- Disney Channel's "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody" propelled twins Dylan Sprouse and Cole Sprouse to fame as siblings living at the Tipton Hotel.
- Since the show ended in 2008, Dylan opened a meadery in Brooklyn, Cole landed a starring role on The CW's "Riverdale," and Ashley Tisdale released her third studio album.
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"The Suite Life of Zack and Cody" made living in a hotel look like a dream.
The Disney Channel series, which premiered in March 2005, featured twin brothers Dylan Sprouse and Cole Sprouse as Zack and Cody Martin, respectively. The twins lived in the Tipton Hotel, because their mother was the lounge singer. With the help of some of the hotel's wacky employees, hijinks ensued and often landed the kids in trouble.
It's been 15 years since the show premiered, so here's what the cast has been up to.
Anjelica Oswald contributed to a previous version of this article.
Cole Sprouse played the studious twin, Cody.
He was the smart brother.
Cole took a break to attend New York University where he studied archaeology, but he's back to acting.
He currently plays Jughead Jones on The CW's hit drama "Riverdale." He also starred in the 2019 movie "Five Feet Apart," based on a book written by Rachael Lippincott, Mikki Daughtry, and Tobias Iaconis.
Dylan Sprouse played the troublemaker, Zack.
He came up with a lot of hijinks.
Dylan also took a break from acting to attend New York University from 2011 to 2015, where he studied video game design.
He opened the brewery All-Wise Meadery, with two business partners, in 2018. He returned to acting with 2017's indie "Carte Blanche" and has appeared in two music videos: Camila Cabello's "Consequences" and Kygo's "Think About You."
In 2020, Dylan launched a comic-book series called "Sun Eater," which was inspired by his love of fantasy-action.
Next, he will star in a YA film called "After We Collided," which is a sequel to 2019's "After."
Brenda Song was hotel heiress London Tipton.
She was a bit dimwitted.
Song had been known for many Disney Channel projects but broke into some mainstream roles with her small part in "The Social Network."
She's currently dating her "Changeland" costar, Macaulay Culkin. She had a recurring role on "Station 19" and was on some shows including "Scandal," "Pure Genius," and "Superstore."
You may have recently seen her in the Netflix thriller "Secret Obsession." Song als0 stars on a Hulu show called "Dollface."
Ashley Tisdale played Maddie Fitzpatrick, the candy-counter girl.
She was best friends with London despite their issues.
While on the show, Tisdale played Sharpay in "High School Musical."
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After the release of the first "HSM" movie in 2006, Tisdale reprised her role for two sequels. She also landed a spin-off film titled "Sharpay's Fabulous Adventure."
She has released two albums since "Suite Life" ended, 2009's "Guilty Pleasure" and 2019's "Symptoms."
Her recent roles include Kayla on "Merry Happy Whatever " and Jenny on "Carol's Second Act." Tisdale is also known for her voice work. She voiced a character on Netflix's "Skylander Academy" and played Cinderella in 2018's "Charming."
She'll reprise her Disney Channel role as Candace on the animated series "Phineas and Ferb" for the upcoming movie "Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Candace Against the Universe."
Outside of acting and singing, Tisdale launched Illuminate Cosmetics in 2016. She shut down the company in 2020, explaining that her work on shows and movies made her unable "to give Illuminate the focus it has needed."
Phill Lewis played Mr. Marion Moseby, the hotel manager.
He was strict but fun.
Lewis has had a steady acting career, but he's currently doing more directing.
He has directed episodes of shows like "One Day at a Time," "Bunk'd," and "Marlon." Lewis also reunited with Tisdale in July 2019 and shared a selfie of the pair on Twitter.
Kim Rhodes played the boy's mom, Carey Martin.
She was a singer at the hotel and also a single mom.
Rhodes has continued to act.
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You might recognize her as Sheriff Jody Mills on The CW's "Supernatural." She was supposed to have her own spin-off called the "Wayward Sisters," but it wasn't picked up to series. Rhodes also guest-starred on "Criminal Minds."
Adrian R'Mante played the hilarious bellhop, Esteban.
He had a domestic chicken.
R'Mante has had a few roles over the years.
He had guest spots on "Hawaii Five-0," "The Haunt," and "Magnum P.I."
The actor also married Mayara Reina in 2018 and they have two children together.
Brian Stepanek played Arwin Hawkhauser, the hotel's engineer.
He was a quirky inventor.
Stepanek is best known for his comedic roles.
He starred on Nickelodeon's "Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn" and has a role as Mr. Givens on "Young Sheldon."
Estelle Harris played Muriel, an old maid.
She was known for her sarcastic comments.
Harris was well-known prior to being on the Disney show.
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She was Estelle Costanza on "Seinfeld" and is the voice of Mrs. Potato Head in the "Toy Story" movies.
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