01:57 PM EDT 08/26/2016
Matilda Child Star Mara Wilson Battled OCD and Depression – and More Revelations from Her Emotional Memoir
Originally posted 08/24/2016 03:45PM
Mara Wilson will forever be beloved for her early but unforgettable turns in Mrs. Doubtfire and Matilda – but her life offscreen wasn't always so charming.
Originally posted 08/24/2016 11:30AM
Thanks to her charming turns in Mrs. Doubtfire and Matilda, Mara Wilson became one of the most beloved child stars of the '90s – but the actress says the pressures of a "toxic," image-obsessed industry were so heavy she had to retire as a tween.
Originally posted 08/14/2016 04:35AM
In her latest blog, the mom-to-be talks about the final steps in prepping for her new daughter's arrival
Originally posted 07/30/2016 01:35PM
The Still the King star celebrated the upcoming arrival of her first child on Sunday, July 17, in Beverly Hills
Originally posted 06/26/2016 10:10AM
The Party of Five alum gives a peek into her soon-to-arrive daughter's gorgeous, serene room
Originally posted 06/15/2016 05:10PM
In her latest blog, the mom-to-be recalls how she kept her bump hidden so well while filming
Originally posted 04/24/2016 08:15AM
"I have five amazing nephews so the fact that the Chabert family is finally welcoming a little girl is very exciting news for us," the actress writes
Originally posted 04/18/2016 08:45PM
"To be able to turn to my friends and ask for advice has been really, really nice," she says of friends Ali Fedotowsky and Amy Davidson
Originally posted 02/27/2016 08:15PM
The actress announced the news on Twitter
Originally posted 07/09/2015 01:25PM
In this exclusive clip from her new film, Chabert stars as investigative journalist Hannah Dunbar – who wonders what would have happened if she chose love instead of her career.
So, with a little bit of Christmas magic, she wakes up one day to find herself married to the love of her life, Ben (Tyron Leitso), and mom to two little girls.
"[Hannah] looks back and realizes that it's not about having regrets or feeling like she made the wrong decision," Chabert explains. "There is no wrong decision, but [by] thinking about looking toward the future and being a little more open she learns to put her priorities in a different place."
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