Dylan Thomas Sprouse (born August 4, 1992) is an American actor and entrepreneur from Arezzo, Italy, who gained fame in the film industry after co-starring alongside his twin brother Cole Sprouse in the popular Disney Channel comedy series “The Suite Life of Zack & Cody” and its spin-off “The Suite Life on Deck,” where he portrayed as Zack Martin.
Dylan Thomas Sprouse and his twin brother Cole Mitchell Sprouse were born in Arezzo, Tuscany, Italy. Their parents, Matthew Sprouse and Melanie Wright are of American descent. Shortly after their birth, the family relocated to Long Beach, California, where they had the opportunity to grow up surrounded by their extended family.
In Long Beach, Dylan spent his formative years soaking in the vibrant atmosphere of Southern California. During this time, He discovered His passion for acting and began His journey in the entertainment industry. His parents, recognizing His talent and enthusiasm, supported His pursuit of a career in acting, leading to His breakthrough roles on the Disney Channel, which he starred alongside his twin brother.
Dylan Sprouse pursued his higher education at New York University’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study, beginning in 2011. With a passion for video game design, he dedicated his studies to this field and successfully earned a four-year degree.
Dylan Sprouse began his television career in 1993, co-starring in Grace Under Fire as Patrick Kelly until 1998. he continued acting with his brother in various movies and tv shows. From 2005 to 2008, Sprouse co-starred with Cole in the Disney Channel comedy The Suite Life of Zack & Cody.
In 2017, Dylan Sprouse was selected to play the lead character Lucas Ward in the movie “Dismissed.” The same year, he portrayed Nick in the comedy film “Banana Split” and appeared in the short film “carte blanche.” In 2018, Sprouse launched the All-wise meadery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, which reflects his faith.
He took the role of Paul in the 2019 short Sprouseaddy”. Sprouse played Trevor in the 2020 film “After We Collided.”
In May 2020, the first issue of his comic book “Sun Eater” was released by heavy metal and diga studios. In 2021, he portrayed luke hart in “tyger tyger” and Calaf in the Chinese film the curse of Turandot.
Award & Nominations
- Youngstar Awards
- Blockbuster Entertainment Awards
- MTV Movie Awards
- Young Artists Awards
- Popstar Magazine’s Poptastic Awards
- Kid’s Choice Awards
- Grace Under Fire (1993 – 1998)
- Mad TV (1998)
- The Astronaut’s Wife (1999)
- Big Daddy (1999)
- The Nightmare Room (2001)
- The ’70s Show (2001)
- The Suite Life of Zack & Cody (2005-2008)
- The Emperor’s New School (2006)
- That’s So Raven (2006)
- According to Jim (2008)
- The Suite Life on Deck (2008-2011)
- Wizards of Waverly Place (2009)
- Hannah Montana (2009)
- I’m in the Band (2010)
- The Suite Life Movie (2011)
- So Random (2012)
- Saturday Morning: All-Star Hits (2021)
- Banana Split (2018)
- After We Collided (202
Dylan Sprouse is known for his individual religious beliefs, which can be described as not adhering to any widely practiced religion. In the past, he was in a relationship with model Dayna Frazer. However, after their split, Dylan began dating Barbara Palvin.
There was an unfortunate incident where Dylan shared private images with a female acquaintance via his cellphone. Regrettably, these images were later posted online, leading to a scandal that negatively impacted his reputation in the entertainment industry. Despite this setback, Dylan’s brother stood by his side, offering support during the difficult time.
Following the scandal, Dylan and his brother faced challenges in the Hollywood film business, as they were avoided for a period. However, they persevered and continued their careers.
Dylan Sprouse is engaged to Barbara Palvin, and they are happily committed to their relationship.
- Instagram: @dylansprouse
- Twitter: @dylansprouse
Dylan Sprouse is believed to have an estimated net worth of US$5 million.