Dylan Sprouse Biography, Age, Family, Brother, Girlfriend, Smoking, Net Worth and Interview

Dylan Sprouse born Dylan Thomas Sprouse is an American actor well known for his role as Zack Martin on the Disney Channel series The Suite Life on Deck, The Suite Life of Zack & Cody and its spin-off.

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Dylan Sprouse Biography

Dylan Sprouse born Dylan Thomas Sprouse is an American actor well known for his role as Zack Martin on the Disney Channel series The Suite Life on Deck, The Suite Life of Zack & Cody and its spin-off.

Dylan Sprouse Age

He was born on 4 August 1992 in Arezzo, Italy. He is 26 years old as of 2018.

Dylan Sprouse Family

He is the son of Matthew Sprouse, who worked as an English teacher and Melanie Wright also an English teacher. He was raised by his father and his stepmother Curry, The family has three dogs. He is the grandson of Jonine Booth Wright a Drama Teacher and an actress.

Dylan Y Cole Sprouse | Cole Sprouse And Dylan Sprouse

Dylan Thomas Sprouse and Cole Mitchell Sprouse are American twin brothers and actors. They are referred to as the Sprouse brothers or Sprouse Bros. They are identical twins. He is only 15 minutes older than his twin brother.

Dylan Sprouse Girlfriend

He is in a relationship with Barbara Palvin, the Victoria’s Secret Model. He has been into different relationships known to the public. He has dated an American singer, songwriter, and actress Miley Cyrus, Kara Crane, an American actress, and British actress Becky Rosso and model Dayna Frazer.

Dylan Sprouse Height and Weight and Body Measurements

Height: 182 cm (5’12”)
Weight: 70 kg (154 lbs)
Body Measurements: Not known

Dylan Sprouse Education

He joined New York University’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study and obtained a four-year degree in video game design in 2015, alongside his brother.

Dylan Sprouse Body, Feet and Hot

Dylan Sprouse Career

He began his career in 1993 on television, alongside his twin brother Cole Sprouse, sharing the role of Patrick Kelly in Grace Under Fire until 1998. He has appeared in several films and television series with his brother. He was cast in the thriller film Dismissed in 2017, as the lead role of Lucas Ward, he also booked a short film Carte Blanche and was cast in comedy film Banana Split as Nick. He joined as Paul in a short film Daddy and Turandot, the Chinese film opposite actress Guan Xiaotong as the character Calaf.

Dylan Sprouse Smoking

It is not revealed whether he smokes or not. Although he has acted smoking.

Dylan Sprouse House

He together with his twin brother has a house in California.

Dylan And Cole Sprouse Big Daddy

Thirty-two-year-old Sonny Koufax (Adam Sandler) has spent his whole life avoiding responsibility. But when his girlfriend dumps him for an older man, he’s got to find a way to prove he’s ready to grow up. In a desperate last-ditch effort, Sonny adopts 5-year-old Julian (Dylan Sprouse), (Cole Sprouse) to impress her. She’s not impressed … and he can’t return the kid. Uh-oh for Sonny!

Initial release: 17 June 1999 (USA)
Director: Dennis Dugan
Box office: 234.8 million USD
Screenplay: Adam Sandler, Tim Herlihy, Steve Franks

Dylan Sprouse Net Worth

Dylan together with his brother is award-winning actors who have made a good fortune from their acting career. Their net worth is totaled and estimated to be around $16 million.

Dylan Sprouse Riverdale

It was expected that Dylan together with his brother cole to appeared in the American teen drama television series “Riverdale.” He did not make an actual appearance on Riverdale but was seen posing with a poster of the whole Riverdale cast

Dylan Sprouse Dismissed

He was cast as Lucas Ward, the lead role in the thriller film Dismissed

Dylan Sprouse Twitter

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Dylan Sprouse Interview

Dylan Sprouse on His Killer New Role, Life After Disney, and Why He Doesn’t Watch ‘Riverdale’

Source: indiewire.com

The “Dismissed” star on how brewing helped him make his acting comeback and why this role was unlike anything he had ever done before.

Dylan Sprouse on His Killer New Role, Life After Disney, and Why He Doesn’t Watch ‘Riverdale’
The “Dismissed” star on how brewing helped him make his acting comeback and why this role was unlike anything he had ever done before.

Dylan Sprouse is no stranger to the big screen, having started his acting career at just eight months old alongside his identical, younger twin brother, Cole. From their breakout role in Adam Sandler’s “Big Daddy” to becoming Disney Channel stars as tweens, the Sprouse Twins seemed destined for a lifelong career in show business until they both took a break from acting to attend New York University in 2011. While Cole returned to television in 2016 to star as Jughead Jones in the CW’s hit series “Riverdale,” Dylan is finally making his own return to acting with the lead role in a new thriller, “Dismissed.”

Sprouse plays Lucas Ward, a high schooler who transfers into the classroom of English teacher Mr. Butler (Kent Osbourne). On the surface, Lucas seems like a dream student. He’s punctual, earns straight A’s, and comes to class tucked into pressed pants and blazers — an overachiever, sure, but a smart kid who wants the very best for himself. Lucas’ dream is to go to Harvard, and it’s clear that he feels the enormous pressure of maintaining perfect grades to achieve it.

But there are also dark ripples underneath Lucas’ charming surface that keep bubbling up until they eventually spill over into violence and mayhem. He viciously threatens a classmate for talking during a lesson and temporarily blinds a classmate when he is chosen over Lucas as the first chair for a chess tournament. But while the behavior is truly sociopathic, Sprouse is able to tease out the humanity in Lucas, and he keeps the character from becoming a horror trope or an “SVU” caricature.

When Lucas turns in a thick, typewritten tome for his term paper (arguing Iago is the true hero of “Othello,” naturally), he is shocked to discover that he has only earned a B+ for his work. Lucas is unable to process why his work isn’t good enough and vehemently argues that even though his thesis might not be traditional, he’s backed it up with evidence from the text. The truth is, it’s hard to disagree with him; while the “low” grade ultimately serves as Lucas’ breaking point, Sprouse’s performance makes his character’s reaction weirdly relatable to anyone who remembers the pressures of college life.

“I think what the interesting part about Lucas is that in school there are moments where you’re like, ‘Oh my God, societally I need to do everything I can to make sure my life is set up,’” Sprouse recently told IndieWire. “That was kind of the guilt complex and the fear complex that we wanted to portray with [Lucas] but kind of drag it out to 11. I think in him being relatable it also says a little bit about our education system in a way.”

At times, “Dismissed” feels like a low-budget horror movie, but Sprouse’s crackling and nuanced performance elevates the film and makes it impossible to look away. For Sprouse, it was the dark, complicated, and ultimately destructive nature of Lucas that was such an alluring vehicle for his return to acting. “It’s definitely different from anything that I’ve ever done,” he admitted.

Despite the heaviness of the role, Sprouse didn’t find it too difficult to step into Lucas’ shoes, and he actually enjoyed it. For inspiration, he began tuning into the behavior of some of his friends. “Everyone has friends or people they know, while they aren’t definitively sociopaths, they have sociopathic qualities,” he said. “I know I have friends with qualities like that myself, and while that may sound weird I definitely observed them. I think it was easy for me to kind of get in that headspace and know them a little bit and then in that way know Lucas a little bit.”

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