An American talented singer and actress Sabrina Carpenter rose to prominence with admirable performance for her role as rebellious Maya Hart, the best friend of Riley Matthews in Disney Channel series Girl Meets World, released on June 27, 2014 and won the hearts of television viewers for playing in the dark fantasy thriller “Horns”, “The Goodwin Games”. Carpenter made her first acting role on NBC drama series Law & Order: SVU as a young rape victim. In addition to staring in both TV and cinema, Sabrina Carpenter has also gained some achievements in her music career. In 2015, she earned a Radio Disney Music Award in the category “best crush song” for her debut single “can’t blame a girl for trying” which premiered on Radio Disney and on iTunes on March 14, 2014. Then she issued her first full-length album Eyes Wide Open on 14th April, 2015. Sabrina Carpenter has been signed to Hollywood Records since 2012.
Sabrina Carpenter was born on May 11, 1999 in Pennsylvania, USA, to
Elizabethand David Carpenter, with 2 sisters Shannonand Sarah, who are also extremely talented in dance and singing as well. Sabrina Carpenter’s first taste of entertaining came when she performed “I enjoy being a girl” in her school talent’s show and received a standing ovation. She showed passion in both singing and dancing and dreamt of being a world entertainer. She began dancing at the age of 2 and soon her unique singing voice was discovered. She received third place in a singing contest run by Miley Cyrusand has taken voice instruction for the past 5 years. She also guest-starred in a 2010 episode of NBC's Law & Order: SVU.
Sabrina Carpenter and her older sister, Sarah has appeared together in some episodes of Girl Meets World, also from which she became good friends with her co-star
Rowan Blanchard. Sabrina Carpenter and “GOOD Luck Charlie” actor Bradley Steven Perryhave started their romantic relationship for more than 7 months. This Disney Channel couple has become one of the favorite celebrity couples, attracting interest from the public.