From playing Opie to winning Oscars, Howard has come a long way since "The Andy Griffith Show."
She was once Laura Ingalls (Wilder) on "Little House on the Prairie," but most recently was spotted showing off her moves on "Dancing with the Stars."
While Patrick delighted us as little Eddie on "The Munsters," the actor spent much of his adult life struggling with addiction. He is now reportedly clean and sober.
Quinn was ten when she joined the '70s soap "Family." Now, at 45, she's written three successful books.
Mathers was just nine years old when "Leave It To Beaver" premiered. After the show ended in 1963, the Beav went on to join the Air National Guard.
After playing Linda in "The Danny Thomas Show" in the late '50s and early '60s, Cartwright went on to start a second career in photography.
The lovable Copage played Corey on the 1969 hit sitcom "Julia." Still based in L.A., he's a professional dancer and singer.
Loring (Wednesday Addams) hasn't lost her love of spiders. Now 55, she still makes appearances at horror conventions.
Thibodeaux played Little Ricky on "I Love Lucy" when he was six, and today runs Ballet Magnificat!, his wife's Christian ballet company.
After her role as Tabitha in "Bewitched," Murphy continued to model and act. Now 49, she's still acting.
After Bonaduce's stint as Danny on "The Partridge Family," he struggled with addiction and several failed marriages. His bad-boy persona, however, now lands him frequent radio host and reality TV gigs.
The star of "Dennis the Menace" was eight when he played Mr. Wilson's worst nightmare. After his acting career, North joined the Navy and founded A Minor Consideration, which counsels child stars.
The "Hey Dude" star, now 41, is married with two children. His next film, "The Last Best Place," is set to be released in 2014.
"The Wonder Years" rebel continued to act as an adult, appearing in "Wayne's World 2" and episodes of "Law & Order."
The tomboy of "Saved By the Bell" left acting in 2001 to become a wedding photographer.