Former Child Stars That Kept It Together And Are Still Famous Today

Anna Paquin

Anna Paquin became the second youngest Oscar winner of all time when she won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in 1993 when she was just 11 years old. The award was for her portrayal of Flora in The Piano, a role she landed despite her lack of acting experience. She added to her credits as a child star with roles in Fly Away home, Almost Famous, A Walk on the Moon, and The Member of the Wedding.

She tackled the role of superhero Rogue in the X-Men movie franchise and continued to rack up acting awards as a young adult, appearing in The Good Dinosaur, Tell It To the Bees, The Irishman, and Margaret.
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