Kaycee Stroh


Date Of Birth

May 29, 1984


Born on May 29, 1984, Kaycee Stroh is a professional dance instructor at the Thompson Lane Entertainment Center who tried her luck on the High School Musical Disney film franchise. After the successful audition, she landed the role of Martha Cox and quickly nabbed an agent in the process. As part of the High School Musical cast, she appeared at several awarding ceremonies that gave recognition to the film's success. She also became a co-host for the dance-along version High School Musical 2.

The phenomenal success of High School Musical soon opened doors for Stroh, who then landed a recurring role on the Disney series The Suite Life of Zack and Cody as Leslie. Subsequently, she also became a contestant on the seventh season of Celebrity Fit Club. She later continued her TV career, appearing on the series The League and Shapetown, USA.

Place of Birth

Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

Birth Name

Kaycee Stroh



Fun Facts

- She has worked as a guest editor for Tiger Beat magazine.

- She married Ben Higginson on January 9, 2009.

- She is a StarPower Ambassador for the Starlight Children's Foundation.

- She auditioned for a role on High School Musical as she took her students from the Thompson Lane Entertainment Center to audition as well.



2012: Holly, Jingles and Clyde 3D - Tara
2011: M.U.D - Big Bertha
2011: Shapetown, USA (TV series) - Liz
2010: Celebrity Fit Club (TV series) - Herself
2010: The League (TV series)
2008: Mother Goose Parade (TV movie) - Honorary Grand Marshall
2008: High School Musical 3: Senior Year - Martha Cox
2006-2008: The Suite Life of Zack and Cody (TV series) - Leslie
2007: High School Musical 2 (TV movie) - Martha Cox
2007: Disney 365 (TV series)
2006-2007: Dancing with the Stars (TV series) - Herself
2006: High School Musical (TV movie) - Martha Cox
2004: Ammon & King Lamoni (video) - Dancer


5' 2 1/2" (1.59 m)


"Every day that I wake up I thank my lucky stars and thank my heavenly father for my chances. I have learned so much from the entertainment industry and my fellow actors, and I'm grateful that I'm taking so much away from it. The message from High School Musical is that it's great to be different and great to be myself. I am able to say, 'This is what I am' and people can respect and love you."

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