Childhood Stars Category

Wednesday Addams

The terrifying but adorable Wednesday Addams, played by Lisa Loring in the, ‘The Addams Family’ is a role that will be remembered for many years to come....Read More

Danielle Fishel

TOPANGA! I can still hear Cory Matthews (Ben Savage) excitingly yell for her in that lovestruck way he somehow perfected. Oh, Topanga, with a name like that who could forget the “it” girl of the 90’s? But what ev...Read More

Rider Strong

That hair, and that smile melted tween girls hearts everywhere ‘Boy Meets World’ aired. The 90’s sitcom made Rider Strong into a teen star; he played the protagonist best friend, Sean Hunter. During the seven yea...Read More

David "Gordo" Gordon

Adam is best known for playing Gordo, in Lizzie McGuire from 2001-2004. He played Lizzie’s (Hillary Duff’s) best friend whom he had a crush on throughout the series. In the series finale movie, “The Lizzie McGuir...Read More

Brian Bonsall

He is best known for playing Andrew “Andy” Keaton, the youngest child on the NBC sitcom Family Ties from 1986 through 1989. He also had the recurring role of Alexander Rozhenko, the 3/4 Klingon – 1/4 human son of...Read More

Tommy Rettig

Played Jeff Miller on the original Lassie TV Series. Also co-starred with Tony Dow in the teen soap opera Never Too Young....Read More

Hayley Mills

Starred in numerous Disney movies, such as: That Darn Cat, The Parent Trap, Pollyanna, and The Moonspiners. Also appeared in Whistle Down, The Wind, The Truth About Spring, and The Parent Trap 2(filmed in the 90’s). These we...Read More

Matthew Garber

Matthew Garber co-starred with Karen Dotrice as Michael Banks, as well as in The Three Lives of Thomasina and The Gnome-mobile....Read More

Christy Romano

Making her debut with a bit part in Woody Allen’s ‘Everyone Says I Love You’, Romano was signed by Disney in 2000 to star in their series ‘Even Stevens’ opposite a young Shia LaBeouf. During the show&...Read More

Bobby Breen

Touted as the Boy Soprano, the Toronto-born Breen starred in seven b musicals for RKO from 1936 to 1939, entertaining Depression-era audiences. In 1942, the then 15 year old was embarassed after hearing his Mickey Mouse-like speak...Read More