20. Alisan Porter
She played in few films as a child, liked “Parenthooh” (1989) with Steve Martin and “I Love You to Death” (1990) with Kevin Kline. Alisan gained recognition by portraying title role in “Curly Sue” (1991) directed by John Hughes. With screen partner Jim Belushi they created scamming, but charming duo.
Soon after she backed away from acting and pursued singing career by forming a band. She also played in musical theatre, finally being cast in “Footloose” on Broadway. Porter has appeared as contestant in “The Voice” in 2016 choosing Christina Aguilera as her coach. Alisan has won the show and continues music career.