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Childstar

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Comedy
Release Date:September 10, 2004
Running time:98 minutes
Cast:Don McKellar, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Mark Rendall, Kristin Adams, Brendan Fehr
Director:Don McKellar
Producer:Niv Fichman
Writer:Michael Goldbach, Don McKellar
Distributor:TVA Films

Description: Taylor Brandon Burns is the world's most famous child television actor. Thanks to his work on the popular sitcom, 'Family Differences,' Taylor has what most people can only dream of: fame, fans, a growing fortune and that cherubic face that wraps up every episode of the TV show. Life is a perfect sitcom world, one where family disputes are solved in slightly less than 22 minutes. But in the real world, Taylor's mom is broke and his parents are in the midst of a bitter divorce. Worse, puberty looms on the horizon -- Taylor's 13th birthday is fast approaching bringing with it the breaking of his voice, the pimpling of his face and perhaps the end of his career.

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