Forbes 30 Under 30 Class Of 2021

Sabrina Carpenter is part of the Forbes 30 Under 30 Class of 2021! Read what Sabrina had to say in her Forbes profile, below. Photos from the photoshoot have been added to the gallery.

Carpenter’s 2020 started, quite literally, on a high note. On March 10, she made her Broadway debut as the lead in “Mean Girls”. Two days later, struck by the pandemic, Broadway went dark. But that barely slowed her down. Back at home in Los Angeles, Carpenter, who previously starred in Disney’s “Girl Meets World”, doubled down on her work behind the camera. After trying her hand at producing on Netflix’s dance film “Work It”, she launched At Last Productions in October. Her first project is starring in and executive producing a musical take on “Alice in Wonderland”, which she pitched and sold for seven-figures to Netflix over Zoom. “I get to make the decisions and decide where my life gets to go”, she says of her foray into the business side of Hollywood. She’s also spent time recording her fifth studio album; her music has clocked over 1 billion streams. After all, her sights are as high as they were in March. When asked about her goals, she thought only for a second before saying, decidedly: “[I’d be lying] if I didn’t say I wanted an EGOT”, speaking Hollywood for winning an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony.


Residence: Los Angeles, California
App They Can’t Live Without: Voice memos
Dream Mentor: Paul McCartney

Source: Forbes