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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

Margaret O'Brien is an American film, television and stage actress. Beginning a prolific career as child actress in features films at the age of four, O'Brien became one of the most popular child stars in cinema history, and was honored with a Juvenile Academy Award as the outstanding child actress of 1944. In her later career, she appeared on television, on stage, and in supporting film roles.

Dorothy Adelle DeBorba was an American former child actress who was a regular in the Our Gang series of short subjects as the leading lady from 1930 to 1933

Jean Darling was an American child actress who was a regular in the Our Gang short subjects series from 1927 to 1929. She is the last surviving cast member from the silent era. She has also acted on Stage and the radio, and written mystery stories

Catherine "kittens" Reichert was an American child actress in silent films. Her film career started in 1914, playing supporting juvenile roles to many of Filmdom's biggest stars, including Theda Bara, Pauline Frederick and Willian Farrum. Her career effectively ended when she was 9 in 1919 because her family did no want to move to California, where the film industry had shifted, though she did make a further appearance in So's Your Old Man (1926),starring W C Fields

Marie Eline was an American silent film child actress and sister of Grace Eline. Nicknamed The Thanhouser Kid she began acting for the Thanhouser Company in New Rochell, New York at the age of 8 and starred in exactly 100 films between 1910 and 1914