Top ten most popular child actors

Top ten most popular child actors

Top ten most popular child actors

Shirley Temple (born in 1928) – started her acting career at three years old and became famous with the film “Bright Eyes” in 1934. Other hits featuring Shirley Temple include “Curly Top” and “Heidi”.

Mickey Rooney (born in 1920) – started his career in 1927 and he still plays in movies. He won lots wards including an Academy Award, a Golden Globe and an Emmy Award.

Judy Garland (1922 – 1969) – at the age of seven she made her debut on the screen with a short film. She is famous for the role of Dorothy Gale in “The Wizard of Oz” (1939). In this film she sang the famous song “Over the Rainbow”.

Melissa Gilbert (born in 1964) – she became famous with the role of Laura Ingalls Wilder in the TV series “Little House on the Prairie” (1974–1984).

Drew Barrymore (born in 1975) – made her film debut in at the age of five in “Altered States” but won international fame two years later with the role in “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial”.

Ron Howard (born in 1954) – became famous with the role of the Opie Taylor in the TV series “The Andy Griffith Show”. Howard started his career just one year before the TV sires, at the age of five and starred in “The Andy Griffith Show” for eight years.

Macaulay Culkin (born in 1980) – the role of Kevin McCallister in “Home Alone” and “Home Alone 2: Lost in New York” made him famous worldwide, but he started his acting career at the age of four.

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen (born in 1986) – the twins begun their acting career at nine months with the TV series “Full House”. Both sisters played by taking turns, the same character, Michelle Tanner.

Dakota Fanning (born in 1994) – she started her career at five years old with several small roles in different TV series. In 2001 she gain worldwide recognition with the role from the movie “I Am Sam”

Miley Cyrus (born in 1992) – started her acting career in 2001 but became famous as Miley Stewart/Hannah Montana in the Disney Channel series “Hannah Montana”.

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