Brenda Song Biography, age, Net worth, Movies, Awards and More

Brenda Song

Brenda Song Biography

Popularly known as Brenda Song full names ”Brenda Julietta Song” from a Chinese Father and Thai-American mother.

Born in Carmichael, California, United States in March 27, 1988.

Her father’s parents are from the Xiong clan (熊; Xyooj in Hmong), but changed their last name to Song when they immigrated to the USA.

She’s the oldest child of her parents and has two younger brothers, Timmy and Nathan .

When she was six years-old, she moved with her mother to Los AngelesCalifornia, and the rest of the family joined 2 years later.

At a very little age, she partook in Taekwondo and now holds a black belt in it.

Song was home schooled and earned a high school diploma at age 16.

In 2009 she graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, majoring in psychology and minoring in business.

Brenda Song

Brenda Song Net Worth

As of 2020Brenda Song’s estimated net worth is $6million.

She earn mostly from her prime career of acting, and also through appearance in commercials and modeling.


Year Title Role Notes
1995 Requiem Young Fong
1996 Santa with Muscles Susan
1997 Leave It to Beaver Susan Acustis
1999 The White Fox Sandy Short film
2002 Like Mike Reg Stevens
2004 Costume Party Capers: The Incredibles Alex Voice
2006 Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior Wendy Wu Also co-producer
2006 Holidaze: The Christmas That Almost Didn’t Happen Treat Voice
2008 College Road Trip Nancy
2009 Boogie Town Natalie
2010 The Social Network Christy Lee
2010 Little Sister Storyteller
2011 The Little Engine That Could Shiny Passenger Train
2011 Pixie Hollow Games[116] Chloe Voice
2012 First Kiss Samantha Short film
2017 Angry Angel Allison Pyke
2019 Secret Obsession Jennifer Williams
2019 Changeland Pen

Brenda Song Biography, age, Net worth, Movies, Awards and More


Year Title Role Notes
1994–95 Thunder Alley Kathy 2 episodes
1995 Fudge Jennie Main role (Season 1)
1999 Once and Again Chrissy Episode: “There Be Dragons”
1999 MADtv Trick-or-Treater Episode: “Halloween Special Edition”
1999 Popular Mandy Shepherd Episode: “Fall on Your Knees”
2000–02 100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd Sariffa Chung Main role
2000 Double Dare 2000 Herself Episode: “100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd vs The Amanda Show
2000 7th Heaven Cynthia Episodes: “Love Stinks” parts 1 & 2
2000 The Brothers García Jenny Episode: “Love Me Tender”
2000 The Ultimate Christmas Present Samantha Kwan Television film
2001 The Nightmare Room Tessa Episode: “Dear Diary, I’m Dead”
2001 Bette Stacey Episode: “The Invisible Mom”
2001 ER Lynda An Episode: “Fear of Commitment”
2001 Judging Amy Vanessa Pran Episode: “Darkness for Light”
2002 The Bernie Mac Show Shannon Episode: “The King and I”
2002 George Lopez Jennifer Episode: “Token of Unappreciation”
2002 Get a Clue Jennifer Television film
2002 For the People Ellie Episode: “The Double Standard”
2003 That’s So Raven Amber Episode: “A Dog by Any Other Name”
2003 One on One Asanti Episode: “Keeping It”
2004–05 Phil of the Future Tia Recurring role (Season 1)
2004 Stuck in the Suburbs Natasha Kwon-Schwartz Television film
2005–08 The Suite Life of Zack & Cody London Tipton Main role
2006 American Dragon: Jake Long Tracey Voice; Episode: “Bring It On”
2006–08 Disney Channel Games Herself Television special; 3 editions
2007 The Emperor’s New School Dancing Queen Voice; “The Emperor’s New Tuber/Room for Improvement” (Season 2, Episode 1)
2007–08 Pass the Plate Herself (host)
2008 Macy’s Presents Little Spirit: Christmas in New York Paige Television film
2008 Special Delivery Alice Cantwell Television film
2008–11 The Suite Life on Deck London Tipton Main role
2009 Phineas and Ferb Wendy Voice; Episode: “Unfair Science Fair”
2009 Wizards of Waverly Place London Tipton Episode: “Cast-Away (to Another Show)”
2011 The Suite Life Movie Television film
2012 Key & Peele Purple Falcon Episode: “Power Falcons”
2012–13 Scandal Alissa Recurring role (Season 12)
2013 New Girl Daisy Recurring role (Season 2)
2013–14 Dads Veronica Main role
2014, 2018 Robot Chicken Various Voices Voice; Episodes: “The Hobbit: There and Bennigan’s”; “What Can You Tell Me About Butt Rashes?”
2014 The League Rosette Episode: “The Hot Tub”
2015 Miles from Tomorrowland Frida Voice; Recurring role (Season 1)
2015 Life in Pieces Bonnie Episode: “Bite Flight Wing-Man Bonnie”
2016–17 Pure Genius Angie Cheng Main role
2017 Superstore Kristen Episodes: “Glenn’s Kids”; “Cheyenne’s Wedding”
2018, 2020 Station 19 JJ Recurring role
2019–present Amphibia Anne Boonchuy Voice, Main role, Disney Channel series
2019 Dollface Madison Maxwell Main role

Awards and nominations

Year Awards Category Recipient Outcome
2001 Young Artist Award Best Performance in a TV Movie (Comedy), Supporting Young Actress The Ultimate Christmas Present Won[18]
2003 Young Artist Award Best Performance in a Television Comedy Series, Guest Starring Young Actress The Bernie Mac Show Nominated[19]
2006 Asian Excellence Award Newcomers Award The Suite Life of Zack & Cody Nominated[35]
2011 Kids’ Choice Awards Funniest TV Sidekick Nominated[119]

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