Sydney Sweeney Net Worth

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Sydney Sweeney Net Worth

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About Sydney Sweeney

Sydney Bernice Sweeney is an American actress. As of , Sydney Sweeney's estimated net worth is at least $5 Million.

She appeared in the Netflix series Everything Sucks! (2018) and has taken on recurring roles in the Hulu series The Handmaid's Tale (2018) and the HBO miniseries Sharp Objects (2018).

Since 2019, she has starred as Cassie Howard in the HBO teen drama series Euphoria and as Olivia Mossbacher in The White Lotus. In film, she had a role in Quentin Tarantino's 2019 comedy-drama Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, portraying Snake, a member of the Manson Family.

What is Sydney Sweeney's Net Worth?

As of , Sydney Sweeney's estimated net worth is at least $5M. Sweeney has guest starred in TV shows such as 90210, Criminal Minds, Grey's Anatomy, In the Vault, and Pretty Little Liars.

Sweeney starred as Emaline Addario on the Netflix series Everything Sucks!, which revolved around two groups of students during high school in Oregon in 1996. She then appeared in the HBO miniseries Sharp Objects, recurring as Alice, a roommate whom Amy Adams' character meets at a psychiatric facility.

Her character was originally supposed to have a smaller role, but the director kept bringing her in for more scenes. For the role, Sweeney studied stories of girls who suffered from mental illness and self-harming, and visited hospitals who had patients who self-harmed. Sweeney filmed Everything Sucks! and Sharp Objects concurrently, filming the former during the week and latter on the weekend.

Early life of Sydney Sweeney

Sydney Bernice Sweeney was born on September 12, 1997 and raised in Spokane, Washington. She has a younger brother named Trent. Her mother is a lawyer and her father is in the medical field. She became interested in acting after wanting to audition for a role in an independent film that had come to her town.

In order to convince her parents, she presented them with a five-year business plan. They agreed, and shortly afterward the family moved to Los Angeles.

Sweeney had a role in the thriller film Under the Silver Lake in 2018. She had a recurring role during the second season of the dystopian tragedy series The Handmaid's Tale as Eden Spencer, a pious and obedient girl. She also starred as the heroine in the horror film Along Came the Devil.

The following year, she appeared in the drama film Clementine, the coming-of-age film Big Time Adolescence, and Quentin Tarantino's dramedy film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Sweeney also starred in the teen drama series Euphoria as Cassie Howard, a "teenager with a promiscuous reputation", that same year.

Favorite Quotes from Sydney Sweeney

“I honestly don’t think I have one specific style. One day, I could be wearing a workout tracksuit, and another day, I could be wearing overalls and a tank top. Or I love a slip with a corset. It just honestly depends on where I am in the world and what I’m doing and how I’m feeling that day.” – Sydney Sweeney

“Every single character and every single person in real life can all be 16 or 17 years old and maybe live in the same town and go to the same school, but every single girl is experiencing and living a different life. I think that, on the outside, it may seem like there’s a lot of similarities, but there’s also a lot of differences as well.” – Sydney Sweeney

“On ‘Euphoria,’ it’s so fun because we’re all the same age, so being able to hang out and go out together and go to different events together has been so fun compared to always being the youngest on set, which was really fun, but it’s like, you’re going to go home to your husband or wife, and I’m going to go home to my dog.” – Sydney Sweeney

“Working with Amy Adams was amazing. I’ve always looked up to her as an actor and as a role model, so being able to be on set with her was completely beyond anything I could ever imagine.” – Sydney Sweeney

Sydney Sweeney Net Worth