Brenda Song started her own career in the entertainment industry when she was a young girl.
She began her journey as a model in United States, and later modeled for some commercials, such as Little Caesars and Barbie.
This Aries actress then made her official debut on TV by appearing in Thunder Alley in 1994 as Kathy for 2 episodes.
Since then, her opportunities to be an actress then became wider than ever, proven by her appearance in some movies and series, such as Santa with Muscles (1996), Leave It to Beaver (1997), Once and Again (1999), and Popular (1999).
In 2002, Brenda Song gained more popularity after appearing in The Bernie Mac Show, which earned her nomination for Best Performance in a TV Comedy Series, Guest Starring Young Actress.
But actually, her actual career breakthrough began after she signed with Disney in that year.
After signing with Disney, Brenda started to show her acting in various Disney movies and series, such as Get a Clue (2002), That’s So Raven (2003), Phil of The Future (2004), and many more.
In 2006, she starred in The Suite Life of Zack & Cody as London Tipton, which blew up her popularity.
Because of that role, she successfully won as Best Role Model for Asian Excellence Awards 2006.
Later, she appeared in more iconic series, such as The Suite Life on Deck (2008), Phineas and Ferb (2009), Wizards of Waverly Place (2009), and Hannah Montana (2009).
After continuing her career by starring and appearing in various Disney movies and series, Brenda got another career breakthrough in 2010.
In that year, she was trusted to act in The Social Network, a biographical drama movie about Facebook and resulting lawsuits, which earned her various awards.
Brenda then continued her acting career for Scandal (2012), Dads (2013), Pure Genius (2016), and Angry Angel (2017).
Later, she made other appearances for Station 19 (2018), Amphibia (2019), and also Dollface (2019).
- Real Name: Brenda Song
- Stage Name: Brenda Song
- Nickname: Brenda
- Birthday: March 27, 1988
- Birthplace: Carmichael, California, United States
- Zodiac Sign: Aries
- Nationality: American
- Height: 157 cm (5’2″)
- Weight: 51 kg (112 lbs)
- Blood Type: –
- Religion: –
- Profession: Actress
- Education: University of California.
- Hobbies: –
- Parents: Mai Song (mother)
- Siblings: Nathan Song (brother), Timmy Song (brother)
- Boyfriend: Macaulay Culkin (2017- ), Trace Cyrus (2010-2017)
- Children: 1
- Facebook: Brenda Song Official
- Twitter: @BrendaSong
- Instagram: @brendasong
- TikTok: –
- YouTube: –
- Brenda is a pet lover.
- She owns two dogs.
- She always keeps in touch with her fans through her social media platforms.
- Brenda’s parents were born in Thailand.
- Her father is a school teacher.
- Brenda’s mother is a housewife.
- Originally her last name was Xiong, but she and her family changed it to Song when they moved to United States.
- She moved to the US with her mother when she was 6 years old.
- When she was younger, Brenda wanted to learn ballet.
- Her brother wanted to learn taekwondo when he was young, so her mother settled on taekwondo to take Brenda and her brother to one place.
- Brenda already got a black belt in taekwondo.
- During the ninth grade, Brenda had titled as an All-American Scholar.
- She already got a high school diploma when she was 16 years old.
- Her ideal type is…
- Her net worth is around $8 million.
- Bobbleheads: The Movie (2020), as Kelani (voice)
- Secret Obsession (2019), as Jennifer Allen Williams
- Changeland (2019), as Pen
- Little Sister (2010), as storyteller
- The Social Network (2010), as Christy Ling
- Boogie Town (2009), as Natalie
- College Road Trip (2008), as Nancy
- Like Mike (2002), as Reg Stevens
- Leave It to Beaver (1997), as Susan Acustis
- Santa with Muscles (1996), as Susan
- Angry Angel (Freeform | 2017), as Allison Pyke
- The Suite Life Movie (Disney Channel | 2011), as London Tipton
- Special Delivery (Sky Movies | 2008), as Alice Cantwell
- Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior (Disney Channel | 2006), as Wendy Wu
- Stuck in the Suburbs (Disney Channel | 2004), as Natasha Kwon-Schwartz
- The Ultimate Christmas Present (Disney Channel | 2000), as Samantha Kwan
- Dollface (Hulu | 2019-present), as Madison Maxwell
- Amphibia (Disney Channel | 2019-present), as Anne Boonchuy (voice)
- Station 19 (ABC | 2018-2020), as JJ
- Superstore (NBC | 2017), as Kristen
- Freaktown (Disney XD | 2016), as B-1000
- Pure Genius (CBS | 2016-2017), as Angie Cheng
- Life in Pieces (CBS | 2016), as Bonnie
- Miles from Tomorrowland (Disney Junior | 2015), as Frida (voice)
- The League (FXl | 2014), as Rosette
- Dads (Fox | 2013-2014), as Veronica
- New Girl (Fox | 2013), as Daisy
- Scandal (ABC | 2019-present), as Alissa (voice)
- Key & Peele (Mad TV | 2012), as Purple Falcon
- Hannah Montana (Disney Channel | 2009), as London Tipton
- Wizards of Waverly Place (Disney Channel | 2009), as London Tipton
- The Suite Life on Deck (Disney Channel | 2008-2011), as London Tipton
- The Emperor’s New School (Disney Channel | 2007), as Dancing Queen (voice)
- American Dragon: Jake Long (Disney Channel | 2006), as Cheerleader Tracey (voice)
- The Suite Life of Zack & Cody (Disney Channel | 2005-2008), as London Tipton
- Phil of the Future (Disney Channel | 2004-2005), as Tia
- One on One (UPN | 2003), as Asoniti
- Lilo & Stitch: The Series (ABC | 2003), as Mitzi Suzuki (voice)
- That’s So Raven (Disney Channel | 2003), as Amber
- For the People (Lifetime | 2002), as Ellie
- George Lopez (ABC | 2002), as Jennifer
- The Nightmare Room (Kids’ WB | 2002), as Tessa
- Judging Amy (CBS | 2001), as Vanessa Pran
- ER (NBC | 2001), as Lynda An
- Bette (CBS | 2001), as Stacey
- 7th Heaven (The WB | 2000), as Cynthia
- 100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd (Nickelodeon | 2000-2002), as Sariffa Chung
- Popular (The WB | 1999), as Mandy Shepherd
- Once and Again (ABC | 1999), as Chrissy
- Thunder Alley (ABC | 1994-1995), as Kathy
- The Eric Andre Show (Adult Swim | 2020), as herself
- The Bernie Mac Show (Fox | 2002), as Shannon
- Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards 2011 – Best Ensemble Cast – The Social Network
- Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards 2010 – Best Ensemble Acting – The Social Network
- Hollywood Film Awards 2010 – Ensemble of the Year – The Social Network
- Young Hollywood Awards 2006 – Superstar of Tomorrow – The Suite Life of Zack & Cody
- Young Hollywood Awards 2006 – Best Role Model – The Suite Life of Zack & Cody
- Young Artist Awards 2001 – Best Performance in a TV Movie (Comedy), Supporting Young Actress – The Ultimate Christmas Present
- Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards 2011 – Funniest TV Sidekick – The Suite Life on Deck
- Gold Derby Awards 2011 – Best Ensemble Cast – The Social Network
- Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Awards 2010 – Best Acting Ensemble – The Social Network
- San Diego Film Critics Society Awards 2010 – Best Ensemble Cast Best Ensemble Performance – The Social Network
- Asian Excellence Awards 2006 – Newcomers Award – The Suite Life of Zack & Cody
- Young Artist Awards 2003 – Best Performance in a TV Comedy Series, Guest Starring Young Actress – The Bernie Mac Show
Brenda is really a good inspiration since she was a child actress. She is inspiring, fresh, and full of spirit!