How Much Does Cole Sprouse Weigh?

Half of the so-called Sprouse Twins in Hollywood, Cole Sprouse has appeared in many television series including “The Suite Life on Deck” and “The Suite Life of Zack & Cody,” both of which are sitcoms for Disney Channel.

He and his brother were also part of the ABC television series “Grace Under Fire,” which had a great run from 1993 to 1998.

Cole also had a special role in the hit series “Friends,” where he played the son of one of the major characters.

The Weight of Cole Sprouse

How much does Cole Sprouse weigh? With a weight of 105 pounds, Cole is much lighter than his twin brother Dylan. His complete name is Cole Mitchell Sprouse.

He and his brother were born together on August 2, 1992, in the City of Arezzo in the area of Tuscany in Italy. According to their parents, Cole is younger by 15 minutes.

He was named after popular jazz musician Nat King Cole. His parents are Melanie Wright and Matthew Sprouse.

Additional Information and Other Interesting Details

It is quite safe to say that Cole and his brother were born actors. When they were just six months old, they already appeared in a toilet paper advertisement.

During that early age, the two were also part of the ABC television series “Grace Under Fire.” In that particular show, they alternately played the role of Patrick Kelley.

Their first film came in 1999 when they shared a role in the movie “Bid Daddy,” which also featured Adam Sandler. After that, they also played a small role in “The Astronaut’s Wife.”

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During the early parts of 2000, the two concentrated on television. They appeared in hit TV shows like “That ‘70s Show” and “The Nightmare Room.”

From 2002 to 2003, they played significant roles in a couple of direct-to-video releases, namely “Just for Kicks” and “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Clause.”

They made it big when they were given the chance to play the lead roles in Disney Channel’s “The Suite Life of Zack and Cody,” which became an instant hit among teenagers and pre-teens.

In 2004, the two shared the same role once again, this time in the independent movie entitled “The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things.” It was released sometime in the early months of 2006.

The following year, they became part of the film entitled “A Modern Twain Story: The Prince and the Pauper.” Cole has numerous nominations including the Young Artist Award in 2006, the Young Artist Award in 2007, and the Kids Choice Award also in 2007.

He also received nominations for the Kids Choice Award in 2008 and in 2009.