During the same year, she was chosen to portray Sarah Tobin in The WB’s sitcom “Greetings From Tucson”, however, the series was cancelled after its first season, so she pursued other acting projects, and landed the role of Ashley in the short 3-D film “Haunted Lighthouse” (2003).
All of these appearances marked the strong establishment of her net worth.
After gaining experience, Sara started o receive more serious offers, landing the role of Tracy Richburg in the Disney Channel comedy-drama film “Hounded” (2001), and guest-starring as Jody Bradley in an episode of the CBS TV crime drama series “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” (2002), for which she won the 2003 Young Artist Award in the Best Performance in a TV Drama Series – Guest Starring Young Actress category.
Her career started in 1996, and since then she has been an active member of the entertainment industry, not only as a professional actress, but also as a singer.
So, if you ever wondered how rich Sara Paxton is, it has been estimated by authoritative sources that the total size of her net worth is over $3 million, accumulated through her successful career over more than 20 years.
Regarding her education, Sara went to El Camino Real High School, and upon matriculation in June of 2006, wanted to enroll in the University of Southern California’s film studies program, however, she delayed it due to her budding acting career.
Talking about her acting career, Sara became interested in the performing arts at an early age, initially appearing in various television commercials.
As a teenager, Paxton got her acting breakthrough playing the main character in the family comedy series Darcy’s Wild Life (2004-06).
She later starred alongside Emma Roberts and Jo Jo in the teen fantasy film Aquamarine (2006).
In 2017, Sara guest-starred in such TV series as “This Is Us”, “Twin Peaks” and “Wrecked”, after which she landed the role of Donna Rice in the biographical film “The Front Runner” in 2018, so her net worth is certainly still rising.