Drew Barrymore, 24
Actor. At 7, played Gertie in E.T. At 16, published autobiography recounting early drug and alcohol abuse. Reportedly had affair with Jane and Sassy founder Jane Pratt. Now Hollywood’s flower child; spokeswoman for female condom. Produced and starred in Never Been Kissed and upcoming Charlie’s Angels.

Jennifer Capriati, 23
Tennis superstar. Went pro at unprecedented 13 when Women?s Tennis Council bent rules for her. Olympic Gold medalist two years later. Arrested for shoplifting in ’93 and marijuana in ’94. Back in the game–recently skunked Monica Seles.

Elizabeth Berkley, 27
Actor. From brainiac Jessie on kiddie sitcom Saved by the Bell to Nomi in sorely misinterpreted (she says) movie parody of Las Vegas, Showgirls. Most recently appeared in Any Given Sunday with Al Pacino and Cameron Diaz.

Debbie Gibson, 29
Singer. After pop hits “Foolish Beat” and “Lost in Your Eyes,” ditched the ugly hat, changed name back to “Deborah” and starred in Broadway’s Les Miserables and London’s Grease. Upcoming sitcom Maggie Bloom postponed from fall 2000.

Brooke Shields, 34
Actor, model. Played teen prostitute in 1978’s Pretty Baby. Breck shampoo girl; Princeton grad. TV ad with her as a teen saying “nothing” came between her and her Jordach Jeans pulled. Brief marriage to Andre Agassi resulted in bad tennis matches and plummeting ratings. Currently starring in edgy film Black and White. She’s, uh, the white. Guest starred on Friends as stalker who mails Joey her eyelashes.

Molly Ringwald, 30-something
Actor. John Hughes brat-packer in Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club, and Pretty in Pink. Dropped out, moved to Europe. Career revived in late ’90s with Cindy Sherman’s horror spoof Office Killer. Now married, preggers, and living in France. Currently filming In the Weeds with Joshua (Blair Witch) Leonard.

Nadia Comaneci, 38
Gymnast. At 14, first gymnast to receive perfect Olympic 10. Defected from Romania in 1989; opened gymnastics academy in Oklahoma with gymnast husband, Bart. Writes “Ask Bart and Nadia” column in International Gymnast.

Soleil Moon Frye, 23
Actor. Played Punky Brewster on well-loved sitcom. Followed by many forgettable films. New sitcom Grown Ups went on without her after pilot. Stars in as the anti-Punky (chain smoking, slutty, crude-we love her) in the upcoming film The Girls’ Room; guest-starred on Friends (as girl who hits too hard).

Alanis Morrissette, 25
Singer. Canadian. At 11, starred on kiddie show You Can’t Do That on Television. At 20, won four Grammies for “Jagged Little Pill.” Spent time off after Grammies and found God in India; made more “peaceful, forgiving” music after that. Sales dropped. Played God in 1999’s Dogma.

Thora Birch, 17
Actor. Stood her own against Kevin Spacey in American Beauty. Played Molly on brief sitcoms Day by Day and Parenthood, 1988 and ’90. Named for the Norse god of thunder and lightening.

Alison Folland, 21
Actor. Played messed-up baby dyke Lydia in 1995′ To Die For, messed-up baby dyke Claude in 1997’s All Over Me, and messed-up anti-dyke Kate in 1999’s Boys Don’t Cry.

Claire Danes, 20
Actor. Was 15 in one-season My So-Called Life. Playing Flora Plum in the Jodie Foster-directed lesbian, carnival freak story Flora Plum, out this year. Studying at Yale, marrying Ben Lee. Banned from the Phillipines in 1998 for criticizing the country.

Gaby Hoffman, 18
Actor. Choked on a hotdog as Kevin Costner’s daughter in Field of Dreams. Did something as Tom Hanks’s daughter in Sleepless in Seattle. Did something as Steve Martin’s daughter in Everyone Says I Love You.

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