Coogan Act

Coogan Act

Jackie Coogan was a child actor in the silent film era who earned millions of dollars from his acting, only to find out in his 20s that his parents had spent it all on jewelry and cars. He sued them and the litigation resulted in the passage of the Coogan Act, which protects child actors.

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