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80s teen film heartthrobs now - Addiction, health battle, career U-turn and famous kids
Hollywood film The Breakfast Club is 37 years old today.The film featured huge stars including Molly Ringwald, Emilio Estevez and Anthony Michael Hall, who all went on to even bigger success in the decade.They joined other 80s teen heartthrobs including Rob Lowe and Andrew McCarthy, who were on the walls of thousands of fans across the world, following their appearances in films including Pretty in Pink and About Last Night, to name a few.To celebrate The Breakfast Club's anniversary, Daily Star has taken a look at where some of the decade's most famous 80s teen film heartthrobs are now.Andrew McCarthy was one of the original 80s teen heartthrobs and part of the so called 'brat pack' alongside Emilio Estevez, Judd Nelson and Rob Lowe in films including Class and St.Elmo's Fire.However, it is his famous role as Blaine in 1986's Pretty in Pink that cemented his teen heart throb status across the world, with the actor going on to new levels of fame in hit films including Mannequin opposite Sex And The City's Kim Cattrall.It was during this time that Andrew McCarthy also revealed that he entered rehab following an alcohol addiction at the age of 29 years old, telling The Washington Post: "I often had an image of a rock and a piece of metal soldered on top of it — and that was my drinking and my career.He added that he has been sober ever since, adding: "It took me a long time after I stopped drinking to separate those. My success did not cause my drinking.