Oscar-winning actress Natalie Portman shares critical insights on child actors in Hollywood. 

Beginning her career at 13 in 'Leon: The Professional', Portman reflects on her experiences. 

Portman attributes her safe journey to 'an accident of luck' and her parents' vigilance. 

Highlighting the potential dangers, Portman advises caution for child actors in the industry. 

The entertainment industry faces increased scrutiny over its treatment of child actors. 

Portman emphasizes the importance of guardians in safeguarding child actors' well-being. 

Recent shifts have led to greater awareness and care for child actors, says Portman. 

Portman believes children should focus on play and education rather than working in high-pressure environments

Now starring in 'May December', Portman's experience spans from child actor to seasoned professional.