Young Kirstie Alley had a mother with a hilarious sense of humor, because she allowed her daughter to head to 7th grade with this haircut -- which just reminds us of Jeremy Miller from the sitcom 'Growing Pains.' Or any little boy, really.

Kirstie Alley is perhaps best known for her Emmy and Golden Globe-winning work on the sitcom 'Cheers.' She was also in the '80s miniseries 'North and South' and the 'Look Who's Talking' movie franchise. Last year she published a book called 'The Art of Men' about the stars she's loved and worked with (sometimes to the detriment of their memory).

Unlike Kirstie Alley, Jeremy Miller was a real little boy (as opposed to a young girl who just looked like one) on the ABC series 'Growing Pains.' He played the raucous Benjamin Hubert Horatio Humphrey "Ben" Seaver, son of Alan Thicke's work-at-home psychiatrist character. Right now, he's mostly on hiatus from acting.

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