Child Stars Who Went to Rehab

Zac Efron

After being catapulted to fame and the cover of countless issues of Tiger Beat magazine through his role as Troy Bolton in Disney Channel’s High School Musical in 2006

Drew Barrymore

Barrymore has long been incredibly candid surrounding her lifelong battle with sobriety, detailing her development of a cocaine addiction at the age of 12 in her 1990 memoir Little Girl Lost.

Lindsay Lohan

Perhaps one of the most heavily maligned pop culture figures of the early 2000s, Lohan’s storied past with alcoholism and drug abuse remained a locus of tabloid fodder well through the end of the decade.

Demi Lovato

Lovato first entered treatment for drug and alcohol abuse shortly after the release of the massively successful Camp Rock 2 and her subsequent withdrawal from the Jonas Brothers

Natasha Lyonne

Following her eviction in 2005 from landlord and fellow actor Michael Rapaport, Lyonne was admitted to a Manhattan rehabilitation facility for the treatment of a methadone and heroin addiction.

Kirsten Dunst

A Hollywood institution personified, Dunst has cemented herself as a cinematic mainstay since her film debut in 1994’s Interview with the Vampire.

Amanda Bynes

Following the end of her eponymous children’s variety show The Amanda Show, Bynes was able to successfully shed her thus far juvenile media image and nab roles in more mature projects like Easy

Britney Spears

Like Bynes, Spears’s parents were granted conservatorship and control of her finances after her rights to visitation with her children were revoked when she’d refused to

Kelly Osbourne

The daughter of Black Sabbath’s lead vocalist Ozzy Osbourne and his wife Sharon, Kelly first came to national attention beginning in 2002 while starring alongside her parents in The Osbournes, a reality television 

Haley Joel Osment

At 11 years old, Osment became one of Hollywood’s youngest nominees for an Academy Award for his role in the 1999 supernatural thriller The Sixth Sense.