Riverdale Cole Sprouse Details Revealed Including Age, Net Worth, His Twin Brother Dylan And Girlfriend Lili Reinhart
4 July 2018, 16:33 | Updated: 4 July 2018, 17:24
Riverdale's Cole Sprouse found fame when he was just a tween with his twin brother Dylan in both FRIENDS and Zack & Cody- you can read everything from his age, net worth and co-star girlfriend Lili Reinhart here!
Cole Sprouse has won over the hearts of teenagers everywhere not once, but twice in his acting career, and currently stars in Netflix's hit drama 'Riverdale' alongside his girlfriend and co-star Lili Reinhart.
His Instagram boasts over 16 million followers thanks to his posts which range from hilarious trolling of his friends and artsy snaps, and he's done so much for such a young guy, so lets find out everything about the actor, from his time on 'Zack and Cody' to his age and net worth...
Who is Cole Sprouse?
Cole is an American actor who first found fame waaay back in 2001 as Ross's son, Ben, on FRIENDS, and then again with Disney's 'The Suit Life Of Zack & Cody' which he starred in alongside his twin brother Dylan. Now, he is well known for playing Riverdale's Jughead Jones III.
How old is Cole?
Cole, and Dylan for that matter are 25 years-old. And hasn't he achieved a lot!
Where's he from?
Although he was born in Arezzo, Tuscany in Italy whilst his parents taught English, their family moved back to the US almost immediately and they grew up back in California.
Who is Cole Sprouse dating?
What is his net worth?
Where did he go to University?
Ps...He has a hilarious secret Instagram account
Being a Disney star doesn't make it the easiest thing to go out in public, times that by two by having a twin, and then sit back and watch people snap secret photos of you in public. That's what Cole clearly got sick of and started the Instagram account @camera_duels which sees him take his photo revenge on people as they try (and fail) to take pictures of him discreetly. Iconic.
An advanced technique betrayed by an amateur mistake. There are times when you feel like the antagonist and times when you feel like a character in the background. And while I’m sure I could sit here and write to you of the bubbling fury I felt deep in my man womb, how much easier it is to simply liken my emotional state to the woman behind our fair human heatlamp: the fog of war stare, arms folded in resignation. I’m actually impressed with the phone call technique, nothing new to me -a cynical master of the paranoid arts, but nonetheless advanced. A shame the tact was shattered by an automatic flash feature, burning deep into my soulless eyes the image of a fallen man on the precipice of the void we call ~social media currency~ #ad #cameraduels