Sadie Robertson Biography
Sadie Robertson is an American reality television star and actress. She has starred on the A&E show Duck Dynasty. She is also a high school athlete and motivational speaker.
Sadie spends her summers on mission trips and working at a Christian youth camp spreading her message to peers about being confident in who you are and learning to “live original.”
She is also an author, a speaker, and was the first runner up on Dancing with the Stars Season 19. She has also ventured into acting, with roles in the films God’s Not Dead 2 and I’m Not Ashamed.
Sadie Robertson College
Sadie attended Ouachita Christian School
Sadie Robertson Age | Sadie Robertson Birthday
Sadie was born on 11 June 1997. She is 22 years old as of 2019.
Sadie Robertson Family
She was born to Korie Robertson and Willie Robertson, Duck Commander’s current CEO. She is the granddaughter to Phil Robertson the founder of Duck Commander. Sadie has five siblings; John Luke Robertson, Rebecca Loftin, Willie Robertson Jr., Bella Robertson, and Rowdy Robertson.
Sadie Robertson Boyfriend | Sadie Robertson Break Up
Sadie started dating Austin North in 2018 and ended the relationship in August after only being together for four months.
From March 2014 to March 2015, Robertson previously dated Blake Coward. She was also linked to Texas A&M quarterback Trevor North from August to September 2017.
Sadie Robertson Engaged
The Duck Dynasty star is engaged. Her fiance is named Christian Huff. The couple is getting excited for the many exciting moments ahead of them. Their romantic wedding is the priority, but there’s no harm in creating a vision board or two for their future home.
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Sadie is still single since there is no information on her getting married.
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Sadie has several business ventures including a prom dress line with Sherri Hill, school supplies for DaySpring, jewelry and also home goods with Glory Haus, and a fashion line with rue21. Robertson also partnered with Roma Boots and worked alongside them in their mission to “give poverty the boot.”
Dancing With The Stars | Did Sadie Robertson Win Dancing With The Stars?
Sadie was a celebrity competitor on Dancing with the Stars: season 19 in 2014. She teamed up with professional dancer Mark Ballas and finished the competition in second place behind Alfonso Ribeiro.
Sadie Robertson Book | Sadie Robertson Live Original | Sadie Robertson Devotional
She wrote a New York Times bestseller book about faith and Christian values called “Live Original” in 2014. Sadie has also written a devotional by the same title (Live Original) and a fiction book, “Life Just Got Real: A Live Original Novel” (Live Original Fiction).
Sadie Robertson New Book
Sadie released a sequel to her first book “Live Original” called Live Fearless in 2018
Politically, She supported Donald Trump during the 2016 United States presidential election, as did her father Willie.
Sadie Robertson Duck Dynasty
Sadie has starred in Duck Dynasty with her fellow family members.
Sadie Robertson Live Original Tour | Sadie Robertson Tour
She launched her successful “Live Original Tour” in the fall of 2016. She toured with Winter Jam to 45 cities in 2017.
Sadie Robertson Quotes
- “No matter what you want to do, confidence is key!” …
- “Living original means being confident that God made you in a really cool, unique way” …
- “Anybody can quit. …
- “Happiness is a choice—a choice to be joyful, no matter what the circumstance.”
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Sadie Robertson Film and Tv Shows
|2016||God’s Not Dead 2||Marlene|
|I’m Not Ashamed||Charity|
|2017||Sun, Sand, & Romance||Chloe|
|2014||Dancing with the Stars||Herself|
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Where Does Sadie Robertson Live
Sadie lives in West Monroe, Louisiana with her parents and siblings.
Sadie Robertson Height | How Tall Is Sadie Robertson?
Sadie stands at a height of 1.68m.
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Sadie Robertson Interview
SADIE ROBERTSON INTERVIEW | A HEART FOR GOD, FAITH, & FAMILY
Published; April 7, 2016.
SCH: You seem courageous. Where does your courage come from?
SR: Courage in my life comes from my relationship with God because I have had a lot of anxiety and have had to “work hard against fears.” In my own weakness, God has given me His strength.
SCH: You have been cast in movies dealing with the marginalization, persecution of Christians in public schools. Why do you think this is so?
SR: The Lord has prepared me for these roles. In my many travels that have included mission trips, I have seen real world problems and have been trained to address them. We need to train for our trials. We need to have an umbrella before the storm comes. We need to be prepared.
SCH: Your family has been in the midst of marginalization of
Christians in the media. How has this prepared you for what you are doing now?
SR: My family has helped to prepare me for the current issues addressed in the movies I am in, God’s Not Dead 2 and I’m Not Ashamed. They have taught me that marginalization and persecution are not surprising. They have has also taught me that “God is good and in Him is contentment.”
SCH: You seem beautifully equipped with your sweet spirit and gracious smile to handle these issues graciously, as do your parents. Tell me about how you deal with these challenges.
SR: My family has taught me that others will know we are Christians by our love. In I John 4 it talks about the importance of loving one another. It is significant because the way people see God and feel God’s love is through us.
SCH: Tell me about your character, Marlene, in God’s Not Dead 2.
SR: Marlene shows God’s love to Brooke, who has hit rock bottom in her life.
SCH: What is the role of your character in the story?
SR: Brooke’s best friend, Marlene, backs her up. I love this character because it is a role we all can play.
SCH: Why do you think this movie is doing so well?
SR: God’s Not Dead 2 is drawing audiences and doing well because it is real, genuine, and authentic.
SCH: Why do you think this movie is significant?
SR: It deals with real-life, current issues. It hits a nerve and takes us to another level. It is challenging, inspiring, and thought-provoking.
SCH: What are your hopes for the impact of this movie?
SR: I hope this movie will encourage people to stand firm on what is true, to not waiver, to be persistent, like Grace is in the movie.
SCH: What do you think our Lord is doing through media and movies?
SR: He is using those in movies and media to bring Light into the Darkness. We as Christians should not be afraid of the darkness but should take the Light there.
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Sadie Robertson: On Giving Tuesday, start your own family tradition and step into giving hope
Published; 27 November 2018
Christmas is such a special season for me. It’s a time when my entire family gathers together… we go ALL OUT! I just love Christmas with my family. We celebrate the gift of Jesus with get-togethers, talent shows, cookie decorating (with four generations of Robertsons), massive gift exchanges, eating (a lot), laughing, dancing, and more! All of the decorations begin going up the Friday after Thanksgiving and from that moment on we DELIGHT in all the season means.
Even in all the fun, it is still so easy to hop on Instagram and let comparison creep into the party. This can happen when you start checking likes, reading comments or feeling like your traditions, decorations or gifts don’t measure up. This season, I encourage you to focus on the joy and hope of the season.
This Christmas, I’m working with World Vision to light up social media with something special. World Vision helps kids in poverty around the world and right here in the U.S., I believe in their mission and movement around the world to bring hope.
Join me as we #ShineBright this Christmas by sharing HOPE around the world. Focus on others and GIVE of yourself to help a child in need rather than focusing on what you don’t have. Together, we can bring families together and change future generations.
I encourage you to start your own family tradition this year – sponsor a child through World Vision and connect with brothers and sisters across the globe. Give something that will have a lasting impact on people in need by donating a goat or a food kit. It’s amazing how a single action can change the tone of the season for you and your family. It also can change the world. Take a look at other people’s problems. Take action and shift your thinking.
On November 27, on Giving Tuesday, the start of the Christmas season, there’s no better time to step into giving hope. Let’s stand united together and make an impact on the world.