Demi started her career in acting when she was 7 years old on Barney and Friends. She appeared on Barney for 2 years. After Barney, she stopped acting, until she got older. When she was 14, she starred on 'Prison Break' for only one episode. When she was 15, she played a role in 'As The Bell Rings' and also starred in 'Just Jordan' for one episode. 'As The Bell Rings' ended in 2008, after she turned 16, which was the same year she had her break out into fame by playing Mitchie Torrez in 'Camp Rock'. Within the same year, Demi got a record deal with Hollywood Records. She released her first debut album 'Don't Forget' late 2008. It has even been certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Now skipping ahead a little.
In 2009, Demi played one of the lead roles in Disney movie 'Princ...
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