How much does Sabrina Carpenter have in net worth?
Sabrina Carpenter, an American singer-songwriter and actress, has a net worth $4 million. Sabrina Carpenter was the first to be featured on “Girl Meets World”, where she played Maya Hart. She also appeared in films such as “Horns,” a remake of “Adventures in Babysitting” and “The Hate U Give.” Carpenter’s debut EP, “Can’t Blame A Girl for Trying,” was released in 2014 as a recording artist.
Career Starts and Early Life
Sabrina Carpenter was the daughter of Elizabeth and David Carpenter. She was born in Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania in 1999. She is the half-sister of Cayla, Shannon, Sarah and Shannon. Carpenter was home-schooled as a child. Carpenter began posting YouTube videos of her singing at the age of 10. Carpenter was third in a Miley Cyrus singing contest.
Carpenter’s acting debut was in 2011 with the NBC series Law & Order: Special Victims unit. She played a young rape victim. She also appeared on China’s Hunan Broadcasting System’s Gold Mango Audience festival. There, she sang Etta James’ “Something’s Got A Hold on Me” song. Carpenter was then offered a recurring part on Fox’s sitcom, “The Goodwin Games.” Carpenter also appeared in pilot episodes on ABC’s “The Unprofessional” and Disney Channel’s Gulliver Quinn.
Breakthrough in Television Career
Carpenter was first known for her role as Maya Hart in the comedy series “Girl Meets World.” She also voiced the animated series “Sofia the First” (from 2014 to 2017). From 2014 to 2017, the show aired on Disney Channel as a spinoff to ABC’s 90s series “Boy Meets World.” Carpenter also appeared in “Adventures in Babysitting”, a Disney Channel TV movie that remade the 1987 film. She was Melissa Chase’s main character from 2016 to 2019. The animated series “Milo Murphy’s Law” featured “Weird Al Yankovic” as the title character.
Carpenter has also been featured on television in the Argentine-Mexican telenovela, “Soy Luna,” and the children’s series “Mickey and the Roadster Racers,” as well as the web series of musical comedy “Royalties.”
Carpenter made her debut on the big screen in 2012’s comedy “Noobz.” Following this, she had a small role in “Noobz,” the 2012 comedy. She was a supporting actress in 2018’s “The Hate U Give,” which was based on Angie Thomas’s young adult novel. Carpenter’s first major role in a movie was then played by Carpenter in “The Short History of the Long Road.” Nola is a teenage girl who travels with her father and lives a nomadic lifestyle. Carpenter has also appeared in the teen comedy “Tall Girl”, the dance musical comedy “Work It,” and the biographical drama “Clouds.” She is also known for the comedy thriller “Emergency.”
Carpenter signed a 5-record contract with Hollywood Records in 2014. Carpenter released her debut single “Can’t blame a Girl For Trying”, which was broadcast on Radio Disney. Later in the year, Carpenter made the song the title track to her debut EP. Carpenter’s debut album, “Eyes Wide Open,” was released in 2015. It was preceded by the single “We’ll Be the Stars.” Carpenter’s next album, “Evolution,” featured the singles “Smoke and Fire”, and “On Purpose.” The latter became her lead single. Carpenter released the singles “Alien” featuring Jonas Blue and “Almost Love” in 2018. These singles were later included on her third album “Singular Act I.” The second part of that album, “Singular: Act II,” was released in 2019. It featured singles “Pushing 20,” Exhale,” and” In My Bed.” Carpenter’s first Billboard Hot 100 entry was in 2021 with “Skin,” which debuted number 48.
Carpenter’s vocals have been used on many other projects, as well as her albums and singles. She sang “Smile” from the 2013 album “Disney Fairies Faith, Trust, and Pixie Dust.” In the Disney Channel TV movie “How to build a better boy”, she sang “Stand Out” and recorded the theme song in 2017. Carpenter also collaborated with Mike Perry and the Vamps on “Hands”, was featured on “First Love” by Lost Kings, and she sang “You’re a Mean One Mr. Grinch” for Lindsey Stirling on her holiday album “Warmer In the Winter”. Later, Carpenter recorded “Let Me Move You”, which was also her role in the movie “Work It”.
Carpenter has mentioned Rihanna and Christina Aguilera as some of her musical influences. Taylor Swift, Whitney Houston and Etta James have also inspired Carpenter.
Carpenter, in addition to her many other roles, has a flourishing stage career. She played Wendy in Pasadena Playhouse’s production of “Peter Pan, Tinker Bell: A Pirate’s Christmas” in December 2015. She made her Broadway debut in March 2020 as Cady Heron in “Mean Girls”. However, she was forced to cancel her Broadway run due to the COVID pandemic.