Strict Rules For Hollywood Child Actors

Hollywood Child Actors Have To Follow Rules On Set And In Their Personal Life While Filming
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Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a child star? It may seem like a great way to get a jump start on your Hollywood career but in some cases it’s ways more trouble than it’s worth. Today we’re going to talk about some of the strict rules these kids are expected to follow and we’ll explain why twins like Mary Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen and Dylan Sprouse and Cole Sprouse have such an advantage over their peers. Disney stars often have their own rules to follow and actress Bella Thorne once found herself in hot water with the company as a result. We’ll also talk about some of the surprising challenges Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint faced on the set of the Harry Potter franchise. Not to mention Millie Bobby Brown and her co-stars on Stranger Things set.

After learning about the Coogan Act and other protections in place for these actors what do you think about letting kids participate in the entertainment industry? Let us know what you think in the comment section and then click on the subscribe button to get the latest videos from us here at TheTalko.

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28 Replies to “Strict Rules For Hollywood Child Actors”

  1. AnimeWolf

    I’ve always wanted to act (eve tho there are some dark sides) but my father won’t let me try so I have to wait until I turn 18

  2. Izzwizz Films

    So basically you have to be the legal age to be able to get the money and when u turn the legal age you get an ID so I can get the money when I turn 18,Ha! I love Australia

  3. Cadence James

    Parents shouldn’t be aloud to take their children’s money. It’s stealing, and it’s disgusting. That is your child not a money maker.

  4. Shays my Name

    Math, science and literary courses…hmmm…cuz thw SOCIAL STUDIES & HISTORY WAS ALL A LIE, SO WHY TEACH THEM WHAT THAT…U WILL SHORTLY BE A PART OF AS WELL, since they are all being indoctrinated to be witches & wizard & warlords & demonites

  5. Erin P.

    Venessa Hudgens WAS a teenager playing a teenager. 8 TEEN. Maybe don’t steal someone’s private photos and share them with the world.

  6. Emilie Erdbeer

    Did she really just tell us that working hours for child actors actually got worse – let them work for + 1h each day (who cares about the break in the middle)? They are still children, they should have a normal childhood. Look at all those teen actors acting up, because they needed to break free…

  7. KiraMajeric

    My child wants to be an actor. There is a lot on a set that protects her. Granted she has only been on set once, she was well taken care of. It was a lot of play for the kids. As for the account, I like that 15% is set aside. But the rest is still hers. We are setting aside a portion for taxes, a portion for her expenses in her work and making sure she know how to spend and save by allowing her to budget for toys, trips and treats. It is awful how some parents take advantage of their kids…..

  8. Lynsey Marron Camille

    The young actors are being sold by there parents, the young actors are being bribed by producers and executives sounds liked they are being bribed by peodophiles

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