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|Born:||April 6, 1998|
|Occupation:||Actress, model, singer|
Peyton Roi List is an American teen actress, singer, model, and a member of the Zendellaneyton along with Bella Thorne, Zendaya Coleman and Nausheen Ali. She is best known for portraying the role of Madison in the fictional Clearstime series BABYSITTER and Holly Hills in the Diary Of A Wimpy Kid film series.
Life and Career
List was born in Florida, but moved to New York City at the age of four. She has two brothers, Spencer (her twin) and Phoenix; both are actors and models. She lives in Los Angeles, California.
List has been a 2011 model for Justice magazine. She has also appeared on the cover of the American Girl's 2009 Back to School issue. She appeared alongside Robert Pattinson in the film Remember Me. In 2010, List appeared in the Disney film The Sorcerer's Apprentice, and in Lifetime Movie Network's Secrets in the Walls, alongside Jeri Ryan and Kay Panabaker. List began modeling both by herself and with her brother Spencer. She has appeared in over four hundred advertisements in various formats for various companies.
List also starred in Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules and Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days.
List auditioned for the role of Madison in 2010, and was cast among the hundreds of actresses who auditioned. The Pilot episode for the series was filmed in December 2010. The series was then picked up for two seasons straight away, as both seasons were filmed from February 2011 - April 2012. In 2014, it was announced that the series would end after the fourth season; as filming wrapped up in May 2014. Through-out the 100 episode-run, the show has been praised by critics as the "television show of the century" and is considered as List's most recognizable role yet.
2012: Music Debut
In 2012, List signed a record deal with Republic Records. She released her debut single titled "Ready Or Not" in September 2012. She released her debut album "Hello, My Name Is..." in November 2012.
2013: Babysitter It Up Girlz Formation
In December 2012, the casts of Babysitter and the Disney Channel series Shake It Up came together to film a special crossover episode titled "Babysitter It Up". Filming for the episode concluded on January 10, 2013. The episode showcased List, Bella Thorne, Zendaya Coleman and Nausheen Ali perform the song "Wings". After observing the girl's chemistry and how well they fit in with each other, executive producers Rachel MorCox and Rob Lotterstein agreed to sign the four girls to a record deal with Clearstime Records and Sony Music; thus forming the band on January 14, 2013.
The girls released "Wings" as their first single, accompanied by a music video featuring the girls and both of Babysitter and Shake It Up's casts. Following the single's success, the girls released their debut self-titled album. They also released the following singles from the album throughout 2013:
- Change Your Life
- How Ya Doin' (ft. Karin Konoval)
- Going Nowhere
2014: Babysitter It Up Girlz Renaming and Me Being Me
Through out the second half of 2013 and early 2014, the BIUGz were recording their second studio album, following the first one's success. However, their contract with Clearstime Records was expired, after only signing for a one year deal. The girls were then signed onto RCA Records and were renamed to Zendellaneyton prior to their second album's release. They debuted their first single off of their album titled "Move" in March 2014, and released their second album "Salute" later that year. They also released the following singles from their album throughout 2014:
- Little Me
They also released a single titled "Word Up!", which was a cover of the original song by Cameo. The song and the accompanying music video was released to raise self-awareness of different forms of bullying.
List also released her second studio album's debut single titled "Better In Stereo" in 2014, and released her second album "Me Being Me" later that year.
2015-2016: Get Weird and World Tour
After having trouble writing their third studio album, Zendellaneyton finally released the lead single off of the album titled "Black Magic" in mid-2015. The song debuted at number one on the American iTunes chart upon its release. They also released "Hair" as a promotional single in November 2015 with an accompanying music video prior to the album's release in December 2015. The girls also released "Love Me Like You" on January 1, 2016, and released their next single "Secret Love Song" (which features Kyle Massey) on April 29, 2016. Also, the newcomer rapper and vocalist RAGHI. announced that he was featured in a remix of Zendellaneyton's single "Hair" in June 2016. Following that, a new music video featuring elements from the girls' original video along with RAGHI.'s verses (featuring footage that was filmed separately and later than the original video) was uploaded onto Zendellaneyton's VEVO channel in July 2016. The "Hair" remix was then re-released as a single and the girls have performed the remix at several gigs; such as the 2016 Teen Choice Awards and The Ellen Show.
On February 16, 2016, the girls embarked on their third arena tour; as well as their first world tour, titled the We're Weird! World Tour. The tour traveled to United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, South America and Oceania. It ended on September 20, 2016 in Wellington, New Zealand.
2016: Tightened Love
In November 2015, List revealed the name of her third studio album on her Twitter; titled "Tightened Love". She released the lead single off of the album titled "NO" on April 6, 2016 (on her 18th birthday). The single was List's highest debuted song, after it charted number 1 in over 30 countries. The music video was released on April 16, 2016. She then released her follow-up single "Me Too (feat. Maya Joseph)" with the accompanying music video on June 21, 2016; one day prior to the album's release.
Tightened Love was released on June 22, 2016 and debuted number one in over 50 countries.
List released "Rainfall (ft. Nausheen Ali)" as the third single from the album in November 2016. The music video began production in late September-early October 2016. List has stated about the video, "It [the music video] will be more of a short-film with the song being its score. The video will tell a story from two girls' perspectives. It is different to anything that I have done in the past, and I've always wanted to act in one of my own music videos."
2016/2017: Glory Days and short hiatus
In mid-June 2016, List revealed that the girls have started working on their fourth studio album, Glory Days. It was also revealed that they want the entire album to be recorded by the end of 2016 and that the lead single from the album will be released in October 2016.
The music video for "Shout Out To My Ex" (the lead single) was filmed from September 23-26 2016. The song was released on October 28, 2016 after the girls performed it on Good Morning America, and the accompanied music video was released on November 4, 2016.
Zendellaneyton officially finished recording the album on October 15, 2016, and the album is due to be released in mid-December 2016.
The girls have also announced on November 13, 2016 that they will be taking a short hiatus between February and August of 2017 to focus on their careers outside of the group. It is said that the girls will still occasionally hang-out with each other and film music videos for their next singles together.
In mid-January 2017, it was announced that Peyton List will perform her new single with Charlie Puth titled, "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" at the Grammy Awards.
Zendellaneyton announced via a pre-recorded video on their social media on March 3, 2017 that their next single from the album is "Touch". The music video was shot in early January 2017 and is due to be released on March 17, 2017.
Charlie Puth (December 2016 - April 2017)
List was formerly dating the American singer and songwriter Charlie Puth. The two of them met backstage at the 2015 American Music Awards and deeply expressed their admiration for one another. Puth then formed a close friendship with List and the other girls of Zendellaneyton. He was asked to have a role in Zendellaneyton's "Black Magic" music video, in which he accepted. Puth sung a line for the single, "And it's called black magic" at the end of the final chorus (however this line wasn't recorded for the studio version of the song).
They initially hooked up in the summer of 2016 but called off their two-week relationship for unknown reasons. They also collaborated on a series of songs; most notably "Wrong" from Peyton's album Tightened Love, "Oops" from Zendellaneyton's album Glory Days and "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" on the Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack.
The couple had rumored to have split after fans were quick to notice that they have pushed back the dates for their "I Don't Wanna Live Forever Tour" (which was due to embark in early May 2017) and had unfollowed each other on social media. It was then announced on April 18, 2017 that the pair had split up due to Puth's careless actions towards Peyton's wellbeing. Peyton released via her representatives that Puth dumped her via text message the previous night and that whilst she was struggling to deal with her best friend's [Nausheen's] car accident, he wasn't there to support her. Since then, their tour dates have been cancelled and they are no longer on speaking terms.
Krissy Saleh (May 2017-present)
After coming out as bisexual in May 2017, List confirmed that she was romantically linked with her photographer Krissy Saleh as of late May. List confirmed the relationship on June 13, 2017. She has stated, "The relationship is in its early stages at the moment. We seem to really like each other. I've known her for about a year and always known that she loved women just as much as me! I didn't think of becoming anything more than friends with her until I realized that I was already out of the closet and was ready to date again [after Charlie Puth]. On the night of the Billboard Music Awards, I went to dinner with Nausheen [Ali] and she asked me, 'So now that you're open to dating other women, who are you thinking of dating? Besides me of course,' and I had to think about it for a minute. My attention was immediately drawn to Krissy, and Nausheen was all in for it. [...] We'd both much rather keep our relationship private at the moment. Krissy isn't much of a spotlight person...she's totally the opposite to me! She's always behind the camera anyway. [...] I really want this relationship to last. I don't want to jinx things."
- On September, 9 2016, Peyton posted a few references to Zendellaneyton on Snapchat, Twitter and Instagram. This includes:
- On January 20, 2017, Peyton posted a video on her snapchat featuring the song, "Shout Out To My Ex".
The official trailer for the upcoming Disney Channel Original Movie, The Swap, starring Peyton List, was released in early September 2016. The trailer features the song "Me Too", which is fictionally sung by Peyton List ft. Maya Joseph.
|2002||As the World Turns||Little girl at diner||1 episode|
|2004||Spider Man-2||Little Girl||Extra|
|2004||All My Children||Bess||1 episode|
|2007||The Product of 3c||Young Winnie||Short film|
|2007||Saturday Night Live||Little Girl||"Angry Dog" segment|
|2008||The Wonder Pets||Chick No.1||Episode: "Kalamazoo"hi|
|2008||27 Dresses||Young Jane Nichols||Minor Role|
|2008||Remember Back, Remember Then||Luna||Episode: Short film|
|2008||Cashmere Mafia||Sasha Burden||4 episodes|
|2009||Confessions of a Shopaholic||Shoestore Girl No.2||Extra|
|2009||Gossip Girl||Young Girl No.1||Episode: Enough About Eve|
|2010||The Trouble With Cali||Young Cali Bluejones||Post production|
|2010||The Sorcerer's Apprentice||Young Becky||Minor role|
|2010||Secrets in the Walls||Molly||Television movie|
|2010||Miriam's Song||Miriam||Short film; post production|
|2011||Something Burrowed||Young Darcy||Minor Role|
|2011||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Young Brandy/Larissa||Episode: "Possessed"|
|2011||Diary Of A Wimpy Kid:Rodrick Rules||Holly Hills||Major Role|
|2011||Spontaneous||Madison||Crossover (Part 2): Babysitter Meets Spontaneous|
|2012||Diary Of A Wimpy Kid:Dog Days||Holly Hills||Major Role|
|2014||I Didn't Do It||Sherri||Guest star|
|2014||Babysitter: The Movie||Madison||Main role|
|2011||Babysitter Cast ft. Dorothy Pat||Jumpstart||Babysitter Sound Track|
|2011||Peyton List||Life In Chicago||Babysitter Sound Track|
|2012||Peyton List||Ready Or Not||Hello...My Name Is|
|2012||Peyton List||Wall To Climb||Babysitter Sound Track II/Hello...My Name Is|
|2012||Peyton List ft. Babysitter Cast||I Thought You Were The One||Babysitter Sound Track II|
|2013||Peyton List||Leave It All To Me||Hello...My Name Is|
|2013||Peyton List ft. Bella Thorne||Best Friends Forever, Should Always Stick Together||Babysitter Sound Track II|
|2013||Babsitter It Up Girlz||Wings||Babysitter It Up Girlz|
|2013||Babysitter It Up Girlz||Change Your Life||Babysitter It Up Girlz|
|2013||Babysitter It Up Girlz ft. Karin Konoval||How Ya Doin'?||Babysitter It Up Girlz|
|2013||Peyton List||Hurricane||Hello...My Name Is|
|2013||Babysitter It Up Girlz||Going Nowhere||Babysitter It Up Girlz|
|2013||Babysitter It Up Girlz||DNA||Babysitter It Up Girlz|
|2013||Babysitter It Up Girlz||Madhouse||Babysitter It Up Girlz|
|2013||Peyton List||Kissin' You||Me Being Me|
|2013||Peyton List||Better In Stereo||Me Being Me|
|2013||Peyton List ft. Babysitter Cast||We Are Family (8 minute version)||Babysitter:The Movie Soundtrack (EP)|
|2013||Pharrell Williams||Happy||Single release/G I R L|
|2014||Peyton List ft. Babysitter Cast||Thinking of You||Single release|
|2015||Peyton List||Count Me In||Me Being Me|
|2015||Zendellaneyton||Black Magic||Get Weird|
|2016||Zendellaneyton||Love Me Like You||Get Weird|
|2016||Peyton List||NO||Tightened Love|
|2016||Zendellaneyton ft. Kyle Massey||Secret Love Song||Get Weird|
|2016||Peyton List ft. Maya Joseph||Me Too||Tightened Love|
|2016||Zendellaneyton ft. RAGHI.||Hair*||Get Weird|
|2016||Zendellaneyton||Shout Out To My Ex||Glory Days|
|2016||Peyton List ft. Nausheen Ali||Rainfall||Tightened Love|
|2017||Charlie Puth ft. Peyton List||I Don't Wanna Live Forever||Fifty Shades Darker Soundtrack|
|2017||Zendellaneyton ft. Charlie Puth||Oops||Glory Days|
* The music video is for a remixed version of the song featuring the rapper and singer RAGHI.. The music features elements from the original Hair music video released in November 2015, however RAGHI.'s parts were filmed separate and edited into the original music video.
Through out Peyton's entire music career, she's has released and/or have been featured in 8 albums (3 of them of which are her personal albums, 2 of them of which are from Babysitter and 4 of them which are with Zendellaneyton) and 1 EP.
- Babysitter Soundtrack (2012)
- Hello...My Name Is (2012)
- Babysitter Sound Track II (2013)
- Babysitter It Up Girlz (2013)
- Me Being Me (2014)
- Salute (2014)
- Get Weird (2015)
- Tightened Love (2016)
- Glory Days (2016)
- Babysitter: The Movie Soundtrack (2014)
Babysitter Soundtrack (2012)
|1||"We Are Family"||Peyton List ft. Babysitter Cast||Theme song|
|2||"International Superstar"||Raven Symone||Sung in episode "International Superstar"|
Nausheen Ali lip-synced the song in the episode
|3||"Get In The Game"||Kyle Massey||Sung in episode "International Superstar"|
|4||"Standing There With You"||Peyton List||Sung in episode "International Superstar"|
|5||"The Cay"||Mark Galla||Briefly sung in episode "International Superstar"|
|6||"Life In Chicago"||Peyton List||Sung and music video shown in episode "Dreams Come Alive"|
|7||"Jumpstart"||Babysitter Cast ft. Dorothy Pat||Sung in "Christmas Cheers"|
|8||"Set It Off"||JJ Martin||Sung in "Dreams Come Alive" and "Christmas Cheers"|
|9||"We Are Make It Work"||Peyton List ft. Caroline Tiloason||Sung in episode "Babysitter Meets Spontaneous"|
|10||"Babysitter Remix"||Various artists||Remix of all songs on album|
Hello...My Name Is (2012)
|1||"Ready Or Not"||Peyton List|
|3||"Wall To Climb"||Peyton List|
|4||"Leave It All To Me"||Peyton List|
|5||"Top of the World"||Peyton List|
|6||"Forgot to Laugh"||Peyton List|
|7||"City Lights"||Peyton List|
|8||"All I See Is Gold"||Peyton List|
|9||"The Fall Song"||Peyton List|
|10||"Love Will Tell Us Where To Go"||Peyton List|
|12||"Rocks at My Window"||Peyton List|
|14||"Hold On For Dear Love"||Peyton List|
Babysitter Soundtrack II (2013)
|1||"The Scones Song"||Anne-Marie Johnson ft. Babysitter Cast||Sung in episode "Secret You Can't Hold"|
|2||"Dirty Cheater"||Peyton List ft. Nausheen Ali||Sung in episode "The Book Of Secrets"|
|3||"Heard It On The Radio"||Ross Lynch||Sung briefly in episode "Crushed"|
|4||"Babysitter It Up (Theme Song)"||Selena Gomez & The scene ft. Peyton List||Mash-up theme song of "Babysitter It Up"|
|5||"Wings"||Babysitter It Up Girlz||Sung in "Babysitter It Up"|
|6||"Sand, Sand, Sand"||Peyton List||Sung in episode "Sand For Thought"|
|7||"I Thought You Were The One"||Peyton List ft. Babysitter Cast||Heard in episode "Dirty Cheaters"|
|8||"Watch Me"||Peyton List||Sung in "Babysitter It Up"|
Cover of original song by Bella Thorne and Zendaya
|9||"Funtastic"||Peyton List ft. Kyle Massey||Sung in episode "A Wonderful Thanksgiving"|
|10||"Wall To Climb"||Peyton List||Sung in episodes "Switcheroo", "Crushed" and "Babysitter It Up"|
|11||"Best Friends Forever, Should Always Stick Together"||Peyton List ft. Bella Thorne||Briefly sung in "Babysitter Meets Spontaneous" without Bella Thorne|
|12||"Ready Or Not"||Peyton List||Bonus track|
Babysitter It Up Girlz (2013)
|1||"Wings"||Babysitter It Up Girlz|
|2||"DNA"||Babysitter It Up Girlz|
|3||"Change Your Life"||Babysitter It Up Girlz|
|4||"Always Be Together"||Babysitter It Up Girlz|
|5||"Stereo Soldier"||Babysitter It Up Girlz|
|6||"Pretend It's OK"||Babysitter It Up Girlz|
|7||"Turn Your Face"||Babysitter It Up Girlz|
|8||"We Are Who We Are"||Babysitter It Up Girlz|
|9||"How Ya Doin'?"||Babysitter It Up Girlz|
|10||"Red Planet"||Babysitter It Up Girlz ft. Karin Konoval|
|11||"Going Nowhere"||Babysitter It Up Girlz|
|12||"Madhouse"||Babysitter It Up Girlz|
Me Being Me (2014)
|1||"Me Being Me"||Peyton List|
|2||"Better In Stereo"||Peyton List|
|3||"Kissin' You"||Peyton List|
|4||"Love Is Just A Word"||Peyton List|
|5||"I'm On Top of the World"||Peyton List|
|6||"Hey Boy"||Peyton List|
|7||"Let It Snow"||Peyton List|
|8||"I Found You"||Peyton List|
|9||"Count Me In"||Peyton List|
|10||"Give Me Your Heart"||Peyton List|
|11||"Betrayed"||Peyton List ft. Nausheen Ali|
|12||"My Heart Stops"||Peyton List|
|13||"Sharin' Your Love"||Peyton List|
|14||Title Unknown||Peyton List|
Babysitter: The Movie Soundtrack (2014)
|1||"We Are Family (Full Version)"||Peyton List ft. Babysitter Cast||Music video released to promote Babysitter movie|
|2||"You're The One That I Want"||Peyton List and Kyle Massey||Sung in the movie|
|3||"I Just Wanna Be With You"||Peyton List, Kyle Massey, Jake Goodman and Nausheen Ali||Sung in season 4 episode "The Boy Who Cried Girlfriend"|
|4||"We Are Family Remix"||Peyton List ft. Babysitter cast||Remix of theme song|
|4||"Nothing Feels Like You"||Zendellaneyton|
|7||"These Four Walls"||Zendellaneyton|
|8||"About The Boy"||Zendellaneyton|
|12||"A Different Beat"||Zendellaneyton|
|13||"See Me Now"||Zendellaneyton|
|14||"They Just Don't Know You"||Zendellaneyton|
|16||"Little Me (Unplugged)"||Zendellaneyton|
Get Weird (2015)
|2||"Love Me Like You"||Zendellaneyton|
|3||"Weird People" *||Zendellaneyton|
|4||"Secret Love Song"||Zendellaneyton ft. Kyle Massey|
|7||"I Love You"||Zendellaneyton|
|11||"Love Me or Leave Me"||Zendellaneyton|
"Secret Love Song Pt. II"
* The song is listed as explicit, meaning that the lyrics or context of the song may be unsuitable for young children.
Tightened Love (2016)
|1||"Tightened Love (Intro)"||Peyton List|
|3||"Rainfall"||Peyton List ft. Nausheen Ali|
|4||"Secret Love Song (Duet Version)"||Peyton List ft. Kyle Massey|
|5||"Me Too"||Peyton List ft. Maya Joseph|
|7||"Fool For You"||Peyton List|
|9||"Heart Bursts, Lips Throb, Body Screaming"||Peyton List|
|11||"Wrong"||Peyton List ft. Charlie Puth|
|12||"Tightened Love"||Peyton List|
|13||"Laugh Inside Me"||Peyton List|
|14||"Champagne Problems"||Peyton List|
|15||"Wanna Be Loved By You"||Peyton List|
Glory Days (2016)
|1||"Shout Out To My Ex"||Zendellaneyton|
|4||"Oops"||Zendellaneyton ft. Charlie Puth|
|5||"You Gotta Not"*||Zendellaneyton|
|6||"Down & Dirty"*||Zendellaneyton|
|9||"Nobody Like You"||Zendellaneyton|
|10||"No More Sad Songs"||Zendellaneyton|
|12||"Nothing Else Matters"||Zendellaneyton|
|16||"Black Magic (We're Weird Tour Live from STAPLES Centre)"||Zendellaneyton|
|17||"Move (We're Weird Tour Live from STAPLES Centre)"||Zendellaneyton|
|18||"How Ya Doin' (We're Weird Tour Live from STAPLES Centre)"||Zendellaneyton|
|19||"Change Your Life (We're Weird Tour Live from STAPLES Centre)"||Zendellaneyton|
|20||"I Love You (We're Weird Tour Live from STAPLES Centre)"||Zendellaneyton|
|21||"Secret Love Song Pt. II (We're Weird Tour Live from STAPLES Centre)"||Zendellaneyton|
|22||"Love Me Like You (We're Weird Tour Live from STAPLES Centre)"||Zendellaneyton|
|23||"Grown (We're Weird Tour Live from STAPLES Centre)"||Zendellaneyton|
|24||"A.D.I.D.A.S. (We're Weird Tour Live from STAPLES Centre)"||Zendellaneyton|
|25||"DNA/Pillowtalk (We're Weird Tour Live from STAPLES Centre)"||Zendellaneyton|
|26||"Wings (We're Weird Tour Live from STAPLES Centre)"||Zendellaneyton|
|27||"Salute (We're Weird Tour Live from STAPLES Centre)"||Zendellaneyton|
|28||"Lady Marmalade (We're Weird Tour Live from STAPLES Centre)"||Zendellaneyton|
|29||"Hair (We're Weird Tour Live from STAPLES Centre)"||Zendellaneyton|
|30||"Love Me Or Leave Me (We're Weird Tour Live from STAPLES Centre)"||Zendellaneyton|
|31||"Hello (We're Weird Tour Live from STAPLES Centre)"||Zendellaneyton|
|32||"The End (We're Weird Tour Live from STAPLES Centre)"||Zendellaneyton|
|33||"Lightning (We're Weird Tour Live from STAPLES Centre)"||Zendellaneyton|
|34||"OMG (We're Weird Tour Live from STAPLES Centre)"||Zendellaneyton|
|35||"Weird People (We're Weird Tour Live from STAPLES Centre)"||Zendellaneyton|
* The song is listed as explicit, meaning that the lyrics or context of the song may be unsuitable for young children.