Cole Sprouse may have made a name for himself as one of this generation's ultimate hotties after appearing on Riverdale as Jughead, but he's actually appeared many times before on TV shows and even in movies. At 24 years old, this cutie has already been in a lot of projects in the entertainment industry. Just take a look at some of them below.
Cole, together with his twin brother Dylan, played the character Patrick Kelly in ABC's Grace Under Fire at just eight months old! The series aired until 1998.
After their stint on Grace Under Fire, the twins went on to play Julian McGrath in the movie Big Daddy, where they starred with Adam Sandler. They also appeared in the sci-fi thriller The Astronaut's Wife for the very first time as twins and worked alongside Johnny Depp and Charlize Theron.
From 2000 to 2002, Cole played the recurring character Ben Geller on the iconic TV series Friends—this time, without some help from his twin brother.
More doors definitely opened for the Sprouse brothers because in 2001, people have seen them both on TV and on the big screen. They appeared on episodes of The Nightmare Room and That '70s Show, and they also appeared in the movies Diary of a Sex Addict and I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus.
For a few years, Cole and Dylan took a break from being on TV. But they were seen on the big screen during these years via the movies The Master of Disguise, Eight Crazy Nights, Apple Jack, Just for Kicks, and The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things.
And in this year, Cole got to star in his very own TV series under Disney Channel—The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, where he played one of the hilarious twins, Cody. The show was such a hit that a spin-off was made for its fans, The Suite Life on Deck.
But if you think he wasn't doing anything else during The Suite Life, you're wrong. While they were working on the series, Cole appeared on other projects with Dylan, like Hannah Montana and Wizards of Waverly Place.
After taking a break from the limelight, mostly because he and his bro Dylan finished their courses at the New York University, Cole returned on TV as Jughead in the Archie comics TV series adaptation, Riverdale. We seriously can't wait to see more of him in the coming years. A movie perhaps?