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Child Star Celebrity Keith Coogan discusses how fame can impact mental health and socialization!

Born into Hollywood as the proud grandson of Jackie Coogan, Keith Coogan picked up the acting bug while watching “Sesame Street” when he was five years old. After securing a talent agent, he featured in over 100 national television commercials, then over the course of four decades he performed as a regular in 3 series including The Waltons, 3 after-school specials, 4 pilots, 4 MOWs, numerous guest appearances on your favorite TV shows from the 70s and 80s, voiced “Tod” the young fox in the last classically animated Disney film ever produced, “The Fox and the Hound”, sang and danced live on The Oscars, performed stand-up comedy, and starred in dozens of feature films, including “Adventures in Babysitting”, “Hiding Out”, “Book of Love”, “Cheetah”, “Cousins”, “Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead”, and “Toy Soldiers”.

On Thursday, he spoke to Tiffany about his journey, and the mental health aspects of it.

 

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