Sierra Nicole McCormick was born on October 28, 1997, in the signification of Scorpio and was born situated in Asheville, North Carolina USA. She’s 23 years old and a producer, most likely best known for her role as Susan Kushner in the family comedy adventure movie “Ramona And Beezus” in 2010. She was also in Olive Doyle in the Disney Channel”teen sitcom “A.N.T. Farm” (2011-2014) and performed as Fay Crocker in the sci-fi thriller “The Vast of Night” in 2019.
Sierra McCormick spent her early childhood living in Palm Springs California, being raised by her parents, however, their names, as well as their professions aren’t yet known. Her younger sibling is Kayla McCormick, who’s a writer, producer, and director in the field.
She has American citizenship and is a member of the White Caucasian ethnic group. Sierra has not revealed any information about her academic background.
Sierra McCormick isn’t very open when it comes to speaking about her private life and is able to keep any details regarding her private life from the eyes of the general public.
It is however widely believed that she doesn’t currently have a significant other currently and is focusing on her career. Her current residence in in Los Angeles, California. Sierra suffers from hypermobility, often known as double-jointed. she was the only person to perform breaking of arms in the movie “Some Kind Of Hate”.
In the year 2011, Sierra McCormick provided her voice to Alice in the Disney direct-to-DVD comedy “Spooky Buddies”, for which she won the Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a DVD Film Young Ensemble Cast.
She also shared the award with the other cast members. Her next big role occurred later in the year when she was a part of the main team of the Disney Channel teen sitcom “A.N.T. Farm” and played the character in the role of Olive Doyle for three seasons until the show’s finale in 2014.
The series had a massive audience and was an extremely watched television series for youngsters.
At the same time, she was also playing the part in the role of Connie in a different Disney Channel sitcom, “Jessie” (2011-2014) which was created by Pamela Eells O’Connell, and afterward, she played Moira in the independent supernatural horror movie “Some Kind Of Hate” which debuted in the Stanley Film Festival.
While the film was not a huge success the performance was well-received as she was nominated best-supporting actress in the Fright Meter Awards. This was followed by her performances on screen as Sarah in the 2016 thriller made for TV “Twisted Sisters”, and The Creature in the shorter thriller “In The Shadows”, directed by Jordan James Smith.
In mid-2021 Sierra McCormick’s net worth is estimated at more than $1 million. This was accumulated through her involvement in the entertainment industry as an actress and producer. She has been involved in more than 30 films and television acting credits since she began her career in 2007.