Stuck in the Suburbs

Last Updated on: June 26th, 2024

Stuck in the Suburbs (Disney Channel Original Movie)

“Stuck in the Suburbs” is a Disney Channel Original Movie that premiered in 2004. It tells the story of two best friends, Brittany (played by Danielle Panabaker) and Natasha (played by Brenda Song), who accidentally swap phones with a famous pop star named Jordan Cahill (played by Taran Killam).

As they navigate Jordan’s world of fame and fortune, they discover that his life is not as glamorous as it seems. With the help of their friends and family, Brittany and Natasha come up with a plan to help Jordan reconnect with his true passion for music.

The movie features several catchy musical numbers and has a lighthearted and humorous tone. It also stars several other talented actors, including Ryan Belleville, Amanda Shaw, and Ciara Bravo.

“Stuck in the Suburbs” was well-received by audiences and is remembered as a classic Disney Channel movie from the early 2000s. It is notable for its positive messages about staying true to oneself and the power of friendship.



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  • Type of Movie: Live Action
  • Movie Platform: Disney Channel Original Movie
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Cast

  • Danielle Panabaker: Brittany Aarons
  • Brenda Song: Natasha Kwon-Schwartz
  • Taran Killam: Jordan Cahill
  • Ryan Belleville: Eddie
  • Amanda Shaw: Kaylee Holland
  • Cici Hedgpeth: Ashley Simon
  • Jennie Garland: Olivia Hooper
  • Todd Stashwick: Len
  • Kirsten Nelson: Susan Aarons
  • Corri English: Jessie Aarons
  • Patrick Stogner: Cooper Aarons
  • Lara Grice: Soccer Mom
  • Ric Reitz: David Aarons
  • Drew Seeley: David
  • Johnny Alonso: Trent
  • Shannon Floyd: Louise
  • Maria Mason: Ms. Dilamma

Crew

  • Director: Savage Steve Holland
  • Producer: Rick Arredondo

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