Although Hollywood wishes its stars could be ageless and look the same in the camera forever, the fact of the matter is that people grow up.
Whether some celebrities have peaked decades ago or are just hitting their A-list status now, this list will show rare images of celebrities then and now.
In an interview with Oprah, the NYPD Blue alum said: "I joke with my kids, 'You know, Dad wasn't as big as Justin Bieber, but Dad was pretty big when he was 15!
'" Another core member of what was known as the Brat Pack, after making her film debut in 1983's Bad Boys, Sheedy went on to star in War Games, The Breakfast Club, St.
She still acts today and is married to Brian Henson, the oldest son of Jim Henson, creator of the Muppets.
Born in 1968, Molly Kathleen Ringwald is easily one of the most iconic faces of the 80’s.
She has now released a total of 6 albums and appeared in multiple hit movies such as “A Walk To Remember,” “Because I Said So,” “License To Wed” and “Tangled.” She currently stars in the NBC drama “This Is Us.” Born in 1967, Mia Sara went became the star of one of the most memorable films of the 1980’s.The 1986 film Ferris Bueller’s Day Off ensured no one could forget her, and she was in a number of other films following up that great success.One of her other most notable roles was in the 1994 film Time cop, for which she won a Saturn Award.In the late 90s, she solidified her fame by landing a featured role in the “I Know What You Did Last Summer” franchise.From 2005 to 2010, Hewitt starred on the CBS series “Ghost Whisperer,” which she also acted as Producer.
Set to be released in 2017, she is writing and directing an indie comedy film titled “The Space Between.” Calista Flockhart was best known for her portrayal of the title role in the TV series, “Ally Mc Beal.” The somewhat neurotic lawyer, Ally, was a career driven women on the road to find love.