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Brenda Song is a well-known American actress. Song rose to fame by portraying London Tipton, the female lead, in the comedy series The Suite Life of Zack & Cody and subsequently in the spinoff series The Suite Life On Deck.
The 5'2'' tall actress started dating musician Trace Cyrus in 2010, and they were engaged from 2011 to 2012 before their relationship ended in 2017. Then Song, 34, began dating Macaulay Culkin, with whom she has one baby, Dakota Culkin.
As per Celebrity Net Worth, Brenda Song has a net worth of $8 million as of 2022. She reportedly earned $2.9 million for The Suite Life of Zack and Cody and $3.5 million for The Suite Life On Deck.
Brenda has appeared in 44 different shows, including over a dozen for multiple episodes.
Brenda Song and Macaulay Culkin invested $8 million for Kiefer Sutherland's home in Los Angeles' Toluca Lake neighborhood in August 2022.
The 4,879 square foot home, built in 1935, has five bedrooms and six bathrooms, as well as a swimming pool, a putting green, and a terrace with a fireplace and pergola.
Brenda Song appeared in the short films Requiem and The White Fox, as well as the feature films Santa with Muscles and Leave It to Beaver in the early days of her acting career. She played Sariffa Chung on Nickelodeon's 100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd from 2000 to 2002.
Song appeared as a guest star on 7th Heaven, The Brothers Garca, Bette, ER, Judging Amy, The Bernie Mac Show, The Nightmare Room, George Lopez, and That's So Raven in the early 2000s. She starred in the movie Like Mike, as well as the Disney Channel Original Movies The Ultimate Christmas Present, Get a Clue, and Stuck in the Suburbs.
Brenda had a recurring role as Tia on the Disney Channel series Phil of the Future. She began her role as London Tipton on The Suite Life of Zack and Cody in 2005, alongside Cole and Dylan Sprouse.
Song reprised her role in The Suite Life on Deck and The Suite Life Movie, as well as episodes of Wizards of Waverly Place and Hannah Montana. Brenda played the lead role in the 2006 Disney Channel Original Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior.
Brenda then made appearances in the movies College Road Trip and Boogie Town as well as the TV movies Macy's Presents Little Spirit: Christmas in New York and Special Delivery. She portrayed Christy Lee in The Social Network, a 2010 movie that was nominated for a Best Picture Academy Award and won the Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture - Drama.
Song later acted in the feature film Little Sister and the short film First Kiss in addition to making appearances on Key & Peele, The League, Life in Pieces, and Superstore as a guest star. She played Alissa on Scandal, Daisy on New Girl, JJ on Station 19, and Veronica on Fox's Dads.
Brenda also played Angie Cheng on the CBS medical drama Pure Genius and played Veronica on Fox's Dads. The 2017 Freeform film Angry Angel starred her.
Song started off as Madison Maxwell on Dollface and has since made appearances in the movies Changeland and Secret Obsession. She also made a cameo appearance in Aly & AJ's 2019 EP Sanctuary song Star Maps music video.
In 2022, she voiced Kaitlyn Ka in the interactive horror video game The Quarry and produced and starred in the Amazon Freevee film Love Accidentally.
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