We’ve sourced some of the most interesting and thought-provoking Cole Sprouse Quotes. Each of the following quotes is overflowing with creativity, and knowledge.
I take a lot of pride in my photography.
It’s pretty inappropriate of fans to think they can expect any kind of narrative from showrunners or writers or actors. I just don’t think that’s the way you should engage with material that you’re watching as a passive audience member.
Whenever someone says, or whenever someone harkens back to, a golden age of the U.S. – usually the ’40s or ’50s – 90 percent of the time, they’re a straight white man.
I was sad and in a dark place, and I turned to a hobby to sort of take me out of that.
When I would read the ‘Archie’ comics when I was younger, I was rooting for Betty and Archie way over any alternative.
Going to college made me realize you have to have real spaces of privacy, and you have to establish those early.
A lot of Disney Channel actors and actresses, when they stop working for Disney Channel, they have a real aversion for not wanting to be remembered by Disney Channel.
Acting requires a great amount of empathy for real lived human experiences.
At first, when I received the script for the ‘Archie’ show, I was immediately turned off.
Everyone loves twins.
I’m a believer that we should support various forms of representation because they clearly resonate with unheard groups of people, and for such a huge project like ‘Riverdale,’ this kind of representation is fundamentally important.
To even be a working entertainer in Hollywood is such a rare privilege.
I think Jughead’s a selfish character. I think he really is.
There is no question I consider myself a feminist, but I also think the term ‘feminist’ has become a topical thing to say without backing it up with any real action.
I became obsessed with the storytelling of photography and going on little adventures.
My Twitter is a joke toilet, and I filter all these old, cringe-y parts of my brother and my childhood through that in an attempt to flush it down the drain forever.
I studied archaeology.
If you’re a photographer, you end up being the raw creative force that allows other people to see what kind of narrative you want to be giving or what kind of art that you want people to see.
Jughead is one of those characters that takes the opinions of his father really seriously and probably seeks a bit of validation from him.
I was having a dilemma whether I wanted to return to acting at all because I was coming from this sort of agency-less childhood career, and I’d never made the choice to go into acting.
I had become obsessed with the control-freak aspect of photography and with the rising importance of the image in our social media age it ended up working.
I think as long as acting feels fulfilling and continues to feel fulfilling, it’s worth it to me.
My grandpa was a geologist, and I always had this fascination with not only earth sciences but ancient history.
Being on set is the thing I love the most, and a lot of the things that come alongside acting and entertainment are the things I despise, to be quite honest.
I don’t come from a lot, so Disney gave me the opportunity to go to college, which is great. My brother and I are some of the first in our family to ever do that.
Something Dylan and I really don’t care much for is leaning into the identical twin thing. It doesn’t make sense.
It’s easy to get swept up in the trappings of that sort of lifestyle, but I’ve been doing it for long enough that I know how easy it is to fall victim to that sort of arrogance and cockiness that celebrity culture can bring about, in young men especially.
Because ‘Friends’ is on Netflix, there’s a renewed interest from that… People can call me ‘Ben’ on the street, and I will turn around.
I love to bake. Cakes are my specialty – they have to be moist and sugary.
There comes a real loneliness in celebrity where you’re constantly told you’re part of an out group in your own society.
I don’t regret anything about my younger career, mainly because we were children and didn’t have too much power, but also because it gave us the privilege to be where we are now.
I remember, my very first day at a new school, a bird pooped all down my back. It was like any other day of school except everyone was like, ‘Oh my God, you’re from the movie ‘Big Daddy,” and I had bird poop all over me.
It’s no new narrative to say that when people get out of child stardom, they oftentimes rebel in very serious ways.
When you’re a child, and you’re growing up, and you’re mimicking a certain character, or you’re trying to live and breathe a certain character on set for eight years that are also your formative years, you oftentimes take a lot of who you’re playing into your real life and kind of become that thing.
I think the teenage sides of myself have informed my adult self.
My background with acting is deeply interwoven with my family life and my childhood. It’s a ‘Peter Pan’-like narrative, something that was golden but could also be a bit dubious.
I think we all have different ways with coming to terms with celebrity if you’re raised within it. Everyone goes through it differently, and there’s no one right answer.
I needed to see if I could have fun in a project again, and ‘Riverdale’ was a project that ended up looking like a tonne of fun.
I focus on different parts of the body on different days. It’s usually high-intensity circuits and a lot of body weight stuff.
Twins work really well in the industry because child labor laws dictate a baby, as an example, can only work for, like, an hour a day.
I just survived a Disney career without singing. I don’t want to, like, fall back in. I feel like I escaped, so if we could avoid it for as long as possible, that would be great.
I am a sucker for that childhood romance narrative.
Photography is a pursuit that allows you to be very hands-on with what you show people of either yourself or the art you want to make, and acting is kind of the exact opposite. You do have a modicum of creative freedom as an actor, but you’re still very much a cipher for other people’s art.
The way Jughead talks to Archie and vice versa is very much the way I would talk to my twin.
My secret pleasure is painting these little mini figures that you send into battle – they’re called Warhammer figures. It’s the nerdiest thing in the world, but it’s a lot of fun. It’s relaxing; that’s the main reason I do it.
I think the truth about male friendship is often left out of the media, and it’s that it has a million different shades, because masculinity has a million different forms.
Part of the reason I went to college was that I wanted to fade out peacefully: show everybody I had gone through something that was quite challenging and difficult but did so with grace and poise and got an education.
I think sexuality, especially, is one of those fluid things where oftentimes we find who we are through certain things that happen in our lives.
No man is an island, especially not Jughead.
Arrogance sort of destroys that nervousness because you’re having a bunch of people flatter you and tell you you’re awesome, and it keeps you from striving as hard for the kind of validation you seek from a good show.