What Became Of Your Favorite Child Stars From The ’50s To '70s

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1. Keith Thibodeaux: I Love Lucy just wouldn’t have been the same without Little Ricky. 

2. Jay North: Dennis the Menace might be better known to today’s kids as a cartoon character.

3. Jerry Mathers: Sioux City native Jerry Mathers started his professional career when he was just two years old.

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4. Butch Patrick: Little Eddie Munster wasn’t your average schoolboy, but a werewolf.

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5. Ron Howard: Ron Howard is arguably one of the most successful child stars on the planet. 

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6. Jon Provost: What’s that, Lassie? Little Timmy went on to become a real estate agent?

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7. Lauren Chapin: Lauren Chapin may have played a character who’s family life was bared for all to see in 1954’s.

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8. Hayley Mills: Hayley Mills was 13 when she was cast as the titular character in Disney’s Pollyanna. 

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9. Tatum O’Neal: Tatum O’Neal holds the distinction of being the youngest person to ever win a competitive Oscar.

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10. Jodie Foster: Of all the members of this list, Jodie Foster is one of the most successful, career-wise.

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11. Peter Ostrum: Peter Ostrum played the role of Charlie in the hit movie, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.

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12. Brooke Shields: Brooke Shields burst onto the scene with her provocative role in Pretty Baby.

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13. Lance Kerwin: Lance Kerwin has had a less-than-stellar career after acting. 

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