25 Facts About Sydney Sweeney


Sydney Bernice Sweeney was born on September 12,1997 and is an American actress.


Sydney Bernice Sweeney was born on September 12,1997, in Spokane, Washington, to Lisa and Steven Sweeney.


Sydney Sweeney's mother is a lawyer and her father works in the medical field.


Sydney Sweeney was raised in northwestern Idaho in the state's Panhandle region along the Washington border, at a rural lakeside home that her family has inhabited for five generations.


Sydney Sweeney was active in numerous athletics: "I was in every single sport possible", she said.


Sydney Sweeney became interested in acting after auditioning to be an extra in an independent film that was shooting in the Spokane area.


Sydney Sweeney began to audition and book commercial acting jobs in Seattle and Portland, Oregon, where the family temporarily resided, until choosing to relocate to Los Angeles, California, when she was 14 years old.


Sydney Sweeney began her career as guest star in TV shows such as 90210, Criminal Minds, Grey's Anatomy and Pretty Little Liars.


Sydney Sweeney then appeared in the HBO miniseries Sharp Objects, recurring as Alice, a roommate whom Amy Adams's character meets at a psychiatric facility.


Sydney Sweeney's character was originally supposed to have a smaller role, but the director kept bringing her in for more scenes.


Sydney Sweeney had a role in the thriller film Under the Silver Lake in 2018.


Sydney Sweeney had a recurring role during the second season of the dystopian drama series The Handmaid's Tale as Eden Spencer, a pious and obedient girl from the totalitarian Republic of Gilead.


Sydney Sweeney starred as the heroine in the horror film Along Came the Devil.


The next year, Sydney Sweeney appeared in the drama film Clementine, the coming-of-age film Big Time Adolescence, and Quentin Tarantino's dramedy Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.


In June 2019, Sydney Sweeney began portraying teenager Cassie Howard, a teenager with a promiscuous reputation, in the HBO drama series Euphoria, to widespread acclaim, receiving a nomination for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series in 2022.


Sydney Sweeney is the founder of production company Fifty-Fifty Films, launched in 2020.


Sydney Sweeney starred in the TV film Nocturne in 2020.


Sydney Sweeney launched her production company, Fifty-Fifty Films, that same year.


In 2021, Sydney Sweeney appeared in the first season of Mike White's anthology black comedy series The White Lotus, as a sardonic college sophomore, receiving critical acclaim for the role.


Sydney Sweeney's accomplishments earned her a place on the Time 100 Next list for 2022.


In 2023, Sweeney starred in Tina Satter's thriller drama Reality, which premiered at the 73rd Berlin Film Festival, where she received critical praise for her performance; Steph Green of IndieWire stated: "Not only is Reality inventively mounted and extraordinarily tense, but across 85 taut minutes, it proves something we already knew deep down: that Sydney Sweeney is the real deal".


Jessica Kiang of Variety wrote "One major, electrifying connection between the facts of the case and their dramatization is provided by a revelatory Sydney Sweeney, playing Winner so convincingly that it's hard to remember her as the sardonic, pampered teen in The White Lotus, or the nice-girl-turned-nasty in Euphoria".


Sydney Sweeney next had a role in the crime thriller Americana, which premiered at the South by Southwest Festival in 2023.


Sydney Sweeney is set to star in the superhero film Madame Web, set in the Sony's Spider-Man Universe franchise.


Sydney Sweeney has been engaged to her longtime boyfriend, Chicago-based restaurateur Jonathan Davino, since February 2022.