Just like Hollywood's famous twin, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Cole Sprouse, and his twin brother Dylan Sprouse have started their careers at a very young age. And just like the Olsen twins, the Sprouse twins also took a break from the limelight to focus on their education, etc.

However, Cole Sprouse just can't seem to get away from the industry for so long as he returned to show business, playing one of the most sought-after characters to date -- Jughead Jones. The 24-year-old actor reclaimed his heartthrob status when he joined the cast of "Riverdale," which also stars KJ Apa (Archie Andrews), Lili Reinhart (Betty Cooper), Camila Mendes (Veronica Lodge), and more.

Cole goes back to acting after graduating with honors in NYU

The television series adaptation of the mega-popular Archie Comics premiered early this year, and viewers saw a different side of Cole Sprouse. Known to play most comedic roles, fans were in awe to see the "Suite Life of Zack and Cody" star portraying a serious character, and they were instantly hooked! But is Cole not that proud of playing Jughead Jones?

Earlier reports revealed that Cole Sprouse is not letting his twin, Dylan Sprouse, to watch "Riverdale." While that sounded as if the younger of the twin didn't want his brother to see him as Jughead Jones on The CW show, the reason behind it makes a lot of sense than it appears.

"He supports the show…. I don't know if he enjoys it," Cole Sprouse shared to Elle magazine. "This kind of programming has never really been our flavor of choice.

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I don't want him to watch anything I do, and I don't watch anything he'll do." The "Riverdale" actor then that he and his twin know how to separate work and play, and nothing affect their brotherly love even if his brother does not watch the show.

Cole & Dylan still close despite different career paths

But just because Cole Sprouse has returned to Hollywood, that does not mean that he will stay for good. The "Kung Fu Magoo" actor proved that he doesn't need this job to be successful, and only does it for as long as it stays "fulfilling" for him. If it doesn't fulfill him anymore, Cole suggests that he has no problem leaving the spotlight once again.

Cole Sprouse graduated with honors in New York University back in 2015 with an archaeology major, while his brother also graduated with honors and earned a degree in video game design. The "Riverdale" star proved that he and Dylan were just kids turned out to be successful and smart young men who can find a decent job even without acting involved.