10 Celebrities You Forgot Were In Disney Channel Original Movies

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1. Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, Alley Cats Strike

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Bowling gal turned Cheesecake Factory waitress! The Big Bang Theory actress played Elisa Bowers in the 2000 Disney Channel original movie Alley Cats Strike.

2. Camilla Belle, Rip Girls

The big screen star channeled her inner surfer girl as the lead in the 2000 surfer flick, Rip Girls.

3. Amy Jo Johnson, Susie Q

The Pink Power Ranger turned Flashpoint police officer showed off her softer side in the 1996 TV movie, Susie Q.

4. Justin Timberlake, Model Behavior

The “Mirrors” singer took a break from his NSYNC stardom to play the adorable Jason in the 2000 DCOM, Model Behavior with Psych’s Maggie Lawson.

5. Emmy Rossum, Genius

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The Shameless actress starred in the 1999 movie Genius before becoming known for her role in Phantom of the Opera in 2004.

6. America Ferrera, Gotta Kick It Up!

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The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants and Ugly Betty alum played cheerleader Yolanda in the 2002 TV movie Gotta Kick It Up.

7. Katherine Heigl, Wish Upon A Star

The Grey’s Anatomy alum played Alexia in the 1996 flick Wish Upon A Star, where she switched bodies with her younger sister Hayley played by Danielle Harris.

8. Bug Hall, Get A Clue

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He got his start as Alfalfa in The Little Rascals, but Bug Hall also made an appearance as Lindsay Lohan’s love interest in the 2002 DCOM, Get a Clue.

9. Sarah Hyland, Geek Charming

The Modern Family star might be famous for her role as Haley Dunphy but she got her first lead role as Dylan in Disney channel’s Geek Charming in 2011, where she met her current boyfriend Matt Prokop.

10. The Lawrence Brothers, Jumping Ship

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Joey, Matthew and Andy Lawrence were teen royalty and their greatest joint appearance (besides Brotherly Love) was the 2001 TV movie, Jumping Ship.

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