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Sethi made his Hollywood debut in the 2016 Jungle Book movie with the only human role of Mowgli. He was selected over the other 2,000 kids who auditioned, with almost no prior acting experience. Sethi earned approximately $400,000 for his role in The Jungle Book, and his estimated net worth is $450,000. He's only 13 years old.
Sebastian and Brandon Martinez
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These brothers from Kendall, Florida launched their own sock company called Are You Kidding. Sebastian, age 7, had been collecting socks ever since he was a baby. In January of 2015, Sebastian and his brother Brandon, age 9, appeared on Good Morning America's "Shark Tank Your Life: Kid-Preneurs Edition." No only are these brothers making money, they're giving away a ton, too. Some of their sock sales go to support everything from ALS research to autism awareness.
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Google named her "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World," and she's only 10 years old. Kristina Pimenova is a Russian child supermodel who landed a contract with L.A. Models. In the past, she's worked with Vogue, Dolce & Gabbana, and Armani—already earning a seasoned supermodel's pay rate.
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Aubrey, age 9, was the youngest celebrity to walk the red carpet at the 2012 and 2013 Primetime Emmy Awards. Known for her role as Lily Tucker-Pritchett on Modern Family, Aubrey has an estimated net worth of one million dollars.
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Socks must be the business to get into ASAP. At the age of 13, Brennan Agranoff founded HoopSwagg, a custom sock company. He's now 17 and balancing high school with his full-time business that raises annual sales of over one million dollars. The online-only site offers over 200 different designs created by Brennan. "Especially today, with all the information available on the internet, you can't be too young to learn how to be an entrepreneur," Agranoff told CNN Money.
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He's got it in his genes—with model and fashion designer Victoria Beckham for a mother and professional soccer player David Beckham for a father, 13 year old Romeo was born for greatness. In 2014, Beckham was paid £45,000 for one day of work shooting the Burberry campaign, which put him among the world's highest-paid models. Maybe he and Kristina Pimenova should model together.
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This 12-year-old from Texas served her lemonade to Barack Obama after appearing on ABC's "Shark Tank." Mikaila was always fascinated with bees, and when her family encouraged her to create something for Austin Lemonade Day, she decided to sweeten the recipe with local honey. What began as a small lemonade stand grew into an $11 million deal with Whole Foods, which now carries Mikaila's "Me & the Bees Lemonade" at over 50 locations.
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When 8-year-old Mia Felber found out about the toxins and chemicals found in some kinds of dog and cat products, she was inspired to do something about it. With help from her family, she created Paleo Pets, a company that provides organic, all natural pet care products. According to Mia, it isn't about the money, but about our passion for animals. She donates 10% of every purchase to the Save a Pet's Life foundation.
Prince George Alexander Louis
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Being third in line for the throne to the United Kingdom has its perks. The eldest son of Kate Middleton and Prince William is already worth $1 billion at age 3. His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge is already looking the part of a prince—he was ranked number 49 on GQ's "50 Best Dressed Men in Britain" list in 2015.
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She began walking the runway at the age of four. At age ten, she graced the pages of Vogue (and caught slack for wearing heavy makeup and stilettos at such a young age). She recently scored a contract with L'Oreal and IMG models, making far more money than an average adult, all before her 17th birthday. Creep her Instagram and you'll see why.
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This 13-year-old is already a CEO of his own company, and plans to have a fully developed clothing line by the time he's 20. Moziah Bridges had the idea for Mo's Bows when he was only 9 years old, after his grandmother taught him how to sew. Since creating the company, he's sold over $200,000 worth of his handmade bowties, without any outside investors. Mo calls himself "living proof that you can be anything you want—at any age."