Sydney Sweeney Biography
American actress Sydney Bernice Sweeney is well-known. In 1997, on September 12th, she was born. She originally came to the public’s attention with her roles in the television series Everything Sucks! (2018), The Handmaid’s Tale (2018), and Sharp Objects (2018).
She appeared as an actress in the Quentin Tarantino film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, which was released in 2019.
As Cassie Howard in the HBO teen drama series Euphoria, Sweeney has been a main cast member since 2019. She made a cynical adolescent appearance in The White Lotus in 2021.
Due to her participation in these projects, Sweeney was nominated for two Primetime Emmy Awards in 2022.
Sydney Sweeney Early Life
On September 12, 1997, in Spokane, Washington, Lisa Sweeney (née Mudd) and Scott Sweeney welcomed their son Sweeney into the world.
Her father is a doctor and her mother is an attorney, both of whom are accomplished members of their respective professions. Trent is the name of her brother.
Sweeney was raised in the northwest portion of Idaho, close to the state’s border with Washington, in the Panhandle region.
She was cited as saying, “I was in every single sport offered,” and she competed in a wide range of sports. “I played wakeboarding, baseball, and was on the soccer, basketball, and snow slalom ski teams.”
Sweeney also excelled in other languages he studied and graduated first in his class.
She made the decision to pursue an acting career after auditioning for a supporting role in a locally made independent film that was being filmed around the Spokane area.
She presented her parents with a five-year business plan to convince them to allow her to pursue an acting career. Sweeney made the decision to relocate to Los Angeles when she was 14 years old.
While her family was temporarily residing in the cities of Seattle and Portland, Oregon, at the time, she started to apply for and book acting roles in commercials in those cities.
Sydney Early Career/Work
Sweeney’s first full-length picture, Along Came the Devil, was a horror movie. In the Vault, Grey’s Anatomy, 90210, Criminal Minds, Grey’s Anatomy, and Pretty Little Liars are just a few of the popular television shows on which Sweeney has made guest appearances.
On the Netflix series Everything Sucks!, which was set in Oregon in 1996 and focused on two different sets of high school students, Sweeney played the part of Emaline Addario.
After that, she played Alice, a roommate Amy Adams’ character meets while staying in a mental institution, in a recurring role in the HBO miniseries Sharp Objects.
Even though she was only supposed to have a minor role to play at first, the director kept adding more scenes with her character.
Sweeney read reports of young women who struggled with mental illness and committed self-inflicted physical harm as she prepared for the role. She also visited facilities that treated patients who engaged in such behavior.
She made several appearances in episodes of the dystopian drama series The Handmaid’s Tale during its second season as Eden Spencer, a devoted and subservient young lady from the oppressive Republic of Gilead.
She portrayed the love interest of the main character in the horror film Along Came the Devil.
Sweeney appeared in three different movies the following year:
Quentin Tarantino’s dramedy Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, the coming-of-age drama Big Time Adolescence, and the drama Clementine.
In the television series Euphoria, Sweeney has portrayed the teenage Cassie Howard since 2019. She was even given serious consideration for a nomination for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series in 2022 due to the high appreciation her performance received.
She played the lead in the television film “Nocturne.” Sweeney will also play the lead role in the HBO Max television adaptation of Jessica Goodman’s book They Wish They Were Us, titled The Players Table.
Sweeney will executive produce the program alongside acting in it with her production company, Fifty-Fifty Films. The film adaptation will also feature the singer Halsey, with whom Sweeney worked on the music video for Halsey’s song “Graveyard.”
Sweeney won numerous awards for his portrayal of the main character in the first season of Mike White’s anthology black comedy series The White Lotus, which premiered in 2021.
She was one of the contenders for the Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie in the year 2022.
She was listed on the Time 100 Next list for 2022 as a result of her roles, and Maude Apatow, who co-starred with her in the film Euphoria, called her “an irresistible force.”
Sweeney’s next project will be playing the lead in the upcoming superhero film Madame Web, which will be set in Sony’s Spider-Man Universe (SSU) media conglomerate.
Sweeney has been in numerous advertisements and provided his endorsement for a number of goods. In May 2020, she began working as a model for Savage X Fenty.
In June 2021, she started working as a model for Parade Lingerie. She was also selected to represent the Anna Nicole Smith Collection for Guess Originals beginning in September 2021.
Sweeney was selected by Jergens in March 2022 to serve as the new face of SOL.
She will be the first celebrity partner for the Laneige beauty care line in the United States, it was announced in April 2022.
Sweeney was chosen to serve as a brand ambassador for Tory Burch’s handbags and shoes in the same month.
She had previously appeared in the company’s “Good Luck” Christmas ad campaign.
Sweeney started her first project with the company as an ambassador in June 2022. She appeared in the “Show Me Your Millers” advertising campaign for the company while sporting the company-produced Miller sandals.
She was chosen to appear in a Miu Miu advertising campaign for their Miu Wander Bag in May 2022.
In June of the same year, she started her modeling career for the Spring/Summer 2022 Collection for Jacquemus.
In the same month as the appointment, Sweeney was chosen to represent Australian retailer Cotton On Body.
At one point in her career, she posed for David Yurman jewelry.