Madison Prince is a Film and Television Actor and screenwriter, based in Los Angeles, California. She is of African American and First Nations Australian (Nyikina) descent. Though born and raised in Broome, remote Western Australia - Madison is a dual citizen of both Australia and the USA - allowing her to work freely between both countries.
Originally having her start as a child actor in Telemovies on Australia’s Nine Network, she has since starred in multiple independent films. Madison has professionally trained at notable institutions, such as the renowned Stella Adler Academy of Acting & Theatre in Hollywood, and the Identity School of Acting - a Los Angeles/ London based acting school catering to emerging actors of color. Madison has also worked closely with Claire Corff of Corff Voice Studios, undertaking private formal accent training.
Madison is an active member of Australians in Film. AiF is a Los Angeles based non-profit film and television foundation, supporting and promoting Australian screen talent.
Collaborating with other Indigenous Australian creatives in the USA: Madison is a founding member of the United Stages Collective. Consisting of writers, actors and producers - the United Stages Collective represents the untold stories of Australia.