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Meet The Vancouver-Filmed Kim Possible Movie Cast

Kim Possible

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So, what’s the sitch? The beloved animated Kim Possible franchise is getting a live-action TV movie! The action-adventure and comedy series ran from 2002 to 2007 on Disney Channel and spawned 2 made-for-TV movies and 6 video games. The new movie, which is slated for a 2019 release, started filming in Vancouver this June and wraps up by July 23.

Related: 15 Movies Filming in Vancouver This July

Kim Possible Cast


Disney is frequent to Vancouver having filmed the 5th installment of the Pirates of the Caribbean here in 2016 and Christmas movie Noelle starring Anna Kendrick here in 2017/18. Noelle will premiere on Disney’s new streaming platform in 2019.

As for the small screen and more reboots, Disney’s musical TV movie Freaky Friday shot here last fall while the Herbie reboot series Fast Layne shot here this spring.



Sadie Stanley

Newcomer Sadie Stanley plays the iconic lead role of Kim Possible.


Sean Giambrone

The Goldbergs star Sean Giambrone best friend and sidekick Ron Stoppable.


Alyson Hannigan

HIMYM and American Pie star Alyson Hannigan plays Kim’s mom Dr. Ann Possible.



Todd Stashwick

12 Monkeys star Todd Stashwick plays the villain Dr. Drakken. He previously voiced multiple characters on Phineas & Ferb.


Ciara A. Wilson

17-year-old Filipino-American actress Ciara A. Wilson from Portland plays the new character Athena.



Taylor Ortega

Taylor Ortega plays the villain Shego.


Erika Tham

Canadian actress Erika Tham plays Kim’s frenemy Bonnie.


Issac Ryan Brown

12-year-old Issac Ryan Brown plays Wade.


Patrick Sabongui

Canadian actor Patrick Sabongui plays Dr. Glopman. The Montrealer is known for his role of David Singh on CW’s The Flash which also films in Vancouver.


Connie Ray

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Connie Ray aka Aunt Tina from Stuart Little plays Nana Possible.

Make sure to take to have a look at the cast of the Vancouver-filmed Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.


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