Since she began her acting career on a relatively small scale in 2005, Madison Davenport has worked in the film and television industry and has appeared in over 40 films and television series. She is also a voiceover artist and has lent her voice to several video games and films.
She is an actress and singer who would easily be remembered for her role as Kate in From Dusk till Dawn: The Series from 2014 to 2016. Another of her remarkable roles is that of Ruthie Smithens in Kit Kittredge: An American Girl.
Apparently, Madison Davenport wants to take the industry by storm and starred in films alongside other Hollywood stars such as Emma Watson, Anthony Hopkins, to name but a few. She has been nominated for several prestigious awards, some of which she has won.
Below you will find details about the American actress, her biography, and everything you need to know about her career and private life.
Madison Davenport’s Biography
The actress was born as Madison Danielle Davenport on November 22, 1996, in San Antonio, Texas, United States of America. Although no information about her parents is available, Madison was definitely born to American parents and grew up in her hometown with her family, including her brother Gage Davenport. Granted, her nationality is American and she is of white descent.
Early Career and Rise to Fame
Madison Davenport, like most of her colleagues, began her career at a young age. She began with a small role in Conversations with Other Women in 2005 when she was 9 years old. Nevertheless, the small role paved the way for many bigger ones, which led to her appearances in TV series such as Numb3rs, Close to Home, CSI: NY, Shameless and Hot Properties.
The year 2006 brought her celebrity fame after she lent her voice to one of the characters in Over the Hedge. She played one of the porcupines in the movie called Quillo. In the same year, she also starred in several other movies and series, including 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 many films – Humboldt County, Kit Kittredge: An American Girl, Christmas Is Here Again, and more. Madison also had a voice-over appearance in Special Agent Oso.
The year 2010 brought Madison Davenport even more love. She starred in the movie Amish Grace, in which she played the role of a little girl (Mary Beth Graber) who got caught in the crossfire and died during a shootout at school. The actress also played in Jack and the Beanstalk and got a leading role in the TV movie Dad’s Home.
She received further prominent roles in 2011 with her guest appearance in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and a recurring role in the television series Shameless. In 2012 she played a supporting role in the film The Possession.
One of her notable roles is that of Na’el in the biblical epic Noah, a 2014 film by Darren Aronofsky, where she played with Anthony Hopkins, Jennifer Connelly, Emma Watson, and Russell Crowe, among others. Madison has received recognition and nominations for various awards for her outstanding achievements. She has also received some of the awards for which she has been nominated.
So far there is no indication that she is with anyone. Apparently, she is currently focusing on building her career, or alternatively, she does not want her love life to be in the public eye. Either way, Madison Davenport is not in a known relationship.
Everything You Need To Know About Madison Davenport
Although she quickly becomes a permanent face on the screens, there are so many things about her that her fans have yet to find out. In short, here is everything there is to know about Madison Davenport.
She is 1.6 m tall and has body measurements of 30-22-31.
The actress has only one known sibling, a brother named Gage.
Madison Davenport began acting at the age of 9.
She is a multi-talent who makes waves as an actress, singer, and voice artist.
Her net worth is not known, but we are sure that it is as impressive as her performances.
In 2008 Madison was nominated for an Annie Award and a Young Artist Award. The latter she won in the category Best Performance in a Feature Film – Young Ensemble Cast.