Haley Joel Osment

Haley Joel was the kid you loved to hate. First noticed for his role in The Sixth Sense (1999) as the kid who saw dead people, Osment has enjoyed a steady stream of movie and voice acting roles, even as he lost his youthful cuteness and slowly faded out of the public eye.

Osment’s big reappearance was on IFC’s The Spoils of Babylon (2014), because no one counts stuff you have to watch on Amazon as real TV. Yes, you, Alpha House.

Bill Mumy

Mumy is a personality that spans many generations of entertainment. Acting since 1960, most older TV viewers know him as young Will Robinson of Lost in Space (1965). ’80s weirdo music aficionados know him as one half of Barnes & Barnes, the musical duo responsible for Fish Heads.

’90s sci-fi nerds know him as Lennier from Babylon 5 (1994). Your grandma might recognize him as the guy who narrated a bunch of episodes of Biography. No matter how you know him, Mumy is a force that continues unhindered to this day.

Rick Gomez

Rick Gomez is one of many successful child stars who had their first notable role on The Adventures of Pete and Pete (1993).

Perhaps the most terrifying and psychotic bully on television, Endless Mike Hellstrom went on to other prominent roles, including Band of Brothers (2001), and most recently, Justified (2010), while maintaining a steady stream of smaller roles in between – but none so great as Endless Mike.