Madeleine is an Equity and SAG/AFTRA professional actress, who also sings, dances, and plays the drums and cajon. Her experience includes theatre, television, film, modeling and voiceovers. She recently was an Understudy for the role of Cathy Krohl in The Hard Problem at Lincoln Center Theatre. The show was written by Tom Stoppard and directed by Jack O'Brien. At age 6, Madeleine made her Broadway debut in Once the Musical, where she played the young daughter named Ivanka. She also played the parts of Young Jane/Adele in a developmental reading of Jane Eyre, produced by Cleveland Musical Theatre. She enjoys studying different dialects, as she lived in London for the first three years of her life.
While living in London, she started movement and dance classes at the young age of 2. After moving back to the USA at age 3 1/2, she was involved in local theatre and performed in shows such as, The Little Mermaid, High School Musical, a Broadway Review, Peter Pan, Pinkalicious, and Annie Jr.
She studies acting and improv on a regular basis, and also trains with Dance Molinari, focusing on: tap, ballet, theatre dance, hip hop, contemporary, stomp, lyrical and pointe. She also studies voice on a regular basis with the Magaziner Vocal Studio, Christy Tarr McVey and Broadway Youth Ensemble.
In addition, she is a Youth Advocate for Free2Luv, a non-profit anti-bullying organization where she uses her artistic voice to spread love and kindness.
She is proud to be represented by Shirley Grant Management.