Last year Maddie Hasson starred as the wily Willa on the Fox series and Bones spinoff, The Finder. She is soon to be seen playing a lead in the independent feature film Underdogs, the story of a hometown football rivalry, and most recently guest starred in the new NBC hit series Grimm.
Since the age of seven, Hasson has danced, sung and acted in pursuit of her dreams while living in her hometown of Wilmington, North Carolina. She has won numerous awards, including the prestigious choreographer Mia Michaels Scholarship at the Broadway Dance Center, and she was the Triple Threat Winner at Access Broadway. But it’s in acting where she found her true passion. Performing back to back in diverse roles in Cape Fear Academy productions and her local professional theatre, The Opera House Theatre, Hasson won praise for her performances in Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Anything Goes, Antigone, Vital Signs and Grey Gardens.
Hasson can also be seen in the DVD release of her first indie feature, God Bless America, written and directed by Bobcat Goldthwait, where she played Chloe.