remember her belting out in the 1982 film. These days, she’s the lead singer of the Los Angeles-based Rockabilly band, Leapin’ Lizards, and has taught drama, dance, and Spanish.
The 12-year-old actor is instantly recognisable as 'Matilda' star Bruce Bogtrotter. We cheered for little Brucey along with the best of them as he guzzled down chocolate cake in front of the school assembly and defeated his terrifying headmistress. Picture: Photoshot
Super smart, sassy and she could move furniture with her eyes! These are just some of the reasons we loved to watch Max Mara in the 1996 film adaption of Roald Dahl classic 'Matilda', but where is she now? Picture - Rex
Following her early start in showbiz, Mara took time out from the limelight to concentrate on her studies. In 2005, she graduated from Idyllwild Arts Academy and she studied at New York University. She now works for Publicolor and is hoping to break into young adult novels. Getty
The movie star rose to fame in 1990 with the release of the first 'Home Alone' film. He later starred in 'Home Alone 2: Lost in New York' two years later.
The 'Home Alone' child actor has expanded his career and is now a musician as well as an actor. Picture: Twitter
The young actor came to prominence in films including 'The Karate Kid', 'Teachers' and 'Crossroads'. and Picture: PA
We can't believe how little the 53-year-old seems to have changed. The 'A Little Game' actor has certainly aged well! Picture: PA
You won't believe how much actor Fred Savage and his co-star Danica McKeller have changed since their stint as Kevin Arnold and Winnie Cooper on the 'Wonder Years'. The show, which was set in the 1960's showed life through the eyes of an adolescent boy. Picture: Rex
The cast of the show included Fred Savage, who played Kevin Arnold, Jason Hervey who played Kevin’s older brother Wayne Arnold, Alley Mills (the Arnold siblings’ mother), and Josh Saviano, who played Kevin’s best friend. Picture: Rex
The whole cast have reunited to celebrate 90's week on US breakfast programme 'Good Morning America' and look at how much they have changed! The programme originally aired from 1988 to 1993 but has given us a life time of memories. Picture: Instagram
His role as little Charlie in the 1971 movie was Ostrum's only film role. However, the young boy from Cleveland denied himself any involvement with "Willy Wonka" after the film wrapped: "I didn't really want to have anything to do with it" he admitted to Oprah. Picture: Rex
The former child star still occasionally gets together with the other cast members for signings however: "I've known these kids, they're like family right now". Picture: Getty
Haley Joel Osment was 10 when he starred in 'The Sixth Sense' with Toni Colette and Bruce Willis.
We all loved it as little Cole Sears in 'The Sixth Sense'. Not so little anymore, the 26-year-old actor is still working solidly in film and TV. Picture: Getty
This gang of little cuties won us over when they starred in the 1994 remake of 'Little Rascals', based on the 1955 TV series of the same name. We all remember the precious mini adults such as Alfalfa, Waldo and Buckwheat but just how much have they changed since then?
Can you believe that after all these years the original cast of the hit 1994 film still look so similar?! The film stars reunited to celebrate the film's 20th anniversary and we've even noticed that a few have grown up to be rather handsome young chaps!
Sarah Jessica Parker started acting in theatre at a very young age. The star comes from a large family and money was tight, so she helped her parents by acting and singing. Her first appearances on screen were for TV and she had parts in Little Match Girl, Drawing Power and kids programme 3-2-1 Contact.
Sarah Jessica Parker is one of the most successful actresses around and has starred in several blockbusters, but she will always be Carrie Bradshaw from the hugely popular TV series and films Sex and The City to us!
Daniel Radcliiffe started acting at the age of 9. His first roles were in TV film David Copperfield and movie The Tailor of Panama, but it was the Harry Potter franchise that truly made him a superstar.
Daniel Radcliffe is one of Britain's most successful actors and has managed to leave his Harry Potter persona behind. He's currently starring in The Woman in Black, the most successful British horror film of all time.
Natalie Portman was 12 when she starred in film Leon as orphaned girl Mathilda. Her powerful performance put her straight on the map and the actress has never been out of work since.
Natalie Portman is now a hugely successful actress and won the Best Actress in a Leading Role for Black Swan at the 2011 Academy Awards. She married Benjamin Millepied last year. The couple have a two-year-old son, Aleph, together.
As a child Leonardo DiCaprio had a few minor roles on TV, including an appearance in show Roseanne. At 15 he landed the role of young Mason Capwell in US soap Santa Barbara and a year later he started playing the character Gary Buckman in TV show Parenthood. But it was the role of Luke in popular US sitcom Growing Pains that truly put DiCaprio on the map. Pic: Photoshot
DiCaprio is more successful than ever. After gaining super stardom thanks to Titanic, Martin Scorsese's favourite actor has recently starred in Inception, Shutter Island and The Great Gatsby.
At the age of 9 Christina Ricci starred in Mermaids with Cher and Winona Ryder - not a bad start! The actress went on to act in children classics such as Caspar and the Addams Family. Later on she starred in Tim Burton's Sleepy Hollow and cult movies like Buffalo 66
Christina Ricci was most recently seen on the big screen alongside Robert Pattinson in Bel Ami.
Tatum O'Neal was 10 years old when she won Best Supporting Actress oscar for the film Paper Moon, making her the youngest ever actor to win an Academy Award. Tatum co-starred in the film with her real life father, actor Ryan O'Neal.
Now 48, Tatum O'Neal is still an actress and has recently starred in American TV series Rescue Me.
The second youngest Oscar winning actor - the youngest was Tatum O'Neal - Anna Paquin became a star age 11 when she won an Academy Award for The Piano. Paquin has worked solidly since...
After starring as Rogue in the X Men series, Paquin landed the role of barmaid Sookie Stackhouse in hugely successful TV show True Blood. She also found love on set: she's married to co-star Stephen Moyer, who plays vampire Bill Compton.
After training in a theatre school, Emma landed the role of Hermione Granger at the age of 10. Little did she know then what a global star she was going to become...
Emma Watson has moved on from the Harry Potter franchise. Aside from modelling for the likes of Burberry and Lancome, she has starred in The Perks of Being A Wallflower and The Bling Ring.
Shia started acting age 13 and had parts in several TV shows including Caroline in the City, ER and Even Stevens.
At 27 Shia has made a mark in Hollywood with films such as the Transformers franchise and Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps under his belt.
Scarlett Johansson started acting at the age of 9 and at 13 starred in The Horse Whisperer with Robert Redford.
Considered one of the most beautiful actresses of her generation, Scarlett has starred in many successful films, including The Iron Man franchise, Woody Allen's Vicky Cristina Barcelona and The Black Dalhia.
Kristen Stewart was already a professional at ten and at 12 she was co-starring in Panic Room with another former child actor, Jodie Foster.
Kristen Stewart is the third highest-earning actress in Hollywood, thanks to her role as Bella in The Twilight Saga.
Ethan Hawke starred in Explorers at the age of 14, but it was his portrayal of Todd Anderson in Dead Poets Society that caught the eye of both the public and Hollywood alike. Photo: Rex Features
The actor, who was married to Uma Thurman, has had a solid career starring in Gattaca, Great Expectations and Hamlet. He's also a director and a writer.
Welsh Christian Bale started acting on the stage at a young age and at 13 he landed the role of Jim 'Jamie' Graham in Steven Spielberg's Empire of the Sun.
Bale is considered one of the finest actors of his generation and has a huge list of prestigious films and blockbusters under his belt: from the Dark Knight Batman franchise to The Fighter and Captain Corelli's Mandolin.
Dakota Fanning's first screen debut was in ER at the age of 6. She soon landed roles in Ally McBeal, Friends and War of The Worlds with Tom Cruise
Dakota turned 19 this year and has recently starred in the Twilight Saga. She's one of the most in demand young actresses in Hollywood and her younger sister Elle is following in her footsteps.
Considered one of the beauties of her time, Shields was already on the screen at the age of 9. She starred in hugely successful romantic teen dramas The Blue Lagoon and Endless Love.
Now 48 Shields still acts, mostly on TV. She's recently had roles in Hannah Montana and Lipstick Jungle.
Harris was a very prolific child star, but he's best known for his role of Doogie Howser in the eponymous TV show.
The actor starred in the film The Smurfs and plays Barney Stinson in sitcom How I Met Your Mother.
By the age of 10 Taylor was already a stage and film pro. One of the true Hollywood icons, Taylor was propelled into fame as a child thanks to the Lassie films.
Elizabeth Taylor starred in some of the most important films of her time and won two Oscars: one for Butterfield 8 and one for Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf. She famously married eight times (twice to Welsh actor Richard Burton) and did endless charity work before her death in 2011.
Born in Los Angeles, Gordon Levitt made his screen debut at 6. He worked solidly for years and in 1996 he landed the role of Tommy Solomon in TV sitcom 3rd Rock From The Sun.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt is one of the rising stars in Hollywood. He's starred in Inception with Leonardo DiCaprio, 500 Days (of Summer) and The Dark Knight Rises.
Danes became a TV star when she landed the role of Angela Chase in TV teen drama My So Called Life, opposite heartthrob Jared Leto.
Claire Danes is currently starring on popular US drama Homeland and has had roles in many successful films, such as The Hours and Stage Beauty.
Hugely famous in the 80s and 90s, Ryder starred in Beetlejuice and Edward Scissorhands where she met Johnny Depp, with whom she had a long relationship. The couple were considered a younger version of Brangelina at the time.
Ryder has recently had parts in Black Swan and The Private Lives of Pippa Lee.
A child actor, Wood landed a part in Back to the Future part II age 7. Soon he was starring in films such as The Ice Storm, The Faculty and Oliver Twist.
The actor is best known for his role as Frodo in Lord of The Rings and recently reprised his role for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
Dunst started acting at 7 and became well-known for her role in Interview with the Vampire with Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise.
Kirsten Dunst has starred in many successful films, including the Spider-Man franchise and won Best Actress at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival for her role in Melancholia.
British Jamie Bell became an international success at the age of 14 for his role of Billy Elliot in the film of the same name.
26 year old Jamie Bell was the voice of Tintin in The Adventures of TinTin and recently became a father for the first time.
One of the most famous child stars ever, Mickey Rooney started acting at 6 and starred in the series of films Mickey, named after him.
At 92 Rooney has worked as an actor for 86 years! The screen legend has never stopped acting, and most notably worked in The Muppets movie.
Jodie Foster started acting at 7 and was a hugely successful child star with roles in Bugsy Malone, Freaky Friday and Taxi Driver. Picture: Rex Features
The actress has had successful career with notable films such as The Accused and Silence of the Lambs.
Lindsay Lohan started modelling at the age of 3. By the age of 10 she landed the role of twins Hallie Parker/Annie James in successful family film The Parent Trap. Lohan was a huge teen star and acted in films such as Mean Girls, Freaky Friday and Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen.
In the last few years Lohan's life have been marred by personal problems. However, she has just completed 90 days in rehab and is set to be the subject of an eight part docu-series on Oprah Winfrey's OWN cable network channel.
Green was a regular on TV from the age of 10 and had roles in Good and Evil, The Facts of Life and Buffy The Vampire Slayer.