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Pierson Fode & Chris Galya React To Their 'Jessie' Scenes

Pierson Fode & Chris Galya React To Their 'Jessie' Scenes

Brooks and Tony reunite!!

Pierson Fode and Chris Galya got together recently to reminisce on their Jessie days.

The guys played Brooks Wentworth and Tony Chiccolini, respectively, who were both love interests for Debby Ryan‘s Jessie Prescott.

While Pierson only came onto the show for five episodes in seasons three and four, Chris was on the show throughout it’s entirety for a total of 23 episodes.

In a recent YouTube video, the two guys watched each of their first and last scenes on the Disney Channel series, and shared some tidbits about them.

Pierson expressed that he thought he was going to get fired on the first day, and he didn’t ever know just how many episodes he was going to be on.

“I remember looking around on set, and I was like, ‘F–k, I think I might get fired.’ I don’t know why that was a thought,” he said. “Somebody told me that, ‘Yeah, a lot of actors have made it on these shows and they couldn’t cut the jokes right, and they just get fired on day one.’”

We’re glad he got to stick around!!

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'Jessie' Cast Remembers Cameron Boyce During Emotional Virtual Reunion (Video)

'Jessie' Cast Remembers Cameron Boyce During Emotional Virtual Reunion (Video)

The cast of Jessie just had a virtual reunion!

Debby Ryan, Peyton List, Skai Jackson, Karan Brar, and Kevin Chamberlin got together for a video call while quarantined at home during the ongoing coronavirus crisis.

The Stars in the House live stream is part of a daily series created by Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley that benefits The Actors Fund.

Jessie ran for four seasons on Disney Channel from 2011-2015.

During the reunion, the cast took some time to remember their other co-star, the late Cameron Boyce, who tragically died at age 20 in July 2019.

“He made me such a better person,” Peyton said. “He was younger than me and he would teach me something every day.”

While discussing favorite memories, Karan recalled “spending time in our dressing room together and talking about what we wanted to do in the future.”

Watch the video now.

The casts of Victorious and Every Witch Way also just had virtual reunions.

#StarsInTheHouse #48 Friday 4/9 at 2PM: JESSIE TV REUNION

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'Jessie' Cast to Reunite to Raise Money For The Actors Fund

'Jessie' Cast to Reunite to Raise Money For The Actors Fund

The cast of Jessie is reuniting for a good cause!

The shows stars – including Peyton List, Skai Jackson, Karan Brar, and Kevin Chamberlin – are helping raise money for those affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

The group will take part in a new episode of Stars in the House, hosted by Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley, which raises money for The Actors Fund’s COVID-19 efforts.

Since the first Stars in the House episode on March 16, the series has raised in over $130,000 to benefit The Actors Fund.

The Jessie cast will appear on the show on April 10th at 2 PM. Get the details on

What Is Your Favorite Disney Channel New Year's Eve Moment? Vote Now!

What Is Your Favorite Disney Channel New Year's Eve Moment? Vote Now!

The Disney Channel has put out quite a few New Year’s Eve moments and we want to know which is your favorite!

The one that really stands out the most would be the iconic meeting of Troy and Gabriella during karaoke in the first High School Musical movie.

Another standout includes when Debby Ryan, Ross Lynch, Laura Marano and more did an epic New Year’s crossover event between Jessie and Austin & Ally.

More highlights are when during a live NYE party, it’s revealed that Liv kissed Maddie’s boyfriend on Liv & Maddie, and when Farkle spills Riley’s secret that she still loves Lucas on Girl Meets World!

Troy and Gabriella Meet on NYE! – High School Musical

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Debby Ryan & Skai Jackson Pay Tribute to Cameron Boyce

Debby Ryan & Skai Jackson Pay Tribute to Cameron Boyce

Debby Ryan and Skai Jackson are honoring their Jessie co-star, Cameron Boyce.

The 26-year-old and 17-year-old actress both paid tribute to Cameron’s memory in touching Instagram posts on Thursday (July 11).

Cameron died suddenly in sleep after suffering a seizure on on July 6.

“This ripped me up. I keep trying and I can’t make anything make sense,” Debby wrote in her emotional post. “He was blameless, and relentlessly joyful; he was good. Through and through, Cam is good, in all ways and to all people. And the most alive. It’s wrong. I am so confused and devastated and angry. But that isn’t very Cam. He’d cast any shade of sadness or darkness in colors of positivity; he couldn’t help himself but to always leave you smiling, or laughing, or dancing. So sincere, kid Truth. He was good. My heart is with his parents, Vic and Libby, full of grace, and his wonderful sister Maya. An unimaginable sorrow. I’m grateful for our Jessie family, with whom to uniquely grieve our guy — Peyton, Skai, Kevin and Karan, whose soul is also far too special to have to experience this depth of grief. There are beautiful connections and beams of light, ever present, truly the fingerprints of Cam still around and showing up in the midst of this. I love him so much. Forever. You’re alive in the legacy of love you built, and I will keep that light burning in me for the rest of my journey. The world was robbed. We’re better for you.”

Skai shared her own message on Thursday (July 11), along with a video of Cameron singing.

“#tbt @thecameronboyce was such a talented actor and a phenomenal dancer. What most people didn’t know was that he also was a very good singer,” she wrote. “I remember years ago, my mom would tell him that his voice is so good and the girls love him, he could be as big as Justin Bieber or better. He would say, ‘Umm, I don’t know. Maybe one day.’ Singing was not his passion but he could definitely hold his own. -Ordinary People by @johnlegend #CameronBoyce.”

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Charles Esten, Kevin Chamberlain & More 'Jessie' Co-Stars Remember Cameron Boyce

Charles Esten, Kevin Chamberlain & More 'Jessie' Co-Stars Remember Cameron Boyce

Cameron Boyce‘s former Jessie co-stars are remembering the young actor with touching memories and posts.

Charles Esten, who played the dad on the Disney Channel show, penned a lengthy note after knowing the 20-year-old well before they worked together on the series.

“My family and I are devastated today, by the loss of our young and amazing friend, Cameron Boyce. Years before I was blessed to play his father on JESSIE, we were blessed to know him and his wonderful family at the elementary school our kids all attended together,” he started out. “It was a joy to work with him on JESSIE, as it was with all the wonderful young stars of that beloved show. They were as close as actual brothers and sisters to one another, and still are, and my heart breaks for them today.”

“Our love and heartfelt prayers go out to them, and most especially, to the Boyce family. Your Cameron was a blessing to us, as he was to so many others in this world. May you feel the breadth of love being poured out for him today, and may God comfort you as you mourn,” Charles added.

Kevin Chamberlain, who played the butler Bertram, shared how Cameron would always light up the room.

“Our ‘Jessie’ family has been devastated by the sad and untimely passing of our beloved Cameron Boyce. He always lit up a room when he entered-he was an extraordinarily talented actor, a selfless advocate with his charity work, and a loyal friend.Our hearts are heavy with sadness,” he wrote.

Chris Galya, who played the bell boy Tony Chiccolini, wrote, “I have no words. I love you brother. The light you spread with every smile. I’m absolutely crushed. ♥️”

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Debby Ryan Helped Create 'Jessie' Because She Wasn't Done With Disney Yet

Debby Ryan Helped Create 'Jessie' Because She Wasn't Done With Disney Yet

Debby Ryan has revealed just how Jessie came about.

The 25-year-old Insatiable actress made an appearance on Dax Shepard‘s podcast Armchair Expert, and talked about how she helped her former Disney Channel show come to fruition.

“At 18, the show (The Suite Life On Deck) ended suddenly and internationally at that point, I had also launched Disney Channel Free-to-Air and I had done two films for [Disney Channel] and I produced the second one. My last one repeated better than a lot of their original airing of DCOMs and they were like, ‘I don’t know, there’s something here that works,’” she told the host. “And I was kind of the last person as the Hannah Montanas or whatever phased out and those shows ended and people were very much like, ‘I miss the old Disney, I miss classic Disney.’ And I was kind of the last person with a foot in both worlds. And at 18, [I was] too old to be the lead of a Disney show, but prime age to be a relatable, quirky authority figure.”

“So my showrunner from Suite Life and I requested a meeting with the president of Disney Channel, which I guess I didn’t realize you don’t do at 18,” Debby continued. “But I put on a blazer and I was like, ‘Listen, I’m not done with you guys and I don’t think you’re done with me. We’re doing something it works, let’s do this.’ We pitched them Jessie and they loved it and it’s the first show they ever greenlit without a pilot.”

“We would get buzz that it did significantly well, it premiered very well, it stayed really well, the re-runs did well, on Netflix it was the most watched kids’ show even four years after it went away. And so it had a lot of great success,” she added.

Jessie also went on to produce the spin-off Bunk’d, which just got renewed for a fourth season!