How old are the Sprouse brothers now?

26 years
August 4, 1992

How old is Zack and Cody right now?

May 20, 2015 at 11:43 PM EDT.
22-year-old twins Zack and Cody Dylan and Cole Sprouse graduated from New York University on Wednesday, and in doing so induced nostalgia overload among millennials everywhere. Because our beloved Zack and Cody Dylan and Cole are now grown-ups.
  • What is the episode where Alex meets Mason?

    The official couple song: "A Year Without Rain" by Selena Gomez - A promo for the episode "Wizards Unleashed " with "A Year Without Rain." in the background. It's also the song played at the end of "Wizards Unleashed." Mason and Alex break up a total of three times and get together four times during the series.
  • What episode is Wizards vs Werewolves?

    Wizards vs. Werewolves. "Wizards vs. Werewolves" is the ninth and tenth episode of season three of Wizards of Waverly Place, and the sixtieth and sixty-first of the overall series. It premiered on January 22, 2010.
  • What episode is Alex Charms A Boy?

    Alex Charms a Boy. "Alex Charms a Boy" is the eighth episode of season three of Wizards of Waverly Place, and the fifty-ninth of the overall series.

Do the Sprouse brothers have siblings?

Cole Sprouse
  • Which one is Zack and Cody?

    Series cast summary:
    Cole SprouseCody Martin / 87 episodes, 2005-2008
    Dylan SprouseZack Martin / 87 episodes, 2005-2008
    Brenda SongLondon Tipton / 87 episodes, 2005-2008
    Ashley TisdaleMaddie Fitzpatrick 87 episodes, 2005-2008
  • How do you finesse people?

    How to Finesse People and Situations
    1. Make eye contact.
    2. Remember names and use them often.
    3. Give genuine compliments.
    4. Express gratitude.
    5. Have a sense of humor.
    6. Be empathetic.
    7. Be selectively patient.
    8. Refine the art of “name dropping” and “event dropping.”
  • What is jug detention?

    JUG, JUG Review and JUG Detention. JUG: The ordinary penalty for violations of good order, student responsibility and school regulations is JUG, derived from the Latin sub jugum, meaning “under a burden.”

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