Sydney Sweeney is a Washington-born American actress. Sweeney has been in the Netflix series ‘Everything Sucks!’ as well as the Hulu series ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ and the HBO miniseries ‘Sharp Objects in recurring roles. She started starring in the HBO teen drama series ‘Euphoria’ in 2019.
Early Life and Beginnings of Career
Sydney Sweeney was born in Spokane, Washington, in 1997. Her mother, Lisa, is an attorney, while her father, Scott, is a physician. Her younger brother’s name is Trent. Sweeney became interested in acting for the first time when an independent film arrived in her area to film.
She provided her parents with a five-year business plan to urge them to allow her to audition. The family then relocated to Los Angeles, California, so that Sweeney could pursue an acting career.
Sweeney made her feature film debut as a preteen in 2009’s “ZMD: Zombies of Mass Destruction,” which premiered at numerous U.S. film festivals. In the same year, she appeared as a guest star in the superhero drama “Heroes” and the police procedural “Criminal Minds.”
Sweeney appeared in the pilot episode of the NBC police procedural “Chase” after making her debut in 2009. She also starred in an episode of the fourth installment of the iconic “Beverly Hills, 90210” franchise, “90210.” Sweeney later appeared in episodes of “Kickin’ It” on Disney XD, “Grey’s Anatomy” on ABC, “The Middle” on ABC, and “Pretty Little Liars” on ABC.
Sweeney had her most successful year ever in 2018. Initially, she appeared in the Netflix series “Everything Sucks!,” which followed two sets of Oregon high school kids in the 1990s. Sweeney portrayed Emaline Addario, a junior in the theatre club, as the lead character. Jahi Di’Allo Winston, Peyton Kennedy, Patch Darragh, Quinn Liebling, and Elijah Stevenson rounded out the cast.
Later in 2018, Sweeney starred in the HBO miniseries “Sharp Objects” in the recurring role of Amy Adams’ roommate at a mental institution, Alice. Sweeney conducted research on females with mental illness and visited hospitals with self-harming patients in preparation for her performance.
Sweeney portrayed the religious Eden Spencer in a recurring role in the Hulu series “The Handmaid’s Tale” in the same year. Following this, she began as Cassie Howard in the 2019 season of the HBO teen drama series “Euphoria.” She starred in the critically praised HBO miniseries “The White Lotus” in 2021.
Are Sydney and Jacob Dating?
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but the ‘Euphoria’ co-stars do not date in real life. Their fans simply assume that they are an item. Jacob and Sydney are in relationships, but not with one another.
In the early 2010s, Sweeney participated in films such as John Carpenter’s supernatural horror picture “The Ward” and the science fiction monster film “Spiders 3D.” “Angels in Stardust,” “The Martial Arts Kid,” “Stolen From Suburbia,” “Cassidy Way,” “The Horde,” “Vikes,” and “Dead Ant” were among his subsequent credits.
In 2018, Sweeney starred in the horror-thriller “Along Came the Devil” and appeared in “Relentless” and “The Wrong Daughter.” She also appears briefly in the Andrew Garfield-led neo-noir thriller “Under the Silver Lake.”
Sweeney appeared in three major films the next year: the coming-of-age comedy “Big Time Adolescence,” the romantic drama “Clementine,” and the revisionist historical drama “Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood” with Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt. In his most recent picture, Sweeney portrayed Snake, a member of the Manson family.
Sweeney appeared in the fourth chapter of the “Welcome to the Blumhouse” anthology series, “Nocturne” in 2020. She portrayed Juliet Lowe, a senior-year pianist who grows dangerously envious of her twin sister, portrayed by Madison Iseman. Sweeney then starred in the erotic thriller “The Voyeurs” and appeared in the thriller “Night Teeth” in a supporting capacity.
Sydney Sweeney’s Net Worth
Sydney Sweeney is an American actress with recurring roles in “The Handmaid’s Tale” and “Sharp Objects.” The net worth of Sydney Sweeney is $5 million as of 2022.
In addition, she has appeared in “Everything Sucks!” on Netflix and “Euphoria” on HBO. Sweeney has also appeared in other films, such as “Big Time Adolescence,” “Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood,” and “The Voyeurs.”
Sweeney has also appeared in short films such as “Takeo,” “Night Blind,” “Held,” “Love Made Visible,” “The Unborn,” and “It Happened Again Yesterday.” Beyond film and television, she appeared in Halsey’s “Graveyard” music video in 2019. Sweeney is also an executive producer for her own production firm, Fifty-Fifty Films.
Sweeney attended the University of California, Los Angeles for her higher education, where she studied entrepreneurship. She is additionally a qualified MMA fighter.
Sweeney’s sexual life has been mainly hidden from view. She is reportedly dating Jonathan Davino, a restaurateur, and heir to the pizza brand Pompei.
Sydney paid $3 million for a property in the Los Angeles district of Westwood in January 2022.