The part landed Emily a nomination for the 2007 Young Artist Award for best performance in a comedy or drama series.Emily has also impressed viewers with her roles in Soccer Mom, Cyberbully and Young & Hungry.During her time working on the franchise, Alexa contributed her voice to some of the songs on the soundtrack.When Spy Kids 2 was released, she released her debut single Isle of Dreams.The highly-successful commercial film took a total of £118million worldwide and sparked three sequel movies.The franchise has proven a great platform for all of the young actors, who have all remained in the spotlight.On top of that, she attempted to launch a singing career with her album Fight or Flight, which peaked at No.170 on the Billboard Top 200.Just like his Spy Kids co-stars, Matt O’Leary has remained in the spotlight since leaving behind his role of Gary Giggles.
IT’S been over 15 years since family favourite Spy Kids first hit the big screen - so it’s safe to say that the cast's child stars look a lot different now.
Cheeky hero Juni Cortez was played by actor Daryl Sabara, but now the mini-spy is all grown up he’s in a relationship with a very famous face.
Daryl recently emerged from the shadows arm in arm with All About That Bass songstress Meghan Trainor.
The movie, directed by Robert Rodriguez, sees a character called Machete recruited by the US government to battle his way through Mexico and hunt down an arms dealer who is planning to launch a weapon into space.
Sketches include Thelma Stump, Randy Quench Volunteer Fireman, Know Your Stars, and musical guests Swedish teen pop girl group Play featuring Chris Trousdale from boy band Dream Street singing "I'm Gonna Make You Love Me".
Even though she’s kept her blonde locks, she has certainly grown up since her Spy Kids days.