We all watched these kids grow up through our televisions.\u00a0See the Hollywood child stars we adored as kids, look all grown up. 1. Alyssa Milano The Washington Times Alyssa Milano\u00a0is known for portraying Samantha Micelli on the\u00a0ABC\u00a0sitcom series Who's the Boss? (1984-92), Jennifer Mancini on the Fox soap opera Melrose Place (1997-98), and Phoebe Halliwell on The WB series Charmed (1998-2006). Since 2013, she has played Savannah Davis in the\u00a0ABC\u00a0drama Mistresses.\u00a0Milano, 41, is married to CAA agent David Bugliari. They have two children: son Milo Thomas and daughter Elizabella Dylan. 2. Neil Patrick Harris The Washington Times Neil Patrick Harris\u00a0won the lead role in Doogie Howser, M.D. in1989, for which he was nominated for a Golden Globe. He recently played Barney Stinson in the television comedy series How I Met Your Mother (2005-2014), for which he was nominated for four Emmy Awards.\u00a0Harris, 41, was named as one of Time magazine's 100 most influential people in 2010 and was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in September 2011. He has also hosted the Tony Awards on Broadway in 2009, 2011, 2012, and 2013, for which he won several special class Emmy Awards. In 2014, he starred in the title role of Hedwig and the Angry Inch on Broadway, for which he won the 2014 Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical. 3. Maureen McCormick The Washington Times Maureen McCormick\u00a0is most widely known for portraying\u00a0Marcia Brady\u00a0on the ABC television series The Brady Bunch from 1969 to 1974. On October 14, 2008,\u00a0McCormick, 58, released her autobiography Here's the Story: Surviving\u00a0Marcia Brady\u00a0and Finding My True Voice, which debuted at number four on The New York Times Best Seller List and stayed on the list for three weeks. 4. Kirk Cameron The Washington Post Kirk Cameron, best known for his role as Mike Seaver on the television situation comedy "Growing Pains" (1985-92), performed in other television and film appearances as a child actor. 5. Jodie Foster The Washington Post Jodie Foster\u00a0began acting in commercials at the age of three, and her first significant role came in 1976 as a child prostitute in Taxi Driver (left), for which she received a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. She won an Academy Award for Best Actress in 1989, for playing a rape victim in The Accused. In 1991, she starred in The Silence of the Lambs as\u00a0Clarice Starling, a gifted FBI trainee, assisting in a hunt for a serial killer. This performance received international acclaim and her second Academy Award for Best Actress. She received her third Best Actress Academy Award nomination for playing a backwoods hermit in Nell (1994). Her other best-known work includes Contact (1997), Panic Room (2002), Flightplan (2005), Inside Man (2006) and The Brave One (2007).\u00a0Foster\u00a0made her directorial debut in 1991 with Little Man Tate; she also directed the films Home for the Holidays (1995) and The Beaver (2011). In addition to her two Academy Awards, she has won three BAFTA Awards, three Golden Globe Awards, the Cecil B DeMille Award, and a Screen Actors Guild Award. 6. Leonardo DiCaprio The Washington Post Before\u00a0Leonardo DiCaprio\u00a0became one of Hollywood's biggest stars, he was a recurring cast member on the\u00a0ABC\u00a0sitcom\u00a0Growing Pains, playing Luke Brower, a homeless boy who is taken in by the Seaver family. 7. Jaleel White The Washington Post Jaleel White\u00a0was cast in the role of Steve Urkel on the sitcom Family Matters in 1989. The character, which was originally intended to be a one-time guest appearance, was an instant hit with audiences and\u00a0White\u00a0became a regular cast member. The series aired for a total of nine seasons, from 1989 to 1997 on ABC, and from 1997 to 1998 on CBS. After Family Matters ended,\u00a0White\u00a0starred in the UPN series Grown Ups from 1999 to 2000. He later attended UCLA where he graduated with a degree in film and television in 2001. He has continued his acting career with roles in Dreamgirls (2006), and guest stints on Boston Legal, House, and Psych. In March 2012,\u00a0White\u00a0appeared as a contestant on season 14 of Dancing with the Stars and was voted off in May 2012. In April 2012,\u00a0White, 37, hosted the game show Total Blackout, which airs on the Syfy channel. Can you guess who is NEXT 8. Jerry O'Connell The Washington Post Jerry O'Connell\u00a0is best known for his roles as Vern Tessio in the film Stand by Me (left), Quinn Mallory in the TV series Sliders, Derek in Scream 2, Charlie Carbone in Kangaroo Jack, and Detective Woody Hoyt on the drama Crossing Jordan. On July 14, 2007, O'Connell\u00a0married actress and former model Rebecca Romijn. 9. Jonathan Lipnicki The Washington Post Jonathan Lipnicki\u00a0made his movie debut in 1996's Jerry Maguire as the son of Rene Zellweger's character. In 1999, he starred in the film Stuart Little, playing a boy whose family adopts a talking mouse, a role he reprised in the film's 2002 sequel.\u00a0Lipnicki\u00a0also played the lead role in the 2000 film, The Little Vampire and starred opposite Bow Wow in the 2002 theatrical film Like Mike, which was released two weeks before Stuart Little 2; both of the films did relatively well in theaters, and\u00a0Lipnicki, 23, has become known among pre-teen audiences, although he has not appeared in a widely released film since, focusing mostly on independent films. 10. Soleil Moon Frye The Washington Post Soleil Moon Frye\u00a0began her career as a child actor at the age of 2. When she was 7 years old,\u00a0Frye\u00a0won the role of\u00a0Penelope "Punky" Brewster\u00a0in the sitcom\u00a0Punky Brewster. After the series ended in 1988,\u00a0Frye\u00a0continued her career in guest spots on television and supporting roles in films. She attended The New School during the late 1990s, and directed her first film, Wild Horses, in 1998. In 2000, she joined the cast of Sabrina, the Teenage Witch as Roxie King, Sabrina Spellman's (Melissa Joan Hart) roommate, and close friend.\u00a0Frye\u00a0remained with the series until its end in April 2003. She has since continued her acting career working mainly as a voice actor.\u00a0Frye\u00a0also voiced Aseefa in the animated series Planet Sheen. In 1998,\u00a0Frye\u00a0married producer Jason Goldberg, with whom she has three children. She has since opened an organic specialty clothing shop for children, The Little Seed, in Los Angeles. She also hosts a blog and web series which focus on child rearing and women's issues. In 2011,\u00a0Frye\u00a0released her first book Happy Chaos: From\u00a0Punky\u00a0to Parenting and My Perfectly Imperfect Adventures in Between.\u00a0Frye, 38, is currently the host of Home Made Simple on the Oprah Winfrey Network. 11. Danica McKellar The Washington Times Danica McKellar\u00a0played Winnie Cooper on the television show The Wonder Years, and later wrote four non-fiction books: Math Doesn't Suck, Kiss My Math, Hot X: Algebra Exposed and Girls Get Curves: Geometry Takes Shape, which encourages middle-school and high school girls to have confidence and succeed in mathematics.\u00a0McKellar, 39 divorced from her husband in 2013. 12. Todd Bridges The Washington Post Todd Bridges\u00a0is best known for his childhood role as 'Willis' Jackson on the NBC\/ABC sitcom Diff'rent Strokes, and for his recurring role as Monk on the UPN\/CW sitcom, Everybody Hates Chris. He was a comedic commentator from 2008-2013 on the television series TruTV Presents: World's Dumbest... which airs on truTV. 13. Kristen Stewart The Washington Times Kristen Stewart starred in the film Panic Room (2002) left, Speak (2004), Zathura (2005), The Messengers (2007), Adventureland (2009), The Runaways (2010), Snow White and the Huntsman (2012), On the Road (2012), Camp X-Ray (2014) and Clouds of Sils Maria (2014). Stewart, 24, is best known for playing\u00a0Bella Swan\u00a0in The Twilight Saga film series and for her work in independent films. She will star in an adaptation of the book Still Alice and Equals, with both movies projected for release in 2015. She is also the face of Chanel and Balenciaga fashion brands. 14. Jerry Mathers The Washington Times Jerry Mathers\u00a0is best known for his role in the television sitcom series Leave It to Beaver (1957-1963), in which he played Theodore "Beaver" Cleaver.\u00a0Mathers, 66, was diagnosed with diabetes in 1996. On the advice of his doctor,\u00a0Mathers\u00a0enrolled in a weight loss program with Jenny Craig in May 1997 and lost over 40 pounds. He later became the first male spokesman for Jenny Craig. Click NEXT to see the rest... 15. Miley Cyrus The Washington Times Miley Cyrus\u00a0rose to prominence as a teen idol after being cast in the Disney Channel television series Hannah Montana, in which she portrayed the starring character, Miley Stewart.\u00a0Cyrus, 21, has had five non-consecutive number-one albums on the U.S. Billboard 200, two of which are soundtracks credited to her titular character Hannah Montana, and has earned numerous awards and nominations. In 2010,\u00a0Cyrus\u00a0ranked number thirteen on Forbes' Celebrity 100, and was named the "Most Charted Teenager" in the 2011 Guinness World Records with twenty-nine Billboard Hot 100 entries as of November 2009. In 2013, she was declared "Artist of the Year" by MTV. 16. Haley Joel Osment The Washington Times Haley Joel Osment\u00a0played a series of roles in television and film during the 1990s, including a small part in Forrest Gump playing the title character's son,\u00a0Osment\u00a0rose to fame with his performance as Cole Sear in M. Night Shyamalan's thriller film The Sixth Sense, which earned him a nomination for Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. He subsequently appeared in leading roles in several high-profile Hollywood films, including\u00a0Steven Spielberg's A.I. Artificial Intelligence and Mimi Leder's Pay It Forward. In 2013,\u00a0Osment, 26, appeared in a series of episodes of Amazon's Alpha House. He also co-starred in the Will Ferrell and Adam McKay-produced comedy melodrama miniseries The Spoils of Babylon for IFC. 17. Abigail Breslin The Washington Times Abigail Breslin\u00a0was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Little Miss Sunshine in 2006. Now 18 years of age, she most recently starred in August: Osage County (2013); The Call (2013); and Ender's Game (2013). 18. Dustin Diamond The Washington Times Dustin Diamond\u00a0an American actor, musician, director, and stand-up comedian is best known for his role as Samuel "Screech" Powers in the television shows Saved by the Bell. On an October 2012 interview,\u00a0Diamond, 37, confirmed that he had been married since 2009. He currently resides in Port Washington, Wisconsin. 19. Lindsay Lohan The Washington Times Lindsay Lohan\u00a0began her career as a child fashion model when she was three and was later featured on the soap opera Another World for a year when she was 10. At age 11,\u00a0Lohan\u00a0made her motion picture debut in Disney's remake of The Parent Trap (1998), a critical and commercial hit. Her next motion picture, Disney's remake of Freaky Friday (2003), was also a success at the box office and with critics. With the release of Mean Girls (2004), another critical and commercial success,\u00a0Lohan\u00a0became a household name and a frequent focus of paparazzi and tabloids. The two films earned her several MTV Movie Awards and Teen Choice Awards. In March 2013,\u00a0Lohan, 28, pled no contest to misdemeanor charges stemming from the June 2012 car accident; reckless driving and providing false information to a police officer. She was sentenced to community service, psychotherapy and lockdown rehabilitation. Her probation was also extended for another two years. Between May and July 2013\u00a0Lohan\u00a0spent 90 days in rehabilitation, after which she was ordered to remain in therapy until November 2014, when her next court appearance was scheduled. 20. Ben Savage The Washington Times Ben Savage\u00a0is best known for his role as\u00a0Cory Matthews\u00a0on the\u00a0ABC\u00a0sitcom\u00a0Boy Meets World\u00a0(1993-2000) and its Disney Channel sequel series Girl Meets World (2014). 21. Angus T. Jones The Washington Times Angus T. Jones\u00a0is best known for playing Jake Harper in the CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men, for which he had won two Young Artist and a TV Land Award during his 10-year tenure as one of the show's main characters. In November 2012,\u00a0Jones\u00a0made statements critical of Two and a Half Men. He said he was a "paid hypocrite" because his religious beliefs conflicted with his job as an actor in expressing the show's adult themes. In October 2012,\u00a0Jones, 20, described his path to a new faith in detail during an interview with Seventh-day Adventist-sponsored Voice of Prophecy radio program. In November, his views gained the attention of the media after\u00a0Jones\u00a0appeared in a video posted on the YouTube channel of ForeRunner Chronicles, an independent ministry run by Christopher Hudson. Click NEXT for more... 22. Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen Newsday The Olsen twins, 12, in their short-lived "Full House" follow-up, "Two of a Kind" (left) and, Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen pose backstage at the 2014 CFDA Fashion Awards at Alice Tully Hall in New York, on June 2, 2014. 23. Katie Holmes Newsday Katie Holmes arrives at the premiere of "American Pie 2" in Los Angeles, on Aug. 6, 2001 (left), and Katie Holmes at the Michael Kors Spring 2014 collection during New York Fashion Week, on Sept. 11, 2013. 24. Mayim Bialik Newsday Mayim Bialik, 14, stars in her second television series, NBC's "Blossom," in January of 1991 (left), and Mayim Bialik, who plays Amy on CBS' "Big Bang Theory," attends the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences' Performers Peer Group Reception at the Sheraton Universal Hotel in Los Angeles, on Aug. 20, 2012. 25. Scott Baio Newsday Scott Baio in "Joanie Loves Chachi," a spinoff of "Happy Days" that lasted for two seasons in the early 1980s (left), and Scott Baio at a Los Angeles press conference to kick off National Newborn Screening Awareness Month in 2008. 26. Michael J. Fox Newsday Michael J. Fox, in 1983, as conservative teenager Alex P. Keaton on the TV series "Family Ties" (left), and on Oct. 24, 2011. Struggling with Parkinson's for much of his life, Michael J. Fox founded the Michael J. Fox Foundation in pursuit of a cure. He still acts in addition to his activism. 27. Fred Savage Newsday Fred Savage stars as Kevin Arnold in "The Wonder Years" (1988-1993, left), and Fred Savage arrives at the 64th Annual Directors Guild of America Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday, Jan. 28, 2012. Fred Savage hasn't stopped acting, but his role as a director seems to be a focus as of late. He directed the 2007 film "Daddy Day Camp" starring Cuba Gooding Jr. and several episodes of the CBS sitcom "2 Broke Girls." 28. Ron Howard Newsday Ron Howard with Cindy Williams in George Lucas' 1973 film, "American Graffiti" (left), and Ron Howard attends the Tribeca Film Festival Vanity Fair party in New York, on 23, 2014. Ron Howard has evolved into one of the most respected directors in Hollywood.Click NEXT for the rest... 29. Rick Schroder Newsday Rick Schroder in his "Silver Spoon" days (left), and Rick Schroder in 2008's "Journey to the Center of the Earth." 30. Drew Barrymore Newsday Drew Barrymore in the 1982 classic "E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial" (left), and Drew Barrymore arrives at the LA Premiere of "Blended" held at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles, on May 21, 2014. Sources:\u00a0The Washington Times and\u00a0Newsday Related: Famous Women Of The 1960s: Then And Now Disney Princesses Then And Now Let us know who we missed. 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