Tabitha Stephens was the little girl on one of America’s favorite sitcoms, Bewitched, during the 1960s. Currently, she's a gorgeous woman.
The girls who played Tabitha, Erin and her fraternal twin sister, Diane, proved to be more resilient than most other star children.
According to American Web Media, Erin Murphy was the main actor to play Tabitha in the series, as she started working on the television show at the age of two.
The women admitted that the two main stars were "like parents" to them, with Erin claiming that she called Elizabeth Montgomery "Mantha Mommy" and Dick Sargent "Darren Daddy," as she wasn't able to pronounce their names.
"And I think it’s because we spent 12 hours a day together growing up. I looked at her as a parent, and she would tell me what to do like a parent. In a lot of ways, I’m so much [more] like her than I am my own mom, which is hilarious," the 54-year-old actress said.
While her sister Diane would cry and protest everytime she was brought to the set, Erin loved the spotlight and became the main child star on set.
After six seasons, Erin moved to other projects. She said goodbye to Bewitched in 1972, as her parents realized she would love an acting career.
She then appeared on Lassie, playing Molly Craig as a guest spot, and started working for a modeling agency, appearing in more than 100 commercials.
She quickly became known for a detergent brand commercial ad, in which future president Ronald Reagan starred alongside her.
After appearing in the low-budget flick, Deadly Fighters, she temporarily retired from acting, as her career was off and on throughout the 1990s and 2000s.
After venturing into fashion, writing, and philanthropy, and raising her six children, she acted in the TV movie, Life Interrupted, about child actors. She might be acting more roles this year.