It's like late-night sketch comedy, only it's done especially for kids by kids.
An ensemble of talented young actors, including Tiffany Thornton, portrays a variety of characters in hilarious situations on the Disney Channel's "So Random!".
Viewers were first introduced to many of the show's stars on "Sonny With A Chance". Now, young actors and actresses like Thornton get to sharpen their skills in some original comedy sketches.
The sketches introduce new comedic characters including Zombie Man, Roadkill Reba, Tantrum Girl, Jack Sparrow, MC Grammar and Bracey Girrlz. There will also be some returning favorites like RoadKill McGill, The Real Princesses of New Jersey and Sally Jensen: Kid Lawyer.
Each episode also showcases a performance by a special guest or recording artist like Selena Gomez and The Scene, Colbie Caillat, and most recently, Far East Movement.
Coming up this Sunday, August 21st at 7:30 p.m. on the Disney Channel, you can watch Tiffany Thornton as "Tawni Hart" portray a variety of characters and a very special performance of "Rocketeer".
For more information on "So Random!" please visit: http://tv.disney.go.com/disneychannel/sorandom/
More information on Tiffany Thornton
Tiffany Thornton plays resident teen queen Tawni Hart in the Disney Channel comedy series "So Random!," the show within the show "Sonny With A Chance."
Thornton is a familiar face on Disney Channel. In summer 2011, she serves as host of "Disney Friends for Change Games." Additionally, she starred in the Disney Channel Original Movie "Hatching Pete," has lent her voice to Disney Channel's "Fish Hooks" and guest starred on "That's So Raven," "Wizards of Waverly Place" and "Hannah Montana." She also has a recurring role on Disney XD's animated comedy "Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil." In 2009 she hosted Radio Disney's "N.B.T." (Next Big Thing), a program spotlighting young recording artists. Thornton recently participated in a "Magic of Healthy Living" campaign PSA with First Lady Michelle Obama and is active in Disney's Friends for Change.
Also focusing on a music career, Thornton has co-written and recorded two songs for the "Sonny With A Chance" soundtrack and has recorded "If I Never Knew You" for Walt Disney Records' Disneymania 7; "I Believe," a Christmas duet with Kermit the Frog, which she performed at the 2009 Macy's Thanksgiving Parade; "Someday My Prince Will Come" for the re-release of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs;" and "Magic Mirror" for the "Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure" soundtrack. She also lent her voice for the "Sing It Pro" tutorial mode in the Disney Interactive Studios video game, "Disney Sing It: Pop Hits 2." She can be heard on the upcoming soundtrack for "The Little Engine That Could."
Although she moved to Los Angeles to pursue a recording career, Thornton was bitten by the acting bug. In 2004 she landed her first guest appearance on the FOX sitcom "Quintuplets" and continued to win roles in primetime television shows including "Arrested Development," "8 Simple Rules," "The O.C.," "Desperate Housewives," "Jericho," "Side Order of Life" and "American Dreams."
Born February 14 in College Station, Texas, Thornton enjoys snow skiing, tennis, horseback riding, swimming and gymnastics. She grew up singing in church, as well as performing the national anthem at all of the Texas A&M University sporting events.
Story and Interview by: Jennifer Matarese
Biography by Disney