Brenda Song Net Worth

Who is Brenda Song?

Brenda Song is an actress based in America who started her career as a child fashion model. The actress is widely recognized for the portrayal of London Tipton in Disney Channel’s The Suite Life of Zack & Cody and The Suite Life on Deck. Besides, the actress is famous for playing in movie The Social Network.

Brenda Song was born on 27th March, 1988 in a Hmong family. Her father is a school teacher and her mother is a homemaker. Her younger brothers’ names are Timmy and Nathan. Song moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting when she was of six. She was taught at home and at the age of 16 she completed her high school. She later online courses of major in psychology and minor in business from University of California, Berkeley.

Career Debut

Brenda made her television debut at the age of six through ABC’s sitcom Thunder Alley. She portrayed the role from 1994 to 1995 and for two episodes. In 1995, she portrayed main character Jennie ABC’s sitcom Fudge. The same year, she did her first movie Requiem. She starred as Young Fong in the particular movie.

In the year 1996, Song appeared as Susan in John Murlowski’s film Santa with Muscles. The next year, she starred as Susan Acustis in film Leave It to Beaver. In 1999, the actress made guest appearance in three television series; Once and Again, MADtv, and Popular. Besides, she played the role of Sandy in a short film The White Fox.

Brenda Song, in year 2000, starred as Sariffa Chung in Nickelodeon’s television sitcom 100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd. She did the role for 2 years and earned a good sum of money which increased her net worth. Besides, she appeared as Cynthia in 7th Heaven, Jenny in The Brothers Garcia and Tessa in The Ultimate Christmas Present. She had cameo roles in all these series, yet earned acceptable salaries from each series.

Works from 2001 to Present

In year 2001, Brenda made guest appearance in four television series like The Nightmare Room, Bette, ER and Judging Amy. Later in 2002, she appeared as Reg Stevens in film Like Mike directed by John Schultz. The same year, she played the role of Shannon in an episode of The Bernie Mac Show titled “The King and I”. Besides, she portrayed Jennifer in George Lopez’s episode “Token of Unappreciation”. Further, she played as Jennifer in a television film Get a Clue.

In 2003, Brenda appeared as guest actress in television series like That’s So Raven and One on One. The following year, she worked as voice actress and lent her voice for Alex in film Costume Party Capers: The Incredibles. Besides, she had a recurring role of Tia in Disney Channel’s sitcom Phil of the Future. Then she portrayed London Tipton in Disney Channel’s sitcom The Suite Life of Zack & Cody from 2005 to 2008. She earned a good sum of money which increased her net worth.

In 2006, Brenda co-produced and starred as main character Wendy Wu in film Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior. Besides, she also appeared as herself in Disney Channel Games from 2006 to 2008. She also voiced Treat in film Holidaze: The Christmas That Almost Didn’t Happen. Eventually, the actress worked in different movies like College Road Trip (2008), Boogie Town (2009), The Social Network (2010), Little Sister (2010), Pixie Hollow Games (2011), The Little Engine That Cloud (2011), etc. The actress has also worked as main actress in different television series like The Suite Life on Deck (2008-2011), Dads (2012-13), Pure Genius (2016-2017).

Net Worth

Brenda Song is a versatile actress who is the owner of net worth $6 million. The actress has worked in many films which have helped her to earn this net worth.

Must Know Facts about Brenda Song

Real Name: Brenda Song
Date of Birth: 27 Mar., 1988
Profession: Actress
Height: 5′ 2″
Facebook: 6M Fans in Facebook
Instagram: 1.3M Followers in Instagram
Twitter: 264K Followers in Twitter
Net Worth: $6 Million

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