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Child stars often get a wrap for coasting on the success of their younger years and never dealing with the struggles experienced by the non-famous, but that’s often pretty far from the truth. Plenty of once-famous names have had a hard time finding work once they have outgrown the veneer of youth and innocence, and it’s all too common nowadays to hear news about ex-stars who have fallen on tough times. I’m sure you could rattle off more than a few names in your head at this moment, but, as fun as it can be to reminisce and perhaps indulge in a bit of schadenfreude over the life and times of some bygone TV star, it is important to point out that some of them actually go on to do great things. Sure, I don’t know that we’ll ever see a one-time small screen idol go on to do something like solve world hunger, but it can be nice to know that kicking off a career in television early isn’t an automatic sign that things will go bad later on.
We all know of the Miley Cyruses and Lindsay Lohans of the world and all of the crazy stuff they’ve done to stay relevant post tweenage sitcom stardom, but we’re equally interested in celebrating some of the accomplishments of those who managed to keep it together over the years. With that in mind we count 12 ex-Disney child stars who kept it together, and 12 who didn’t.
24 Lalaine Vergara-Paras
On the flipside of the Lizzie McGuire coin we have Duff’s co-star Lalaine. She’s famous for her portrayal of Lizzie’s friend Miranda Sanchez, but, given that the show was canceled in 2004, it doesn’t seem like she’s done a whole lot to increase her visibility since then. She popped up now and again on Disney Channel’s Express Yourself shorts, which were a series of small clips in which network stars would confess their beliefs and opinions on certain subjects, but it was nowhere near as interesting as it sounds. She also landed a role in Disney’s made-for-TV movie You Wish! In 2003, but that appears to have been her last major acting credit with Disney.
Things went downhill for Lalaine when a 2007 arrest revealed that she had a relatively serious problem. Of course, the Mouse House has a zero tolerance policy when it comes to substances, so she was promptly dropped from the network. The charges against her were actually eventually dropped, though the damage had already been done. She hasn’t given up on her acting career, however, as she returned to the silver screen in 2018 in the film One Night Alone. She isn’t exactly as scandalous as some other ex-Disney stars, but she’s far from squeaky clean.
23 Ryan Merriman
Ryan Merriman has one of the most extensive set of acting credential that I’ve ever seen among ex-Disney actors, and his roles features so many different media formats and genres that it may honestly be difficult to imagine how adaptable this guy must be when it comes to acting. From what I know of him, he is most recognizable for his appearance in Disney’s 2001 made-for-TV vehicle The Luck of the Irish, but you would hardly have needed to see that film in order to recognize him.
He’s dipped in visibility a bit in recent years, but that isn’t to say that he’s stopped acting: he’s been in a ton of different stuff, and he has honestly been at it consistently since he made his on-screen debut in the 1993 television series The Mommies. His days working with Disney may be long gone, but, in my opinion, that’s sort of a sign of growing up. I don’t mean to throw shade at the few adult actors who have managed to find consistent work with the station, but a scant few of the channel’s thespian staff are over the age of 20.
If you are interested in catching up with Ryan Merriman’s work, you can see him in the upcoming films The Jurassic Games, Sunny Daze, and Tale of a Wet Dog.
22 Dylan Sprouse
Many will remember Dylan Sprouse as one of the rambunctious blond twins who terrorized the halls of the Tipton Hotel in Disney’s The Suite Life of Zack and Cody which ran from 2005 to 2008. The show was eventually replaced with a spin-off featuring many of the same actors reprising their roles from the previous show. Given that they were both featured on Disney’s own network, the two productions were about as wholesome as they come, and, with that in mind, you would be forgiven for thinking that those who starred in the show would have been a decidedly down-to-Earth-sort.
Well, that’s mostly true, and the Sprouse brothers still maintain a reputation of being pretty easygoing and fun to work with.
However, there was an unfortunate instance in 2013 during which adult photos of ex-child star Dylan Sprouse were leaked online. Though he later claimed to have taken the pictures to help distance himself from his role on the Suite Life shows, he later admitted to his mistake by saying that “I messed up, but I’d be a fool not to own up to it.” His Twitter bio actually once stated that he was “child actor who didn’t [take anything],” but that doesn’t mean his record is entirely spotless.
Teen star Zendaya became a name just at the tale end of my Disney Channel viewing years. Co-starring in an at-the-time brand new show titled Shake It Up!, she seemed very much like the peppy, cute young sort who would be perfect for the network. It turns out that that assumption was more or less correct, as she’s actually still working for the Disney Channel to this day, albeit on a different program. I’m not sure what happened to Shake It Up, though i would assume that it fizzled out much like many other Disney shows, but she’s currently gracing TV screens the world over in her program K. C. Undercover.
It’s pretty obvious that, given that she’s still working with the notoriously image-conscious network, she’s still got a spotless record.
When not working on children’s shows, Zendaya stars in other sorts of media. She actually landed a gig as Mary Jane in the 2017 film Spider Man: Homecoming. Unfortunately, as many will be quick to point out, that movie was critically panned and damaged the reputations of many of those who had a hand in it’s production. Zendaya, however, was actually praised for her new take on the character, and I would argue that, at the very least, she fit in well with the relatively young cast.
20 Mitchel Musso
As many an older sibling can attest, I spent a ton of time watching Disney Channel shows against my will. Much to my behest, by younger sister was often given control of the TV remote, and I spent many afternoons groaning and rolling my eyes as a young Miley Cyrus or Selena Gomez got themselves caught up in a ridiculous series of melodramatic, teen-oriented circumstances.
You may recognize Mitchel Musso as the hapless tagalong friend featured in Hannah Montana. Now, that isn’t the most polite way of describing his character in the show, but, had he been in anything more notable, I wouldn’t have had to resort to bringing his role in that show up at all. In the wake of Miley Cyrus’ exit from the show, Musso went on to have a hand in the Disney XD series Pair of Kings, which was equally as juvenile as the former program yet had an infinitely smaller lifespan. He then found a role on the network’s PrankStars before an unfortunate DUI charge lead to his termination from any association with Disney. What’s worse is that he has yet to really do anything notable since that point, and he really hasn’t taken off like many of his peers have. Even Emily Osment, Hannah’s BFF on the show, has made more of a name for herself than her former co-star.
19 Hilary Duff
To me, Hilary Duff always felt a bit like Hannah Montana before Hannah Montana became a thing. She had a brief stint as a musician, and Lizzie McGuire, the early 2000s era Disney show in which she starred, felt very similar and covered many of the same beats as the latter program, albeit with a quirky, expository little cartoon version of the main character thrown in from time to time.
I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that Duff was actually a much better actress than her blonde-haired counterpart, though her music career made much less of an impact. It feels like Disney forced all of their TV stars to embark on a music career at one time or another, and we should count ourselves lucky that we never saw Shia LaBeouf release a hit single in the wake of his show Even Stevens.
Duff is actually still at it when it comes to music: her most recent record dropped in 2015, and she gets over 1.2 million listeners monthly on Spotify, which is obviously no small feat. She’s also a bit of an instagram darling, and you can even catch up on her acting career in her most recent show Younger.
18 Kirsten Storms
Does anyone remember Disney’s epic sci-fi made-for-TV film trilogy Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century. I actually loved those silly films back in the day, but I’m now starting to worry that they all may have been a fever dream. They are scarcely referenced online, and I am really starting to wonder why I haven’t come across any Zenon memes yet. If you know you’re way around a meme generating site, I implore you to get to work on that. The star of these movies, Kirsten Storms, has remained remarkably clean over the years, though one could argue that she’s managed to make good decision all her life because she’s literally seen the future (I’m hilarious, I know).
Since her space fairing adventures came to an end in 2004 with the release of Zenon: Z3, Storms has actually managed to find work as on the hit soap opera Days of Our Lives.
In a way, her role on the show is sort of ironic, as I have spent many flu-riddled days home from school watching drab mid-day programming much like The Zenon films and Days of Our Lives. She’s actually made her way into over one thousand episodes of the show, which is extremely impressive.
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17 Bobby Driscoll
Now, this is going back — like, way back. So far back, in fact, that this dude was considered to have gone crazy well before Miley Cyrus’ dad’s heartache went on to spawn a hit country song. Driscoll was born all the way back in 1937, but he mad a name for himself by starring in such classic Disney productions as Peter Pan and Treasure Island. I sort of doubt that anyone reading this has actually seen those films, but I would be willing to bet that either your parents or grandparents have.
Though he was cute as a kid and poised to be something of a male Shirley Temple, Driscoll fell on hard times before he was even old enough to vote. He stated that he was 17 when he first started experimenting with substances, and he attributes his downfall to his bad habits, at the time, he had the kind of money he needed to get his hands on them. His is actually one of the saddest tales when compared to his modern-day television contemporaries, as years of drug abuse eventually let to his unfortunate passing in 1968 at the age of 31.
16 Katherine Heigl
I know what you’re thinking: Katherine Heigl isn’t wasn’t a Disney kid, was she? She’s mostly known for being in endless rom-coms that would make for perfect sappy movies, and she has of course made a name for herself through her appearances in the uber-emotional prime time smash hit show Grey’s Anatomy. That’s certainly not in my television wheelhouse — I typically don’t like to purposely make myself sad — but that’s not to say that I don’t harbor some respect for her contributions to the screens both large and small.
However, Katherine Heigl actually landed a starring role in Disney’s coming-of-age drama/comedy Wish Upon a Star in 1996 at the age of 17. It’s sort of funny to watch today, as it’s more than a little weird to see Heigl so young.
Granted, at a mere 39, she certainly isn’t getting up there in years quite yet, but her frequent casting as the overlooked, under-appreciated always-the-bridesmaid-never-the-bride type isn’t conducive to the beautiful young girl seen in Disney’s film. The plot actually revolves around her hatred of playing second fiddle to her more popular sister, though, so it sort of fits in with all of the other roles she has gone on to play.
15 Monet Tatianna Lerner
Monet isn’t exactly a huge name when it comes to ex-Disney stars. She made a few small appearances on some long-forgotten shows and had a recurring gig on The Suite Life of Zack and Cody, but she was never fortunate enough to land a starring role in some corny, morally informative Disney-backed program. Maybe that’s a good thing.
Today, the 28-year-old is thought of as more of a pop star than an actress, though her profile is much lower than some of her one-time co-stars like Miley Cyrus or even Ashley Tisdale. That is, however, a vast improvement from the state her life was in some years ago. She’s admitted to being a hardcore user, and her infatuation with her bad habit at one point brought her to homelessness. She has stated in the past that she has spent time living in a public park and showering in public bathrooms, and there’s even video footage out there somewhere of the peripheral child star using in the back of a car.
In an appearance on Dr. Phil, Monico was almost braggadocious about her at-the-time horrible lifestyle, and her mother was basically brought to tears at the sight of what her daughter had become, and it’s hard to say what is to become of this once-famous ex-Disney actress.
14 Clayton Snyder
As a then-10-year-old-boy strongly immune to yet ever-vigilant of the cooties you could catch by hanging out with girls or watching girly shows, I wasn’t really a huge fan of Disney’s Lizzie McGuire, and I couldn’t really get behind her huge crush on Ethan Craft, a teen heartthrob brought to life by actor Clayton Snyder. I’m sure he was quite the charmer and filled the dream diaries of many a preteen girl back in the early 2000s, but that’s not really an experience to which I can relate.
That said, it’s nice to know that this semi-stereotypical dream dude has managed to keep clean all these years. Though he hasn’t really risen to stardom beyond his days on Disney’s set, he has made small appearances here and there, and he was most notably involved in 2017’s The Reunion film.
He’s also got a ton of new stuff on the way, and I would be willing to bet that most Lizzie McGuire holdouts who still pine for the days of Tamagotchis and teenage romance will be eager to see what he has been up to — if there’s anyone like that left. Hey, that’s two ex-Lizzie actors who have managed to keep it together!
13 Debby Ryan
Debby Ryan was another actress who just seemed to be hitting her peak when my interest in the Disney Channel began to plummet. I remember her being something of a fixture on Zack and Cody spinoff Suite Life on Deck, but I was far too distracted wonder how all these people managed to enroll in high-school classes on a cruise ship to wonder about her blossoming acting career. I don’t mean to belabor the point, but how could a bunch of teenagers possibly concentrate on their studies while living on a cruise ship?
Ryan was also the star in Disney’s Jessie, a slightly cringe-worthy D-com which ran for four years and featured the Suite Life star making a living as a babysitter for a rich family. I don’t recall much of the show, but I do remember that it was one of the more formulaic and painful shows to sit through.
In 2016, Ryan was arrested in Los Angeles and charged with driving under the influence, which is a surefire way to terminate a relationship with Mickey Mouse. Since then she’s worked with Youtube stars Ben and Rafi Fine to produce the comedy series Sing it!, but her notoriety isn’t likely to match that of her days on the Disney Channel.
12 Brenda Song
You will probably remember Brenda Song for her portrayal of the hilariously ditzy London Tipton in Disney’s The Suite Life of Zack and Cody and it’s spinoff, and you may even remember her appearance in 2010’s Mark Zuckerberg biopic The Social Network, but chances are that you haven’t heard much from Brenda Song in the years following her exit from the Disney Channel. To be fair, her performances on Disney’s network are kind of difficult to beat, as, in my mind, she was probably the highlight of the show’s humor. Plus, the character was an intentional riff on real-world famous-for-being-famous types like Paris Hilton and now Kim Kardashian.
Song has remained active in her acting career, and she’s had a hand in a bunch of different television productions in the past few years. She’s made appearances in stuff like Scandal, New Girl, and even Robot Chicken, albeit never really capturing a starring role.
Song is also notable for having dated and at one point having been engaged to Trace Cyrus, brother of everyone’s famous popstar Miley Cyrus. What’s more, she actually dated Macaulay Culkin of Home Alone fame for a time, which is, in a way, funny to think about.
11 Britney Spears
Britney Spears’ stint of insanity has been well documented as discussed over the years, but it has slowly faded from memory in the eleven years since she shaved her head and attacked a reporter’s car with an umbrella. As we all know, fame can be difficult for some people, and it can be especially difficult in a scene in which people are claiming that you have become outdated and lost your luster by the age of 25. A byproduct of super-stardom and paparazzi, Spears’ crazy antics may well outlive her music career. I’m honestly not sure if I could name five of her songs, but I am well aware that she went a little out of control some years back.
Few people remember that Spears actually got her start with Disney: she was a Mouseketeer on The Mickey Mouse Club. In 2017 she was actually the recipient of a lifetime achievement award from Radio Disney. Had her behavior not scarred her career so dramatically, perhaps she could return to the network and reunite with Mickey and company. Well, on second thought, maybe she shouldn’t do that. However, she is getting her life back together, so we hope the best for Spears.
10 Brie Larson
Brie Larson might be a lower-profile name these days, but she was actually a pretty prolific young Disney Channel actress back in the day. Her major debut came in 2003 when she appeared in Disney Channel’s Right on Track, but she actually got her start in the late ’90s as a sketch actress for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. She alter went on to make a few appearances in other Disney-related movies in shows, but she was mostly relegated to the sidelines. Since then, her most prestigious acting credits come from the film Thirteen Going on 30 and Scott Pilgrim vs. The World. Well, that isn’t entirely true. In 2016, she actually won an Oscar award for best actress in Room, a film exploring the story of a mother and son who have been kidnapped and forced into isolation for years on end.
It’s a bit strange to see a former happy-go-lucky Disney Channel face take on such a serious role, and Larson joins a very small group of actors and actresses who have outgrown their Disney years and gone on to win Oscars.
Good for you, Brie! Miley Cyrus may be in the news all the time, but I don’t think she has an Oscar.
9 Mischa Barton
A theater-trained young actress, Barton got her start early and was a well-educated young talent ripe for either the stage or the screen. Though she would linger in obscurity for a few years, her big break would come with the release of Josh Schwartz’s 2003 television drama The O.C., a smash-hit program which I was, at the time, much too young to watch. Her character was written off, unfortunately, and it still seems to be a sore topic among fans of the actress and fans of the show alike. Since then she has floundered around Hollywood a bit, never really cementing a name for herself or growing beyond her role in the previous show. A 2007 DUI arrest really brought her career to an end, and she hasn’t really managed to bounce back since.
Barton actually cut her teeth in the world of acting with Disney’s extremely emotional 2002 feature film A Ring of Endless Light. What’s it about? Well, for the uninitiated, it’s pretty much a film about a young girl dealing with the slow loss of her grandfather by hanging out with dolphins. No, I will not be sitting through that particular movie again. Hey, I’m not crying — you’re crying.
8 Jake T. Austin
When Jake T. Austin first appeared on Disney Channel’s show Wizards of Waverly Place in 2007, he was a fresh-faced young actor. Honestly, going back, it’s funny to see just how young some of these kids were when they first debuted. Most people will remember that ultra-famous popstar Selena Gomez actually launched her career from this platform, and, given that Austin has definitely moved on to bigger and better things, it’s strange to see him acting at such an incredibly young age.
The show was absolutely full of that mundane and formulaic Disney Channel humor, and it was filled to the brim with awful teen drama about which few probably cared. The plots were pretty interesting from time to time — they were supposed to be wizards, after all — but the special effects used to render some of the show’s elements were so poor that it’s almost mind-boggling to think that they ever made it to TV.
Anyway, as I previously mentioned, Jake actually had a brief stint on Dancing with the Stars, and he’s gone on to find a role in the hit television series The Fosters. Many Disney actors go on to… well, they don’t go on to do a whole lot, to be honest. Jake is certainly an example of the exception to that rule, however.
7 Shia LaBeouf
Holes was one of my all-time favorite movies as a kid, and it still holds a place in my heart to this day. Though it’s a little sappy, and the plot is more than a little ridiculous, it hits all the right notes and manages to remain a staple of Shia Labeouf’s acting career all these years later. It’s a pity that the Disney production didn’t ever see a follow up, though a novelized continuation of the story entitled Small Steps was eventually released.
Though Labeouf was rocketed to superstardom, things didn’t exactly go well for him. He was given a major role in the Transformers flicks, which were mostly awful, but he’s since made waves for acting like a lunatic and setting up web cameras in public spaces for political reasons. I would argue that he may have even eclipsed Britney in terms of acting like an absolute crazy person — he lost his mind in a public restaurant, live-tweeted about his experience while high, and took to the red carpet with a brown paper bag on his head that read “I am not famous anymore” in bold, black magic marker scribbles. He’s crazy, to be sure, but he’s been in some good movies. Who is to honestly say that LaBeouf isn’t just making a mockery of Hollywood and enjoying his time in the spotlight by poking fun at others and running wild?
6 Selena Gomez
As is the case with her Wizards of Waverly Place co-star Jake T. Austin, it’s funny to look at Selena Gomez today and then go back and watch the bygone Disney production. She looks so ridiculously young. I always felt that the pseudo-tough girl persona of her character in the show felt a bit dissonant with Gomez’ actual looks, but I suppose that’s why I am not a casting director.
She was able to launch her career off the back of Wizards, which wrapped production in 2011. Unlike most of her fellow Disney actors, she’s really taken off; so much so that people think of her career as a musician before they think of her as Alex from Waverly Place. She no longer helps her parents operate a sandwich shop, and she is a long, long way away from the wizarding world.
Of course, it’s difficult to mention Gomez without bringing up her on-again, off-again relationship with internationally-acclaimed pop icon Justin Bieber. I don’t follow their relationship too closely, but it seems like Justin may experiencing a bit of unrequited love at the moment. Do you think he still watches reruns of Selena’s old Disney show? I hope not.
5 Lindsay Lohan
Much like Britney Spears, Lindsay Lohan is well known for having gone a bit psychotic in recent years. However, unlike the blonde pop diva, I would argue that Lohan’s crazy exploits haven’t quite eclipsed her body of work, whereas Spears’ hit single are now treated a something of a joke. I still like The Parent Trap, Freaky Friday, and, of course, Mean Girls. Those films still spend a lot of time on the air today, and I don’t know if there’s really anything to dislike about most of the work she has done.
However, Lohan has been in and out of rehab and jail seemingly countless times since most of that stuff released, and her name will be forever marred by her despicable behavior. Today, she’s a far cry from that cute redhead who graced the silver screen in 1998, but you might not know that if you have seen any of her recent ads for the website lawyer.com. She’s also allegedly designing her own island in Dubai at the moment, so she isn’t exactly swimming in a pool of her own mediocrity. You may not like her since her run-ins with the law, but, hey, where’s your private Dubai island?
4 Zac Efron
Zac Efron was everywhere back in the mid 2000’s when Disney’s High School Musical was popular. An oversaturated, bombastic, disgustingly cheerful production, it’s kind of weird to think that the Zac Efron of the modern day would be involved in something so sappy. Nevertheless, he was the teen heartthrob to end all teen heartthrobs, and I remember desperately waiting for his time in the spotlight to come to an end.
He’s matured since his high-school days, thought, and he’s moved on to much more interesting projects. I think most casual moviegoers will remember the hit Seth Rogen comedy Neighbors from a couple of years ago in which Efron played a young fraternity leader bent on having the time of his life despite the protests of those living next door. He was also in the Baywatch re-imagining, which was, well, The Rock was in it, so that should tell you all you need to know about that particular flick. All in all, though, I am a big fan of the talented actor young Troy Bolton turned out to be, and I honestly never thought I would end up saying something like that.
3 Bella Thorne
I vaguely remember Disney’s short-lived series Shake It Up!. I don’t really recall exactly what it was about, but I seem to remember a pair of urban, faux-punk teen girls walking around the streets of some city, gabbing about typical D-com problems. If you’re a big fan of Shake It Up!, well, I would imagine that would put you in a very small minority of people, but I nevertheless beg your forgiveness for my ignorance.
Bella Thorne, who co-starred with young actress Zendaya (whom I have already mentioned), seems to have been able to make headlines more easily through her off-screen antics. Sporting a bunch of different piercings and hair colors, she has more Miley Cyrus in her than is probably healthy. She’s also been known to go on intoxicated twitter tirades, post pictures of herself in her birthday suit online, and betray her partners. Now, that certainly sounds like quite the rock-and-roll lifestyle, but Thorne isn’t the lead singer of Motorhead — she’s a burgeoning young actress.
You almost have to admire her tenacity, though. She has claimed that she never wanted to be seen as a “Disney kid,” and she’s done a good job of striking that from her reputation. Fair dues, I suppose, I wouldn’t want to be confined to the world of Disney, either.
2 Demi Lovato
I’m sure Disney fanatics will be quick to point out that former Sonny with a Chance star Demi Lovato isn’t totally clean—she checked herself into rehab in 2010 for “emotional and physical issues,” and she’s been known to have had substance abuse issues in the past. However, those circumstances weren’t catastrophic enough to destroy her career, and, though her tenure with Disney was over as a result of these problems, she has continued on from that point and managed to thrive in the public scene. Unlike Britney Spears, few people actually remember a time in which Demi Lovato would have been thought of as crazy. She’s released a consistent offering of poppy bangers since 2011, and, though her days as an actress are likely over, she is definitely doing well for herself.
With her most recent album having dropped sometime last year, Demi is still at it and showing no signs of stopping.
Remember when she wanted to follow her musical dreams in Disney’s made-for-TV movie Camp Rock? Well, she has pretty much made turned that ambition into a reality. On a side note, I couldn’t stand that movie back in the day, nor could I tolerate much of Sonny with a Chance, but, if you couldn’t tell, I’m not the biggest fan of most of these old shows.
1 Miley Cyrus
Well, duh. How could anyone put together a list of crazy ex-Disney celebs without mentioning Hannah Montana herself. Miley spent years apparently living a lie as she and her father cranked out dozens of episodes of her hit Disney Channel show, and, at the time, nobody knew of the terror brewing in House Cyrus.
I am quite sure that we all remember that fateful day when miss Cyrus emerged from a large teddy bear at the 2013 VMA awards sporting a foam finger and an excessively long tongue. It was in those few moments when America learned that the cute, lovable country girl was gone for good. In her place stood a whirlwind of insanity with a penchant for leaking scandalous images of herself and making talk show appearances in utterly revealing clothing. To each their own, I suppose; I really have no ill will toward Miley, as she should be free to live whatever life she chooses. I just wish we could live in a time in which I would no longer be forced to hear about her ridiculous exploits. Watching reruns of Hannah Montana is flat out hilarious these days given the context, and I’m sure Mickey Mouse is rolling his eyes and wondering just where he went wrong.
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