Is cole sprouse dating debby ryan in real life
Fellow Disney stars Cody Linley, Jennifer Stone and David Henrie made a point to seek out Debby and wish her a very happy birthday. Victoria Justice, Ashley Argota, Adam Hicks, Carter Jenkins, Steve Rushton, Josh Golden, Madison Pettis, Doc Shaw, Sterling Knight, Chelsea Staub, Savannah Outen, Monet, Josh Hutcherson, and Simon Curtis.could even come close to comparing to a ditched wedding!I don’t know why this story fascinates me, considering I’m too old to have ever watched an episode of their show.
#The Dramais Not Real Click through the gallery below to take a peek inside Debby’s dating timeline to see all the guys she has, quote-unquote, dated in the past!
The Suite Life Movie is a 2011 science fiction comedy-drama film directed by Sean Mc Namara, written by Michael Saltzman, and starring Dylan and Cole Sprouse, Brenda Song, Debby Ryan, Matthew Timmons, John Ducey, Matthew Glave, and Phill Lewis.
Cole and Dylan Sprouse were guests at Debby Ryan’s Sweet 16 Birthday party sponsored by Popstar.
The Suite Life on Deck sweetheart received a ton of gifts and absolutely loved the Coldstone Creamery cake.
We caught up with Cole earlier this year at the CW Upfronts where he talked about the buzz surrounding the show.
“I think inherently when you’re dealing with any comic book property, you’re dealing with the ability to make the fans excited because as a comic book fan myself, when someone messes with something I really love, it upsets you,” Cole said.
The 22-year-old actress took to Instagram to share a cute black-and-white photo with her former co-star.
PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Debby Ryan “This was a camera duel. Real thankful for snapchat quality #photography and this friendship,” she captioned it.
I don’t mean “misuse” in the sense of abuse, but in the sense of not enabling them to make money — sometimes not even a living wage — off their own content.
(On that note, I refer you to this article in magazine about the indie rock band, Grizzly Bear.) Although a person could argue that Dylan and Cole Sprouse were teenagers and arguably too young to capably write/produce their own show, the fact that Disney stole — er, heavily borrowed — their entire idea suggests the issue was less about that and more about their own bottom line.
JJJ got a sneak peek at the first four episodes and they are fantastic.