Kay appeared in Jordan Pruitt's video "Outside Lookin In".
She enjoys arts and crafts, bowling, swimming, and dance.
Kay says that her future car will hopefully be a BMW Z-4.
Kay attended Crone Middle School in Chicago, Illinois when she was in 6th grade.
Kay's least favorite school subject is science.
Kay has a t-shirt that reads: "I'll try being nicer if you'll try being smarter."
Her role model is her older sister, Danielle.
She keeps a journal.
Kay's Chinese Zodiac sign is the Horse and her Zodiac sign is the Taurus.
Kay's birthstone is the emerald.
In the third round of the Disney Channel Games, Kay's team lost, but she did not participate.
Kay's nickname on the DC Games is "The Closer".
In the second episode of the Disney Channel Games, Kay's team lost both rounds they played in, but Kay did not participate.
When asked where she sees herself in 10 years, Kay said she hopes to be loving life and having more fun.
High School Subject: history
Topic of Conversation: anything
Time of Day: late afternoon
Time of Year: Summer
Food: broccoli casserole
Style of Music: hip-hop
Outdoor Activity: tag
Favorite Sport: soccer
Movies: Mrs.Doubtfire, Finding Neverland, Sky High, and Hercules
TV Shows: The Brady Bunch, Lost, and 24
Actors: Robin Williams, Keifer Sutherland, and Johnny Depp
Actress: Sandra Bullock
Kay says everything makes her laugh.
Kay would like to visit Australia.
Kay's hobby is making beaded necklaces.
Kay currently is 5' tall.
Kay appeared in the 2007 movie Nancy Drew as George.
Kay was in the movie Dead Heat as Sam LaRoche.
Kay lent her voice to the Disney-Pixar film Monsters Inc. as an additional voice.
Kay appeared in an overall total of 14 Phil of the Future episodes as the overly happy Debbie Berwick.
Kay has two dogs named Peanut and Butter, they are Yorkshire Terriers.
In the first Disney Channel Games event, Kay did not participate, but her team won.
Kay participated in the first ever 2006 Disney Channel Games for the Red Team.
Kay will be starring alongside her sister in this summer's new Disney Channel Original Movie, Read It and Weep.
Kay's older sister, Danielle, also graduated high school at only 14 years old.
Kay's actual first name is Stephanie. "Kay" is her middle name. She thought her name was too long to sign. She's gone by "Kay" for so long, she doesn't really remember ever being "Stephanie".
Kay's first kiss was on Summerland, with Zac Efron, who played her boyfriend Cameron.
Kay isn't the only Panabaker famous girl in the family, she also has an older sister called Danielle.
Kay worked with Kyle Massey from That's So Raven on the Disney Channel original movie Life is Ruff.
Kay worked with Jesse McCartney on Summerland.
Kay has acted at the Community Theatres.
Kay lives with her parents and her sister.
In 2003, Kay was nominated for a Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a TV Drama Series - Guest Starring Young Actress for: ER.
In 2004, Kay was nominated for a Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Commercial For Youth Anti-Smoking PSA. In 2005, Kay was nominated for a Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Television Series - Recurring Young Actress for: Phil of the Future. In 2005, Kay won a Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) - Leading Young Actress for: Summerland.
Kay loves to travel.
Kay currently lives in Los Angeles, California.
Kay was raised in Philadelphia, Chicago and Atlanta.
Kay's favorite book is "Stargirl" by Jerry Spinelli.
If Kay wasn't an actress, she would be a flight attendant, beautician or a teacher.
Kay really enjoyed working with Lori Loughlin on Summerland.
Kay has hazel eyes.
Kay's natural hair color is dark blonde.
Kay was 11 when she started High School, and at age 10, she graduated from her eighth grade class.
While unable to shoot new episodes of Disney Channel's series Phil of the Future, Kay still hears from fans who are enjoying her Season 1 episodes as straight-laced Debbie Berwick, a big departure from her Summerland character.
Kay is the younger sister of Danielle Panabaker, who plays Brittany Aarons on the Disney Channel movie, Stuck in the Suburbs.
Kay began her college career in September 2004 and is a History major at UCLA.
Kay: (On anyone watching the TV series "No Ordinary Family") Absolutely. It has the 8:00 time slot, so there's nothing racy or very violent, it's a really wholesome show. I think a lot of TV networks kind of try and go for a particular niche. You have the comedy shows that are good for the teenage boys, and you have this for the girls, and our show is very much comedy that everyone finds funny, and we have a family element that I just don't think is in any family shows on the air right now.
I remember when Gossip Girl came out. I used to watch it with my mom, and we were shocked with what they were able to get away with at the 8:00 time slot, that's normally the family time. Our show has questions of drugs and alcohol but it's always in a very family oriented way, and nothing bad happens and it's a realistic look at it on how someone would deal with that. Some of the storyline are developmental, so you'll want to watch every episode to know what will happen, but at the same time you'll be able to jump in and enjoy the show for an hour. I'm really impressed with it; it's a very well written show.
Kay: (On her character Daphne Powell on the TV series "No Ordinary Family") She's a very typical teenage girl. She loves her phone, she loves hanging out with her friends and doesn't really care about her family and the problems they're having. As such, the power she gets is the power to read minds, which makes her more sympathetic. She now hears the real problems that people are dealing with and it makes her more compassionate. It doesn't make her perfect overnight, she still fights with her family, but she has a really special relationship with her dad and with her brother.
Kay: (About the TV series "No Ordinary Family") It's about a family that's struggling. The mom is a workaholic and the father works for his own sanity, but he takes care of the kids. When we go on a trip for my mom's science business trip, we crash, and we all get super powers. The show follows the family as they grow as individuals, as a family and as they grow as people with super powers. It's cool to see the superpowers, but the heart of the show is about the family that's struggling and the superpowers make that more difficult. You think it'd make it cool and make them closer, but often times it's the opposite.
Kay: (talking about her show Summerland) The cast and crew are such a tight knit family. A lot of series will say, "oh yea, our family is a tight family," but we really are a family like that. I really just get a long with everybody and it's so good how well everybody gets along.
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