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American actress

Children: Dakota Song Culkin, Dakota Culkin Trending

Born: March 27, 1988 (age 33 years), Carmichael, California, United States

Height: 1.57 m

Partner: Macaulay Culkin (2017–)

Parents: Mai Song

Birthday: March 27, 1988

Nationality: American

Age: 33 Years, 33 Year Old Females

Sun Sign: Aries

Born Country: United States

Born In: Carmichael, California, United States

Famous As: Actress

Models Actresses

Height: 5’2″ (157 cm), 5’2″ Females

Mother: Mai Song

Siblings: Nathan Song, Timmy Song

Partner: Macaulay Culkin (2017–)

U.S. State: California

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Brenda Song 10 Fast Facts, Biography, Wiki

In 2011, Song became engaged to musician Trace Cyrus, but then called it off in 2013.

The two had an on-off again relationship until 2017.

In 2017, Song began dating actor Macaulay Culkin.

Their son, Dakota Song Culkin, was born on April 5, 2021.

Her mother is Thai-American and her father is Hmong.

Her family immigrated to America from Laos in 1976.

She began modeling at the age of 3.

She graduated from high school at the age of 16, and studied business while in college.

She is fluent in Hmong and Thai.

She holds a black belt in taekwondo.

She was named an All-American Scholar in ninth grade.

She ranked #10 in 2006, #5 in 2007 and #3 in 2008 in Maxim magazine’s Asian Hot 100 editions.

Marilyn Monroe and Angelina Jolie are her idols.

She has a Maltipoo dog, Teddy.

She is close friends with actors Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Tisdale, Frankie Muniz, and Kristin Herrera.

She was once engaged to Trace Cyrus.

In 2006, CosmoGirl named Song the “Queen of Disney”, citing her major contributions on the Disney Channel.

Song ranked ninth in Netscape’s 2007 “Top 10 Pretty Petites in Entertainment”, was voted one of AOL’s “Top 20 Tween (and Teen) TV Stars”, and was ranked #3 on Maxim’s Asian Hot 100 of 2008 list.

Song was also ranked #45 in AIM’s “Top 100 Celebs Under 25” list.

TV Guide listed her in its 2008 list of “13 Hottest Young Stars to Watch”.

In 2009, Song was featured in Celebuzz’s “Rising Stars” list and was described as one of “young Hollywood’s most promising rising stars”.

In 2009, the blog Angry Asian Man named her one of the most influential Asian Americans under the age of 30.

In 2006, Song was hostess for the “A World Of Change” annual charity fashion show to benefit Optimist Youth Homes & Family Services.

She also supported the 10th Annual L.A. Cancer Challenge.

In 2008, Song was part of the “Power of Youth carnival”, a benefit for the St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.

In 2006 and 2007, she participated in the YMCA Healthy Kids Day in Chicago.

She began hosting a Disney special daily segment called Pass the Plate in 2007, in which she helps children and their families learn more about nutrition and healthy food.

The series is produced in ten countries in association with Disney Channel.

Song returned for the second season of the miniseries.

In 2005, an article “Maths Spotlight on… Brenda Song” in Scholastic Math included facts about Song and mathematical guidance from her.

Song appeared alongside Paula Abdul and several other celebrities in a “Our Time to Vote” commercial, which aimed to encourage American citizens to vote during the 2008 presidential election.

In 2009, Song participated in the “Diet Pepsi Easter Holiday House” event.

She decorated an egg at the event that was sold in an online auction benefiting Feeding America.

Song was a spokesperson for Disney’s environmental campaign, Disney’s Friends for Change.

She was featured in several commercials on the Disney Channel for the campaign.

The charity’s aim was to explain how children can help preserve the Earth and invited them to go to the Friends for Change website to register and pledge, offering them the chance to help choose how Disney will invest $1 million in environmental programs.

In 2010, she was the celebrity endorser of the Walt Disney Company’s Disney Cruise Line.

In 2011, she was also the spokesperson of the clothing brand OP.