Sabrina Annlynn Carpenter, better known as Sabrina Carpenter, is an American singer, actress, and a songwriter. As of 2023, Sabrina Carpenter has a net worth of $4 million.
She has worked in this industry since 2011, working for Irish and Hollywood labels, working on the genres of Electropop, R&B, Dance Pop, Teen Pop and Pop. She has appeared in major films like “Emergency”, “Clouds”, “The Short History of the Long Road”, “The Hate U Give”, and “Horns”.
Sabrina Carpenter Biography
American singer Sabrina Carpenter was born on May 11, 1999, and is 23 years old as of February 2023. She was born in Quakertown, Pennsylvania, United States, and raised in East Greenville along with her sisters. Sabrina has US citizenship and believes in Christianity.
She completed her early education at home. When she was 10, she started uploading her singing videos on YouTube while she was homeschooling. Her father built her purple recording studio so that she could pursue her love of music. She took third place at The Next Miley Cyrus Project, a singing contest hosted by Miley Cyrus. Later on, she attended the Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School.
Sabrina Annlynn Carpenter
Date of Birth
11 May 1999
Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania, United States
23 Years Old
English, German and Irish Descent
Singer, Actress, and Songwriter
TV Series: Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2011) Music Video: Eyes Wide Open (2015) Film: Noobz (2012)
Maya Hart in the Disney Channel Comedy Series Girl Meets World (2014-2017)
Oak Park High School in Oak Park, California Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School in Pennsylvania
Local University in the United States
Sabrina Carpenter’s parents are Mr. David Carpenter and Mrs. Elizabeth Carpenter. She is the niece of famous American actress, Nancy Cartwright.
Sabrina has three older siblings. Her sister Sarah Carpenter is an underage actress and Shannon Carpenter is a social media celebrity, dancer, and choreographer. She also has a half-sister named Kayla Carpenter, a freelance makeup artist and hairdresser.
Sabrina Carpenter’s marital status is unmarried and it’s unclear who she is currently dating, but in the past, she dated actor and singer, Joshua Bassett, and American actor, Griffin Gluck.
She also dated American actor, Casey Cott, best known for the role of Kevin Keller on the acclaimed CW series Riverdale, Cory Fogelmanis, a popular American actor, social media celebrity, and Instagrammer, and Bradley Perry, an American actor by profession.
Father: Mr. David Carpenter Mother: Mrs. Elizabeth Carpenter
Brother: – Sisters: Sarah Carpenter and Shannon Carpenter Half-sister: Cayla Carpenter
Sabrina Carpenter is a hot and charming actress and singer. She is known for her captivating personality. She has a cute smile, a surprisingly attractive appearance with an impressive hot figure measuring 31-23-33 inches.
Sabrina is 5 feet tall and weighs about 46 kg. She has beautiful, long, stunning blonde hair and seductive blue eyes.
5′ 0″ (1.52 m, 152 cm)
46 kg (102 lbs)
Beginning: Carpenter made her acting debut playing the role of a young rape victim on the NBC series “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” in 2011. Around the same time, she sang a rendition of Etta James’ classic “Something’s Got a Hold on Me” on China’s Hunan Broadcasting System for the Gold Mango Audience festival. Carpenter then landed a recurring role on Fox’s sitcom “The Goodwin Games”. She also appeared in the pilot episodes of “Gulliver Quinn” on the Disney Channel and “The Unprofessional” on ABC.
She released her debut EP “Can’t Blame a Girl for Trying” on April 8, 2014, via Hollywood Records, which peaked at #16 in the US.
Breakthrough and TV: Carpenter’s breakout role as Maya Hart on the comedy series “Girl Meets World” came after she provided her voice for the animated series “Sofia the First” and had appearances in episodes of “Orange is the New Black” and American Comedy series “Austin & Ally”. The 90s series, “Boy Meets World”, was a spinoff of the ABC television programme, which ran from 2014 to 2017. Carpenter appeared in the Disney Channel television movie “Adventures in Babysitting” during her time on the show, which was a remake of the 1987 movie of the same name. She provided her voice for the main character of the animated series “Milo Murphy’s Law”, which starred “Weird Al” Yankovic from 2016 to 2019.
The children’s show “Mickey and the Roadster Racers”, the Argentine-Mexican serial “Soy Luna”, and the musical comedy online series “Royalties” are among Carpenter’s television credits.
Film Career: Sabrina Carpenter made her debut on the big screen in the 2012 comedy film “Noobz”. She then had a cameo role in the horror comedy film “Horns” alongside Juno Temple and Daniel Radcliffe. In 2018, she appeared in a supporting role in the film adaptation of Angie Thomas’ young adult novel “The Hate U Give”. Carpenter played the leading role for the first time in the film, “The Brief History of the Long Road”. She portrayed Nola, a teenage girl who has a nomadic lifestyle and lived with her father. The teen romcom “Tall Girl”, the dance musical comedy “Work It”, the biographical drama “Clouds”, and the comic thriller “Emergency” are just a few of Carpenter’s other movies.
Music Career: Carpenter signed a five-record agreement with Hollywood Records in 2014. She then made her breakthrough with the radio debut of “Can’t Blame a Girl for Trying” on Radio Disney that later was used as the album’s lead single. Carpenter’s debut album, “Eyes Wide Open”, was published on April 14, 2015, and was preceded by the single “We’ll Be the Stars”. Carpenter’s second album, “Evolution”, was preceded by the singles “Smoke and Fire” and “On Purpose”, the latter of which served as its lead single.
Carpenter released two singles in 2018: “Alien”, which featured Jonas Blue, and “Almost Love”, which was included on her third album, “Singular: Act I”. “Singular: Act II”, the second part of the album, was released in 2019 and included the singles “Pushing 20”, “Exhale”, and “In My Bed.” Carpenter released a song in 2021, “Skin,” which debuted at #48 on the Billboard Hot 100 and became her first chart entry, peaking at #42 on the Billboard Global 200 and in the top 30 on the US Mainstream top 40.
Moreover, Carpenter has voiced a variety of other endeavours. On the album, “Disney Fairies: Faith, Trust, and Pixie Dust”, she sang the song “Smile” in 2013. Later in 2014, she sang “Stand Out” in the Disney Channel television film “How to Build a Better Boy”, and in 2017, she recorded the theme song for the family series “Andi Mack”. In addition, Carpenter contributed to the singles “Hands” by the Vamps and Mike Perry, “First Love” by the Lost Kings, and “You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch” on the studio album of Lindsey Stirling, “Warmer in the Winter”, in 2017. Subsequently, she recorded “Let Me Move You,” a song for the movie “Work It,” in which she also started.
In September 2021, she released “Skinny Dipping”, and in July 2022, she released “Emails I Can’t Send”, which was debuted at #23 on the US Billboard 200 and #55 on the Canadian Albums Chart, becoming Carpenter’s highest entry on both charts.
In November 2021, she became the brand ambassador for Samsung USA as part of the company’s Team Galaxy Partner Program. Carpenter co-wrote three songs with Clampitt and Skyler Stonestreet and performed them for Samsung’s December 2021 holiday campaign.
In April 2022, she released a series of exclusive video wallpapers in partnership with Samsung for Galaxy smartphones. In August 2022, Carpenter announced a concert tour, Emails I Can’t Send Tour, in support of her album, scheduled to begin in late September.
She has won the following awards:
The Radio Disney Music Award for “Can’t Blame a Girl for Trying”, Best Crush Song (2015)
The Radio Disney Music Award for “Eyes Wide Open”, Best Anthem (2016)
Also nominated for the following awards:
The Radio Disney Music Award for “On Purpose”, Best Crush Song (2017)
The Radio Disney Music Award for “Why”, Best Crush Song (2018)
The iHeartRadio Music Award for Cutest Musician’s Pet Goodwin (2019)