Sadie Stanley stars as Megan Landry, a computer coder and honor student from a blue-collar family, in season two of the highly anticipated Freeform anthology series "Cruel Summer."
A dynamic and versatile performer, Stanley is quickly emerging as one of the entertainment industry's brightest young talents. She will next be seen in Ray Romano's directorial debut "Somewhere in Queens," starring alongside Romano and Laurie Metcalf. The film premiered at the 2022 Tribeca Film Festival and has since been acquired by Lionsgate/Roadside Attractions. She also recently completed production on Augustus Meleo Bernstein's "All the Colors of the Dark" for Beacon Pictures.
Stanley got her start as the title character in Disney Channel's live-action feature "Kim Possible." Since then, she has appeared in the second season of the Emmy®-nominated Netflix series "Dead to Me" and led Netflix's "The Sleepover" alongside Malin Akerman and Joe Manganiello. Other recent credits include a recurring role in ABC's "The Goldbergs," HBO's anthology series "Room 104," and Samuel Goldwyn Films' "Let Us In".