Actress and recording artist ASHLEY TISDALE (Sharpay
Evans) is best known for her starring role as Sharpay Evans in the
record-breaking and award-winning Disney Channel Original
Movies "High School Musical" and "High School Musical 2."
The 23-year-old actress starred in and executive produced the
recent ABC Family movie "Picture This," which was a joint project
by MGM and Tisdale's production company Blondie Girl
She appears in the Twentieth Century Fox feature film comedy
"They Came From Upstairs," set to be released in early 2009. She is
also slated to star in United Artists' upcoming feature film remake of "Teen Witch," and has
signed an agreement with Freemantle Media ("American Idol") to executive produce a new
Tisdale first gained a following with her role as the sweet candy-counter clerk at The Tipton
hotel on Disney Channel's hit series "The Suite Life of Zack & Cody." Next, she lent her voice
as one of the lead characters (Candace) in the Disney Channel number-one rated animated
series "Phineas and Ferb." She was a series regular on "Nathan's Choice" and "The Howie
Mandel Pilot." Her television credits include recurring roles on "George Lopez," "Still
Standing" and "The Hughleys," as well as guest-starring roles on "Grounded for Life,"
"Strong Medicine," "Boston Public" and "7th Heaven."
Tisdale's first solo CD "Headstrong" debuted at #5 on the Billboard Top 200 Chart and was
certified Gold. She recently toured the country in the sold-out 42-city concert tour of "High
School Musical: The Concert."
Tisdale was selected as one of US Magazine's 10 Most Powerful Girls In Hollywood, Teen
People's 25 Under 25, Teen Vogue's Young Hollywood stars, and as part of Entertainment
Weekly's annual "Must List" as "Must 'Musical' Prodigies."
She was discovered at age 3 in her hometown mall by Bill Perlman, a talent manager who
continues to represent her. After landing a job at her very first audition, Tisdale went on to star
in more than 100 national network commercials. At age 8, she booked the leading role in the
national tour of the musical "Les Miserables," and then toured internationally with the
Broadway musical "Annie." She also had the honor of singing at the White House at age 12.