Who is Sadie Robertson?
Sadie Carroway Robertson was born on 11 June 1997, in West Monroe, Louisiana USA, and is an actress and reality television personality, best known for being a part of the A&E show entitled “Duck Dynasty”. She was a star of the show for its entire run from 2012 to 2017.
yallllll I’m geeking out. yesterday, I got to spend the whole day with one of my very favorite people in the whole world, Mamaw Jo. She’s my great grandma and a queen in my eyes. I asked her a million questions (no shock?) and I learned a million things. I believe if everyone in this generation could sit under that rocking chair and hear the wisdom that she shared with me on the topic of UNITY, a major shift would happen. I hope to amplify all that she said with the voice I have, because it’s things we all need to hear and apply to these times. As she was sharing she began to tell me different parts of her life story and a fun part of her life I never knew was that she was a cheerleader for the US marines during the Korean War! How crazy?!? This was her cheer jacket she recently found that is 70 years old!!!! To put this on was an honor for all it represents and for who wore it first♥️ ps we filmed a lot it for @liveoriginal so for those who have tickets GET. READY. If you don’t have tickets GET THEM TODAY! Link in bio!
The Wealth of Sadie Robertson
How rich is Sadie Robertson? As of mid-2018, sources inform us of a net worth that is over $500,000, earned largely through success on television. She’s also worked on numerous other television projects, such as “Dancing with the Stars”, and “Sun, Sand, & Romance”. As she continues her career, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Early Life and Reality Television Beginnings
Sadie grew up with five siblings, and is the daughter of Willie Robertson and Korie Howard Robertson, and the granddaughter of Phil Robertson, the founder of the business Duck Commander, and of which her father serves as the current CEO of the company. Like the rest of her family, she was a regular feature on the show “Duck Dynasty”, which chronicled the daily lives of the Robertson family, who found success through their family operated business.
little bean.. I so adore you. This is one of my favorite pictures of us as sisters. It’s been a reminder to me to always…
Duck Commander is known for making numerous products for duck hunters, with their most popular product being a duck call. The men of the family are typically identified through long beards and their Christian views. The show was very successful for its entire run, breaking numerous ratings both on A&E as well as on cable television. The show’s cast members have also attracted some controversy, particularly Phil Robertson who received a suspension sometime during the series due to racist remarks made while being interviewed. The show has generated huge amounts of wealth for most of the family members.
Acting CareerIn 2013, the Robertson family worked on a Christmas album entitled “Duck the Halls: A Robertson Family Christmas”, and Sadie was featured on one of the tracks entitled “Away with the Manger” performing alongside Alison Krauss. During the 19th season of “Dancing with the Stars”, she was one of the celebrity competitors, pairing with professional dancer Mark Ballas; they were able to reach second place in the competition just behind Alfonso Ribeiro. Eventually, she ventured into writing, public speaking and acting, debuting in the film “God’s Not Dead 2”, the Christian drama film starring her alongside Melissa Joan Hart and Jesse Metcalfe. The story focuses on a high school teacher facing a court case which could possibly end her career. She also starred in the biographical film “I’m Not Ashamed”, which is based on the first victim of the 1999 Columbine High School massacre, Rachel Scott. Scott is in the film as the protagonist, and the story is based on her journal entries.
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— Sadie Robertson (@sadierob) August 29, 2018
Business and Writing
Robertson has several business ventures – her father mentioned that she inherited the family’s entrepreneurial spirit – including collaborating with DaySpring for school supplies, jewelry and home goods for Glory Haus, a fashion line with rue21, and a prom dress line with Sherri Hill. She also worked with Roma Boots in their charity effort called “give poverty the boot”. In 2014, she wrote a book about Christian values and faith, entitled “Live Original” which became a New York Times bestseller. She launched a tour to promote her book, before touring with Winter Jam. She later wrote a devotional named “Live Original”, and a fiction book entitled “Life Just Got Real: A Live Original Novel (Live Original Fiction)”. Her latest writing project is a sequel to her first book entitled “Live Fearless”.
Personal Life and Social Media
For her personal life, it is known that Sadie is in a relationship with actor Austin North, having confirmed that they are dating through several media outlets. She’s known to have been a supporter of Donald Trump during the 2016 US presidential election, similar to her father. She is a devoted Christian which is a common trait among the Robertson family. She mentioned on social media that she once had an eating disorder that she battled with for a year, and opened up about it to help people having similar problems.
Sadie is highly active online through social media, having millions of followers on her accounts with Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. She mainly promotes her recent work, including public speeches, podcasts and travels around the world, as well as upcoming tours and projects. She also posts regularly about her Christian views. She continues to post videos with her family members, mainly her mother or her siblings. She was once a part of the YouTube channel called “The New Different”, on which she worked with Kolby Koloff, but she eventually moved on to other projects.