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Brittany Ashton Holmes Copyright

Brittany Ashton Holmes Copyright

Brittany Ashton Holmes

Brittany Ashton Holmes

Brittany has found innovative solutions for educators and school districts. Currently at work on her next project, she's focused on the importance of the arts in education.

LITTLE

spockandchristine.com spockandchristine.com))While the 90s was the time when we saw quintessential movies like “Forrest Gump” and “Shawshank Redemption” embarking the cinema world, we as millennial kids were laughing our socks off from the antics of a bunch of kids in “The Little Rascals.” (Source:Although Bug Hall (Alfalfa) went on to work for a number of huge hits after “Little Rascals,” his counterpart Darla played by Brittany Ashton Holmes just slipped under the radar. So what happened to Brittany and why did she fade away from the Showbiz that once loved her so dearly? (Source:

After appearing in a couple of projects that aligned with her previous image of innocence, she started taking on projects that diverted a lot from what she did in The Little Rascals. At the age of six, she appeared as “Dana” for the episode “Divorce, Divorce” in an erotic drama series called Red Shoe. Her role in the drama series was innocent. But, being part of a steamy adult series took a lot of her fans by surprise. (Source: spockandchristine.com)

Brittany became famous in a flash with the very first movie she was cast in. At the tender age of five she became a household name across the globe leaving an imprint on the hearts and minds of audiences. Her strength of character emanates from the confidence displayed in her interviews at the age of five. Everyone knows Brittany Ashton Holmes as ‘Darla’ from the 1994 feature film ‘The Little Rascals’ directed by Penelope Spheeris. This movie gave her stardom and instant recognition. She also appeared as Amy Carter in the 1996 film ‘Inhumanoid’. She did a few other roles in a few TV serials and commercials between the age of five and seven, and decided to quit acting and get on with life. She grew up to value education over the celluloid world and hence her silver screen presence has been short-lived. Currently, she has shown no inclination of getting back to acting and is pursuing a degree in political science. (Source: www.thefamouspeople.com)

FILM

The Little Rascals is a 1994 American black comedy produced by Amblin Entertainment. This movie was an adaptation of many short films collectively known as “Our Gang” which was created by Hal Roach in between 20s and 40s. The Five years old Brittany was cast as Darla, the love interest of little Alfalfa who tries to win the Darlas’s heart. Darla and Alfafa ended up being one of the cutest Hollywood onscreen couples. (Source: spockandchristine.com While Alfalfa went on to be quite a star bagging over 30 movies down the line, Brittany went south with her film career. She did appear in a few movies and commercials but sadly that’s how far she got in her career. And, eventually, fade away from the industry. (Source:spockandchristine.com))

Brittany became famous in a flash with the very first movie she was cast in. At the tender age of five she became a household name across the globe leaving an imprint on the hearts and minds of audiences. Her strength of character emanates from the confidence displayed in her interviews at the age of five. Everyone knows Brittany Ashton Holmes as ‘Darla’ from the 1994 feature film ‘The Little Rascals’ directed by Penelope Spheeris. This movie gave her stardom and instant recognition. She also appeared as Amy Carter in the 1996 film ‘Inhumanoid’. She did a few other roles in a few TV serials and commercials between the age of five and seven, and decided to quit acting and get on with life. She grew up to value education over the celluloid world and hence her silver screen presence has been short-lived. Currently, she has shown no inclination of getting back to acting and is pursuing a degree in political science. (Source: www.thefamouspeople.com)

AGE

spockandchristine.com spockandchristine.com))After appearing in a couple of projects that aligned with her previous image of innocence, she started taking on projects that diverted a lot from what she did in The Little Rascals. At the age of six, she appeared as “Dana” for the episode “Divorce, Divorce” in an erotic drama series called Red Shoe. Her role in the drama series was innocent. But, being part of a steamy adult series took a lot of her fans by surprise. (Source:She then had minor roles in more scarier projects like the low-budget remake of the horror classic Humanoids from the Deep (1996) as the girl on the boat and the sci-fi thriller flick The Humanoids (1996) as Amy Carver. In the same year, she also appeared in a crime called Death Benefit playing the role of Cynthia Coates. All of these roles were very risky choices given her age and maybe that is why at the end of the year she retired from acting. (Source:

Brittany became famous in a flash with the very first movie she was cast in. At the tender age of five she became a household name across the globe leaving an imprint on the hearts and minds of audiences. Her strength of character emanates from the confidence displayed in her interviews at the age of five. Everyone knows Brittany Ashton Holmes as ‘Darla’ from the 1994 feature film ‘The Little Rascals’ directed by Penelope Spheeris. This movie gave her stardom and instant recognition. She also appeared as Amy Carter in the 1996 film ‘Inhumanoid’. She did a few other roles in a few TV serials and commercials between the age of five and seven, and decided to quit acting and get on with life. She grew up to value education over the celluloid world and hence her silver screen presence has been short-lived. Currently, she has shown no inclination of getting back to acting and is pursuing a degree in political science. (Source: www.thefamouspeople.com)

 

 

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