Join us for a look at where some of your favorite '80s child stars are today.
Emmanuel Lewis is fondly remembered as the title character in the '80s sitcom "Webster." Find out where he and other '80s child stars are today.
Lewis' career slowed after "Webster." He appeared as himself in "Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star" and in 2007 he was in "Kickin It Old Skool" (pictured) and the reality TV series "The Surreal Life: Fame Games."
We first got to know Corey Feldman in the movies "Stand By Me" (pictured), "The Lost Boys," "Gremlins" and "License To Drive."
Unlike many child actors, he's found steady work as an actor and has appeared in more than 80 films in his career.
Tracey Gold became a popular teen star in the 1980s playing Carol Seaver (at left) on the hit sitcom "Growing Pains."
Through much of that time, Gold battled anorexia, which she has since conquered. She starred in a 1994 TV movie about the subject, "For The Love Of Nancy."
Mackenzie Phillips starred as boy-crazy teenager Julie Cooper Horvath (left) on "One Day At A Time."
However, she was eventually fired from the show in 1980 because of drug and alcohol abuse. She appeared on the third season of "Celebrity Rehab" in 2010.
Dustin Diamond starred as lovable geek Screech on "Saved By The Bell" from 1989 to 1993 and in several follow-up movies.
He's since found work as a standup comedian. He also was known for selling T-shirts in 2006 in an effort to save his house from foreclosure.
Gary Coleman starred as one of the most memorable TV kids ever -- Arnold Jackson on "Diff'rent Strokes." His "Whatcha talking about, Willis?" catchphrase became a part of American culture.
But Coleman had financial troubles later in life. In a TV interview, he said he had attempted suicide twice. He also had numerous health issues and died of an epidural hematoma in 2010.
Kirk Cameron also starred in the sitcom "Growing Pains" as teen heartthrob Mike Seaver (second from right).
Cameron became an active Christian evangelist and portrays Cameron "Buck" Williams in the "Left Behind" film series.
Few people have spent more of their lives in front of cameras than Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen. They started their career playing the same character, Michelle Tanner, on "Full House."
After the show, they began merchandising their image and are now among the richest women in the entertainment industry.
"The Wonder Years" introduced us to Fred Savage from 1988 to 1993. He also played the grandson in "The Princess Bride."
Savage has found more success behind the camera than in front of it as an adult. He now directs and produces TV series, including episodes of "Ugly Betty" and "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia."
The show also featured Danica McKellar as "Winnie Cooper," everybody's favorite girl next door.
McKellar, now 37, went on to graduate with honors from UCLA with a math degree and has written several books on mathematics. She's also returned to acting, including bit parts on TV and doing voice work for animated shows.
Stacy Ferguson wowed children with her voice from 1984 to 1989 on the Disney Channel series "Kids Incorporated."
But you may know her better now as Fergie, the singer, songwriter, rapper, fashion designer, actress and member of The Black Eyed Peas.
Soleil Moon Frye (lower right) played the title character in "Punky Brewster," which ran from 1984 to 1988.
Frye, now 36, has continued to act, including a recurring role in "Sabrina, The Teenage Witch," and keeps busy with voice work, including "Bratz," "Robot Chicken" and "Planet Sheen."
Ricky Schroeder was everybody's favorite rich kid on the 1982-87 sitcom "Silver Spoons."
Now 42, Schroeder has shed his childhood image, thanks to roles on "NYPD Blue, "Lonesome Dove," "Scrubs" and "24." In 2010, he guest-starred in an episode of ABC's "No Ordinary Family" and played himself in the comedy "Get Him to the Greek."
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