We all know Zac Efron came from High School Musical, and Demi Lovato rose to fame with Camp Rock, but Disney Channel Original Movies have also featured plenty of your other favorite stars. In honor of Disney Channel's massive DCOM celebration this summer, let's take a look back at some of the stars you may have forgotten once starred in their own DCOMs!
Back in 2003, before Rose McIver was iZombie's leading zombie, she was Hannah, the only friend who still supported Eddie (Taylor Ball) as he tried to balance his love of cooking with his love of baseball.
When to watch: Sunday, May 29, 9:35 a.m.
Many may know her as Lizzie McGuire, but few may remember Hilary Duff's turn as Kelly Collins, the art school student turned military cadet, in this 2002 movie.
When to watch: Monday, May 30, 11:55 p.m.
Way back in 2001, way before Timothy Omundson's glorious king's beard, the Galavant, Psych, and Supernatural star rocked a pointy red goatee situation as Seamus, the luck-stealing evil leprechaun.
Where to watch: On the Disney Channel at some point in June, and on the Disney Channel app and VOD.
Lindsay Lohan's third movie ever, right after The Parent Trap and Life-Size, was this 2002 flick about a rich Manhattan teen detective named Lexy Gold who was investigating the case of her missing teacher, and it was awesome.
Courtney B. Vance appeared as the father of a hip hop-loving choir director (Tyler James Williams) who heavily disapproved of hip hop in this 2012 musical movie. Spoiler alert: He no longer disapproves of hip hop by the end of the movie.
Right before The OC debuted 2003, Mischa Barton starred in this 2002 movie about a teen girl who can communicate telepathically with dolphins and also boys. Jared Padalecki also starred!
Just two years after the end of his sitcom Brotherly Love, Joey Lawrence starred as a wealthy LA kid who's forced to work on his aunt's ranch in Montana after refusing to take his cousin (played by his brother, Andrew Lawrence) to Disneyland.
When to watch: Saturday, May 28, 11:25 a.m.
The star of When a Stranger Calls and 10,000 BC starred as Sydney, the girl who lived everyone's dream of secretly owning a bunch of land in Hawaii in the 2000 movie.
When to watch: Sunday, May 29 at 2:55
Before she was a teen witch on The Originals, Danielle Campbell fell in love with a totally fictional teen pop star in this 2010 masterpiece.
Bryan Cranston was on Santa's naughty list long before he was the danger, apparently. He starred in the 2001 movie as Nick Wrigley, a guy in serious trouble with both a gang of criminals and Santa Claus himself.
Back in 1999, Emmy Rossum starred as the beautiful girl, Claire, who inspired a young genius to pretend to not be such a genius in order to win her over. Did it work? You'll have to watch to find out!
When to watch: Sunday, May 29, 4:30 a.m.
In 2011, Sarah Hyland starred as a popular girl who was secretly a geek who fell in love with a film student. Pretty Little Liars star Sasha Pieterse also starred!
The Big Bang Theory star played Elisa, a girl who liked to bowl in a movie about kids who really like bowling. Fun fact: this 2000 movie once held the record for longest movie summary on Wikipedia. You can read that insane summary here, if the mood strikes you.
Where to watch: Friday, May 27, 4:25 a.m.
In 1999, the Parenthood star played Katelyn, a girl who fell in love with a guy who thought he was an alien, and surprise! He was actually an alien!
Beverly Mitchell starred with Brie Larson in this 2003 movie, based on a true story about two sisters, Courtney and Erica Enders, who also happen to be badass drag racers.
When to watch: Sunday, May 29, 6:00 a.m.
Hayden Panettiere starred as the daughter of a Navy commander (Bill Pullman) in this 2004 movie that dealt with the September 11 terrorist attacks.
Four years before Ugly Betty began in 2006, America Ferrera starred as Yolanda in this movie about a teacher who helps a young Latina dance team win a big competition. Si, se puede!
Hard to forget, but worth mentioning! The Sister, Sister stars played twin witches in this 2005 movie and its 2007 sequel.
When to watch: Twitches airs Saturday, May 28 at 2:50 p.m., and Twitches Too airs Saturday, May 28 at 2:55 a.m.
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