Adam Sandler's daughter Sadie has quietly already appeared in 20 of her dad's movies
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She's appeared in over 20 movies - but aside from being Adam Sandler's daughter, she's not got a name many would recognise.
Sadie Sandler is the 16-year-old daughter of the Grown Ups star and has made cameo appearances in several of her dad's movies.
This includes background roles in Jack and Jill, Murder Mystery, Grown Ups, You Don't Mess With The Zohan and Just Go With It.
Her roles were extremely minor, as she played 'Girl on rope swing' in Just Go With It and 'Girl riding on goat' in You Don't Mess With The Zohan.
However, she can still honestly say she has appeared in films alongside Drew Barrymore, Chris Rock and Jennifer Aniston - all close pals of her dad's.
Now that she's growing up, Sadie wants to take acting more seriously - and has landed herself a big role in her dad's upcoming movie.
The film You Are SO Not Invited To My Bat Mitzvah sees Sadie playing Ronnie Friedman, a much bigger role than she would have previously taken on.
It appears the film is set to be a family affair, as sister Sunny and mother Jackie will also be making appearances.
You Are SO Not Invited To My Bat Mitzvah will reunite Sandler with his costar Idina Menzel, who played his wife in his critically acclaimed thriller Uncut Gems.
Sadie and Sunny are set to make a cool $65,000 each appearing in their dad's movie, according to The Blast.
A release date has not yet been confirmed, but the film will be streamed on Netflix as part of a lucrative deal with Sandler.
The flick is based on the popular 2005 young adult novel of the same name by Fiona Rosenbloom.
The novel follows Stacy's preparations for her Bat Mitzvah, where she hopes to win the affection of her crush Andy Goldfarb.
She utters the title phrase after walking in on her best friend Lydia Katz kissing Andy.
Sandler recently had his daughter in attendance as he was honoured at the Mark Twain Prize for American Humour.
Many of Sandler's friends and collaborators were in attendance, including Chris Rock, Steve Buscemi, Jennifer Aniston and Conan O'Brien.
Also in attendance was Drew Barrymore, who has been in many of Sandler's movies.
The talk show host recently confirmed that she was in talks to do another movie with her long time pal - after the two previously appeared in 50 First Dates, The Wedding Singer and Blended.
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