Madison Pettis got her big break at 8 years old with her very first film, playing the daughter of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson in Disney's hit family comedy, "The Game Plan". Now all grown up, Madison has an extensive list of acting credits and over 20 million followers on social media. Soon she can be seen starring in upcoming projects, "Margaux", a horror-thriller, and coming-of-age-film "Deltopia". Recently she starred in two Netflix films, "He's All That" and "American Pie: Girls' Rules". Madison also starred in the Kerry Washington/Jon Avnet-produced "Five Points" for Facebook Watch. She also guest-starred on "Law & Order: SVU", "Parenthood", "The Real O'Neals", and had a recurring role on "The Fosters" among others. Inspiring millennials to register and vote, Madison served as a celebrity ambassador for Rock the Vote. In her first tv series, Madison was Disney Channel's youngest star in the role of Sophie the President's daughter on "Cory in the House". In a crossover episode, she guest starred on "Hannah Montana", which led to the producers offering her a starring role in her second series, "Life With Boys" for Teen Nickelodeon which aired in 86 countries worldwide. Madison has worked with many notable names in the business, including Will Smith in "Seven Pounds", Mahershala Ali in USA's "The 4400", and many more. Her talents also include numerous voiceover animation roles. She starred in nearly 100 episodes as the voice of "Izzy" in Disney's "Jake and the Never Land Pirates". Other credits include a recurring role on "Fancy Nancy" produced by Tina Fey, as well as "Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2 & 3" and more. Madison has the honor of being the youngest entertainer invited to tour for the USO and has traveled around the world to support our troops and their families.
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