Brooke Shields is an American actress, model and former child star. Initially a child model, Shields gained critical acclaim for her leading role in Louis Malle's controversial film Pretty Baby (1978), in which she played a child prostitute in New Orleans. The role garnered Shields widespread notoriety, and she continued to model into her late teenage years and starred in several dramas in the 1980s, including The Blue Lagoon (1980), and Franco Zeffirelli's Endless Love (1981)
Jackie Searl was an American child actor who began performing on radio at the age of 3. His first movie role was in Daughters of Desire (1929) followed by Tom Sawyer (1930) and Huckleberry Finn in 1931. Searl was especially known for playing bratty kids, and often had only small roles, such as "Robin Figg" in 1934s Strictly Dynamite. Notable films in which he appeared include Skippy, High Gear, Peck's Bad Boy, Great Expectations, and Little Lord Fauntleroy
Peggy Ann Garner was an American actress. A successful child actress, Garner played her first film role in 1938 and won the Academy Juvenile Award for her work in A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (1945). Featured roles in such films as Black Widow (1954) did not further her attempts to establish herself in mature film roles, and although she progressed to theatrical work, she made relatively few acting appearances as an adult
Mitch Vogel is an American former child actor. Beginning his professional acting career at the age of ten, Vogel is perhaps best known for his role as the red-headed orphan, Jamie Hunter-Cartwright on the NBC western series Bonanza, as well as for his feature film roles, as Tommy North in Yours, Mine and Ours (1968) and as Lucius McCaslin in The Reivers (1969).
Lana Turner - Billy Wilkerson of The Hollywood Reporter found her sipping a Coke in a drugstore and was so taken by her he blurted out that standard Hollywood line, "How'd you like to be in pictures?". Her first role, sure enough, had her in a tight skirt and even tighter sweater sitting at a drugstore counter.
"Beautiful stage and film actress Margaret Lockwood (1916-1990) was the female lead of the early Hitchcock classic The Lady Vanishes (1938). In the 1940’s she became Britain's leading box-office star specializing in beautiful but diabolical adventuresses."