ATTENTION: This is a rant-filled, longer than usual article.
The disgusting habit of the industry, media, and fans overstepping their boundaries with child stars has been happening since, well, forever. 627 more words
If you ever watched Hannah Montana (don’t look at me like that, you were probably guilty of it at one point). If so, then you’ll recall the character of Oliver Oken, played by Mitchel Musso. 383 more words
Traditionally, anyone who wanted to become famous in America had to succeed in one of three fields: Hollywood acting, the music industry, or professional modeling. Becoming famous usually required going through Hollywood or a record label, and the road to fame was competitive and difficult. 996 more words
By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca
Pompeii, L.A. (Stage 3, Walterdale Theatre)
Exposés of the arsonist Hollywood machine that makes, then torches, its child stars, ashes to ashes, are a dime a dozen, onstage and screen. 391 more words
It’s often said that child stars can go either way. They either go onto adult stardom or go down the route of self-destruction. Sometimes it can be a mix of the two, yet many can make it to adulthood notice successfully. 31 more words