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Phoenix's family moved cross country when he was very young.Phoenix was raised in Micanopy, Florida, a small suburb of Gainesville, where they lived in poverty.In 1980, Phoenix began to fully pursue his work as an actor, making his first appearance on a TV show called Fantasy singing with his sister Rain.In 1982, River was cast in the short-lived CBS television series, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, in which he starred as the youngest brother, Guthrie Mc Fadden.Although he was only onscreen for about ten minutes, his character was central.Less than a month after Celebrity came the ABC Afterschool Special: Backwards: The Riddle of Dyslexia.
Phoenix's work encompassed 24 films and television appearances, and his rise to fame led to his status as a "teen idol".Phoenix has stated that they lived in a "desperate situation." Phoenix often played guitar while he and his sister sang on street corners for money and food to support their ever-growing family. Screenwriter Naomi Foner later commented, "He was totally, totally without education.I mean, he could read and write, and he had an appetite for it, but he had no deep roots into any kind of sense of history or literature." The family had settled in Caracas, Venezuela where the Children of God had stationed them to work as missionaries and fruit gatherers.Back in the United States, Arlyn began working as a secretary for an NBC broadcaster and John as an exteriors architect.Top kids agent Iris Burton spotted River, Joaquin, and their sisters Summer and Rain singing for spare change in Westwood, Los Angeles, and was so charmed by the family that she soon represented the four siblings.