Cole and Dylan Sprouse Have Been Acting Since They Were 8 Months Old — Relive Their Evolution

You're probably pretty familiar with Cole and Dylan Sprouse if you grew up in the '90s. The 27-year-old twins started acting when they were only 8 months old and haven't stopped since. They got their big break playing Ross Geller's son, Ben, on "Friends" and the adorable Julian in Adam Sandler's "Big Daddy" but gained a huge following with their Disney Channel show "The Suite Life of Zack & Cody" and its spinoff series,"The Suite Life on Deck."

Even though they took some time off to attend NYU, the pair have continued acting through the years, with Cole taking on the role of Jughead on "Riverdale," and Dylan starring as Trevor in "After We Collided" in 2020. More recently, Dylan took on a role in another romantic drama, "Beautiful Disaster," which premiered on Netflix on April 12, 2023.

The pair haven't been spotted together too often lately, but that doesn't mean future collaborations are off the table. In 2020, Dylan told Us Weekly that he would be open to working with his brother again — though he'd be selective about the project. "I mean, we're very serious," he said. "It's more likely that I will write something for us to work in together, rather than someone approach us. Twin movies are never good! That's just the universal truth I think the universe has given to us, and so if we can find the right thing then, yeah." Dylan also noted that he and his brother have remained tight-knit through the years. "I mean, he is my twin brother," he said. "I love him very much. We talk every day and we play video games together. So yeah, you can say that we're kind of each other's confidantes in a lot of ways."

Ahead, check out photos of the Sprouse twins as they've grown up over the years.