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Sydney Sweeney Biography 2024: Age, Net Worth, Family, Relationship, Height, Husband, Career, Awards and Nomination

Sydney Sweeney Biography 2024: Age, Net Worth, Family, Relationship, Height, Husband, Career, Awards and Nomination
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Sydney Sweeney, born on September 12, 1997, is a talented American actress.

She has gained recognition for her performances in the ongoing HBO drama series Euphoria (2019–present) and the initial season of the anthology series The White Lotus (2021).

Sweeney’s outstanding work has led to her being nominated for two Primetime Emmy Awards.

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Sweeney initially garnered recognition in 2018 for her roles in the TV shows Everything Sucks! and The Handmaid’s Tale, as well as the limited series Sharp Objects.

Born
Sydney Bernice Sweeney

September 12, 1997 (age 26)

Occupation Actress
Years active 2009–present
Partner(s) Jonathan Davino (2018–present; engaged)

The subsequent year saw her appearing in Quentin Tarantino’s film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

Moving forward to 2023, she took on the role of Reality Winner in the drama film Reality and also showcased her talent in the romantic comedy Anyone but You.

As for 2024, she graced the screen in the superhero film Madame Web, while also taking on the responsibilities of producer and lead actress in the horror film Immaculate.

Early Life

Sydney Sweeney was born on September 12, 1997, in Spokane, Washington. Her parents are Lisa and Steven Sweeney, with her mother being a former criminal defense lawyer and her father working in the hospitality industry.

She has one brother. Sydney grew up in north Idaho, specifically in the Panhandle region near the Washington border.

Her family has lived in a rural lakeside home in this area for five generations. She has described her family as religious.

During her school years, Sydney attended Saint George’s School in Spokane.

She was highly active in various sports, participating in soccer, baseball, snow slalom skiing, and wakeboarding.

Unfortunately, she had a wakeboarding accident as a child that resulted in a permanent scar near her eye.

Sydney’s interest in acting began when she auditioned to be an extra in an independent film being shot in Spokane.

To convince her parents to support her acting aspirations, she presented them with a five-year business plan.

She started auditioning and booking commercial acting jobs in Seattle and Portland before eventually relocating to Los Angeles at the age of 14.

In middle school, Sydney was involved in the robotics team and the mathematics club Math is Cool.

She also studied multiple languages and graduated as the valedictorian with top grades. In 2016, she began training to be a tour guide at the Studio Tour at Universal Studios Hollywood but left shortly after when she got an acting job.

She briefly attended the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).

Career

Sweeney’s career took off with guest appearances in popular TV shows like 90210, Criminal Minds, Grey’s Anatomy, and Pretty Little Liars.

She then landed the role of Emaline Addario in the 2018 Netflix series Everything Sucks!, set in 1996 Oregon high schools.

Following this, she portrayed Alice in the HBO miniseries Sharp Objects, a character who was initially meant to have a smaller part but ended up with more scenes due to the director’s decision.

To prepare for the role, Sweeney delved into the stories of girls with mental health issues and self-harming tendencies, even visiting hospitals with patients who self-harmed.

Juggling both Everything Sucks! and Sharp Objects, she filmed the former during the week and the latter on weekends.

In 2018, Sweeney appeared in the film Under the Silver Lake and had a recurring role in the second season of The Handmaid’s Tale as Eden Spencer, a devout girl from the oppressive Republic of Gilead.

She also starred in the horror movie Along Came the Devil. The following year, Sweeney featured in the drama Clementine, the coming-of-age film Big Time Adolescence, and Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

Sweeney’s career took off in June 2019 when she took on the role of Cassie Howard, a teenager known for her promiscuous behavior, in the popular HBO drama series Euphoria.

The show quickly gained a large following and became the second most-watched series on HBO.

Sweeney’s performance in the role received high praise and even earned her a nomination for the prestigious Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series in 2022.

Critics noted her versatility as an actress, citing her impressive performances in other shows like The Handmaid’s Tale, Everything Sucks, and Sharp Objects.

Her portrayal of Cassie also sparked discussions about nudity in film and the male gaze, as she had several nude scenes in the series.

Despite the attention, Sweeney has made it clear that she has no intention of stopping doing nude scenes.

In addition to her acting career, Sweeney also founded her own production company called Fifty-Fifty Films in 2020.

She further showcased her talent in the TV film Nocturne in 2020.

The following year, she appeared in the first season of Mike White’s anthology black comedy series, The White Lotus, where she played a sarcastic college sophomore.

Her performance in the series received critical acclaim, leading to her nomination for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie in 2022.

Sweeney’s achievements have not gone unnoticed, as she was included in the prestigious Time 100 Next list for 2022.

In January 2023, Sweeney took on the role of brand ambassador for Armani Beauty and Laneige, two prominent companies.

She then showcased her talent as U.S. Air Force veteran Reality Winner in Tina Satter’s thrilling drama Reality, which made its debut at the 73rd Berlin Film Festival.

Steph Green from IndieWire praised the film for its inventive presentation and intense atmosphere, while also recognizing Sweeney as a genuine talent.

Jessica Kiang from Variety commended Sweeney’s convincing portrayal of Winner, making it difficult to remember her previous roles as the sarcastic, privileged teenager in The White Lotus or the sweet girl turned malicious in Euphoria.

Following this, Sweeney appeared in the crime thriller Americana, which premiered at the South by Southwest Festival in March 2023.

Additionally, she starred in the music video for the Rolling Stones’ single “Angry,” featured on their 2023 album Hackney Diamonds. The video made its debut in September 2023.

In response to criticism regarding the video’s objectification of her, Sweeney defended it as a form of empowerment through embracing her own body.

At the age of 25, Sweeney was recognized as one of Forbes’ 2023 30 Under 30 in the celebrity category.

Sweeney’s next project was the romantic comedy Anyone but You, where she co-starred alongside Glen Powell. The film premiered in December 2023 and unexpectedly became a commercial success.

Notably, Sweeney served as an executive producer for the film and played a crucial role in the selection of co-star Glen Powell and director Will Gluck, as well as contributing to the script.

Sweeney played a supporting role in the superhero movie Madame Web, which is part of Sony’s Spider-Man Universe franchise.

The film was released in February 2024 and unfortunately received negative reviews, resulting in a disappointing performance at the box office.

Reflecting on the film’s failure, Sweeney mentioned that she was simply hired as an actress and had no control over the outcome.

In March, she had the opportunity to host an episode of Saturday Night Live. Following that, she took on the role of producer and lead actress in the psychological horror film Immaculate.

Interestingly, Sweeney had initially auditioned for this project back in 2014. Years later, she acquired the rights to the screenplay and enlisted her frequent collaborator, Michael Mohan, as the director.

Sweeney has expressed that producing allows her to create opportunities for herself. In the future, she will be starring alongside Julianne Moore in Echo Valley and co-starring in Eden, directed by Ron Howard.

Personal Life

Sweeney is currently in a relationship with businessman Jonathan Davino, starting in 2023.

They both choose to maintain a level of privacy regarding their relationship.

In addition to their personal life, they frequently collaborate on film projects, such as Anyone But You, where Davino plays a key role as Sweeney’s producing partner.

Furthermore, Sweeney has a passion for vintage cars and possesses a collection that includes a 1967 Ford Mustang and a 1969 Ford Bronco.

Filmography

Film

Film work by Sydney Sweeney
Year Title Role Notes
2009 ZMD: Zombies of Mass Destruction Lisa
2010 The Opium Eater Sarah Detzer
Takeo Samantha Wright Short
Night Blind Lost Girl Short
The Ward Young Alice
2013 Spiders 3D Emily Cole
2014 Angels in Stardust Annie
2015 Held Lily Woods Short
Love Made Visible Leah Short
The Martial Arts Kid Julia
The Unborn Little Janey Hutchins Short
Stolen From Suburbia Emma
2016 Cassidy Way Kelsey Connors
The Horde Hailey Summers
2017 Vikes Ida
Dead Ant Sam
It Happened Again Last Night Young Paige Short
2018 Relentless Ally
The Wrong Daughter Samantha
Under the Silver Lake Shooting Star
Along Came the Devil Ashley
2019 Big Time Adolescence Holly
Clementine Lana
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Dianne “Snake” Lake
2020 Nocturne Juliet Lowe
2021 The Voyeurs Pippa
Night Teeth Eva
2023 Reality Reality Winner
Americana Penny Jo Poplin
Anyone but You Bea Also executive producer
2024 Madame Web Julia Cornwall / Spider-Woman
Immaculate Cecilia Also producer
TBA Echo Valley  Claire Post-production
Eden  TBA Filming
Key
Denotes films that have not yet been released

Television

Television work by Sydney Sweeney
Year Title Role Notes
2009 Heroes Little Girl Episode: “Chapter Four ‘Hysterical Blindness'”
Criminal Minds Dani Forester Episode: “Outfoxed”
2010 Chase Kayla Edwards Episode: “Pilot”
90210 Girl Episode: “How Much Is That Liam in the Window”
2011 Kickin’ It Kelsey Vargas Episode: “Swords and Magic”
The Bling Ring Izzy Fishman TV movie
2014 Grey’s Anatomy Erin Weaver Episode: “Don’t Let’s Start”
2017 Monster School Animation Madeline Rayon (voice) Episode: “Welcome to Monster School “
The Middle Female Student #1 Episode: “The Final Final”
Pretty Little Liars Willa Episode: “Till Death Do Us Part”
2018 Everything Sucks! Emaline Addario Main; 10 episodes
The Handmaid’s Tale Eden Spencer Recurring; 7 episodes
Sharp Objects Alice Miniseries; Recurring; 7 episodes
Manic Missy ‘Paper Girl’ TV Short
The Wrong Daughter Samantha TV movie
2019–present Euphoria Cassie Howard Main cast
2021 The White Lotus Olivia Mossbacher Main cast (season 1)
2021–2022 Robot Chicken Barbie, Additional Characters (voices) 4 episodes
2024 Saturday Night Live Herself (host) Episode: “Sydney Sweeney/Kacey Musgraves”

Podcasts

Podcasts with Sydney Sweeney
Year Title Role Notes
2021 Strawberry Spring Anne Bray 8 episodes

Web

Web work by Sydney Sweeney
Year Title Role Notes
2017 In the Vault Haley Caren 7 episodes
2020 Day by Day Winnie Chapman (voice) Episode: “Winnie, Betty and… “
2021 Downfalls High Scarlett

Music video

Music videos featuring Sydney Sweeney
Year Title Artist
2019 “Graveyard” Halsey
2023 “Angry” The Rolling Stones

Awards and Nomination

Accolades for Sydney Sweeney
Year Award Category Work Result
2011 Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a Short Film – Young Actress Takeo Nominated
Best Performance in a TV Series – Guest Starring Young Actress 11–15 Chase Nominated
2018 Gold Derby Awards Ensemble of the Year The Handmaid’s Tale Won
2019 Young Artist Awards Best Ensemble Performance in a Streaming Series or Film Everything Sucks! Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series The Handmaid’s Tale Nominated
Sidewalk Film Festival Special Shout Jury Mention for Acting Clementine Won
2022
Dorian Television Awards Best Supporting TV Performance Euphoria Nominated
Gold Derby Television Awards Best Drama Supporting Actress Nominated
MTV Movie & TV Awards Best Performance in a Show Nominated
Best Fight Won
People’s Choice Awards Drama TV Star Nominated
Hollywood Television Critics Association Best Supporting Actress in a Broadcast Network or Cable Series, Drama Nominated
Best Supporting Actress in a Broadcast Network or Cable Limited or Anthology Series The White Lotus Nominated
Online Film and Television Association Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture or Limited Series Nominated
Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Euphoria Nominated
Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie The White Lotus Nominated
2023 Dublin Film Critics’ Circle Awards Best Actress Reality Nominated
Daily Cooler Awards Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited/Anthology Series Nominated
2024 Critics Choice Awards Best Actress in a Limited Series or Movie Made for Television Nominated
People’s Choice Awards Comedy Movie Star Anyone but You Nominated
AACTA Awards Audience Choice Best Actress

Net Worth

Sydney Sweeney net worth is estimated to be ranged from $10 to $25 million according to various sources online.


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