From the stars of your favorite '90s shows like Salute Your Shorts, Step by Step, and Full House, to the children of celebrities who've been in the public eye since they were babies, these celebrity kids are now all grown up! You may still think of these kid celebrities as the tiny tykes they used to be, but these pictures prove that even famous people get older.
Where would Hollywood be without the childhood stars? While some young actors go on to become even bigger actors (think: Jodi Foster and Drew Barrymore) other seem to just fade into the mist... or they become voice actors like Jason Marsden (Step by Step, A Goofy Movie) and Danny Cooksey (Salute Your Shorts).Our list of celebrity kids includes childhood stars, along with the kids of famous people (like Steve Irwin's daughter Bindi). Whatever happened to Jonathan Lipnicki (that cute kid from Jerry Maguire? Or Chunk from The Goonies? What does Matilda's Mara Wilson look like now? Well, you'll just have to take a trip down memory lane and scroll through our list of celebrity kids who are all grown up.
Everyone will always know Jonathan Lipnicki as the kid from Jerry Maguire, but he's definitely come a long way since those over-sized glasses. He's still acting and just finished shooting a few films to be released in late 2015. see more on Jonathan Lipnicki
The now 17-year-old Bindi Irwin is all grown up, but she still continues in her dad's footsteps, working with animals and educating people about the importance of wildlife conservation.
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Mara Wilson is best known for her roles in Mrs. Doubtfire and Matilda. After getting out of the acting biz for good, she attended New York University and is pursuing a writing career.
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Danny Tamberelli is probably best known for his role as the younger Pete in The Adventures of Pete and Pete, but he also appeared in The Babysitters Club and All That, as well as numerous commercials. He's gone on to voice numerous characters, including Jimmy De Santa in Grand Theft Auto V. see more on Dan Tamberelli