DISNEY alumni Brenda Song is reportedly engaged to longtime boyfriend Macaulay Caulkin.
The model turned actress has been dating the Home Alone child star since 2017 after meeting on the set of his movie Changeland.
How old is Brenda Song?
Brenda is 33 年, having been born on March 27, 1988.
She began her career at the age of six working as a child model before embarking on early projects on the Nickelodeon and Disney channel.
The actress soon became best known for playing the female lead role of London Tipton in the comedy series The Suite Life Of Zack & Cody (2005–2008), and later the spinoff series The Suite Life On Deck (2008–2011).
Brenda then transitioned into mainstream roles with appearances in the critically acclaimed drama film The Social Network (2010) and ABC’s political thriller Scandal (2012-2013).
から 2019 以降, she has provided the voice of Anne Boonchuy in the Disney Channel animated series Amphibia.
Brenda has acted steadily for nearly twenty-five years.
現在 2022, she has a net worth of $5 百万, による Celebrity Net Worth.com.
How many children does Brenda Song have with Macaulay Culkin?
The couple share one child together and welcomed their son Dakota 4月中 2021.
The tot weighed in at 6 ポンド, 14 オンス.
Macaulay and Brenda shared the news with エスクァイア, 当時のことわざ: “We’re overjoyed.”
The duo lives together with their son and three cats – りんご, お前, and Santa.
They also have a fish named Cinnamon.
The couple named their son after the actor’s late sister, who was killed in a car accident in 2008 歳の時に 29.
One month after giving birth, Brenda was seen out and about for the first time while on a walk with her son and mother.
The Suite Life of Zack and Cody alum held Dakota close in a blanket while they went out on a walk.
The pair first revealed that they were working on starting a family together in 2021.
Macaulay, 41, 以前に言った エスクァイア magazine that he and Brenda would “practice a lot.”
彼は共有しました: “We’re figuring it out, making the timing work.
“Because nothing turns you on more than when your lady comes into the room and says, ‘Honey, I’m ovulating.'”