Cole Sprouse first emerged in Hollywood at just 7-years-old, as he and his twin brother, Dylan, shared the role of Adam Sandler’s son in Big Daddy. From there, Cole went on to star as Ross Geller’s son Ben on Friends, before eventually breaking out alongside his brother with the hit Disney Channel series The Suite Life of Zack and Cody, which aired from 2005-2011. Following the show’s end, the pair took a break from Hollywood to attend New York University. Shortly following graduation in 2015, Cole soon landed the role that would enter him into the spotlight once again—however, this time as a leading man, not a child star. As Jughead Jones on the popular teen drama Riverdale, Sprouse has quickly amassed himself a devoted fanbase thanks in large part to his new, grown-up look and witty social media presence. Off-screen, the actor has also begun to forge a separate career for himself as an in-demand photographer, including lensing a shoot for W with Game of Thrones actress Sophie Turner. Here, a look at how Sprouse went from precocious pre-teen to the Internet’s favorite new actor.