Madeline Wise

Film/TV/Web: Whatever This Is  (dir. Adam Goldman –; Peacekeepers (dir. Charlie Reeves –; The Outs (dir. Adam Goldman –; The Lonliest (dir. Lilian Mehrel)

Theatre: The Bridge of San Luis Rey (Two River Theater), Far Away (Sharon Playhouse), Minor Character (Sharon Playhouse);Choice (Huntington Theatre); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Millbrook Playhouse); Heart’s Desire (Bard Theatre); Blue Kettle (Bard Theatre); What is the Cause of Thunder (Williamstown); William Shakespeare’s Mom (Ars Nova ANT Fest), Cooking to me is Poetry (Galapagos Art Space); I’m Miserable But Change Scares Me (The Brick), Kurt Vonnegut’s Galapagos (Parrish Art Museum), Parabola (JACK), PlayMoney (LaMAMA), Three Translations of Uncle Vanya (Invisible Dog).

Training: London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA), The Freeman Studios, Upright Citizens Brigade,Brook &Mary On-Camera Commercial Intensive, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Apprentice Company.

Music/Recording: Vocals on Chris Rubeo’s albums ‘Erin EP’ and ‘Ships and Sticks and Twine’; Vocals on ‘THIS IS 1565:Music from WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE’S MOM by New Saloon’; Backup vocals on the Sparrows’ album ‘Rattle Creak and Murmur’.

Special Skills: Stage combat (hand-to-hand, sword & dagger); conversational French & Spanish; accents (RP, London, Irish, German, Russian, American South, Minnesota, Brooklyn); dance (ballet, modern, jazz, historical); sailing/boating; some piano, xylophone, melodica; excellent swimmer; contralto singing voice; terrific congested/sick voice; USA passport.