Madison Martin is a passionate actor driven by the story, consistently working to create real living, breathing characters with purpose. Meisner trained, she values specific point of views, impulsive creativity, and most importantly always listening and responding to the other actor.
A recent graduate of Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, she received her BFA in Drama. Before moving to Los Angeles, she spent the last four years intensively studying with The Meisner Studio and Stonestreet Film and Television Studios in New York City while taking private voice lessons with Jack Lee. She had the distinct opportunity to train under Victoria Hart and Shanga Parker for the Meisner Studio’s production of William Inge’s Picnic, after previously being seen in NYU Tisch’s production of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.
Before New York University, she worked with DogTown Theatre Company, in their two-person production of Salt Water Moon and had the pleasure of other projects such as premiering the title role in Ramon Esquivel’s play Luna, originating a part in a modern adaptation of Reigan, and tackling Restoration theatre as “Margery Pinchwife” in The Country Wife. She also has enjoyed multiple musical leading roles in productions such as Chicago, You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown, Guys and Dolls, and Urinetown among others.