List first began acting with television and film appearances. She first made an uncredited appearance on the soap opera As the World Turns in 2002.In 2004, she appeared on the television show All My Children as Bess, and in the same year made a cameo appearance in the feature film Spider-Man 2, which was uncredited.She continued to appear in guest roles and cameos as well as making another uncredited appearance on the live show Saturday Night Live until 2008, when she had her first major role in the feature film 27 Dresses, starring as the young version of the character Jane Nichols. The film was a commercial success, and served as List’s acting debut.
List began to appear in more feature films, and in 2010 was cast in alongside Robert Pattinson in the film Remember Me, as a girl who bullies Pattinson's character's little sister. The film was a box-office success.In the same year, List had begun her work with Disney, and appeared in the Disney film The Sorcerer's Apprentice, which turned to be a box-office bomb. She also was cast in Lifetime Movie Network's Secrets in the Walls, alongside Jeri Ryan and Kay Panabaker.
Father Name- John List
Mother Name- Suzanne List
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Peyton List's Salary- 3-4 Million USD (approx)
It’s very likely you’ve seen the Peyton Lists before on TV or the big screen. Although “Frequency” Peyton List started out as a child star and spent three of her teenage years on “As the World Turns” as Lucy Montgomery, she’s probably more familiar from her adult role. She’s been knocking around The CW for a while with roles on “90210,” “The Tomorrow People” and “The Flash” (as Captain Cold’s sister Golden Glider), and also made quite an impression as Jane Siegel Sterling on “Mad Men.”
In contrast, Disney Peyton List is best known for her childhood and teen roles. She played the younger versions of Katherine Heigl and Kate Hudson in “27 Dresses” and “Something Borrowed,” respectively, was a young bully in “Remember Me” with Robert Pattinson and co-starred in the “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” films. She came into her Disney heyday first with the role of pampered Emma Ross on the sitcom “Jessie” and its current spinoff, “Bunk’d.”