• Sarah Gilman is an actress known for her role in the Disney channel series “I Didn’t Do It”
• She has an estimated net worth of over $1 million
• She was a main character in theatrical productions such as “Narnia” and “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown”
• She graduated with honors from Flintridge Preparatory School, and is currently studying at the University of Southern California
• She is active on social media, with over 850,000 followers on Instagram, 90,000 on Twitter, and close to 20,000 on Facebook

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Who is Sarah Gilman?

Sarah Gilman was born on 18 January 1996, in Los Angeles, California, USA, and is an actress, probably best known for her role in the Disney channel series entitled “I Didn’t Do It”, in which she played Delia. She’s also worked on numerous theatrical projects, usually playing main characters in musicals.

The Wealth of Sarah Gilman

How rich is Sarah Gilman? As of mid-2024, sources estimate her net worth at close to $5 million, earned through a successful career in acting. She’s been in the entertainment industry since 2011, and has mainly worked on television projects as a guest or recurring character.

Early Life and Acting Beginnings

Sarah showed a strong inclination towards an acting career at a young age, and had several opportunities due to residing in Los Angeles. Not a lot has been shared about her family or upbringing, but it is known that she began her career in theatre, working on several stage productions.

She had a main role in “Narnia”, and in “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown”, a musical comedy based on the characters of the comic strip “Peanuts” created by cartoonist Charles M. Schulz. The production is known to be a popular choice in amateur theatre as it only has a small cast requirement and simple staging. She also worked in “Alice” before a lead role in the short film “Hold for Laughs” in 2011, playing a 13 year-old girl who’s bullied while attending a Catholic School. Following that appearance, she had a guest role in the television series “Up All Night”.

Sarah Gilman

Acting and Studies

In 2012, Gilman was cast as the recurring character Cammy Harris in the sitcom “Last Man Standing”, which follows the story of Tim Allen’s character, a senior employee of a sporting goods store in Denver, Colorado.

While working on the show, she continued her education, graduating with honors from Flintridge Preparatory School, having previously attained an Advanced Placement Scholar designation – the school dates its history back to 1933. While there, she participated in various athletic activities, becoming a member of school teams in volleyball, water polo, soccer, softball and basketball. She was the only girl in the history of the school who completed the training that was meant for the Boys Junior Varsity Football Team.

While attending school, she also took on other projects, including guest appearances in “Marvin Marvin”, and “Kroll Show”. After matriculating, she enrolled at the University of Southern California (USC) to study for a degree in film production, screenwriting and theatre. The university was founded in 1880 and is the oldest private research university in the state, and several alumni have gone on to big achievements in their respective fields.

Recent Projects

While studying at USC, she was cast as the main character in the Disney Channel show entitled “I Didn’t Do It”, which ran for a year. The comedy co-starred Olivia Holt, Austin North and Piper Curda, and follows the story of brother-sister twins and their three best friends as they begin their first year in high school. Sarah then made a guest appearance in “Jessie”, reprising her character Delia Delfano in the Disney sitcom which follows the story of a young woman who begins to work as a nanny in a multi-million dollar penthouse in the Upper West Side of New York City.

A few of her recent projects include the direct to video film entitled “Daphne & Velma” (2018) in which she played the titular Velma Dinkley. As the name denotes, it follows the story of two characters from the “Scooby Doo” franchise, and is the fifth installment of their live action film series. It was intended as a prequel, produced by Ashley Tisdale alongside her sister Jennifer Tisdale. In the same year, Sarah algained a main role in the fourth season of the show “Foursome”, which is a romantic comedy web series starring Jenn McAllister, available through YouTube Premium.

In 2019, she appeared in four episodes of “Those Who Can’t”, and since 2021 has been appearing as Penny Gill in “CSI Vegas”.

Personal Life and Social Media

For her personal life, not much is known in terms of Gilman’s romantic relationships. It’s generally believed that she’s single due to the lack of evidence pointing to her being in a relationship, though it hasn’t been confirmed. She completed her college education a few years ago – – she enjoys books, even calling herself a bibliophile. She also really loves coffee, and drinks it regularly. While she is no longer a part of any sports teams, she continues to stay fit and athletic, often spending time jogging to help maintain a good weight.

Similar to numerous actresses, Sarah is active online through accounts on social media. She has an Instagram account, which showcases her life away from the cameras, and is seen spending a lot of time outdoors with friends and family. She loves travelling and supports environmental activism. She also loves taking selfies if she can. She also has an account on Twitter, using the platform to promote some of her advocacies and opinions. Another account she has is on Facebook, which has close to 20,000 followers though it has not been confirmed if it is an account managed by her personally – the account has been inactive since 2017.

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General Info

Full NameSarah Gilman
Height1.6 m
EducationUniversity of Southern California


Music GroupsDisney Channel Circle of Stars
TV ShowsI Didn't Do It

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Source: IMDb, Wikipedia

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