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How Sabrina Carpenter Achieved a Net Worth of $4 Million

Sabrina Carpenter

Sabrina Carpenter is a singer and actress who began her career in 2011 when she was just 12 years old. Initially, she focused on her acting career before switching to the music industry. However, she now combines careers in music, television, and film. As she has been successful in various aspects of entertainment, Carpenter is now a wealthy woman, and it is estimated that Sabrina Carpenter’s net worth is $4 million.

Her Early Life

Sabrina Carpenter was born in Pennsylvania on May 11, 1999. She has three older sisters, and her aunt is Nancy Cartwright, who is best known for providing the role of Bart Simpson. As a child, Carpenter became passionate about singing, and her father built her a recording studio. She began posting singing videos on YouTube when she was 10. Carpenter also entered singing competitions and came third in ‘The Next Miley Cyrus Project.’

Carpenter’s Acting Career

Sabrina Carpenter began her career as a child actress, and her first role at the age of 12 was in ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.’ She then sang for the Gold Mango Audience festival on the Chinese television station Human Broadcasting System. Carpenter’s first recurring role was in ‘The Goodwin Games,’ which was a series on Fox in which she played the role of young Chloe. She also had roles in the ABC pilot ‘The Unprofessional’ and the Disney Channel pilot ‘Gulliver Quinn. Carpenter landed her first recurring role in 2013 when she was cast as Princess Vivian in ‘Sofia the First,’ and she played this role until 2018. In 2013, Carpenter made her film debut in the film ‘Horns,’ in which she played young Merrin. In the same year, she also had a role in ‘Orange is the New black’ and ‘Austin & Ally.’ Carpenter then landed the role of Maya Hart in ‘Girl Meets World,’ a Disney Channel series. Her professional relationship with the Disney Channel continued when she sang in the network’s original movie ‘How to Build a Better Boy’ and was then cast in the network’s 2016 original movie ‘Further Adventures in Babysitting.’ Carpenter landed the voice role of Melissa Chase in ‘Milo Murphy’s Law’ in 2016. She provided the voice for this character until 2019. Between 2016 and 2018, her other television appearances included ‘Soy Luna,’ ‘So Close,’ ‘Mickey and the Roadster Racers,’ and ‘Punk’d.’ In 2018, Carpenter played Hailey in the film ’The Hate You Give’. The following year, she had roles in ‘The Short History of the Long Road’ and ‘Tall Girl.’ In the latter, she played the role of Harper Kreyman. She then had roles in the 2020 film ‘Work It’ and Clouds,’ Carpenter’s most recent television appearances were appearing as herself in the television special ‘The Disney Family Singalong: Volume II’ and playing Bailey Rouge in two episodes of ’Royalties’ in 2020. Also, in 2020, Carpenter starred in and co-produced the Netflix film ‘Work It.’ The actress also has some upcoming roles in two films that do not yet have release dates. Carpenter will reprise the role of Harper Kreyman in ‘Tall Girl 2’ and play the role of Maddy in ‘Emergency.’

Her Music Career

Alongside her on-screen career, Sabrina Carpenter has a career in the music industry. She released her debut single and EP, both of which are called ‘Can’t Blame a Girl for Trying’ in 2014. Carpenter then sang for a Disney Channel movie and for the cover of ‘Do You Want to Build a Snowman?’ for the Disney Channel Circle of Stars. Sabrina Carpenter released her debut album ‘Eyes Wide Open’ in 2015, which included her debut single ‘Can’t Blame a Girl for Trying.’ A year later, she released her second album ‘Evolution,’ and its lead single was ‘On Purpose.’ Following the release of this album, Carpenter performed on a supporting tour between 2016 and 2017. Over the next few years, Carpenter performed on television many times, and she recorded the theme song for the series ‘Andi Mack.’ She also collaborated with other artists. In 2017, She worked with The Vamps and Mike Perry on the single ‘Hands,’ which led to Carpenter going on tour with The Vamps. Furthermore, she performed in her second headlining concert tour, ‘De-Tour,’ between July and August 2017. The singer and actress then went on tour with New Hope Club in the same year and featured on the Lost Kings’ single ‘First Love.’ Carpenter also sang a version of ‘You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch’ for Lindsey Sterling’s album ‘Warmer in the Winter.’ Also, in 2017, Carpenter released the single ‘Why,’ followed by the single ‘Alien’ featuring Jonas Blue in 2018. Later in 2018, Sabrina Carpenter released her third album, ‘Singular,’ and it was released in two acts. The following year, she embarked on the ‘Singular’ tour in advance of releasing the album’s second act. Carpenter took her career in a new direction in 2020 when she made her Broadway debut in ’Mean Girls.’ Despite appearing on Broadway and continuing to appear in film and television, Sabrina Carpenter also continued to record music. In 2020, the singer released the single ‘Let Me Love You,’ which featured in the Netflix film ‘Work It,’ followed by the single ‘Honeymoon Fades.’ She then featured on Zara Larsson’s single ‘Wow.’ Most recently, Sabrina Carpenter released the 2021 single ‘Skin,’ which was her first single with Island Records after ending her working relationship with Hollywood Records. It was also her first single to enter the Billboard Hot 100.

Sabrina Carpenter’s Net Worth

Due to Sabrina Carpenter’s phenomenal career success, she is now a wealthy woman. According to Cosmopolitan, Sabrina Carpenter’s net worth is estimated at $4 million. She has made most of her money from her film and television appearances. However, Carpenter has also made money from her career in the music industry.

Allen Lee

Written by Allen Lee

Allen Lee is a Toronto-based freelance writer who studied business in school but has since turned to other pursuits. He spends more time than is perhaps wise with his eyes fixed on a screen either reading history books, keeping up with international news, or playing the latest releases on the Steam platform, which serve as the subject matter for much of his writing output. Currently, Lee is practicing the smidgen of Chinese that he picked up while visiting the Chinese mainland in hopes of someday being able to read certain historical texts in their original language.

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