In her breakout role in "Leon: The Professional," the then year-old Natalie Portman played a year-old orphan who is taken in by a professional assassin and taught his trade. Jodie Foster was years-old when she landed the role of Iris, a preteen prostitute in the film "Taxi Driver. Should there be a line drawn deciding what young actresses should and should not be allowed to portray onscreen? You know Linda Blair even if you don't know her name. Chloe is one in a long line of young actresses cast in psychologically demanding roles. Dakota Fanning Dakota Fanning turned a lot of heads when she signed on for a role in 's "Hounddog" ; one that required her to be raped on screen. Playing the pea-soup-spitting, spider-walking, demon-possessed Reagan MacNeil in the horror classic "The Exorcist," the then year-old Linda became defined not by her acting abilities, but by the monster she played.
Genesis. Age: 27.
Before she was cast as Iris, Jodie was evaluated by a psychiatrist to see if she could handle the emotional and psychological weight of the character and the film.
Linda. Age: 26.
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Since her mom gave her the OK to play Hit-Girl, we're sure Chloe will turn out just fine, but some actresses are still marked by those early roles now that they're adults. Beyond the fact Jodie played a prostitute and is seen performing sexual acts in the film, there was some concern over the fact she was present during the final, graphically violent shoot-out scene at the end of the movie. Jodie Foster Jodie Foster was years-old when she landed the role of Iris, a preteen prostitute in the film "Taxi Driver.