Dylan Sprouse Net Worth

Dylan Sprouse Net Worth

What is Dylan Sprouse’s net worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $8 million.

Dylan Sprouse – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $8 million
Date of birth: August 4, 1992 (31 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 180 cm
Profession: Actor, Child Actor
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

Dylan Sprouse Net Worth: Dylan Sprouse is an American actor who has a net worth of $9 million. Dylan has appeared in numerous projects with his twin brother, Cole, often portraying the same character due to California child labor laws. The two shared the role of Patrick Kelly on the ABC sitcom “Grace Under Fire” (1993–1998) and Julian McGrath in the comedy “Big Daddy” (1999), which starred Adam Sandler. They co-starred on the Disney Channel series “The Suite Life of Zack & Cody” (2005–2008) and “The Suite Life on Deck” (2008–2011) as well as “The Suite Life Movie” (2011), which they also produced. In addition to their acting work, the Sprouse brothers also launched a clothing line, magazine, and book series. Dylan has more than 40 acting credits to his name, including the films “Dismissed” (2017), “Banana Split” (2018), and “After We Collided” (2020), and he was cast in a main role on the 2021 HBO Max series “The Sex Lives of College Girls.”


Career: When Dylan and Cole were 8 months old, they landed a main role on “Grace Under Fire” and appeared in more than 70 episodes of the show. The twins also shared roles in a 2001 episode of R. L. Stine’s “The Nightmare Room” and the films “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus” (2001), “Diary of a Sex Addict” (2001), “The Master of Disguise” (2002), and “The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things” (2004). The twins earned several award nominations for playing Julian “Frankenstein” McGrath in the 1999 film “Big Daddy,” and they worked with Adam Sandler again in the 2002 animated holiday movie “Eight Crazy Nights,” voicing a KB Toys soldier. Dylan and Cole played separate roles in “The Astronaut’s Wife” (1999), “Just for Kicks” (2003), “A Modern Twain Story: The Prince and the Pauper” (2007), “The Kings of Appletown” (2009), “Kung Fu Magoo” (2010), and a 2001 episode of “That ’70s Show.” In 2005, Dylan began playing Zack to Cole’s Cody on “The Suite Life of Zack & Cody.” The show aired 87 episodes over three seasons, and the brothers reprised their roles on “The Suite Life on Deck,” the Disney Channel series “That’s So Raven” (2006), “Wizards of Waverly Place” (2009), and “Hannah Montana” (2009), and Disney XD’s “I’m in the Band” (2010). In 2011, they starred in the television film “The Suite Life Movie.”

Personal Life

Personal Life: Dylan began a relationship with model Barbara Palvin in June 2018, and they moved into a Brooklyn apartment together in early 2019. As a college student, Sprouse worked as a host at an NYC restaurant as “a way to primarily feed [his] over bountiful video game addiction…as well as a way to socialize and get out of the house.” He has said that he’s identified as a Heathen since he was 15 years old, and in 2018, he opened All-Wise Meadery, “an all American, locally sourced Micro-Meadery and bar run by heathens.” The meadery is located in the Williamsburg area of Brooklyn, and Dylan is the brewmaster.


“Escargot is pretty good.”

— Dylan Sprouse

“I used to be very scared of silence because I felt it was my responsibility to keep people occupied. That definitely spawns from an insecurity in myself. When people aren’t enjoying themselves, when I’m involved, it somehow comes back to it being my fault. But I do want people to have a good time.”

— Dylan Sprouse

“It’s easy to stereotype twins into any role. There’s not a lot of great twin roles written, and oftentimes, when there are, they’re given to a single actor who green screens themselves into both places.”

— Dylan Sprouse

“If you want your kid in the business, ask them if that’s what they want. Don’t be weird about it. There’s a lot of pressure out there. Your child may fail. A lot of it has to do with chance, and it may not work out the way you or your child expects. You have to understand that ahead of time.”

— Dylan Sprouse

“I tend to enjoy roles that I very closely identify with: fringe people and complicated characters, who might even be bad guys, or bad characters that have one redeeming quality.”

— Dylan Sprouse

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