Before and After Photos of child star Shaun Weiss

In 1992, The Mighty Ducks premièred and centered on a youth hockey team. Shaun Weiss played a key part in the movie, starring as the goalie Greg Goldberg.

He got fame and it changed his life in ways he couldn’t imagine. He was loved for his role and how he got it just right. The new photo of the former child actor which was released by the police has left everyone tongue-tied.

Shaun in ‘Pee Wee’s Playhouse’ (Getty Images)

Shaun Weiss was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan. His first show ran from 1986 to 1990 where he appeared as Elvis on Pee-wee’s Playhouse.

He had his ups and downs in Hollywood and it was hard getting famous. The adored former child actor soon began to have issues with law enforcement agencies.

He was sentenced to 150 days in the Los Angeles County Jail but was released after just 12 days behind bars, due to overcrowding in July 2020.

Shaun Weiss in 1997 (Getty Images)

Sooner than later he was found in possession of an illegal substance and was behind bars once again.

He told his fans in a Facebook post, “I have surrendered to the reality that without immediate treatment my life is in imminent (sic) danger.”

“I am determined to return to my old self” and his “mind is set on health and well-being.”

Shaun Weiss, Vincent La Russo, Brandon Quintin Adams and Matt Doherty from the movie “The Mighty Ducks” (WireImage)

He seems not to be in control of his actions as he was arrested by the police once again after they got a call about someone who has shattered a car window and was sitting comfortably in the vehicle.

A mugshot of Shaun Weiss released by the police doesn’t look like the former child actor we all know. He looks so unrecognizable and seems like suffered an addiction.

He went into rehab in 2020 and it seems like that’s what the actor needed. He seems to be doing better and his friends have always been ensured he got his Oral health checked as it has been declining.

The Yuba County District Attorney Office said, according to The Sacramento Bee, “Shaun demonstrated perseverance during his recovery complicated by the COVID-19 pandemic. He had to move treatment and transitional programs on several occasions. He underwent dental reconstructive surgery, and had a close family member suffer a serious accident during his treatment.”

“Shaun regained employment and has been traveling across the country making guest appearances and signing autographs.”

Everyone is so proud of his accomplishment and he was able to fight his way out of the struggles and challenges he faced. Congratulations Shaun!!

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