Sadie Sink on Starting Stranger Things at 14 & Playing Brendan Fraser’s Daughter in The Whale

Published on December 7, 2022

Sadie talks about being fourteen when she landed the role on “Stranger Things,” learning how to skateboard for the part, playing Brendan Fraser’s daughter in the new movie The Whale, catching up on all of Brendan’s work after they shot the film together, and her family going to the NY Premiere.

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  • mareir 10 months ago

    I’ve never watched Stranger Things, but she seems like a really lovely person.

  • Cassandra Haas 10 months ago

    Ayo this whole interview is blatantly fatphobic. There are so many meaningful conversations that could have come out of this interview, but instead it was structured around shaming people’s bodies. It was encouraging to see Sadie Sink not play into any of that.

  • Kyle Manning 10 months ago

    Surprised you didnt find a way to put Trumps name in the title of this video!! Every other video does

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  • Thomas Smith 10 months ago

    Brendan Frasier Encino Man..

  • C 10 months ago

    such a classy natural beauty. so refreshing to see girls like her in hollywood. hope she stays this humble and grounded.

  • eric 10 months ago

    I might be in love

  • kah 10 months ago

    Sadie always my favorite of the cast, I’m so proud of her!I can’t wait for what new roles she takes on during her career.

  • Mad BABY 10 months ago

    She’s got such a bright future. Can’t wait for her to gain even more recognition

  • ExOutlaw 10 months ago

    Kimmel is so annoying

  • Chris Santiago 10 months ago

    Fear street part 2 was fantastic


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