Despite her young age, Sabrina Carpenter has already done a lot. She starred in dozens of films, sang several hits, and became a frequent participant in popular American television shows.
She admits that from a very early age she knew that her future would be connected with the world of cinema and entertainment. Despite the fact that she is only 23 years old, this artist already knows what it is to touch her hands to fame and success.
Sabrina Ann Lynn Carpenter was born on May 11, 1999 in Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania. Sabrina’s parents decided that they wanted to give their daughter an education that was different from the traditional one. That is why they decided to train her on their own from home. Although at a very young age, the artist began to develop her passion for music, and when she was only 10 years old, she began posting videos on YouTube dedicating herself to singing.
In 2009, she took part in a popular singing competition in the United States. Even though she didn’t win, he got a well-deserved third place, which helped her to showcase her talent and make useful contacts in the entertainment world.
Before achieving worldwide fame, Sabrina Carpenter took her first steps on the small screen. This little character opened many doors for Sabrina, who returned to work on one of the most popular television series in the US just two years later.
But it wasn’t until she came onto the scene at Disney that Sabrina Carpenter achieved the international recognition she enjoys today. It was here that Sabrina landed the biggest role of her entire career. Disney Channel approached her to play Maya Hartuna, one of the main characters in Girl Meets World.
After all these years of dedication, the actress and singer managed to achieve the professional authority that she so deserved. While her acting work has so far focused on film and television, in 2021 she premiered on Broadway as Candy Henor in the musical Mean Girls. During the long months of the pandemic, several audiovisual projects were released in which Sabrina Carpenter collaborated.