In the late 80s and early 90s, Gaby Hoffman was one of the biggest child actresses around, in both commercials and film. We checked back in to find out how adulthood is treating her.

Gaby had a strange childhood; along with their mother, Gaby and her older sister lived their entire childhoods as residents of New York's Chelsea Hotel. Her first film appearance was in the 1988 John Candy classic, 'Uncle Buck,' where she played Maisy Russell. After that, she appeared in 'The Man Without a Face,' 'This is My Life,' 'Sleepless in Seattle' and of course, 'Field of Dreams,' where she reportedly said that Kevin Costner was "very bossy."

After the 1997 film 'Volcano,' Gaby kinda fell off the radar, but last year she appeared on an epsiode of 'Louie,' and this year she co-starred (alongside Michael Cera) in the highly-anticipated 'Crystal Fairy.' We're glad to have her back.

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