[HA for DROKU] TOP 5 Asian-American Actors and Actresses On Disney and Nickelodeon
Written by Mari
Wednesday, March 28, 2012 01:16 PM
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15-year-old actress Megan Lee made an appearance in Nickelodeon’s
“iCarly” and was a contestant on Disney’s "Get Connected,” where she won
first place for answering various questions about Disney’s original
movie “Camp Rock 2.” Lee is also an accomplished singer and songwriter.
Check out our interview with Megan Lee HERE.
Justin Chon is a seasoned actor, having been featured in movies like
"Crossing Over" and "Turbo." The 30-year-old may be best known for his
role as Eric Yorkie in the "Twilight" movie series, but did you know the
actor has also had a role in Disney Channel’s original movie “Wendy Wu:
Homecoming Warrior” as Wendy's brother Peter Wu, and played Tony Lee in
the Nickelodeon series “Just Jordan”?
Vanessa Hudgens made her name in the Disney Channel phenomenon “High
School Musical.” Her other appearances include Disney's “Suite Life Of
Zack And Cody” and Nickelodeon's “Drake & Josh” and “The Brothers
Garcia.” The 22-year- old actress is also a singer with her first album
making it to 24th on Billboards charts.
20 year old actress Hayley Kiyoko is known for her role as Velma
Dinkley in movies “Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins” and “Scooby-Doo!
Curse of the Lake Monster”. Kiyoko also made a cameo in Disney channel’s
original television series “Wizards of Waverly Place” and had a lead
role in the 2011 Disney movie “Lemonade Mouth”. Kiyoko also started her
musical career and is currently a part of the girl group The Stunners
and opened for Justin Bieber in his 2010 World Tour.
Brenda Song, has long been known for her roles in many Disney Channel
original movies and TV series like “Get a Clue” in 2002 and “Stuck in
the Suburbs” in 2004. Not stopping there, the 23-year-old starred as
London Tipton in popular Disney series “Suite Life Of Zack and Cody” and
is currently filming “Suite Life On Deck.” In 2006, Song was named
“Queen of Disney" by Cosmogirl Magazine before going on to star in in
Walt Disney Pictures’ 2008 film “College Road Trip” and had the lead
role in “Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior.” Most recently, Song was featured
in hit-movie "The Social Network."