As the lead of Netflix film “Beasts of No Nation,” Attah shows strong promise as the child solder Agu fighting in a civil war somewhere in Africa.
Attah is also expected to play in “Spider-Man: Homecoming.”
The young star who took the comedy world by storm at age 4 has grown up with her character, Lily Tucker-Pritchett, on “Modern Family.”
A veteran of the small screen, with gigs in multiple Disney shows and films, Madison most recently starred in ABC Family’s “The Fosters,” and ABC’s “Once Upon A Time.”
As part of this generation’s core group of Disney Channel stars, Boyce has landed title roles in two of the network’s shows, as well as the role of Cruella de Vil’s son in the Disney Channel movie “The Descendants.”
Although Canadian actor, Finn Wolfhard had an acting career before “Stranger Things,” it was the Netflix series that propelled him into the limelight. The series won a SAG award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series.
The actor appeared in “Smurfs 2” and “Before I Wake” before landing the role of a boy born and raised in a tiny backyard shed with his abducted mother in “Room.” Tremblay earned a SAG Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor.
Though starring as Don Draper’s son Bobby in “Mad Men” was his claim to fame, Gilmore is most well-known as the plot-driving Henry Mills in “Once Upon a Time.”
Audiences are familiar with this doe-eyed child star based on her roles in “Ramona and Beezus,” “Crazy, Stupid, Love,” and “Wish I Was Here.” She will star in two of 2016’s most anticipated films, “Stargirl” and “Independence Day: Resurgence.”
The star has scored coveted roles as Renesmee in “Breaking Dawn” and a young Murph in “Interstellar.”
Charles has taken on a variety of roles in his five-year career — from voicing Sherman in “Peabody and Sherman” to starring as Bradley Cooper‘s son in “American Sniper” — and he’s not even a teenager yet.
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Millie Bobbie Brown made her acting debut on the popular ABC show “Once Upon a Time” as Young Alice. She rose to stardom when she played the role of Eleven on Netflix’s “Stranger Things.”
The youngest ever Best Supporting Actress Oscar nominee for “Beast of the Southern Wild” at age 9, Wallis went on to appear in films like “12 Years a Slave” and “Annie.” Find her next in “Fathers and Daughters” alongside Amanda Seyfried and Russell Crowe.
Chand has already landed big-time films like “Lone Survivor” and “The Hundred-Foot Journey,” but the young actor is on the verge of the biggest role of his career so far — Mowgli in the live-action reincarnation of “The Jungle Book: Origins.”
As the face of “Girl Meets World,” a spinoff of the ’90s sitcom, Blanchard plays Corey Matthews’ daughter, who embodies the quirk and charm of her father’s teenage self.
Giambrone has filled some big shoes as the 11-year-old reincarnation of “The Goldbergs” show creator Adam Goldberg.
Best known for her role as Katniss’ younger sister Prim in “The Hunger Games” franchise, Shields recently took the stage for Season 20 of “Dancing With the Stars.”