Sabrina Carpenter

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Sabrina Carpenter
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Carpenter in 2019
Sabrina Annlynn Carpenter

(1999-05-11) May 11, 1999 (age 22)
  • Singer
  • actress
Years active2011–present
RelativesNancy Cartwright (aunt)
Musical career
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Sabrina Annlynn Carpenter[4] (born May 11, 1999[5]) is an American singer and actress.[6] Carpenter made her acting debut with an appearance in the crime series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and first received recognition for her recurring role as the young version of Chloe Goodwin in the television series The Goodwin Games. She then had her breakthrough starring as Maya Hart in the Disney Channel series Girl Meets World from 2014 to 2017.[7] Carpenter has starred in the feature films Horns (2013) and The Hate U Give (2018) and starred as Jenny in the Disney Channel Original Movie Adventures in Babysitting (2016). As a voice actress, she had a recurring role as Princess Vivian in the Disney Channel animated series Sofia the First from 2013 to 2018, and she voiced Melissa Chase on the Disney XD animated series Milo Murphy's Law from 2016 to 2019.

In 2014, Carpenter was signed to Hollywood Records,[8] and her debut EP, Can't Blame a Girl for Trying, and debut single of the same name were released in the same year. She released her debut album, Eyes Wide Open, in 2015 and has since released another three studio albums: Evolution (2016), Singular: Act I (2018), and Singular: Act II (2019). After departing from Hollywood Records, Carpenter was signed by Island Records, and she released her first song with the label, "Skin", on January 22, 2021.[9]

Early life

Carpenter was born on May 11, 1999,[5] in Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania,[5] to David and Elizabeth Carpenter, and was raised alongside her three older sisters; Sarah,[10] Shannon,[10][11] and half-sister Cayla.[citation needed] She is a niece of actress Nancy Cartwright.[12] Carpenter was homeschooled[13] and began posting videos on YouTube of her singing at the age of 10. Her father built a purple recording studio for her to fuel her passion for music.[13] She placed third in a singing contest run by Miley Cyrus titled The Next Miley Cyrus Project.[14]


2011–2012: Career beginnings

Carpenter booked her first acting role in 2011, a guest role on the NBC drama series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. She played a young rape victim interviewed by Detective Elliot Stabler (Christopher Meloni).[14][15] Around the same time, she performed live on the Chinese television station Hunan Broadcasting System for the Gold Mango Audience festival. She performed Etta James' "Something's Got a Hold on Me", in the style of Christina Aguilera from the movie Burlesque.[14][16]

Less than two years later, Carpenter booked a series recurring role on Fox's The Goodwin Games as Young Chloe, a series regular role on Disney Channel pilot Gulliver Quinn, and the ABC pilot The Unprofessional.[17]

2013–2017: Breakthrough and singing debut

She portrayed young Merrin in the 2013 film Horns. Carpenter performed "Smile" for the album Disney Fairies: Faith, Trust, and Pixie Dust";[18] the song charted on Radio Disney.[19] Her song "All You Need" is featured on the Sofia the First soundtrack.[20] In January 2013, Carpenter was cast as Maya Hart in the Disney Channel series Girl Meets World, opposite Rowan Blanchard.[7] The series is a sequel to the 1993–2000 ABC series Boy Meets World.[7] Carpenter also signed a five-record deal as a musical artist with Hollywood Records.[21]

Carpenter signing autographs for fans in August 2014

On March 14, 2014, Carpenter's debut single, "Can't Blame a Girl for Trying", premiered on Radio Disney and was released on iTunes later in the day.[22] The song is the title track on her debut EP which was released on April 8 and was generally well received. Carpenter is featured on the Girl Meets World theme song, "Take On The World", which also features her co-star Blanchard. Carpenter performed the song "Stand Out" in the Disney Channel Original Movie How to Build a Better Boy, which premiered August 15, 2014, on Disney Channel.[23] On July 20, 2014, Carpenter contributed lead vocals to Disney Channel Circle of Stars' cover version of "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?"[24]

In January 2015, it was announced that Carpenter, along with Sofia Carson, would star in a Disney Channel Original Movie, then titled Further Adventures in Babysitting, based on the 1987 movie Adventures in Babysitting.[25] On February 22, Carpenter announced the title of her debut album, Eyes Wide Open. It was preceded by the debut single "We'll Be the Stars", which was released on January 13, 2015. The album was originally to be released April 21, 2015, but the release date was moved and the album was released on April 14, 2015. In 2015 she won a Radio Disney Music Award in the category "Best Crush Song" for her song "Can't Blame a Girl For Trying".[26] In December 2015 Carpenter played Wendy in the Pasadena Playhouse's production of Peter Pan and Tinker Bell: A Pirate's Christmas.[27]

"Smoke and Fire", initially planned as the lead for her second album, Evolution, was released in February 2016, but it was later dropped from the album, and "On Purpose" became the lead single for that album, which was released on October 14.[28]

In 2017, Carpenter recorded the theme song for the series Andi Mack, titled "Tomorrow Starts Today".[29] On April 17, 2017, she performed her single "Thumbs" on The Late Late Show with James Corden.[30] She collaborated with The Vamps and Mike Perry for the single "Hands", which was released on May 19, 2017.[31] In 2017, she toured Europe with The Vamps,[32] and she did a summer tour with New Hope Club. On October 13, 2017, Lost Kings released a single called "First Love" featuring Sabrina Carpenter.[33] Her single "Why", produced by Jonas Jeberg, was released on July 7, 2017.[34] In 2017, Carpenter sang "You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch" on Lindsey Stirling's holiday album Warmer in the Winter.[35] In December 2017, Carpenter released a cover of "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas".[36]

2018–present: Broadway debut and current work

On March 16, 2018, Carpenter released the single "Alien", featuring Jonas Blue. They performed the song together on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on March 21, 2018.[37] In 2017, Carpenter was cast in the film The Hate U Give, based on the novel by Angie Thomas.[38] The film was released in October 2018. In 2018, she was cast as a series regular in the NBC comedy pilot So Close[39] and in the drama film The Short History of the Long Road.[40] In May 2018, Carpenter was included in Nylon Magazine's "25 Gen Z'ers Changing The World".[41] In May 2018, Carpenter began teasing the lead single from her upcoming third album. She released the single, titled "Almost Love", on June 6, 2018.[42] A few days before the release of the single, Carpenter released a trailer for her third album, announcing that the album was titled Singular and had a planned release date of late 2018.[43] When performing "Almost Love" on The Late Late Show with James Corden in October 2018, Carpenter ended the performance by spray painting "11/9" on the wall, indicating the release date to be November 9, 2018.[44] On October 22, 2018, she formally announced the album's release date and that it would be released in two "acts", with Act I on November 9, and Act II "coming soon".[45] She performed the album's second single, "Sue Me", on Live with Kelly and Ryan and The Today Show on November 9, 2018, the same day of Act I's release.[46]

On March 2, 2019, Carpenter embarked on the Singular Tour starting in Orlando, Florida, where she performed two new songs from Singular: Act II, "Pushing 20" and "Exhale". On March 8, 2019, "Pushing 20" was released as the album's lead single.[47] She is featured on Alan Walker's single "On My Way", released March 21, 2019.[48] "Exhale" was released on May 3, 2019.[49] On June 4, 2019, Carpenter revealed that Singular: Act II would be released on July 19, 2019.[50] She released the single "In My Bed" on June 7, 2019.[51] On July 5, 2019, Carpenter performed on Good Morning America's Summer Concert Series where she debuted the performances of "On My Way" and "In My Bed". She also performed "Sue Me", "Why", and the promotional single "Paris" from Act I. In January 2019, Carpenter was cast as Harper in the Netflix film Tall Girl.[52] In July 2019, Carpenter joined the film adaptation of Marina Gessner's The Distance From Me to You.[53] She is set to star and produce the film alongside Girl Meets World co-star Danielle Fishel.[54] She was cast in the teen drama film Clouds in September 2019.[55] In June 2019, Marie Claire reported that Carpenter had begun work on a fifth studio album.[13] On February 14, 2020, Carpenter released the single "Honeymoon Fades" for Valentine's Day.[56]

Carpenter made her Broadway debut as Cady Heron in Mean Girls on March 10, 2020, and was set to have a limited run that ended on June 7.[57] However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all Broadway theatres closed on March 12 and will not reopen until September 2021, thus cutting her limited run short.[58] On January 7, 2021, it was announced that Mean Girls would not reopen.[59] In April 2020, Carpenter appeared in a charity version of "If the World Was Ending" by JP Saxe and Julia Michaels, which supported Doctors Without Borders in the COVID-19 pandemic.[60] On July 24, 2020, Carpenter released the single "Let Me Move You" from the Netflix film Work It, which she also starred in and executive produced.[61][62] In September 2020, she was featured on a remix of "Wow" with Swedish singer Zara Larsson.[63]

In January 2021, Carpenter released the single "Skin", which debuted at No. 48 and became Carpenter's first Billboard Hot 100 entry. The song acts as Carpenter's first release with Island Records, following her departure from Hollywood Records.[64]


Sabrina Carpenter has been described as a "teen pop" singer[65] who has explored other genres on different albums including pop, folk pop, acoustic, and country on Eyes Wide Open.[66] Evolution included genres such as electropop and house music.[67] Singular: Act I and Singular: Act II dived into "more mature" genres and lyrical content including dance-pop, trap, hip-hop, and R&B.[68][69][70][71]

In an interview with Disney Insider, Carpenter cited Christina Aguilera, Adele, and Rihanna as musical influences.[72] She also cited Whitney Houston and Etta James as early musical influences in an interview with Refinery29.[73] She has taken inspiration from the songwriting of Taylor Swift and Lorde.[74]




Festivals (various artists)

Opening act


Year Title Role Notes
2012 Noobz Brittney
2013 Horns Young Merrin
2018 The Hate U Give Hailey
2019 The Short History of the Long Road Nola
2019 Tall Girl Harper Kreyman Streaming film
2020 Work It Quinn Ackerman Also executive producer[61]
2020 Clouds Samantha "Sammy" Brown Streaming film[83]
TBA Tall Girl 2 Harper Kreyman Post-production[84]
TBA Emergency Maddy Filming[85]
Television and video games
Year Title Role Note
2011 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Paula Episode: "Possessed"
2011 Just Dance Kids 2 Coach Video game; song: "I'm a Gummy Bear (The Gummy Bear Song)"
2012 Phineas and Ferb Girl Voice role; episodes: "What a Croc!", "Ferb TV"
2012 Gulliver Quinn Iris Television film
2012 The Unprofessional Harper Television film
2013–2018 Sofia the First Princess Vivian Recurring voice role; 13 episodes
2013 The Goodwin Games Young Chloe Goodwin Recurring role; 5 episodes
2013 Orange Is the New Black Jessica Wedge Episode: "Fucksgiving"
2013 Austin & Ally Lucy Episode: "Moon Week & Mentors"
2014–2017 Girl Meets World Maya Hart Main role
2015 Radio Disney Family Holiday Herself/Host Special
2016 Wander Over Yonder Melodie Voice role; episode: "The Legend"
2016 Walk the Prank Herself Episode: "Adventures in Babysitting"
2016 Adventures in Babysitting Jenny Parker Disney Channel Original Movie
2016–2019 Milo Murphy's Law Melissa Chase Main voice role
2017 Soy Luna Herself Episodes 138 and 139
2018 So Close Jessica Unaired pilot
2018 Mickey and the Roadster Racers Nina Glitter Voice role; episode: "Super-Charged: Pop Star Helpers"
2020 Punk'd Herself Episode: "Rat Trap with Sabrina Carpenter"[86]
2020 The Disney Family Singalong: Volume II Herself Television special
2020 Royalties Bailey Rouge 2 episodes[87]


Year Production Role Location Category
2015 Peter Pan and Tinker Bell: A Pirate's Christmas Wendy Darling Pasadena Playhouse Regional
2020 Mean Girls Cady Heron August Wilson Theatre Broadway

Awards and nominations

Year Association Category Work Result Ref.
2015 Radio Disney Music Awards Best Crush Song "Can't Blame a Girl for Trying" Won [88]
2016 Radio Disney Music Awards Best Anthem "Eyes Wide Open" Won [89]
2017 Radio Disney Music Awards Best Crush Song "On Purpose" Nominated [90]
2018 Radio Disney Music Awards Best Crush Song "Why" Nominated [91]
2019 iHeart Radio Music Awards Cutest Musician's Pet Goodwin Nominated [92]


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