Jake T. Austin Then And Now
You may know him as Wizards of Waverly Place’s Max Russo, the little brother everyone wished was in their family. But Jake made his Disney Channel debut in the Disney Channel Original Movie Johnny Kapahala: Back on Board.
Ashley Tisdale Then And Now
While Ashley is most well known for her role as Sharpay Evans in the High School Musical movies, she first appeared on Disney Channel as Maddie Fitzpatrick on The Suite Life of Zack and Cody in 2005.
In 2014, she became an executive producer on Emily Osment’s show, Young and Hungry. That same year, she married Christopher French. Sometime in 2018, Ashley, along with fellow Disney alum Demi Lovato, is lending her voice to the animated movie Charming.
Emily Osment Then And Now
Emily Osment starred on Hannah Montana as Hannah Montana’s best friend, Lily Truscott. After the show ended, Emily took some time to focus on her music career, releasing her first album Fight or Flight.
In 2014, she began starring on Young and Hungry and has been lending her voice to Family Guy since 2012.
These three heartthrobs had been on the music scene for a couple of years before they made their Disney Channel debut in Camp Rock. After the success of Camp Rock, the brothers got their own Disney Channel show called Jonas. While the JoBros have since broken up their band, they haven’t shied away from the spotlight.
Chelsea Kane Then And Now
If the name Chelsea Kane doesn’t ring a bell, it might be because she used to go by Chelsea Staub. Chelsea first starred in the Disney Channel Original Movie Minutemen in 2008, and then went on to play Stella Malone, a longtime friend of the band JONAS on Jonas. From 2012-2017, Chelsea starred on Baby Daddy as Riley Perrin.
Dylan & Cole Sprouse Then And Now
These cute twins made their movie debut the in Adam Sandler 1999 comedy Big Daddy, but they didn’t hit it big until they made their Disney Channel debut as Zack and Cody on “The Suite Life of Zack and Cody” in the year 2005. The show was such a huge success that they got their own spin-off television show, The Suite Life on Deck, and the movie, The Suite Life Movie. After Suite Life ended in 2011, Dylan and Cole stopped acting to focus on their college courses at New York University and graduated in 2015.