RELATED: 'The Flash' is Bringing in This 'Harry Potter' Favorite for Season 3Although there were no pictures of the pair together on their romantic trip, Panabaker did post scenic photos of herself all over Greece and hinted at the big moment in one of her posts."Enjoying the last night of this Greek vacation," Panabaker captioned a beautiful beach photo. "The newly-engaged couple also soaked up the sun in Santorini during their holiday."Santorini is heavenly," the 28-year-old star wrote before giving a shout-out to Mystic Hotel for a great trip. star Beth Behrs, in New York City earlier this week, and in May Brie Larson got engaged to her boyfriend, musician Alex Greenwald.Panabaker's breakout role came when she starred in The WB's Summerland as Nikki Westerly, in the 2004–05 season.She also appeared as George in the 2007 Nancy Drew: The Mystery in Hollywood Hills alongside Emma Roberts and Amy Bruckner.Panabaker had a recurring role in Phil of the Future as straight-laced Debbie Berwick, a friend of, and foil to, Pim Diffy (played by Amy Bruckner).She starred in Life Is Ruff as Emily Watson alongside Kyle Massey and Mitchel Musso.
In 2006, Panabaker was in the first Disney Channel Games, on the Red Team with Zac Efron, Anneliese van der Pol, Moises Arias, Dylan Sprouse, and Shin Koyamada as part of the Disney Channel's So Hot Summer! Movies include Moondance Alexander and The Prince and the Pauper with Dylan and Cole Sprouse.Panabaker followed her initial appearances in commercials with roles in television, including a part in The Guardian (for which she won a Young Artist Award), as well as other television series including Malcolm in the Middle, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Medium, and Summerland, and the Disney Channel Original Movie Stuck in the Suburbs.She also appeared in the Lifetime Television productions Sex and the Single Mom and Mom at Sixteen, as well as the well-reviewed miniseries Empire Falls.In 2005, she earned her associate degree and appeared on the national Dean's List.In 2006, she began her senior year at the University of California, Los Angeles, from which she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in June 2007, again appearing on the Dean's List.She was accepted by the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), History Program as a junior and completed her Bachelor of Arts in history before she turned 18.