Actress Madison Iseman debuted in the 2013 film Second Chances. This was followed by performances in short films. The following year, she appeared on television for the first time in an episode of Modern Family. In 2015, she starred in the web series The Social Experiment. That same year, she had roles in the films Despair Sessions, The Better Half, Tales of Halloween, and Ghost Squad.
She continued her TV work with guest roles on Henry Danger, Kirby Buckets, The Real O’Neals, and Those Who Can’t. In 2016, she starred in the feature film Laid in America, followed by a role in the independent film 48 Hours to Live. Adding to her productive career, she also had roles in the TV movies I Know Where Lizzie Is and Killer Coach. From 2016 to 2017, she played Charlotte on Still the King.
Afterward, she gained mainstream attention for her role as Bethany Walker in the blockbuster film Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. She also starred in the drama film Beauty Mark, after which she appeared in the made-for-television movie The Rachels. In 2018, she starred as Beth in the comedy film Feast of the Seven Fishes and played Sarah Quinn in Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween.
The young star maintains a healthy body by eating well and working out. Living an active life has been part of her lifestyle since she was young. “My mom was an athletic instructor, so I hated working out at first because she was always trying to get me to the gym,” said the actress. “Back then she would do personal training and teach Pilates plus Zumba. Now she teaches spin and various [full-body] workout classes.”
More recently, she enjoys doing yoga and attends barre classes as well. She even got into weight training. “I’m usually doing a little bit of everything in the gym and have days in which I focus specifically just on my arms, legs, back or chest,” she added.