Sidney Sweeney is a rising film star who rose to fame after playing the role of religious zealot Eden in the HBO dystopian television series The Handmaid's Tale. She is also remembered by fans of the psychological thriller Sharp Objects for her role as the enigmatic Alice, whose story is unsettling for hometown journalist Camilla. But the actress' big break came after the premiere of the HBO show Euphoria.
Sidney Sweeney bra size
|Height||5 feet 3 inches or 161 cm (1.61 m)|
|Weight||55 kg or 121 pounds|
|Breast Size||36 inches|
|Body Measurements||36-25-36 inches or 91-63.5-91 cm|
|Chest Size||36 inches or 91 cm|
|Waist Size||25 inches or 63.5 cm|
|Hips Size||36 inches or 91 cm|
|Shoe Size||7 (US) or 37.5 (EU) or 5 (UK)|
|Dress Size||6 (US) or 38 (EU) or 10 (UK)|
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What is Sydney Sweeney net worth?
Sydney Sweeney is expected to have a net worth of $5 million as of the year 2022 thanks to her extensive acting career. Sydney Sweeney is represented by Imprint PR, which manages her public image, and Paradigm Talent Agency.
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Sydney Sweeney bio
THE BEGINNING OF A FILM CAREER
Sidney Sweeney was born on 12 September 1997. Home of the actress – the second-largest city in Washington state, Spokane, where she was born and spent her early childhood, fascinated, like most American children, baseball and volleyball.
Sydney's parents were not involved in the art world: her mother worked as a lawyer and her father held an administrative position in a medical facility. The couple Sweeney was surprised when their twelve-year-old daughter asked to take her to the casting of the comedy horror film "Zombie Massacre", filming was held in Spokane. The role in the TV movie Sydney got, the producers chose her out of several hundred girls who came to the audition. On the set of the film, the young actress met Doug Fahl and Janette Arman as well as Cooper Hopkins. The words of adult actors who advised Sydney to go to Los Angeles and start a professional career changed the life of a teenage girl who had never thought of a film career before.
To convince her parents to move to Hollywood, Sydney compromised and prepared a "business plan" presentation of her career for the next five years. "If I can't start my career in three months, we'll all go back home," the girl promised. Her daughter's grounded approach and sober outlook struck a chord with her parents, who had no choice but to agree. Although it took not five but about ten years to realise what they had planned, mum and dad were glad they had listened to their daughter at the time.
However, not all loved ones took the news of Sydney's departure for Hollywood so happily. Familiar parents were puzzled how they could let a teenager go to "that damn city of debauchery". And their children began bullying the girl by sending her abusive voicemails on her phone.
Soon after moving to Los Angeles, Sydney landed a job on the detective-crime TV project Pursuit. She appeared in several episodes of the series and had the chance to learn the acting skills of Cole Howser, Kelly Giddish, Stephen Walters, Eddie Cibrian and Jesse Metcalfe. Sydney got a unique chance to meet Amber Heard, Danielle Panabaker and Jared Harris while working on the mystery thriller The Chamber.
In 2013, Sweeney had a small role in the sci-fi thriller Spiders 3D, in which she collaborated with Patrick Muldoon and William Hope, and the following year the young blonde actress added to her filmography with a role in the touching drama Jesus in Cowboy Boots, where she partnered with Alicia Silverstone.
2016 gave Sweeney, whose name has already been called among the most promising aspiring actors, roles in the thriller Cassidy and the action film Horde, and in 2017 she played her first significant role in the dramatic comedy Vikings. The role of young Ida, who is in love with Aidan Alexander's character, was remembered by audiences for Sydney's masterful acting and her charm.
In 2017, the dystopian TV project The Handmaid's Tale was released and although Sydney was not part of the main cast, the role of Gilead-born Eden Spencer brought her international fame and an Actors Guild Award.
The innocent and religiously devout nun was the opening act of the movie season, as the sense of danger emanating from the girl created a tension that kept the audience's attention.
The HBO psychological mini-series Sharp Objects continued Sidney's streak of cinematic victories. In the adaptation of Gillian Flynn's work, the actress played a psychiatric patient, hospital bedmate of the heroine Amy Adams.
Trained for the role, Sydney kept an interactive diary on behalf of her character, reconstructed her room and the house where Alice spent her childhood, and personally interacted with young patients in mental hospitals.
It's important to me that everything is as realistic as possible.
Over 2018, the blonde film star has solidified her position on the Hollywood firmament with two challenging lead roles. In the horror film Spell Your Name, the actress starred with Matt Dallas and Jessica Bart. In the role of the unstable Ashley, who suffered severe trauma as a child, she looked harmonious and managed to evoke in the audience sympathy for her character.
With Riley Keogh, Topher Grace, Andrew Garfield and Jimmy Simpson, Sydney starred in the mesmerising psychodrama Under Silver Lake, which delighted audiences with its references to David Lynch's film creations, complex, highly aesthetic visuals and unpredictable finale.
The spring 2019 Tribeca Film Festival premiered Clementine, a psychodrama that illustrates the doomed relationship between two girls to a tragic ending. The tandem of Sidney Sweeney and Otmara Marrero earned the highest marks from film critics, who separately noted Sidney's skill at conveying the magnetic appeal of her character.
In a new multi-series project "Euphoria", which tells about the difficulties that await teenagers on the path to find themselves and their place in adult life, Sydney got the role of older sister heroine Maud Apatow. The first series of TV project, which is an American adaptation of the Israeli film of the same name, won the love of the audience sharp themes, great soundtrack and brilliant cast. In "Euphoria", idol singer and actress Zendaya played the role of young Ru, who returns to her hometown after a drug rehabilitation course.
In Quentin Tarantino's comedy-drama film "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood," named among the most anticipated projects of the film season, the actress collaborated with Brad Pitt, Kurt Russell. Although she had a small role (one of 'Charlie Manson's girls', nicknamed Snake) , film critics claimed that summer 2019 was under the sign of Sidney Sweeney, hinting at the young actress' starring in two high-profile projects in a row.
SIDNEY SWEENEY'S PERSONAL LIFE
In 2018, Sydney Sweeney began dating Jonathan Davino. According to the actress, there is no way she would date a man from the entertainment industry and Davino is no exception, he is a businessman and restaurateur. He owns the Chicago-based pizza chain Pompei. Jonathan is 13 years older than Sydney.
Sydney is perfecting her acting skills and studying economics at UCLA. She considers Angelina Jolie a role model, genuinely admires her roles and her social and political activities. Sydney has an unusual hobby – she loves retro cars, and not only drive them, but also work with them in the garage. She herself drives a 1969 Ford Bonco.
In early 2022, Sweeney purchased a $3 million mansion in Los Angeles. It is a vintage building built in the early 30s which she bought at auction.
SYDNEY SWEENEY NOW
In 2021, Sidney starred in two high-profile projects: she starred alongside Justice Smith in the thriller The Voyeurs and began work on the satirical series White Lotus, which she called a "whole new level" from anything she had starred in before. According to Sweeney, if after Euphoria audiences perceived her ambiguously, a wave of popular love swept over her after her role as Olivia from Lotus.
The second season of Euphoria, in which Sidney's character got even more screen time, was released early in 2022. The actress does not shy away from explicit scenes – because it is as much acting as anything else and because the process of filming itself is totally non-sexual:
I don't associate myself with them, it's just a job. When I get tagged on social media with Cassie or Pippa from The Voyeurs nude, I feel like I'm looking at their nude body, not Sydney's nude body. When we shoot one of those scenes, it's so technical and so unromantic! You've got people looking at you, pads in between you, nipple pads and weird thongs with stickers on your bum…
In May 2022, swimwear brand LA Collective sued Sydney for $3 million. The reason was that the actress had been shot in the swimwear, which the company had agreed to send her for free for publicity. But Sweeney cancelled the contract for whatever reason, but kept the swimming costumes and appeared in them in several scenes of Euphoria.