While some actors have to train and wait for years before they make their big break into Hollywood, others are lucky enough to get hit with waves of success from an early age, making their break into the industry a breeze. In fact, there are even some noteworthy Canadian celebrities who started as childhood stars.\nIf you remember way back in the day to when The Mickey Mouse Club was on the air, you may recognize a certain Canadian heartthrob that got his start on the classic show, but of course, there are some much younger stars as well who are just starting out in the industry and already killing it.\nOne company that loves to cast young talent is Netflix, and they haven't been shy about giving Canadian stars a shot at the spotlight — just watch Stranger Things or To All The Boys I've Loved Before.\nIt's been said that getting bitten by the acting bug at a young age can lead to troublesome consequences, but from the looks of things, these former (and current) Canadian childhood stars have their heads screwed on straight and have very successful careers ahead of them, not to mention the awesome resumes they've already developed over the years.\nRyan Gosling\nView this post on Instagram Guys Ryan is really cute . . . #ryangosling #evamendes #bluevalentine #driver #thenotebook #rachelmcadams #michellewilliams #crazystupidlove #stevecarell #juliannemoore #clairefoy #thefirstman A post shared by Ryan Gosling (@ryangoslingvogue) on Dec 16, 2019 at 5:27am PST\nAt the tender age of 12-years old, Ryan Gosling attended an audition in Montreal for a revival of The Mickey Mouse Club. He was given a two-year contract as a mouse keeper and moved from his home in Ontario to Orlando, Florida.\nAfter the show ended, Gosling continued to pursue his acting career, starring in hits like The Place Between the Pines, The Big Short, and La La Land.\nJacob Tremblay\nView this post on Instagram Creative Direction: @mrgoetzoffergeld @oor_studio 📷: @rodland.jpg 🙏❤ @numeroberlin A post shared by Jacob Tremblay (@jacobtremblay) on Nov 20, 2019 at 12:40pm PST\nHe may be just 13-years old, but Jacob Tremblay has already accomplished a ton in his career. The Vancouver-born star made his debut with The Smurfs 2 back in 2013 and has since starred in films like Good Boys and Before I Wake.\nIn an interview with Paper Magazine, Tremblay let fans know that he's very proud of his Canadian heritage, saying, "I am Canadian, a lot of people assume that I am American, but I am not. I am Canadian through and through."\nMichael Cera\nView this post on Instagram One of my all time favorites to watch this time of year! . . . . #scottpilgrimvstheworld #michaelcera #movies A post shared by David Dankowski (@badhabitfun28) on Dec 13, 2019 at 5:42pm PST\nAccording to The Famous People, Michael Cera's first role was actually an unpaid Tim Hortons summer camp commercial – how Canadian is that?!\nThe actor then went on to star in a Pilsbury commercial, and is now known for his roles in Superbad, Juno, and Arrested Development, just to name a few.\nAnna Cathcart\nView this post on Instagram head in the clouds because SEASON TWO IS OUT AHHH ITS OUT LINK IN BIO TO WATCH☁️❤️ A post shared by Anna Cathcart (@annacathcart) on Sep 4, 2019 at 6:56pm PDT\n16-year old Anna Cathcart got her start in 2016 when she took on the role of Agent Olympia in Odd Squad, although you may be more familiar with her work in the Netflix original To All The Boys I've Loved Before.\nAccording to Vancouver Weekly, the teen star recently made an appearance at the city's WE Day along with other inspiring Canadians.\nFinn Wolfhard\nView this post on Instagram @gq_korea @ysl @anthonyvaccarello @🇨🇦 @moke_coke A post shared by Finn Wolfhard (@finnwolfhardofficial) on Feb 28, 2019 at 8:54am PST\nFinn Wolfhard is only 16-years old, but he's already been making waves as the star of one of Netflix's biggest series ever — Stranger Things.\nOther credits the young star has collected include It, The Goldfinch, and Ghostbusters: Afterlife.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.