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Madeline Carroll

Madeline Carroll
Carroll at the 38th People's Choice Awards on January 11, 2012
Born Marissa Madeline Carroll
(1996-03-18) March 18, 1996
Los Angeles, California, U.S.A
Other names Maddy, Mads
Occupation Actress
Years active 2003–present
Website
.com.officialmadelinecarrollwww

Marissa Madeline Carroll (born March 18, 1996) is an American actress who was first noticed for her role as Molly Johnson in 2008's Swing Vote. Carroll had many supporting roles in various comedy and drama films. Carroll had her first film lead role opposite Callan McAuliffe, in the 2010 feature film Flipped.

Life and career

Carroll was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. Her mother is a homemaker and her father is a contractor. She has three brothers: Ned, Jack, and Dylan.

She began modeling when she was 3 years old. At 4½ years old she was discovered by her theatrical agent 'Wendy' in a nail shop in Sherman Oaks..[1]

She has appeared in a variety of television shows, including NCIS, Cold Case, Grey's Anatomy, Lie to Me, Night Stalker, Wanted and Lost. In film, she has appeared in The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause and Resident Evil: Extinction. Her first major role was in the 2008 movie Swing Vote, followed by The Spy Next Door in 2010 with Jackie Chan.[2] She has also appeared as Janie in Mr. Popper's Penguins. Also in 2010, she starred in a film adaptation of the novel Flipped by Wendelin Van Draanen. She has done many commercials advertising things such as Subway, Allstate, Avery NoteTabs, Mr. Clean, and Camp Rock Sweepstakes Back-to-School.

On February 14, 2013, it was announced that Carroll will have the lead role in The CW's drama Blink.[3]

Filmography

Year Title Character Notes
2003 Cold Case Gwen Deamer Episode: "Gleen"
2005 Hidden Howie: The Private Life of a Public Nuisance Riley Mandell TV pilot
2005 Night Stalker Julie Medlock 2 episodes: "Pilot", "The Source"
2005 Wanted Irene 2 episodes: "La pistola Y el corazón", "The Last Temptation"
2006 The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause Cocoa Disney Movie
2006 Passions Young Kay Episode: #1.1711
2006 All of Us Elizabeth Episode: "Domo Arigato, Mr. Roberto"
2006 When a Stranger Calls Allison Mandrakis
2007 Lost Annie Episode: "The Man Behind the Curtain"
2007 Goldfish Jenny Short Film
2007 Resident Evil: Extinction White Queen
2008 High School Musical: Get in the Picture Gabriela Montez ABC Realty Series, Main Role
2008 Swing Vote Molly Johnson
2008 Grey's Anatomy Ivy Soltanoff Episode: "In the Midnight Hour"
2009 Lie to Me Samantha Burch Episode: "Do No Harm"
2009 Cold Case Hillary Rhodes '63 Episode: "November 22"
2009 The Cleaner Sarah Episode: "The Things We Didn't Plan"
2009 Astro Boy Widget (voice)
2009 NCIS Angela Kelp Episode: "Child's Play"
2010 The Spy Next Door Farren Supporting Role
2010 Private Practice Maggie Episode: "Triangles"
2010 Flipped Juli Baker Sharing lead credit with Callan McAuliffe
2010 Café Elly
2010 Roshambo Madeline Post-production
2010 Vanilla Gorilla Nikki In-production
2011-2013 R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour Jillian and Audrey Episodes: "Nightmare Inn", and "Detention".
2011 Mr. Popper's Penguins Janie Popper
2011 Machine Gun Preacher Paige Childers
2012 The Magic of Belle Isle Willow O'Neil
2012 Shit Italian Moms Say Rosalie Short Film
2013 Blink Television series, pre-production
2014 Scandal Karen Grant Episode: "Mama Said Knock You Out"

References

  1. ^ "Madeline Carroll Interview at About.com". 
  2. ^ "Exclusive Interview with The Spy Next Door's Madeline Carroll". 
  3. ^ "The CW Drama Pilot 'Blink' Casts Its Lead". 

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