Madison Wolfe Biography

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Madison Wolfe

Not many young actresses can say they've worked with Oscar nominees Vera Farmiga, Bradley Cooper and Diane Lane, or shared the screen with Oscar winners Jennifer Lawrence, Robert De Niro and Helen Mirren, but that's a statement New Orleans resident Madison Wolfe can make.

Madison began her on-camera career in 2012 when she starred in On the Road with Kristen Stewart and Garrett Hedlund, and also appeared in the Will Ferrell-Zach Galifianakis comedy The Campaign.

She followed up a busy 2012 with her horror film debut in Devil's Due (2014). The genre is one Madison clearly gravitates towards, as her resumé indicates.

In 2014, Madison also got a taste for TV. She landed the role of Woody Harrelson's daughter Audrey Hart in the first season of the hit series True Detective.

Madison shifted back to the silver screen in 2015 when she starred alongside Katherine Heigl and Patrick Wilson in the crime comedy Home Sweet Hell.

She was also busy with three TV projects in 2015. She appeared in The Astronaut Wives Club, Scream: The TV Series and Zoo.

In 2015, Madison won a part in the Oscar-nominated Trumbo with Bryan Cranston, Diane Lane and Helen Mirren.

She was in a second Oscar-recognized film that year as well with Joy. The biopic, which is directed by David O. Russell, features Jennifer Lawrence, Robert De Niro and Bradley Cooper.

The comedy Keanu was Madison's first film of 2016. She also appeared in the chilling James Wan film The Conjuring 2, which reteams her with her Home Sweet Hell co-star Patrick Wilson. In the film, which is based on true events, Madison plays a young British girl named Janet Hodgson who is possessed by a demon.

Madison isn't the only actor in her family. Her younger sister Meghan is a talent in her own right and the girls even worked together on True Detective and Trumbo. Madison calls the experience of acting alongside her sister, "the coolest thing ever."

Despite her acting accomplishments, Madison first showed interest in writing and directing. As a child, she wrote scripts and directed her grandmother and aunt in various parts she created.

When she's not juggling the demands of school and work, Madison enjoys cheerleading, swimming, photography and horseback riding.

Filmography:

The Conjuring 2(2016)
Mr. Church(2016)
Keanu(2016)
Joy(2015)
Re-Kill (2015)
Trumbo(2015)
Home Sweet Hell(2015)
Devil's Due(2014)
Grace Unplugged(2013)
The Campaign(2012)
On the Road(2012)
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