Sadie Carroway Robertson Huff is a well-known American actress, author, motivational speaker, and entrepreneur. She gained fame through the A&E reality show Duck Dynasty. Huff is also the host of the WHOA, That’s Good Podcast and is recognized as a prominent Christian media personality.
Robertson is the granddaughter of Duck Commander founder Phil Robertson. Her parents are Korie (née Howard) Robertson and Willie Robertson, who is the current CEO of the company. She has five siblings: John Luke Robertson, Rebecca Loflin, Willie Robertson Jr., Bella Robertson-Mayo, and Rowdy Robertson.
Growing up in a family involved in showbiz greatly influenced Sadie’s career. She sang “Away in a Manger” with Alison Krauss for her family’s bestselling album, Duck the Halls: A Robertson Family Christmas.
Sadie was the first runner-up on Dancing with the Stars Season 19. She also ventured into acting, with roles in the films God’s Not Dead 2 and I’m Not Ashamed. In the fall of 2016, she launched her successful “Live Original Tour” and toured with Winter Jam to 45 cities in 2017.
Sadie is a speaker at the Passion Christian conference every January and other events to encourage believers. Additionally, she has partnered with Roma Boots, working with them in their mission to “give poverty the boot.”
Sadie Robertson Huff was born on June 11, 1997.
The actress went to high school at Ouachita Christian High School in Monroe, Louisiana.
Robertson and Christian Huff got engaged on June 9, 2019. They got married on November 25, 2019. On October 4, 2020, they shared on Instagram that they were expecting their first child, a daughter. Honey James Huff, Robertson’s daughter, was born on May 11, 2021. In May 2023, the couple welcomed their second baby.
Sadie Robertson didn’t get much attention when she first started in television. Her breakthrough came when she participated in Dancing with the Stars and finished in second place during its twentieth season. She teamed up with professional dancers like Mark Ballas and Alfonso Ribeiro.
After that, her fame soared with the premiere of Duck Dynasty, a reality TV show about the Robertson family. The show, featuring her grandfather and other family members, including nephews and nieces, became a huge success and was named the most popular reality TV show of 2013.
Following her rise to stardom, Sadie Robertson turned her focus to social media, creating a YouTube channel called ‘The New Different’ for a young audience. She expressed her willingness to go on a ‘Live Original Tour’ to meet her fans.
Expanding her ventures, Sadie launched a prom dress collection with the well-known brand Sherril Hill, which gained popularity among teenagers and young adults. This success prompted her to start other businesses, including DaySpring school supplies, Glory Haus jewelry and home items, and Rue 21, a fashion line for teenagers and young adults.
Sadie Robertson is involved in philanthropy. She teamed up with the Roma Boots organization to support their goal of “giving poverty the boot.”
In 2014, Sadie Robertson wrote a book about faith and Christian values called Live Original, which became a New York Times Best Seller.
She also wrote a devotional called Live Original and a novel titled Life Just Got Real: A Live Original Novel (Live Original Fiction).
In 2018, she published Live Fearless, a sequel to her first novel, Live Original.
In 2020, her book Live: Remain Alive, Be Alive at a Specified Time, Have an Exciting or Fulfilling Life was released. It encourages readers to flourish in their God-given lives, gain confidence, deal with haters, live in the moment, discover the power of words, and fully embrace God’s methods to make the best decisions possible.
Sadie announced on Instagram that her new devotional book, Live on Purpose: 100 devotionals for letting go of fear and letting God, would be released in September 2021.
Her latest book, Who Are You Following?: Pursuing Jesus in a Social-Media Obsessed World, was released on February 1, 2022.
Sadie Robertson, as a TV personality, has earned a significant amount of money throughout her career, estimating her net worth to be around $1 million USD.
Her income allows her to live a luxurious life. Additionally, she has various business ventures, such as jewelry and goods with the brand Glory House, school supplies with the brand DaySpring, and a fashion line for both adults and teenagers with Rue 21, all contributing to her revenue.
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