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Brenda plays the ditzy spoiled hotel heiress London (an allusion to Paris Hilton) and, if I could say so myself, she does quite an excellent job doing so." While commenting on Song, MSN's 2009 cover story on the series stated, "Song is one of the main reasons why the "Suite Life" franchise remains one of the most successful and highly rated series in the Disney stable." After her debut on the Suite Life series, Song became a regular on the Disney Channel, and had a voice role in Disney Channel's American Dragon: Jake Long series.
In 2006, Song had a voice-over role in Holidaze: The Christmas That Almost Didn't Happen.
As a young girl, Song wanted to do ballet, while her younger brother wanted to take taekwondo.
She said, "My mom only wanted to take us to one place," so they settled on taekwondo.
An April 2009 and article stated that as London Tipton, "Song is the One to Steal the Spotlight" on the Disney Channel.
It said, "if you ever watched an episode of 'The Suite Life with Zack & Cody' you should realize that show is watchable because of one character: London Tipton.
The film centers on two teenage girls, Allison Thompson (Hallee Hirsh) and Samantha Kwan (Song), who find a weather machine and make it snow in Los Angeles.
Her 2002 appearance on The Bernie Mac Show led to her nomination for "Best Performance in a TV Comedy Series, Guest Starring Young Actress".
The series is about the residents and workers at the fictional Tipton Hotel in Boston and mainly centers around the trouble-making twins, Zack and Cody Martin (Dylan and Cole Sprouse), and London Tipton (Song).Although Song cried all the way through her first class, Her first film role was in the 1995 Requiem, an AFI student short film by actress Elizabeth Sung. She was very focused, and it was very obvious that she loved what she was doing," said Sung.The film is about a waitress/dancer named Fong who remembers her loving brother and their bittersweet childhood in Hong Kong.Two of Song's early roles led to recognition in the Young Artist Awards.
Her role in the 2000 Disney Channel Original Movie, The Ultimate Christmas Present, won her the award for "Best Performance in a TV Movie Comedy, Supporting Young Actress".
The series premiered on the Disney Channel on March 18, 2005, receiving four million viewers, making it the most successful premiere for the Disney Channel in 2005.