What is Sydney Sweeney’s net worth in 2022?
Sydney Sweeney is one of Hollywood’s latest it-girls thanks to her standout performances on Euphoria season 2 and The White Lotusso it surprised fans when she said she couldn’t afford to take a break from a July 2022 interview with The Hollywood Reporter. Sydney has revealed that actors are no longer being paid “like before”. “Established stars always get paid, but I have to give 5% to my lawyer, 10% to my agents, 3% or something to my business manager. I have to pay my publicist every month, and that is more than my mortgage,” she explained.
Ever since the interview ended, fans have been curious about how the star earns her income and how much she’s worth. Besides acting, Sydney runs her own production company and has partnerships with notable fashion and beauty brands. For all the details, check out Sydney Sweeney’s net worth breakdown below.
Before becoming a Gen Z pop culture icon, the 24-year-old star had humble beginnings in Washington state. You probably didn’t know that she spearheaded a business plan to convince her parents to let her pursue her passion for show business professionally.. Since 2005, she has played small roles in shows like Criminal minds (2005), Grey’s Anatomy (2005), Hero (2006), Pretty little Liars (2010), and 90210 (2008). In 2018, she starred in the Netflix series YA Everything sucks! before it was canceled and even played a part in Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale. The following year, she landed a role in by Quentin Tarantino Once upon a time… in Hollywood and was in Halsey’s music video for their song “Graveyard” before starring in Machine Gun Kelly’s musical film, High falls.
In 2019, Sydney’s career was all but changed forever when she starred as scene-stealer Cassie Howard in HBO’s teen drama. Euphoria. According to a report by Way of life, she earned $350,000 over 13 episodes (she appeared in 16 in total, per IMDb). If the math is math, that means Sydney earned around $27,000 per episode.
She also joined HBO’s all-star cast The White Lotus as an angsty teenager Olivia. Sydney earned prestigious Emmy nominations for both performances, and the awards come with credibility and notoriety. This means Sydney could potentially make more money on acting projects in the future. She’s already set to star opposite Dakota Johnson in Marvel’s Madame Web and a new film about a US government whistleblower, Winner of reality.
Thanks to her on-screen success, Sydney was able to become a landlord – according to a January 2022 report by Dirtthe actress bought a $3 million home in Westwood, California.
sydney said The Hollywood Reporter that brand partnerships are another revenue stream that helps her stay afloat. “I take business because I have to,” Sydney told the outlet. She’s partnered with fashion and beauty brands like eBay, Laniege, Miu Miu and Tory Burch, the latter of which invited her to the 2022 Met Gala.
The exact amount she earns from each brand has not been disclosed, but according to Hopper HQ’s Instagram rich list, some stars have earned between $70,000 and $2 million (!!!) per sponsored post.
Sydney’s earnings, however, have also taken a hit thanks to a lawsuit from swimwear brand, LA Collective. According to a report by TMZ, she is being sued by the brand for $3 million after she allegedly backed out of a contract. The brand says Sydney was heavily involved in the design process and was meant to be the model and face for a new swimwear line, Somewhere Swimwear. Page 6 obtained legal documents claiming that Sydney “appropriated the designs […] for her own use” and that she wore the designs “on at least five episodes” of Euphoriadespite his decision to allegedly withdraw from the contract.
According Celebrity Net WorthSydney became a millionaire with a total net worth of $5 million in 2022. Still, Sydney’s earning potential is on the rise and she is expected to earn more as her career continues to grow.
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