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Ashley Michelle Tisdale was born on July 2, 1985 in Monmouith County, New Jersey. She's an American actress, singer-songwriter, producer and designer, most known for her role as Sharpay Evans in the High School Musical movies. At the age of threee she began her career by starring in various commercials. Today she's running her YouTube channel, including a #TizzieTuesday and she's one of the executive producers of FreeForm's hit show Young & Hungry. | Read more
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Ashley Tisdale has been cast as a series regular in CBS’ multi-camera comedy pilot Pandas in New York, from writer Ajay Sahgal and CBS TV Studios.

Written by Sahgal and directed by Mark Cendrowski, Pandas in New York is about a family of Indian doctors with a successful group practice in New York City who embark on a project to arrange their youngest son Rishi’s (Dhruv Singh) life, unaware he’s made plans of his own.

Tisdale will play Maya, the director of the free clinic where Rishi (Singh) works. She has a highly developed sense of fairness and an outsized focus on social justice, particularly when it comes to the dismal state of healthcare for the poor. Underneath her tough exterior is a warm, sensitive person who is attracted to Rishi, which she tries to deny.

In addition to Singh, Tisdale also joins previously cast Nisha Munshi, Hina Abdullah, Dan O’Brien, Bernard White and Gita Reddy.

Pandas in New York is executive produced by Sahgal, Kapital Entertainment’s Aaron Kaplan and Dana Honor and TrillTV’s Wendi Trilling.

High School Musical alumna Tisdale previously starred in the CW series Hellcats and TBS’ Clipped. She recently executive produced and recurred on the popular Freeform comedy series Young & Hungry. Tisdale is repped by UTA, 3 Arts and Stone Genow.

Source: Deadline

Scooby-Doo fans are about to find out what Daphne and Velma were like before they joined the Mystery Gang (and long before they met up with Supernatural‘s Sam and Dean Winchester).

EW can exclusively reveal that Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will release Daphne & Velma, a new live-action film, on digital, Blu-ray and DVD on May 22, 2018. The film, which stars Sarah Jeffery and Sarah Gilman and is produced by Ashley Tisdale and Jennifer Tisdale’s Blondie Girl Productions along with Blue Ribbon Content, focuses on Ridge Valley High, an innovative center of learning for some of the brightest minds in the nation, including both Daphne Blake (Jeffery) and Velma Dinkley (Gilman). Together, the best friends discover a number of questionable disappearances on campus as kids who were once full of life appear to become “zombified.” The mystery brings Daphne and Velma together to see if they can solve the case.

Source: Entertainment Weekly

Ashley Tisdale is a bonafide social media queen with nearly 10 million followers on Instagram and she’s swiftly approaching 2 million on YoutTube. Still, as much as we see Ashley all over the gram and YouTube, fans are wondering when they’re going to see her acting again.

“I’ve been a little bit busy on the production side with Blondie Girl Productions. I have a show in development at CBS,” Ashley told Seventeen.com about her super successful production company, which produced the hit Freeform show, Young & Hungry. “We actually just filmed a Daphne & Velma movie, which is the origin story of how Daphne and Velma met in high school and how they became friends.”

But what about roles for herself? Ashley has a guest role on CBS’s MacGyver right around the corner (which you should be so hype for), but Ashley admits it can be hard to find the new, dark, and gritty roles she’s looking for because of her Disney Channel past.

“Obviously the character I played [in High School Musical]was so successful and everyone loved that character,” Ashley explained.

“Right now, my goal in acting is to do roles that people haven’t seen me do before and kind of push the boundaries with that,” Ashley said of her dream role. “Obviously, those are the roles that people just don’t see me in… It’s so funny how someone sees you as a certain character and then they just can’t see you as anything else, which is why I’m so happy and proud that I have my production company because I’m able to create anything. Having writers, being able to have the ideas, and say I’m going to create this.”

And that’s exactly what she’s busy doing! “There’s a lot I’m developing for me to star in,” Ashley shared.

And lucky for us, there’s now a backstage pass to all of the action with her new app. Say hello to the Ashley Tisdale app, your one-stop shop to keeping up with all things Ashley Tisdale! The app, which launched yesterday and is available to download for iPhone and Android users, will transform how fans interact with Ashley by giving fans the ability to boost their (or other fans’) comments to increase visibility and maybe be seen by the former High School Musical star herself!

Now, the question is: Does this mean the end of Ashley’s YouTube and Instagram channels?

“No,” she said when asked if she’d be quitting YouTube and Insta. “I am a big social media fan. I’ll always keep posting on there.” And you know what that means: There are DEFINITELY more “Music Sessions” in our future — when her and her composer/husband Christopher French’s busy schedules permit, obviously. You’ll just have to be a little patient. “I don’t have anything planned right now, but we’ll definitely be doing more this year. I’m looking forward to seeing who I can collab with because it’s always so much fun. We have such a great time doing it.”

Who could forget her “Ex’s & Oh’s” performance with her real-life bestie Vanessa Hudgens?! Or when she remixed the HSM classic, “What I’ve Been Looking For,” with her onscreen bro Lucas Grabeel? And thanks to Ashley’s new app, her music sessions are about to get even better. You might start getting some behind the scenes moments!

“When me and Lea Michelle were doing our music session and filming that, the best part was half the stuff we were saying in between the takes, and so to have my app be able to capture that stuff [is awesome,]” Ashley shared. “Because that’s not something you would put on a YouTube platform. That’s the stuff you don’t get to see normally, which I’m excited to be able to do.”

You excited?! WE’RE EXCITED!

Source: Seventeen

Daphne and Velma, the teen-girl sleuths from “Scooby-Doo,” are getting their own origin story in a live-action feature-length film from Jennifer and Ashley Tisdale’s production banner.

“Daphne and Velma” is being produced by the Tisdale sisters’ Blondie Girl Productions and Warner Bros. Television Group’s Blue Ribbon Content digital studio. Sarah Jeffery (“Shades of Blue”) and Sarah Gilman (“Last Man Standing”) star in the title roles as Daphne and Velma, respectively.

The film is currently shooting in Atlanta and is set to be released by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment in 2018. The studio isn’t disclosing distribution details at this point.

“Daphne and Velma” tells the story of Daphne Blake and Velma Dinkley before they team up with Scooby and the rest of the Mystery Inc. gang. The mystery-solving teens are best friends but have only met online — until Daphne transfers to Velma’s school, Ridge Valley High, stocked with high-tech gadgetry by the school’s benefactor, tech billionaire Tobias Bloom. While their peers vie for a coveted internship at Bloom’s company, Daphne and Velma try to uncover the reason why the school’s brightest students are disappearing — only to emerge again in a zombie-fied state.

“Blondie Girl is committed to telling stories from a female perspective and we could not be more thrilled to give Daphne and Velma their own story,” Ashley and Jennifer Tisdale said in a joint statement. “It’s so exciting to partner with Warner Home Entertainment and Blue Ribbon Content to introduce a new generation to the smart, charismatic, fearless females that we all know and love.”

For Warner Bros.’ part, “We wanted to give the audience a new take on these two familiar faces, who are fan favorites in the Scooby-Doo universe,” said Peter Girardi, EVP of Blue Ribbon Content and EVP of alternative programming of Warner Bros. Animation.

“Daphne and Velma” is produced by Blue Ribbon Content and Blondie Girl Productions with production services provided by Lifeboat Productions. Serving as producers are Ashley Tisdale (best known for the “High School Musical” franchise), Jennifer Tisdale (“Bring It On: In it to Win It”), Amy Kim (“Confess,” “Alive in Denver”), Jaime Burke (“The Pact”) and Suzi Yoonessi (“Olive and Mocha: First Kiss”). Yoonessi also is directing, from a script by Kyle Mack and Caitlin Meares.

“Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!,” from Hanna-Barbera Productions (now a division of Warner Bros. Animation), first aired in 1969 on CBS. The franchise has since yielded about a dozen television revivals and spinoffs, as well as more than three dozen films.

Warner Bros. Television Group formed Blue Ribbon Content in 2014. Its projects include comedy “Now We’re Talking” for Verizon’s Go90 from Uninterrupted, the Time Warner-backed sports media company founded by LeBron James; docu-series “Best Shot” for YouTube Red in association with James’ SpringHill Entertainment; “Ellen’s Pet Dish” for Ellen DeGeneres’ EllenTube; and “Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles” for Machinima.

Blondie Girl Productions, founded by Ashley Tisdale and run by Ashley and her sister Jennifer with Kaitlin Saltzman as head of television, is repped at UTA and currently has a deal at Warner Horizon Scripted Television. The L.A.-based company’s recent projects include Freeform’s comedy series “Young & Hungry” and are producing a comedy for CBS from writer Joanna Quraishi in association with Warner Bros. Television.

Source: Variety

The day has come and Ashley Tisdale as revealed the colors for her Illuminate Cosmetics matte lipsticks — and yes, they. are. gorgeous!

The actress/producer behind the cosmetics collection first teased about the new product earlier this summer, and since then, has only shown fans the colors in black and white mode.

But today it all changed, when she revealed the colors, as well as the names: Milan, Miami, and London — all cities (although, we’re definitely thinking London is after London Tipton).

“I created them over a year ago, so I just can’t wait for everyone to use them,” Ashley told fans in a video Q&A.

All three matte lipsticks will be out on September 29th — THIS FRIDAY!

Source: Just Jared Jr.

When actor Michael Rosenbaum announced he was starting a podcast, there shouldn’t have been any doubt in anyone’s mind that it would be good. And funny. Very funny. And informative. And all of those things it very much is. Rosenbaum started his podcast, “Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum,” in July and has been bringing his friends from the entertainment business, as well as other extremely interesting people, into his living room, sitting them down and legitimately find out everything about them. Having tons of fun along the way, of course.

His most recent episode, which was released on Tuesday, reunites him with his former “Smallville” co-star Tom Welling. In it, the two catch up on everything – from Welling’s modeling beginnings to their work together on the WB series and everything in-between. But one crazy-amazing piece of information jumps right out about two-thirds of the way through. When Rosenbaum brought up Welling’s turn into producing and mentioned his The CW series “Hellcats,” Welling had some pretty interesting and exciting news to share.

The Hellcats are coming back! The unlike-anything-else-on-TV show, which starred Aly Michalka and Ashley Tisdale as their characters took on the world of college cheerleading, ran for one season from 2010-11 before getting canceled. A cancelation that Welling attributes to the fact that “the woman who was running The CW left.”

The CW president of entertainment at the time the series began, Dawn Ostroff, decided not to renew her contract and left the network in 2011. Later that year, she joined as the head of Conde Nast Entertainment, where she’s been ever since. Taking over for her at The CW was Mark Pedowitz, who both took on Ostroff’s role, as well as more responsibilities, as the network’s first overall president. He still holds the position. While that means it might have been his decision to prematurely end the beauty that was “Hellcats,” it also means he’s played his part in its hopeful return. The first and only season of the hour-long dramedy could be seen on Netflix for a while after it was canceled, but it’s long-since ended its run there, as well. Luckily for both old and new fans, the show is now available on The CW’s online streaming service, CW Seed, which is “free for all,” as their tagline points out. Though it’s wonderful to be able to rewatch the greatness that is “Hellcats” and for new viewers to stumble across it, it still, of course, only has one season. Though, that might be changing, according to Welling.

“Yeah, we’re bringing that [‘Hellcats’] back,” Welling told Rosenbaum during his podcast interview. “Well, apparently, online they’ve [The CW] been airing it. It’s very popular in small doses and they want to re-do it and test it out online and if it goes well then we’ll bring it back on-air again. Because it’s got a little cult following.”

And who says small, but mighty fans can’t make a difference? This is proof that it is possible to make enough noise as fans to make a difference. Whether that’s starting a hashtag campaign on Twitter or simply showing up to watch a show you like, fans do have a lot of power. Even in smaller numbers.

While so much of what made the original series so great was the fabulous character portrayals done by Michalka, Tisdale, Robbie Jones, Matt Barr, Sharon Leal and Heather Hemmens, it seems like they, unfortunately, will not be involved. Welling mentioned re-doing the series, which most likely would entail a complete reboot, which would mean recasting and possibly changing other aspects, like characters and settings. The CW declined to comment when contacted by International Business Times for more information.

All that we can hope for is that the testing goes well and we get this smart, sassy, exciting, fun, sweet, wonderful show back in our lives and that the original cast finds its way back, even if just for some fun cameo roles. That shouldn’t be too hard for Michalka, as she’s back in The CW family as part of the incredibly funny and talented “iZombie” cast, and for Leal, who’s been acting on “Supergirl.” Everyone do a cheer for good luck. This is important it needs all the good cheer-luck it can get.

Source: International Business Times

Ashley Tisdale has signed with digital style network StyleHaul, which will make her YouTube channel part of its expanding roster of lifestyle, fashion and beauty creators.

The actress, singer and producer — best known for her role as Sharpay in Disney’s “High School Musical” — relaunched her YouTube channel seven months ago, aiming to reconnect with her fans on the platform. It now has more than 1.3 million subscribers, and Tisdale has a combined following of over 40 million across her social channels.

Each week, Tisdale shares multiple vlogs of her daily life personally catered to the feedback she receives from her audience, from “#TizzieTuesdays” to “Ashley Answers.” Content ranges from hair and makeup tutorials to fashion, travel and cooking videos. Tisdale and husband, musician Christopher French, have also created an music series exclusively for the YouTube channel, “Music Sessions,” in which she and her friends collaborate on unique renditions in her backyard.

“I am an active user on social media and am constantly creating content, whether it be through my production company or on screen with the roles I play,” Tisdale said in a statement. “YouTube provides a platform for me to create content personally catered to my fans, and I look forward to working with StyleHaul to continue to grow my channel in addition to pursuing partnerships with like-minded brands.”

Tisdale has also her own beauty line, called “Illuminate by Ashley Tisdale,” with BH Cosmetics that includes eyeshadow and cheek palettes, lip glosses, bronzers, brushes and lashes.

For StyleHaul, signing Tisdale is part of its effort to diversify its lineup of talent partners. StyleHaul will work with her to grow her social audience and pair her with brands that align with her persona as a creator, musician, actress and women’s lifestyle guru. StyleHaul last fall inked similar pact with social star Cameron Dallas and has been focused on using its proprietary data technology to match up advertisers with members of its talent network to produce branded content.

“We are thrilled to be partnering with Ashley Tisdale and supporting this incredible entrepreneur, producer and talent through a unique, multidimensional collaboration to expand her video, social media, and content strategy to further connect with her growing community,” said Stephanie Horbaczewski (Founder & CEO, StyleHaul.

StyleHaul is Tisdale’s first YouTube partner. She’s managed by Bill Perlman of Bill Perlman Management and her agent is Micah Pittard at Todd Shemarya Artists.

StyleHaul’s network comprises more than 5,000 digital influencers who create style-focused content that attracts more than 60 million unique viewers and generates over 2.5 billion views monthly. L.A.-based StyleHaul is owned by European media conglomerate RTL Group.

Source: Variety

We’re kicking off a new series on TBD and I am very excited start things off with one of my all time favorite women, Ashley Tisdale. In the last year she’s launched a new makeup line, a new website, a new music series on her youtube channel, all while creative directing at Signorelli and killing it at her own company, Blondie Girl Productions. As if she wasn’t busy enough, she’s heading to Coachella for the first time this year. I figured we should talk about those things AND create some pretty desert vibes while we’re at it.

First of all, your skin is looking pretty poreless right now. What are your current skincare favorites? Hydration – I drink two liters of water a day! I also am adamant about washing my face morning and night, I like the CETAPHIL CLEANSER, and a good eye cream, but what I learned from my dermatologist is that the less products the better.

Your new ILLUMINATE BY ASHLEY TISDALE PALETTE is stunning and I know that because I own it (I’m also excited to say that you may or may not have named one of the colors after me! OMGOMGOMG)! What’s the story behind this palette? It was one of my favorite palettes to create. I really wanted to step out of my comfort zone and do a lot more color, like purples and blues. I wanted to make sure it was different from the BEACH GODDESS and NIGHT GODDESS. When naming the eyeshadows I was inspired to name it the Goddess palette because I feel like the people who inspire me and my life are all goddesses. So of course there had to be a Kristin!

What are you listening to on repeat right now? Stay, by Zedd and Alessia Cara.

Who are you most looking forward to seeing perform at Coachella? Also have you ever been there before? This is my first time at Coachella, I’m so excited! I’m really looking forward to seeing Lady Gaga, and just taking in the entire experience.

Talk to me about your YOUTUBE CHANNEL! I love the music sessions you’ve been doing with Chris and Vanessa! I’ve known you for a little while now but I did NOT know you could sing like that! Whoa. Thank you so much! I’m having so much fun! I recently relaunched my YouTube channel and Music Sessions just came organically, because obviously my channel was launched when I was doing my albums, and knowing that my husband is a musician it just seemed so natural to do cover songs. I never expected people to love it so much, but it’s really exciting to see people enjoy it!

Current favorite blogger/youtuber? SINCERELY JULES has always been one of my favorites.

Best lip color from ILLUMINATE BY ASHLEY TISDALE on you? SKINNY DIPPING or CORAL REEF! I have matte liquid lipsticks coming soon, and I pretty much wear them all the time. I can’t wait for everyone to get their hands on them!

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