Why Child Stars 'Go Crazy,' From the Perspective of Insider Mara Wilson

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Why Child Stars 'Go Crazy,' From the Perspective of Insider Mara Wilson

by The Insider 2:07 mins

Why Child Stars 'Go Crazy,' From the Perspective of Insider Mara Wilson

by The Insider 2:07 mins

In light of Amanda Bynes's recent arrest, one former child star is speaking out about why child actors have a tendency to get into trouble later in life. You may remember Mara Wilson as the adorable 6-year-old who made your heart melt in "Mrs. Doubtfire." But after starring in movies as a kid, she stepped out of the limelight to attend New York University, a choice she made because she "knew [she] didn't want to be famous."

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