Even as a kid, Ben Affleck is instantly recognizable!
The Batman star discussed his child actor days on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Thursday, appearing in an educational program all the way back in 1984!
"I did do some child acting," Affleck admitted, adding that he's thankful he didn't find more success early on. "Luckily, I didn't end up on a show, and get famous, and go on crack, and get crazy."
"It was a PBS series called The Voyage of the Mimi," he revealed, when host Jimmy Fallon pulled a clip from the 1984 television program, where a young Affleck was completely adorable, and had a bit more of a Boston accent than he does now!
Check it out below.
ET actually spoke to the 42-year-old actor about The Voyage of Mimi at a recent junket for his new film, The Accountant, where he shared that his children -- 10-year-old Violet, 7-year-old Seraphina, and 4-year-old Samuel -- haven't seen his kid actor debut, namely because if it's not Taylor Swift, "they are so not interested."
Additionally, Affleck said he doesn't discuss his early role with his children mostly because he doesn't want "them to get any ideas" and start acting themselves.
Luckily Affleck did still earn some cool dad points by introducing his kids to their pop star hero!
Watch the video below for how that went.