Alyson michalka dating

20-Jan-2017 01:58

She gained fame for playing the role of Keely Teslow in the Disney Channel series Phil of the Future and has participated in film and other television roles including the CW series Hellcats and i Zombie.Michalka and her sister, actress Amanda "AJ" Michalka, are members of the musical duo Aly & AJ. She grew up in Seattle, Washington and Southern California, with her younger sister, Amanda "AJ", who is also an actress and musician.Her father, Mark, owns a contracting company, and her mother, Carrie, is a musician and performed with the Christian "JC Band".In 2004, Michalka was cast in the role of Keely Teslow on the Disney Channel's Phil of the Future. In August 2006, Disney Channel ended the series after two seasons.

In August 2009, she co-starred in the film, Walden Media film Bandslam.In April 2010, The CW announced Michalka was cast in the main role of Marti Perkins on the cheerleading drama series Hellcats.Despite a successful premiere, ratings dropped, and in May 2011, The CW announced the show was not renewed for a second season.(Guess Phil decided to stay in the 21st century after all.) Seriously though, how cute are these guys?!Well, it turns out there was a recent reunion that took place over the Thanksgiving holiday all of the internet missed.

In August 2009, she co-starred in the film, Walden Media film Bandslam.

In April 2010, The CW announced Michalka was cast in the main role of Marti Perkins on the cheerleading drama series Hellcats.

Despite a successful premiere, ratings dropped, and in May 2011, The CW announced the show was not renewed for a second season.

(Guess Phil decided to stay in the 21st century after all.) Seriously though, how cute are these guys?!

Well, it turns out there was a recent reunion that took place over the Thanksgiving holiday all of the internet missed.

"He saw us singing and writing round the house so he encouraged us to get back out there and write music and perform...[Finally] we just said, 'Okay, let's give this one last go.'" They tapped their good friend, producer and songwriter Mike Elizondo, who they had written music with in the past, and got the ball rolling.