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Mackenzie was born in Florida and from the beginning demonstrated a keen ability to entertain and perform. At the tender age of four, Mackenzie booked her first commercial in Texas. She enjoyed is so much the work couldn't come in fast enough for her. At the age of 5, Mackenzie received representation offers in New York and Los Angeles and Mackenzie chose to work in Los Angeles. In 2006, her family made the move to California and since her arrival, Mackenzie has consistently kept busy. Mackenzie has graced the screen in commercials for COX, AT&T, Anna's Linens, QuikTrip, Home Goods, Intuniv, McDonalds, Walmart, Barilla Pasta (where her dialogue was in German) and many others. Mackenzie can be seen in the feature films, The Family Fang, A Winter Rose, Deadtime Stories, Shuffle, Growth, Four Christmases and National Treasure 2. Mackenzie has worked on several short films including "Theodora", "Turn Around" and "The Passenger". Several of Mackenzie's most memorable television roles have been her role as Savannah Weaver on the hit FOX TV Series, "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles" and Megan on "The Middle. Mackenzie is also represented by the Zuri Modeling agency and can be seen in ads for Mattel, Monnalisa, Intuniv, State Street Global Advisors, Zyrtec, Hanna Andersson, Vera Bradley and Disney.
Outside of her career, Mackenzie enjoys Art, Fashion Design, Singing, Aerial and Contortion Arts.
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