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All Grown Up in Maxim: Mackenzie Rosman, Amanda Bynes, Lindsay Lohan & More (PHOTOS)

From Mackenzie Rosman and Amanda Bynes to Lindsay Lohan, see more kid celebrities who turned cover girl.

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She was the reverend’s youngest daughter on 7th Heaven—and now she’s the newest Maxim Girl. From Hilary Duff to Michelle Trachtenberg, see more kid celebrities turned cover girl.

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Mackenzie Rosman

Mackenzie Rosman has gone from playing a minister’s daughter to modeling for Maxim. Known for playing Ruthie Camden on the long-running WB series 7th Heaven, Rosman tweeted “I caved … Just wrapped a #Maxim photoshoot ;)” about her upcoming spread. 

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Danielle Fishel

Danielle Fishel seemed to have disappeared at the end of Boy Meets World, until she graced Maxim’s April cover—all grown up with the cheeky headline “Hello, It’s Topanga!” During her time away from acting, Fishel received her college degree and became engaged. She also recently reunited with her on-screen husband, Ben Savage, to film the first episode of the Boy Meets World spinoff series Girl Meets World.

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Amanda Bynes

Before Amanda Bynes unveiled her confusing new makeover, she posed in Maxim to erase her child-star image. She told the mag: “I want to show people who I am. My parents were like, ‘Does this mean you’re gonna do sexy movies now?’ I said, ‘Well, if they’re done the right way, then maybe!’ I mean, I’m not gonna do porn, but if it’s a Leonardo DiCaprio movie or whatever.”

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Hilary Duff

Most remember Hilary Duff as the spunky teenager Lizzie McGuire, whom she played from 2001 to 2004. But her appearance in Maxim’s 2009 Young Hot Hollywood issue was equally memorable. Today Duff is taking a break from being a cover girl by being a mom to baby Luca.

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Michelle Trachtenberg

For Michelle Trachtenberg, appearing in Maxim is the best form of revenge. In her interview, she gloated that “I know that everyone at my high school who used to torture me and bully me is going to get a copy of it, so I’m thrilled!” It leaves us wondering though, who’d be mean enough to tease Harriet the Spy.

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Kaley Cuoco

As “The Sexiest Woman on TV,” Kaley Cuoco made her Maxim Australia cover debut in 2012. She may have gone glam for the cover, but inside, the former 8 Simple Rules star told the mag, “I’m just not a girly girl. I’m completely low maintenance, and I think that’s great for a guy.”

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Alyssa Milano

Alyssa Milano was red hot on Maxim’s cover back in 1998, fresh off the success of her bad girl Melrose Place character, Jennifer Mancini. Her confidence and sultry gaze demonstrate why the former Who’s the Boss actress grew up to be the dream girl of the ’90s.

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Lindsay Lohan

Who knew that the adorable star of The Parent Trap would grow up to spend the majority of her adult life under probation? Despite her legal troubles, Lindsay Lohan posed on the cover of Maxim last fall. It wasn’t her first adult-oriented photo shoot though, as she has also appeared on Playboy’s cover.

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Brittany Snow

Former Guiding Light and American Dreams star Brittany Snow surely stood out on the newsstand by wearing a revealing white bra on her Maxim cover back in 2011. “I’m excited for people to realize that I’m 25 years old and not a teenager anymore … even though I still look 18 and can’t get in to a bar to save my life!” she told the magazine.

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Lacey Chabert

While she was best known as the precocious youngest daughter from Party of Five, Lacy Chabert quickly shed her innocent image with her midriff-baring Maxim cover in 2007. Today Chabert primarily works as a voice actor.