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Kids From Stephen King Movies: Where Are They Now?

Being given a kid's role in a Stephen King movie adaptation is usually a tough gig. Why? Sure you get to play a part created by the finest horror writer in the history of horror writing, but you will forever be remembered by those that you meet as "that utterly terrifying kid who haunted my dreams". Here's 15 of them, most of which tick that nightmarish box, but some of which landed parts that didn't involve being a murderer. Sweet dreams, either way...

 

(Images: Rex, IMDb, Twitter)

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