Since she launched her acting career on a relatively small scale in 2005, Madison Davenport has been active in the movie and TV industry and has appeared in over 40 films and TV series. Additionally, she is also a voice artist and has lent her voice to some video games and films.
She is an actress and singer who would easily be remembered for playing Kate in From Dusk till Dawn: The Series from 2014 to 2016. Another one of her remarkable roles is as Ruthie Smithens in Kit Kittredge: An American Girl.
Apparently, Madison Davenport is out to take the industry by storm, starring in movies alongside other Hollywood stars like Emma Watson, Anthony Hopkins to mention a few. She has been nominated for several prestigious awards, some of which she won.
Find out details about the American actress, her biography and everything you need to know about her career and personal life below.
Madison Davenport’s Biography
The actress was born Madison Danielle Davenport on November 22, 1996, in San Antonio, Texas, United States. Though no information is available about her parents, Madison was definitely born to American parents and grew up in the same city of her birth alongside her family including her brother Gage Davenport. Admittedly, her nationality is American and she is of white ethnicity.
Early Career and Rise to Fame
Madison Davenport, just like most of her counterparts, started her career at an early age. She took off with a small role in Conversations with Other Women in 2005 when she was 9 years old. Nonetheless, the little role paved the way for many bigger ones, leading to her appearance in television series including Numb3rs, Close to Home, CSI: NY, Shameless, and Hot Properties.
2006 brought her prominent fame after lending her voice to one of the characters in Over the Hedge. She played as one of the porcupines in the film named Quillo. She also starred in a few more films and series the same year one of which is her role in Bones where she made a guest appearance as Megan.
Legion of Super Heroes and While the Children Sleep came in 2007 while 2008 was a very busy year for the actress. She appeared in ER in addition to a lot of film credits – Humboldt County, Kit Kittredge: An American Girl, Christmas Is Here Again and more. Madison also did a voice over gig in Special Agent Oso.
2010 brought more love to Madison Davenport who went on to star in the movie Amish Grace where she played the role of a little girl (Mary Beth Graber) who was caught in a crossfire during a school shooting and dies. The actress also appeared in Jack and the Beanstalk and grabbed a major role in the television movie Dad’s Home.
More prominent roles came her way in 2011 with her guest appearance in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and a recurring role in television series Shameless. In 2012, she starred in a supporting role in the film The Possession.
One of her remarkable roles is as Na’el in the biblical epic film Noah, a 2014 film directed by Darren Aronofsky. She appeared with the likes of Anthony Hopkins, Jennifer Connelly, Emma Watson as well as Russell Crowe. For her stellar performances, Madison has received recognition and nominations for different awards. She has also clinched a few of the accolades for which she has been nominated.
So far, there’s no indication that she’s dating anyone. Apparently, she’s focused on building her career at the moment or alternatively, she doesn’t want the public eye on her love life. Either way, Madison Davenport is not in any known relationship.
Everything You Need To Know About Madison Davenport
Though she’s fast becoming a regular face on the screens, there are so many things about her that her fans are yet to find out. In a nutshell, here’s everything there is to know about Madison Davenport.
She has a height of 1.6 m to go with body measurements of 30-22-31.
The actress has only one known sibling, a brother named Gage.
Madison started acting at the age of 9.
She’s multitalented, making waves as an actress, singer as well as voice artist.
Her net worth is not known but we are sure it’s as impressive as her performances.
In 2008, Madison got nominated for an Annie Award and a Young Artist Award. She won the latter in the category of Best Performance in a Feature Film – Young Ensemble Cast.