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"My Dad's a Gynecologist"

12/26/2011 12:01 AM PST BY TMZ STAFF

1219_kindergarten_cop_nowMiko Hughes -- now 25 years-old -- resurfaced on his Facebook page, looking well-educated.

Miko was also famous for playing Gage Creed in the 1989 thriller "Pet Cematary."

Hughes' first name "Miko" means chief in Chickasaw and Choctaw.

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BB in CA    

Cute! And pretty eyes too.

971 days ago
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TMZISAPIECEOFSHIT    

I hope he buys himself a top lip with his acting money.

971 days ago
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TimAdler    

That should be "Pet Cemetery".. Do people not spell check anymore? It's really not that difficult.. I would expect much better out of a "journalist" writing for a "news" outlet..

971 days ago
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floridagirl    

He played in Mercury Rising with Bruce Willis. AMAZING performance!

971 days ago
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Johnny    

Nice eyes

971 days ago
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Perky    

I wonder if his boyfriend plucks his eyebrows, too.

971 days ago
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Bobo Frog    

He's still creepy looking.

971 days ago
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Mary P    

I remember Pet Sematary but I'll mostly remember him as Aaron - Michelle's friend on Full House.

971 days ago
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LisaL    

I remember watching him in those movies and thinking he was adorable!! Especially in Pet Cemetary near the end when he says something like "Not fair" squeeeeeeeeee

971 days ago
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Chad    

He is on the Chiller network right now with the movie "Steve Niles' Remains" he plays Jensen

971 days ago
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Kàt    

his hair compliments his eye lashes!

971 days ago
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Nessa    

Uh, it IS spelled Pet Sematary...

970 days ago
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duhq    

timadler--you are a douche!!! It's spelled "pet Sematary" you know because Stephen King spelled his book that way. So even though the journalists got it wrong you still are a wrong douche!!

970 days ago
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RK    

He looks like a male version of Ashley from Real Housewives of New Jersey

970 days ago
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EDITA ON STEROIDS    

LMFAO

970 days ago
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