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Sabrina Carpenter Net Worth 2019

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Sabrina Carpenter is a famous young American singer and actress, who first rose to stardom with the portrayal of the young Chloe Goodwin, in the popular 2013 TV series “The Goodwin Games”. Also, she is widely famous for the role in a comedy TV series “Girl Meets World”. Continue reading to find out more about her personal life, career, and earnings.

Age, Siblings, Education, and Personal Life

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Sabrina Ann Lynn Carpenter was born on May11, 1999, in Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania, to father David and mother Elizabeth Carpenter. She is 5 feet tall, and weighs around 50 kg.

Sabrina has three sisters, Shannon, Sarah, and a half-sister Cayla. Cayla is a freelance makeup artist and a hairstylist, Sarah is a fellow actress who had roles on many TV shows, and she also runs a Tumblr blog with many followers.

When it comes to her education, Sabrina was homeschooled and she never attended a high school or college.

Sabrina is not in a relationship. In the past, she has dated Bradley Steven Perry, Corey Fogelmanis, Amir Mitchel-Townes, and Peyton Meyer.

Career in Music and Film Industry

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Albums and Songs

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From the tended age of 10, Sabrina began to sing and post videos on her YouTube channel. She now has more than 4 million subscribers and a total of over 754 million views across all of her videos. She won the third place in “The Next Miley Cyrus Project” singing competition, run and organized by the famous American singer and actress Miley Cyrus.

Sabrina’s first studio album was titled “Eyes Wide Open”, and it arrived in April of 2015 after “Can’t Blame a Girl for Trying” was already released. The album reached the number 43 spot on the US Billboard 200, as well as number 14 on the Billboard Digital Albums.

After such a success of her first album, Sabrina Carpenter released a second album, titled “Evolution”, also in 2015. It reached the 28th spot on the Billboard 200 Chart. During the late 2018, her third studio album arrived, by the name of “Singular”. The lead single from it is her popular song “Almost Love”. Lastly, this July 19, Sabrina surprised the fans with her fourth studio album, “Singular: Act II”. Three singles appeared before it, “Pushing 20”, “Exhale”, and “In My Bed”.

Movies and TV Shows

Except her already successful career in the music industry, Sabrina Carpenter is also an actress. Her first appearance and debut was on the popular NBC show “Law and Order: Special Victims Unit”. In this series, she played a young rape victim.

Then in 2013, her big break came as Young Chloe in the TV show “The Goodwin Games”, as well as the lead character Maya Hart in “Girl Meets World”. Sabrina played Princess Vivian in an animated series “Sofia the First”, where she gave her voice to this supporting character.

Since the year 2016, Sabrina has been playing Melissa Chase in another animated TV show, called “Milo Murphy’s Law. Except this, she appeared in movies “Horns”, “Noobz”, “The Hate U Give”, “Tall Girl”, and “Work It”. In 2015, she was nominated for the Young Artist Award for her role in “Girl Meets World”. Most recently, Sabrina has been cast for the role in the movie adaptation of “The Distance From Me to You”.

Sabrina Carpenter Net Worth 2019

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As of the start of the year 2019, young actress and singer Sabrina Carpenter has an estimated net worth of more than $4 million. She has earned most of her wealth thanks to her two successful careers, in Hollywood and in the music industry.

Other than her main line of work, Sabrina has a large social media presence as an artist and an influencer. From her videos and other content, she earns between $956 and $15,300 per month, and from $11,500 to $183,500 per year. She has more than 18 million followers on Instagram, 1.4 million followers on Twitter, 4.5 million likes on her Facebook page, and more than 4.1 million subscribers on YouTube.

She also earns from her various merchandise. Sabrina is also sponsored by Foundation Media Partners, Paradigm, Faculty, SGB&C, and Shemarya.

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