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Success Stories



 
Diana DeLaGarza, Mother of Madison De LaGarza
Dianna DeLaGarza isn't a stranger to performance.  She was a cheerleader for the Dallas Cowboys and even did some singing and touring in her day.  Today, she supports the dreams of her three talented daughters, Dallas Lovato, Demi Lovato and Madison DeLaGarza.
 

 
Angela Williams, Mother of Tyler James Williams
On the hit show for which he is best known, "everybody" seems to "hate Chris," but that isn't the case for the actor who plays the lead role.  Tyler James Williams (Everybody Hates Chris) is a successful young star with incredible charisma, talent and a kind heart.
 

 
 
Patricia Riley, Mother of Bailee Madison
Bailee Madison is probably best known for her role as Maybelle in Disney's Bridge to Terabithia, but her mother Patricia can attest to the fact that this role definitely was not her "start."
Keke Palmer - Child Actor  
Laurence and Sharon Palmer, Parents of Keke Palmer
Born Lauren Keyana Palmer, you may remember Keke from her performance in the critically acclaimed, award-winning film Akeelah and the Bee, but Keke was far from wet behind the ears when she starred in her role as Akeelah Anderson.
Kirk Cameron & Candace Cameron - Child Actors  
Robert and Barbara Cameron, Parents of Kirk and Candace Cameron
You may remember Kirk and Candace Cameron from two of the most popular sitcoms of the late 80s and early 90s.  Kirk was an instant teen-idol who starred on “Growing Pains” and his younger sister Candace played DJ Tanner on the hit show “Full House.”
Spencer Breslin & Abigail Breslin - Child Actors  
Mike Breslin, Father of Spencer and Abigail Breslin
Mike and Kim Breslin were living in New York City with their two children, Ryan (the eldest Breslin child) and Spencer when, at the age of three, Spencer was discovered by a talent manager at a local playground.  Soon after Spencer booked commercials for McDonalds and Life cereal, and his younger sister Abigail was soon to follow in his footsteps. 
 
 
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