The untold truth of Adam Sandler's wife

Adam Sandler may be one of Hollywood's most bankable actors, but many don't realize that the funnyman's personal life is equally impressive. He and wife Jacqueline Sandler (née Titone) have been married since 2003, have two kids together, and enjoy a stellar relationship. While you may not recognize her name, you'll likely recognize her face.

Born in Coral Springs, Jackie attended Stoneman Douglas High School in her home state of Florida before she tried her luck as a model, landing various campaigns and earning "about five grand a day for fashion shoots," according to the Sun SentinelShe then set her sights on Hollywood. The former cheerleader landed her first movie role in 1999 and has been working steadily ever since — thanks in large part to her famous husband. In return, the actress has inspired some of the biggest moments of his life and career. 

We bring you the untold truth of Adam Sandler's wife.

Rob Schneider changed Jackie Sandler's life

It was the late '90s and Jacqueline Titone was an aspiring actress who had just landed her first role on the big screen, playing Sally in Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo. It was by no means a major part, but she obviously made an impression on the film's star, Rob Schneider, as he soon recommended her for another gig.

Putting in a good word to pal Adam Sandler, Schneider not only helped Jackie snag her follow-up role — playing a waitress in 1999's Big Daddy — but he also unknowingly introduced her to her future husband. The part was another small cameo (Jackie serves Adam's character and his son a root beer at a sports bar) and it didn't lead to superstardom, but it did change the rest of her life.

Jackie and the Billy Madison star were an item by the time the flick hit theaters that June, and, according to Good Housekeeping, they didn't waste any time taking their relationship to the next level...

Adam Sandler's wife changed her religion for love

In 2000 — just one year after Jackie and Adam Sandler had begun dating — the aspiring actress, who is of Italian heritage and was raised Christian, decided to convert to Judaism. Not unlike the likes of Isla Fisher and Sacha Baron Cohen's marriage, this was the first major step in the couple's journey toward tying the knot, which they did on June 22, 2003, in a star-studded Jewish ceremony held at Dick Clark's mansion in Malibu, according to People.

Over the years, Adam has spoken openly about his faith and how important it is to him. During a 2015 appearance on The Howard Stern Show (via the Jewish Journal), the movie star declared to the shock jock, "I'm proud of being a Jew and that's what I am, I get that from my father and mother. I'm very pro-Israel." Judaism has even made it into some of his most famous comedy routines, namely Saturday Night Live's "The Hanukkah Song." Dubbed "an unabashed expression of Jewish pride" by The Times of Israel, the media outlet noted, "It makes Jewish ethnicity 'cool' by identifying it with secular cultural heroes."

Jackie Sandler: the queen of cameos

Since meeting Adam Sandler on the set of 1999's Big Daddy, wife Jackie Sandler has gone on to appear in bit parts in most of her husband's films, solidifying herself as the ultimate queen of cameos. Over the years, she's played Jenna in 2000's Little Nicky, a dentist in 2004's 50 First Dates, Tardio's wife in 2010's Grown Ups, a "Hollywood Stepmom in 2014's Blended, a "Great Looking Flight Attendant" in 2019's Murder Mystery, and many, many more.

Yes, Jackie's had a few other roles along the way, including a recurring part on CBS' ill-fated series Kevin Can Wait and a one-off appearance on The Goldbergs, but this actress has never quite broken out into the mainstream. Not that she seems to mind. In fact, cameos have become a Sandler family affair. Adam and Jackie's two kiddos, daughters Sadie and Sunny, have also appeared in several of their father's movies. Sadie, for example, was cast in Hotel Transylvania and Murder Mystery, while Sunny had cameos in Grown Ups and Jack and Jill.

She's all for Adam Sandler kissing other women

When you're an actor, kissing your co-stars sometimes comes with the territory. Jackie Sandler sure understands that and actually happens to be supportive of husband Adam Sandler's on-screen romances.

When Ellen DeGeneres asked Adam what his wife thought of his repeated love scenes with frequent collaborator Drew Barrymore back in 2014, his response was not exactly what you might expect. "The best thing is that my wife loves Drew so much that she like encourages me," he told the talk show host. "There's no jealousy at all. She's just like, 'Get in there!'" In fact, Jackie is known to let her movie star hubby know when he's not convincing enough in the on-screen romance department. Adam went on to recall a scolding he received from Jackie on the set of Blended, as she told him, "Just please, for the sake of women, get in there and just look a little more alive."

Luckily, none of that support has worn off with time. In 2019's Murder Mystery, Adam Sandler and Friends alum Jennifer Aniston play a married couple, while Jackie has a cameo appearance (of course) as the so-called "Great Looking Flight Attendant." When asked about working with his real-life wife next to his on-screen wife, Adam told the Associated Press, "The only awkward part is hearing my wife on the side going, 'Harder! Harder! Kiss her harder! Deeper!'"

Jackie Sandler gives Adam Sandler 'strength and courage'

If there's one thing Adam Sandler is known for, it's his (admittedly not always successful) comedy. But in 2019, he took fans by surprise when he signed on to play a gambling addict in the crime drama, Uncut Gems. The legendary funnyman opened up about his surprise decision on The Ellen DeGeneres Show that December, revealing that it was his wife, Jackie Sandler, who convinced him to take a chance on the big screen.

"I read it, [and] I loved the movie, but I was scared to do it," Adam confessed. "Then I asked Jackie to read it. We do this together, me and Jackie, we discuss what I'm going to do, and she gives me strength and courage to jump into this stuff." Long story short: Jackie read the script, loved it, and told her husband he simply had to accept the role — and so he did.

Since its release in December 2019, Uncut Gems has garnered rave reviews and Oscar buzz. So, it might be all thanks to Jackie if Adam ends up being nominated (or even takes home) for his first-ever Academy Award.

Adam Sandler's wife's net worth is surprising

Despite the fact that her acting resume is mostly made up of small cameo roles, Jackie Sandler's net worth is reportedly an impressive $50 million. Where does all of this wealth come from? According to Celebrity Net Worth, husband Adam Sandler might be the main source of her income.

For starters, Jackie is likely being paid for her work in all of Adam's films. What's more, the couple reportedly owns a handful of luxury properties, including a $13 million mansion in Los Angeles, a $3.1 million home in Malibu, plus others in New York, New Hampshire, and Hawaii.

Last but not least, simply being married to Adam likely affords Jackie a portion of his overall wealth, which is estimated to be a whopping $420 million. Although the married pair allegedly briefly split in 2000 due to a disagreement over a prenup, we wouldn't be surprised if Jackie is entitled to part of Adam's earnings, which has come from an unprecedented contract with Sony Pictures (he has been known to earn a base salary of $20 million per film, plus about a quarter of each flick's gross profits) and a $250 million production deal with Netflix, which was extended in 2017. 

There's no doubt about it: the Sandlers are happily married and making bank together. Talk about relationship goals.