If younger, casting usually tries for children actors, and if older it is simply far less noticeable.
If a show or movie carries a greater focus on the adults rather than the kids then they will usually avert this.
This ought to be horribly distracting, but by and large, television audiences have learned to manage.
Cities may burn, floods may destroy, pestilences may kill, and wars may ravage, yet a word may survive; the decrees of judges, edicts of emperors, bulls of popes, may not be sufficient to remove a word from the speech of a people.
For some unknown reason there exists within the midst of our languages a very significant word, the meaning of which has been lost for many generations.
In the 18th century, it was the centre of the intellectual ferment known as the Enlightenment, and the main stage of the French Revolution from 1789, which is remembered every year on the 14th of July with a military parade.
In the 19th century, Napoleon I embellished the city with monuments to military glory.
Or maybe they are under such constant stress and work that they are aged prematurely by it. One way or another, this character may look like an adult(/teenager/older child), and even act and talk like one, but chronologically speaking, they aren't.
Other times there may be a young adult with the appearance of a middle aged or even older man.
High school students in television look nothing like high school students in real life (well, not always), for one good reason: they're often played by actors who are at least a few years older.
This dates back to the earliest days of Hollywood, if not further, making it Older Than Television.
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The town was Christianised in the 3rd century AD, and after the collapse of the Roman Empire, it was occupied by Clovis I, the King of the Franks, who made it his capital in 508.