Madison was born 25th of June 2005, in Dallas, Texas, USA. Before getting into the career of acting, she did her own acting around her house entertaining family and friends.
Madison enjoys being able to entertain and show expression through the arts of acting and figure skating.
Since being involved in a short film, Madison has been an extra in feature films, "Finding Hope" , "Rockin' Reverend", and "Charlie: A Toy Story". Madison also had a speaking role in an Indy feature film "Sacrifice". She has done a Maytag commercial, and her largest role to date was a principal supporting role as Debby Day in the film "Dark Places." Madison wants to show her love for the arts through her creativity, and also give back to the community. She started her own non-profit charity, "Madison's Angels Of Hope", to help children born drug addicted.
Film by Gilles Paquet-Brenner (Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Actress Libby Day was only eight years old when her family was brutally murdered in their rural Kansas farmhouse. Almost thirty years later, she agrees to revisit the crime and uncovers the wrenching truths that led up to that tragic night.
Film by Scot Michael Walker (Comedy) Actress Robert Brown is an agnostic Shakespearean actor. His new girlfriend, Valerie, drags him to church after a night of pre-marital sin. He is impressed with the amount of money given to Valerie's church, and he's especially impressed with the reverend's $70,000 Hummer. Robert and his stoner friend, Gary, realize that being a preacher is a lot like acting - you memorize a monologue, you put on a costume, you do a show, and people give you money. So Robert and Gary decide to create their own church and Robert transforms into the Rockin' Reverend. His sermons are controversial, being an agnostic. As he becomes successful, he is tempted by greed, lust, and drugs. He must choose between being a rock star reverend or being a good father, loyal friend, faithful boyfriend. Written by Scot Michael Walker