April 25, 2012 11:30 AM | By Michaela Sinclair, special to MSN TV
TV's 25 hottest stars under 25

Kaitlyn Dever, 15

Kaitlyn Dever, Eve Baxter, Last Man Standing, Justified (© Craig Sjodin / ABC / Courtesy: Everett Collection)
  • Kaitlyn Dever, Eve Baxter, Last Man Standing, Justified (© Craig Sjodin / ABC / Courtesy: Everett Collection)
  • Dylan Minnette with Jason Isaacs on NBC's Awake (© NBC)
  • Shenae Grimes, 90210 (© Michael Desmond/CW Network/courtesy Everett Collection)
  • Ashley Rickards, Awkward (© MTV)
  • Britt Robertson, Life Unexpected, The Secret Circle (© The CW/CP images)
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Best know as: Eve Baxter on Last Man Standing
Kaitlyn Dever proves she can hold her own against sitcom veterans like Tim Allen and Nancy Travis playing their youngest daughter Eve Baxter on Last Man Standing. Her television experience includes a recurring role on the gritty Justified.

Apr 26, 2012 6:46AM
Wow...  I am not sure what this article is really about but I don't feel it's all about talent...  What about all the other shows?  I agree with "Fandoms" comment.  Game of Thrones has an AMAZING cast with talent, need I mention Arya Stark (played by Maisie Williams), she is fantastic!  And even "King" prince Joffrey Baratheon (played by Jack Gleeson), he plays his evil character incredibly to the T, just to name a few.   Another great series is "The Borgia", I personally think "Lucrezia Borgia"  (played by Holliday Grainger) will be someone to look for.  These are young actors with Talent and should not be overlooked.  Smile 
Apr 26, 2012 12:23AM

What about all of the young actors from Game of Thrones? They're all very talented and will really be the kids to watch. They're going somewhere fast.

Apr 26, 2012 7:57PM
People, get over yourselves, stop talking about race as if that's all that matters. It's time for people to stop clasifying themselves as black or white, we're all people... I really don't care whether they choose them all white, all black, whatever other race classification or a "diversity".
Apr 26, 2012 2:05PM
I have to agree with the comment made by Mish77. MSN and all other media sends the wrong message. Nice to know there is someone out there that thinks like me.
Apr 26, 2012 9:30AM
This list should be called TV's hottest white stars under 25...surely television has more diversity than this list demonstrates and if not, networks need to take a serious look at the racial makeup of their shows. I'm sure that these actors are talented and wonderful, but MSN couldn't find ANY non-white stars under 25 to feature in this article? It's 2012, MSN...time to do better
Apr 25, 2012 11:11PM
I do believe that Ed Westwick is an amazing actor and I wish him all the best in the future. He is a very talented actor and absolutely plays his given characters perfectly. I am a Huge Fan and always will be...Love you Ed Westwick Red lips
Apr 26, 2012 6:51PM
I think a person should  be disqualified from writing an article like this if they only watch "network" television and MTV. The dude from Weeds and.....that's it? Emmy Rossum is 25. Anyone under 25 from the Game of Thrones.
Apr 26, 2012 3:12PM

Is this MSN or 'Seventeen' magazine?  Maisie Williams (Arya on Game of Thrones) puts most of them to shame. Jack Gleeson(Joffrey) as well.  There are a few genuine talents on the list but there are also several that I have never heard of and likely never will for good reason.  As someone else has already mentioned there is no racial diversity to this group either.  Ralph Macchio is and always will be the Karate Kid but even Jaden Smith has more talent than most of these tweenie-boppers. MSN cements itself a social media site for upper-middle class caucasians and nothing more, once again(I'm white btw).  Entertainment tonight much?  Boo-urns.

Apr 26, 2012 12:18PM
I think Emily is a great actress and I have enjoyed watching her on Brothers and Sisters and am totally excited about the Revenge show.  I wish her all the success in future roles.
Apr 26, 2012 1:31PM
I'm bothered that Leighton Meester isn't on this list. She outshines Blake Lively in every scene they shoot together for Gossip Girl and her character has evolved with the role and Blake Lively's character has remained the same throughout the whole series.
Apr 26, 2012 9:39AM

why all oof a sudden,stories are blocked from MSN.I really dont like this


Apr 26, 2012 4:16PM
I love Lucy Hale so much.But I think Selena Gomez should have been on there. And mebe Josh Hutcherson
May 21, 2012 11:57AM
I think u forgot the most amazing talented actress under 25,and that would be Saoirse Ronan. She outshinnes anyone!! Jussayin...
Apr 26, 2012 5:38PM
What a terrible list. Their are plenty of actors/actresses 25 and under who aren't just white. As others have mentioned: No racial diversity included.
Try again.
Apr 26, 2012 2:18PM
ummmmmmm over 20 of them are ugly like seriously lol such a joke... and the guys are as ugly as the guy from twlight
Apr 26, 2012 7:33AM

This young lady sparked my eyes the firs ttime I saw her on Castle. I do not watch the show on a regular basis but at times catch a few minutes while surfing with my rabbit ears connection.

Ahhh, the illusive redheads I've never had the opportunity to get close to. No, she did not excite me folks but made me wish.

Just, very pretty and desirable.

I wish her all the best in life. 

Wish she was one of my students!

The redhead on the Mentalist also stired my senses at first but recently they made her character a frustrated one.

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