We've seen her go from teen dream in "Party of Five," "I Know What You Did Last Summer" and "Can't Hardly Wait" to crime solving babe in "Ghost Whisperer," so yeah, pretty much all of America has been well acquainted with Jennifer Love Hewitt for quite a while now.
But if you were a little kid growing up in the late 80s and early 90s, you've known JLH from the very start of her career. In 1989, 10 year old Jennifer -- or, as she was known on stage then, just plain Love Hewitt -- joined the cast of the Disney Channel show, "Kids Incorporated." It tackled contemporary issues facing kids at the time, including just what color sweatband to wear and how high to wear their socks. She stayed on til 1991, when all problems facing the youth of George H.W. Bush's America were solved.
You may laugh, but it also helped launch the career of Fergie and Mario Lopez.
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