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What happened to the girl “don’t chop the dinosaur, daddy”?

Everyone remembers the 2005 ad for the Natural Confectionery Company in which a little blond girl says to her father, “Don’t chop the dinosaur, Daddy!”

But the young actress who appeared in the famous lollipop ad has stepped out of the limelight and is now following a more spiritual path.

Melbourne 24-year-old Joanna Hunt-Prokhovnik turned her back on fame to study integral energetics, a type of holistic therapy that reduces stress.

Do you remember her? Joanna Hunt-Prokhovnik, the child star who appeared in the famous Natural Confectionery Company ad in 2005, has stepped out of the spotlight and is now following a more spiritual path

New direction: Joanna (pictured recently) turned her back on fame to study integral energetics, a type of holistic therapy that reduces stress

New direction: Joanna (pictured recently) turned her back on fame to study integral energetics, a type of holistic therapy that reduces stress

Do you remember her? Joanna Hunt-Prokhovnik, the child star who appeared in the famous Natural Confectionery Company ad from 2005 (left), has stepped out of the spotlight and is now following a more spiritual path. Photo right: Joanna’s LinkedIn profile photo

In the ad, Joanna tells her on-screen father not to cut up a dinosaur lollipop and says, “Don’t chop the dinosaur, Daddy!”

But she quickly changes her mind and says to him, “Chop it!”

Joanna was only 10 years old when she said she starred in the ad IMDb profile, and has appeared in several movies, including Three Dollars from 2005.

Adult! In the ad, Joanna famously tells her on-screen dad not to cut up a dinosaur lollipop and says, “Don’t chop the dinosaur, Daddy!”

New Path: Joanna, 24, is now a student of Integral Energetics at Melbourne's Tree of Life Integral Center, which offers therapeutic services and education. Pictured third from right

New Path: Joanna, 24, is now a student of Integral Energetics at Melbourne's Tree of Life Integral Center, which offers therapeutic services and education. Pictured third from right

New Path: Joanna, 24, is now a student of Integral Energetics at Melbourne’s Tree of Life Integral Center, which offers therapeutic services and education. Pictured third from right

Go girl! Joanna (left) also holds a certificate in real estate services for real estate, has volunteered to join Life Saving Victoria, and performs administrative assignments for a recruiting firm

Go girl! Joanna (left) also holds a certificate in real estate services for real estate, has volunteered to join Life Saving Victoria, and performs administrative assignments for a recruiting firm

Go girl! Joanna (left) also holds a certificate in real estate services for real estate, has volunteered to join Life Saving Victoria, and performs administrative assignments for a recruiting firm

Despite being nominated for an AFI Award for Best Young Actor at the time, it seems that Joanna has since given up acting.

She starred in a follow-up ad to the confectionery business in 2008, but now works in a completely different area.

According to her LinkedIn profile, Joanna is an Integral Energetics student at Melbourne’s Tree of Life Integral Center, which offers therapeutic services and education.

She also holds a certificate in real estate services for real estate, has volunteered to join Life Saving Victoria, and performs administrative assignments for a recruiting firm.

Do you remember her? Mia Agraviador, the little girl who became famous for being 'porque no los dos?' in the ads of Old El Paso, is now 20 years old and works as a barista in Sydney

Do you remember her? Mia Agraviador, the little girl who became famous for being 'porque no los dos?' in the ads of Old El Paso, is now 20 years old and works as a barista in Sydney

Pictured: Mia in a recent Koala mattress ad

Pictured: Mia in a recent Koala mattress ad

Do you remember her? Mia Agraviador, the little girl who became famous for being ‘porque no los dos?’ in the Old El Paso ads (left), is now 20 years old and works as a barista in Sydney. Shown right: Mia in a recent Koala mattress ad

On Thursday, Daily Mail Australia revealed the story of another child star from an iconic TV commercial.

The little girl made famous by “porque no los dos?” To say. in the ads of Old El Paso is now 20 and works as a barista in Sydney.

Mia Agraviador was only six years old when the nation fell in love with her slogan – which is Spanish for ‘why not both?’ – and she’s still proud to call herself “that taco girl.”

Iconic! Mia Agraviador was only six years old when the nation fell in love with her slogan – which is Spanish for ‘why not both?’ – and she’s still proud to call herself “that taco girl.”

“Yes, I am the” Porque No Los Dos? “taco girl,” says Mia’s Instagram bio.

The former actor seems to have a passion for dance and regularly uploads videos of himself with hip hop and urban routines.

Mia is also quite a fashionista and likes to wear edgy outfits and stylish swimwear on photos shared with social media.

Transformed: Mia has grown into her short bob and pony and works as a barista in Sydney

Transformed: Mia has grown into her short bob and pony and works as a barista in Sydney

Transformed: Mia has grown into her short bob and pony and works as a barista in Sydney

Flaunting: She's also quite a fashionista and likes to wear bold outfits and stylish swimwear in photos shared to social media

Flaunting: She's also quite a fashionista and likes to wear bold outfits and stylish swimwear in photos shared to social media

Flaunting: She’s also quite a fashionista and likes to wear bold outfits and stylish swimwear in photos shared to social media

Mia’s one-liner in the Old El Paso commercial is now a popular meme and has become a common saying that people use when they can’t choose between two things.

“Porque no los dos?” is Spanish for ‘why not both?’ and the ad was about a taco kit with both soft and hard shell tacos.

In recent years, she has had minor roles in other commercials revisiting her signature slogan.

In March, she appeared in an advertisement for the Australian furniture brand Koala.

Move it: The former child star seems to have a passion for dance and regularly uploads videos of herself featuring hip hop and urban routines

Move it: The former child star seems to have a passion for dance and regularly uploads videos of herself featuring hip hop and urban routines

Move it: The former child star seems to have a passion for dance and regularly uploads videos of herself featuring hip hop and urban routines

Last month Pedestrian did a YouTube episode with Mia for their ’15 minutes’ series.

She revealed that fame was paid at a price, and she often felt uncomfortable with the attention she got from the commercial.

As a result, she attended three separate high schools.

Today, Mia is a successful artist and one of her 2015 pieces was a finalist for the Young Archibald Prize.

Impressive: Mia is a successful artist these days and one of her 2015 pieces was a finalist for the Young Archibald Prize. Shown in a recent advertisement for Koala mattresses

Impressive: Mia is a successful artist these days and one of her 2015 pieces was a finalist for the Young Archibald Prize. Shown in a recent advertisement for Koala mattresses

Impressive: Mia is a successful artist these days and one of her 2015 pieces was a finalist for the Young Archibald Prize. Shown in a recent advertisement for Koala mattresses

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