They later appeared in several television sitcoms and starred in the straight-to-DVD films I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus and Just for Kicks.
From 2005 until 2008, they starred in the Disney Channel sitcom The Suite Life of Zack & Cody.
Zack hops into action putting his survival tactics to use, while London takes it all in stride believing that they have found a remote five-star resort. Moseby (Phill Lewis) realizes that the kids are missing, he sets off on a search to find them.March 2009 - Present Cole Sprouse is one of the Sprouse Brother twins.His first big acting break was a role in Big Daddy, where he starred alongside Adam Sandler.As a result of the series' success, the media has termed them "heartthrobs" and "overwhelming draws" among preteen and teen audiences.The following year, the brothers launched a franchise known as the Sprouse Bros brand, which included a clothing line, book series and magazine.Sure, they kept in touch with fans via social media but, for the most part, stayed out of the public eye.(Oh, except for the time Dylan accused Joe Jonas of being a fraud and had his nude photos leak.) But their hilarious tweets and legit sexy photoshoot pics — seriously, college was good to these two — have expanded their fanbases more than ever: They both have more than 2 million Twitter followers, and their posts regularly go viral with more than 10,000 retweets!Though the film received mixed reviews, the two were nominated for multiple awards for their role in the film.During the early 2000s, the twins appeared in episodes of The Nightmare Room and That '70s Show, as well as in Mad TV and portrayed roles in the feature films The Master of Disguise and Adam Sandler's Eight Crazy Nights.Casting twins in a single role thus allows more time for the character to be filmed.In 1999, the boys appeared in their first major feature film, Big Daddy, in which they shared the role of a five-year-old boy named Julian who is adopted by Adam Sandler's character, Sonny Koufax.