Sadie Sandler: Who Is Adam Sandler’s Daughter?

Sadie Sandler is the daughter of Adam Sandler and Jackie Titone. She's been in her father's movies like You Don't Mess with the Zohan and Hubie Halloween.

By Rick Gonzales | Published

There are bound to be some nice perks when you are the eldest daughter of one of the most well-known comic actors on the face of the planet. For Sadie Sandler, daughter of Adam Sandler, her perks began at the young age of two when her father cast her in an uncredited role in his film You Don’t Mess with the Zohan.

Since that time, Sadie Sandler has become a consistent face in her father’s movies. So, let’s see what films Sadie Sandler has been in and if acting is where her future lies.


Sadie Madison Sandler was born to Adam and Jackie Sandler on May 6, 2006, in Los Angeles, California. Not much is known about Sadie Sandler’s life outside of film because her parents have been able to keep that information as private as possible. It is known that Sadie went to and is still going to private schools in the Los Angeles area.

Two years after Sadie Sandler was brought into this world, her sister Sunny arrived. Like her older sister, Sunny has also enjoyed numerous roles in her father’s films. Oftentimes, the real-life sisters will play sisters on camera.


Sadie Sandler on the right in Grown Ups

Sadie Sandler’s first exposure to the movie industry came when her father put her on the back of a goat at age 2 and let her ride it for the film You Don’t Mess with the Zohan.

From that time, whenever her father made a movie and it called for a young child to be in it (by design or just for the heck of it), Sadie Sandler was in front of the camera. Her entire film career has been on films her father has starred in or ones that his Happy Madison Productions has produced.

If you take a look at Sadie Sandler’s IMDb, you will notice that not only has she been involved in 19 film productions (she is only 16 years old) but she has been in at least one movie per year since first riding that goat. Sadie Sandler has virtually grown up on the movie screen.

Her films include Grown Ups, Just Go With It, Blended, Pixels, Hotel Transylvania and Hotel Transylvania 2, The Do-Over, Sandy Wexler, Murder Mystery, and Hubie Halloween. Like her mom, Jackie, the size of her roles depended on the movie plus, for Sadie, it also depended on her age.


And she kept the streak going recently with a bigger role in You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah which premiered on Netflix on August 25, 2023. This one was a full family affair about a family prepping for the big day. Adam Sandler, Jackie Sandler, Sunny and Sadie were all on board.

For the film, both Sadie and her younger sister Sunny made $65,000, which will be coming to them in weekly installments.

It was a hit with critics, scoring 91 percent on Rotten Tomatoes and becoming one of the most-watched films on Netflix after its release.

The movie was based on the YA novel of the same name by author Fiona Rosenbloom. And there is a second novel in the series. If this is turned into a film, Sadie and Sunny Sandler’s salary jumps up to $162,500. Of course, all the other benefits from the first movie will remain the same.


Who doesn’t know the Sandman, aka Adam Sandler? He cut his comedic teeth on a little show called Saturday Night Live and has turned into a virtual movie-making powerhouse, first at the box office, and then on the super streamer Netflix, most of which fell under Sandler’s highly successful company, Happy Madison Productions. And if you know anything about Adam Sandler, then you also know his wife, Jackie, who is a former model and now an actress.

There isn’t much we can say about Sadie Sandler’s father that hasn’t already been said ad nauseam. You are either a fan of his style of comedy or you aren’t. Thankfully for the Sandler family, there are plenty of people who watch his movies.

While his brand of comedy may be an acquired taste, Sandler has successfully stepped away from comedy a time or two into the drama arena with well-received performances.

Sadie Sandler’s dad got his start as Smitty on The Cosby Show. Not long after that, Lorne Michaels and Saturday Night Live came calling and the path to comedy gold was laid.

While Sandler was working Saturday Night Live, he was also stepping out doing bit parts in films like Shakes the Clown, Coneheads, Airheads, and the underrated Christmas comedy, Mixed Nuts.

In 1995, Sadie Sandler’s dad hit the big time with his performance in the stupid, silly, juvenile film Billy Madison, which showcased Sandler’s brand of raunchy comedy that played well. He followed that up with another film with the same flavor, Happy Gilmore, which was just as big a hit. Adam Sandler was on his way.

Adam Sandler misfired on his next film, Bulletproof, but then made the world smile when he paired up with Drew Barrymore for the first time in The Wedding Singer. Next came The Waterboy and his performance as Bobby Boucher is still considered to be one of his better character performances. After appearing in comedies like Big Daddy and Little Nicky, Sadie Sandler’s father decided to take a chance and take on a dramedy.

In 2002, Adam Sandler led Paul Thomas Anderson’s Punch-Drunk Love, a major departure from the silly comedies Sandler had been making. It was a chance that paid off as it showed Hollywood (as well as the critics who constantly took shots at Sandler’s comedy) that there was much more to the actor than the silly voices and silly characters that had been his career to date. The film, and his performance, were very well-received.

Sadie Sandler’s father met her mother, Jackie Titone, on the set of Sandler’s film Big Daddy. Jackie was trying to break into the movies and played a waitress in the film. Sadie Sandler’s parents then began dating shortly after Big Daddy premiered and have been together ever since.

The couple dated for a few years before they decided to tie the knot in 2003. Since their marriage, Jackie has been a constant in most of her husband’s films, with roles in movies like Bedtime Stories, Grown Ups, Just Go With It, That’s My Boy, Blended, The Ridiculous 6, The Do-Over, and Sandy Wexler. Depending on the film, her roles can vary in size.


In this day and age, it may come as a surprise that Sadie Sandler is not on social media. In fact, you won’t see her at all on Adam Sandler’s Instagram and very little on Jackie’s Twitter account. You can see one really nice picture of Adam, Sadie, and Sunny that was captured and posted on Hollywood Star Kids’ Instagram above.