Actor Amanda Bynes was released Tuesday from a court conservatorship that put her life and financial decisions in her parents’ control for nearly nine years.

Emma Stone had her first leading role in 2010's "Easy A" playing Olive, a 17-year-old girl who embraces false rumors of her sexual history in a hilarious way.

Stone, now 31, went on to star alongside Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer in 2011's "The Help," and won a best actress Oscar for 2016's "La La Land."

His "perfect boyfriend" roles continue, but took a dark twist when Badgley, now 33, played a charming yet obsessive stalker (and murderer) in TV's "You."

In 2014, Michalka, now 31, starred in the indie drama "Sequoia" (with Dustin Milligan) and three years later appeared in "The Lears.

Aly Michalka had a modest but memorable role as Rhiannon, Olive's best friend.

Prior to "Easy A," Bynes broke out in Nickelodeon's "The Amanda Show." She also starred in an array of rom-coms, such as 2003's "What a Girl Wants," 2006's "She's the Man" and 2007's "Sydney White.

Amanda Bynes has been vocally critical of her role as Marianne, a devout Christian mean girl in "Easy A," her last feature film as an actress.

It's been a decade since Olive Penderghast (Emma Stone) went from anonymous to "A," the "Scarlet Letter"-inspired symbol she stitches on her clothing.