Sadie Robertson Net Worth

January 30, 2023
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Sadie Carroway Robertson was born on the 11th June 1997, in West Monroe, Louisiana USA, and is a reality television star, who initially rose to fame because of her family relations, as she is the daughter of Willie Robertson and Korie Howards Robertson, the granddaughter of Phil Robertson, the founder of the hunting business entitled Duck Commander of which her father is now CEO.

How rich is this young girl? Reportedly, the outright size of Sadie Robertson’s net worth is now over $700,000, largely accumulated in only a little more than three years in the entertainment industry.

Sadie Robertson Net Worth $700,000

To give some background information, Sadie Robertson was raised in a Catholic household, the youngest of five children, and is still a Christian. She was  educated at Ouachita Christian School in Monroe,  from where which she matriculated in 2016, also participating in several sports

While still in high school, in 2013 she launched the channel named “The New Different” on YouTube, and has been working on the channel alongside her friend Kolby Koloff, the star of the docusoap series “Preachers’ Daughters” (2013 – present). Together with another friend Alison Krauss she recorded the song “Away in a Manger” (2013) which was listed in the best-selling album entitled “Duck The Halls: A Robertson Family Christmas” (2013), which topped the charts of Billboards Top Country and Top Holiday Albums, and has been certified platinum in Canada and gold in USA. Her net worth benefited accordingly.

To add more, Sadie appeared in the Christian drama film “God’s Not Dead” (2014) directed by Harold Cronk, and working with such stars as Kevin Sorbo, Shane Harper, Dean Cain, Newsboys and David A. R. White. Even though the film received poor reviews from critics and was described as ‘overwhelmingly unlikeable’, it was financially profitable, with the box office grossing $62.2 million whereas the budget of the film was only $2 million. Sadie has subsequently appeared in “I’m Not Ashamed” in 2016, and “Sun, Sand and Romance” in 2017 on the Hallmark Channel, no doubt adding somewhat to her net worth.

In 2014, Sadie Robertson participated in the 19th season of the dance competition show aired on ABC “Dancing with the Stars”; she was paired with Mark Ballas, a professional dancer, and they managed to finish the competition taking second place, although in the semi finals she was the last participant to be called safe. (The first place was taken by Alfonso Ribeiro.) Participation in the reality competition increased the popularity of the girl considerably, and afterwards Sadie released the book “Live Original: How the Duck Commander Teen Keeps It Real and Stays True to Her Values”. Both projects helped her net worth.

In a union with Sherri Hill, Sadie has launched her line of dresses which were modeled during the Fashion Week of New York, sporting the label of Live Original – success or not of this venture is yet to be established.

Talking about the personal life of the reality television star, Sadie is apparently in a relationship with Blake Coward, the quarterback of the Mustangs, which represents the Madison Academy high school.

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