All grown up, Brenda Song played Christy on “The Social Network,” portraying the girlfriend of Facebook CFO Eduardo Saverin played by Andrew Garfield. She also appeared in popular series like “Scandal” and “New Girl. She really hoped to get screened for the massive hit film “Crazy Rich Asians,” but she wasn’t even able to get an audition.
Her managers approached the film’s producers, but they told them Song did not look Asian enough. It was a big disappointment, but, since, she’s been a busy little bee taking the lead in both the Netflix film “Secret Obsession” and the Hulu series “Dollface.” Song coupled up with fellow child star Macaulay Culkin and welcomed a child together in 2021. Since then rumors continue to swirl that the two are engaged!
Today, Shannon is best known for her roles in the FOX sitcom "Raising Hope." She appeared in Katy Perry’s music video “Hot n Cold.” Katy Perry guest-starred in two episodes of Raising Hope. You guessed it, the two are BFFs.
Woodward is also famous for playing programming whiz Elsie Hughes on HBO’s sci-fi thriller Westworld. She's since tried her hand at voice acting in the podcasts " Hot White Heist" and "The Division: Hearts on Fire."
Brenda Song Then
At 10 years old, Brenda Song made it to TV landing a role on the zany Nickelodeon sitcom "101 Deeds for Eddie McDowd." The adorable actress was courted by Disney and starred in The Ultimate Christmas Present television movie on Disney Channel.
She became a household name and fan favorite when she appeared as lovable socialite London Tipton on the Disney series "The Suite Life" and "The Suite Life On Deck."
Jessica Alba Then
Jessica Alba played... Jessica (that's convenient) on "The Secret World of Alex Mack" when she was just 13. The Nickelodeon show got her foot in the door for some serious Hollywood action in "Dark Angel" as Max. Her depiction of modern female empowerment was loved by all.
She also made appearances in hits like "Beverly Hills 90210" and "Never Been Kissed."
Jessica's career really rocketed off when she scored the lead in "Sin City" in 2005. The MTV Movie Awards honored her for the role. She then landed a part in Marvel’s film empire playing The Invisible Woman in "Fantastic Four. " However she soon became disenchanted with Hollywood.
Now she’s a family girl with her husband and children and runs The Honest Company selling a toxin-free lifestyle. She is involved with many charities and is a Baby2Baby ambassador.