Sadie Sink

American actor Sadie Sink started her career on the Broadway stage. Born on April 16, 2002, Sink was a star by the time she was ten years old, landing the title role in a highly successful Broadway production of "Annie." She soon crossed over into television, appearing on such programs as "The Americans" (FX, 2013-), "Blue Bloods" (CBS, 2010-), and "American Odyssey" (NBC, 2015), before returning to the stage in a production of "The Audience." From there, Sink guested on the acclaimed sitcom "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" (Netflix, 2015-), and made her feature film debut alongside Liev Schreiber in the biographical sports drama "Chuck" (2016). 2017 proved to be Sink's biggest year yet, when she was cast as a mysterious new character on the second season of the popular 80s sci-fi homage "Stranger Things" (Netflix, 2016-), as well as landing a supporting role alongside Brie Larson and Woody Harrelson in the domestic drama "The Glass Castle" (2017).