Now: RadarOnline recently reported that Moran had fallen on hard times, being kicked out of the Indiana trailer park where she lived after being evicted from her California home. The star has battled drinking and other demons since her days on TV.
Erin Moran is not the only person these days who find themselves out of work and homeless. Having her misfortunes broadcast just adds "loss of privacy" to her painful burden. Same can be said for many of the "where are they now" celebs especially those who were child celebs.
Thanks for entertaining me when you were on TV but being an A list TV celeb is not the pinnacle of success. Congratulation to those who ventured out to do other things. Most people don't stick to one career in the "real world". Why should we expect it in the "hollyworld"? I pray that all these actorss from the past move on and be blessed with lives filled with work which is meaningful & rewarding to them. Being regularly visible on the big or small screen is not necessary for your success. Go live contented lives.
All these people are stars in my eyes. It is just not possible for all people who act and get to play in a role for awhile to become fantastic movie stars. I am quite appreciative of them all. i enjoyed their acting.
Pitty they failed to mention that he has continued a career in film and as is also an author. Kirk Cameron is a born again Christian and has starred in the film Fireproof. An excellent film!
Holy CRAP! Who researches this stuff?
Mayim Bialik is Sheldon Cooper's girlfriend Amy Fairfowler on Big Bang Theory!
Wow...use IMDB once in a while.
It makes you think: What is so Fabulous about Hollywood?..besides the Big Sign!
Katie Price has finally revealed the name of her daughter six weeks after she was born. The former glamour model has chosen the name Bunny for her bund... More Katie Price has finally revealed the name of her daughter six weeks after she was born. The former glamour model has chosen the name Bunny for her bundle of joy and also chose to break the happy news in her column for OK! Magazine.
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