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Taran Noah Smith, the youngest of the kids on "Home Improvement," left acting after the show went off the air in 1999. His DUI arrest in February led to his sentencing yesterday for "vehicular crime" and drug possession. He's been sentenced to a 12-hour program for the DUI, a six-month drug diversion program, and three years probation.

Troubled TV Stars

December 6, 2012

Feel like a lot of troubled television stars, both past

and present, are making headlines lately? It's not just you. Former

Nickelodeon kids all grown up (and breaking bad), Fox sitcom stars

getting old before their times -- even homicides. We've got eight of the

biggest, and saddest, headline-makers right here. Sarah D. Bunting, Yahoo! TV

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