10 Child Artists You Didn’t Know Passed Away

Charles Wellington 4 days ago

We all have always had our list of our favorite celebrities, and some of them are child artists, or probably of our age,
From the times when we were young’ er?
Here’s a list of the 10 probable-beloved of many who passed away at a young age:

1. Gary Coleman:

Best known as wisecracking Arnold Jackson on the hit TV Series ‘Diff’erent Strokes’.
He was a household name in the 1980s, with this famous catchphrase “What’chu Talkin’ ’bout Willis?'” being so catchy that it remained a legacy even after him leaving the show.
With chronic health problems that left him permanently stunted at 4’8″ and the parents and the agent who couldn’t exactly handle all the money properly left him miserable. Later he successfully sued his parents as he got older but didn’t properly recover from the losses.
In May 2010 the Forty-two years old actor suffered a fall in his home and died from a brain hemorrhage.

2. Dana Plato:

Appearing alongside Gary Coleman in the above TV series ‘Diff’rent Strokes’, Dana Plato was a familiar face in the houses of many from 1978 to 1986.
Despite acting being her career, she personally struggled with drug and alcohol addictions from the time she was Fourteen Years old.
She was removed from the series in 1984 when it was discovered that she was pregnant but later made a comeback regardless.
Her life took a downfall when her husband filed for a divorce and took custody of their son in the early 90s;
At the same time her mother passed away, and her accountant stole away most of her earnings.
In 1999 Thirty-Four years old Plato was found dead due to drug overdose, which was later ruled out as a suicide.

3. Corey Haim:

Making his first worldwide debut at the age of 10 in 1984 film Firstborn, the Canadian actor not prepared for the acting lifestyle began to rise through the ranks of Hollywood and landed some more roles.
The pressure of life in the limelight began to wear him off. However, he experimented with strong drugs from a young age and became addicted.
In March 2010 he was found unresponsive in the apartment, he shared with his mother and was proclaimed dead at the age of Thirty-Eight due to Pulmonary Congestion.
Many believed that he was sexually abused in the younger phase of life which reverted him into drugs, and thus ending his life eventually.

4. Josh Ryan Evans:

Josh Ryan was an American actor famous for his role in the soap opera ‘Passions’ at the age of 17 during the 1990s.
He played the role of Timmy, who was a doll shaped small boy. He suffered from a type of dwarfism, called Achondroplasia and hence he was only 3’2″ in height and had a boyish face for his age.
He later appeared in other famous movies like ‘How The Grinch Stole Christmas’.
At the age of twenty, he was undergoing surgery for Congenital Heart condition and passed during the procedure.

5. J. Madison Wright Morris:

More commonly known as Madison Wright was an American actress in the 1990s. She began her acting career at the age of 9 years old and was famous for her role as Sam Wallace in the movie named ‘Shiloh’.
In 1999, she decided to leave her acting career and move back to her family; at the age of 15, she underwent a heart transplant.
The surgery was a success and she went on to obtain her teaching credentials and later married Joseph Morris in the year 2006.
Sadly, she suffered a heart attack while on her honeymoon and passed away at the age of Twenty-One.

6. Michelle Thomas:

Miss Talented Teen New Jersey in the year of 1984, Michelle was popular from a young age.
Her acting career took off in 1988 when she portrayed JustinePhilips on ‘The Cosby Show’.
She later appeared in many TV series and music videos during the late 1980s and 90s.
In 1997 Michelle was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer and subsequently underwent surgery to remove a tumor; however the cancer was uncontrollable, and she died in 1998, surrounded by her friends and family.

7. Matthew Garber:

Being a child of two stage actors, Garber had a bit of hand up when it came to casting.
At the age of Seven, he made his first screen debut in Disney’s ‘The Three Lives of Thomasina’, that same year was cast in another movie.
In 1976 it was discovered that he had been infected with Hepatitis while his visit to India, that affected his pancreas before he could return back to London.
At the age of 21, he passed away due to the same infection.

8. Judith Barsi:

One of the well-known American actress, famous for providing voices of Ducky in ‘The Land Before Time’ and Anne-Marrie in ‘All Dogs Go to Heaven.’
She also appeared in several commercial and TV shows.
Though her mother supported her success, her father became angry and became a heavy drinker.
He would threaten to kill Judith and her mother regularly;
Judith’s mother began to consider leaving her husband but, in 1988 her father went on through with the threat and shot Judith in the head while she slept, before murdering her mother.

9. Brittany Murphy:

After taking acting and dancing lesson since she was 4,
her supportive mother moved to Los Angeles in 1991 from Edison, New Jersey.
Her rise came after her second movie, ‘Clueless’ in 1995;
In the early 2000s, Murphy dropped a large amount of weight and rumors of her consuming Cocaine, began to surface.
In December 2009 she was rushed to the hospital following a fall in her home at Los Angeles.
She died at the hospital, and the cause of the death was ruled as Pneumonia with secondary factors of drug overdose.

10. River Phoenix:

Went on to being a teen idol for young Americans by his famous role in ‘Stand By Me’.
Being a vegan himself, he supported animals right and was an environmentalist with his certain interests in music.
On October 31, 1993, he was pronounced dead of drug overdose;
He hadn’t been known to do drugs so, many were surprised, and his death was widely publicized.

May all these beautiful talents Rest in Peace.

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10 Countries To Make The Traveller In You Feel Rich

Alexane mathew 5 days ago


International destinations have for long been the most exotic and sought after since the very beginning of times, a few years back it would be an accomplishment if you really got to travel to places where most people considered you as a “foreigner”. International travel is always heavy on the budget and hence people aren’t quite able to make the most of their experience, but not anymore because here are the 10 exotic international locations that will lift up your spirit without sinking your pockets


1: Coasta Rica

The currency of Costa Rica is called colons, no literally And $1 = 571 colons, while you process this information along with that of yourself sipping Virgin-Mary on the Caribbean island let us move on to our next destination

2: Hungary

Hungarians are known to be the most charming people, and you can admire this quality they posses while you are walking through the famous Budapest spending as low as $10 on Hotel rooms that come fully furnished because $1 = 276.86 forint

3: Cambodia

Ascend into the realm of god, Angkor Wat and descend into the realms of hell, Tuol Sleng Prison with a history that is both exciting but depressing Cambodia is guaranteed to make you feel important, brimming with history and culture $1 = 4093 Riel.

4: Paraguay

The cheapest country in the world, offers everything from food to drink at prices that are as unbelievable as the election of the U.S. President was, the beer is so cheap you would feel like you are drinking Pepsi from a can $1 = 5571 Guarani

5: Vietnam

Did you know mushroom shakes were a thing? Or that if you look at it long enough, you might see the fish on your plate moving a little? Welcome to Vietnam where you can soak up in the scenic beauty and calm your nerves because you are doing it for dirt cheap as $1 = 22725 Dong

6: Pakistan

To give your travel the extra edge if none of these beautiful destinations thrill you enough visit this beautiful country where the world famous kebabs and chicken you can wear will thrill you enough. $1 =104 Pakistani Rupee

7: India

Soaked in culture and spicy food, India has been on most of your bucket list, one more reason to visit it would be how you could finance most of your traveling around here by saving a few months pocket money Because $1 = 60 Indian rupees

8: Mexico

If you have ever thought about visiting Mexico the time is now! With spending as low as two dollars per day you could enjoy the beautiful life and the amazing cuisine Mexico has to offer. It is  a backpacker’s most value for money destination $1 = 18.16 pesos

9: Morocco

Just a stone’s  throw away from Europe this North American country offers the exquisite luxury for 1/3rd of the price, sit back and enjoy the famous Moroccan coffee and dates as you surprise yourself with all the money you saved because $1 = 9.78 dirham

10: Indonesia

If you haven’t heard of this Asian country with beaches and elephants and spewing volcanoes you have been living under a rock, Indonesia is so extremely beautiful that myth exists that it was and still is resided by gods. Not all Indonesian places are cheap but Komodo, Lombok and Java are some places you must visit. $1 = 13324 Indonesian rupiah

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Jenny mathew 6 days ago

    Saturday morning, a bowl of cereal and a marathon of our favorite cartoon show, ah! Every child’s dream comes true. Let’s settle this once and for all, nineties cartoon were the best and the most classic, compared to today’s TV shows nineties cartoons would give them a run for their money. This might be the most important post of your childhood, how many have you watched?

  1. DUCKTALES                Based on the adventures of Scrooge McDuck or like we used to call him Uncle Scrooge and his three grandnephews namely Huey, Dewey and Louie, this one had us glued to our TV sets.


  2. POPEYE THE SAILORMAN                                                                                                                           The favorite couple from childhood, Popeye and Olive Oil. Oh and how we despised Bluto and his evil shenanigans. On one hand there was wimpy eating burger after burger and on the other hand, Popeye taught us to eat spinach and be strong.

  3. POWERPUFF GIRLS           Blossom, bubbles and buttercup were always to the rescue, balancing their lives between being regular girls and to saving the city from disasters. Mojo Jojo’s conspiracies were always on the roll, but these girls were ‘sugar, spice and everything nice.’

  4. JOHNNY BRAVO                                                                                                                                           Oh mama! Bravo was one hell of a dimwitted womanizer and we loved him in spite of that. It was heartbreaking yet so funny to watch him get bullied and spanked all the time, but did he lose hope? NEVER.

  5. THE FLINTSTONES                                                                                                                                        This Stone Age family was major goals, from Barney’s and Fred’s perfect friendship to having the cutest pet, Dino. From start till the end it was a big roller coaster. We all secretly loved their car and envied them for being so perfect.

  6. RECESS                     Are you even a nineties kid if you haven’t tried out T.J’s tricks and not named your actual friends as characters of this cartoon. I know I have, talk about guilty pleasures. This cartoon’s frequency truly matched with our wavelengths.


  7. GARFIELD AND FRIENDS                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  A fat, lazy, sarcastic cat who loves to eat lasagna, sleeps and hates Mondays, talk of the adult life I am living. This one resonated with adults too.


  8. TOM AND JERRY              Tom and Jerry still has our heart; this one comes to our mind first when we think of any cartoons. Comic fights between a house cat Tom and a very clever mouse, we always chose sides on who would win. It always had us in peals of laughter.

  9.    SCOOBY DOOBY DOO                                        We all have hummed to the theme song of this cartoon. It came to a point where we actually wanted to have Scooby as our pet. A gang of friends traveling in their mystery machine to solve mysteries, what’s not to like?


  10. POKEMON                 If only we could visit the land of Pokémon’s and get a Jigglypuff or a Pikachu for yourself. Sigh. This was not just a cartoon it spread to video games, trump cards, play toys and what not. All kids dream of being a Pokémon trainer as good as ash.



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