Madison Hu is an aspiring Hollywood actress whose role as Frankie in the Disney Channel series Bizaardvark not only revealed her hidden talents and potential but also made her known to a wider audience. The young actress was first introduced to us in 2013 when she played a supporting role in Jason Batman’s comedy film Bad Words, but her first television appearance in 2011 was I Kid, where she starred alongside Brad Garrett. She later appeared as Marci in the Disney Channel 2015 series Best Friends Whenever in the role of Marci.
Who Is Madison Hu?
Madison Zirui Hu was born on June 2, 2002, in Longview, Texas, to parents of Chinese descent. Her parents moved to Southern California when she was only two years old. Hu has an older brother who was born in China.
She has been an actress since she was seven years old. She actually got her first acting role through a friend who had a film manager who got her roles. Hu used to follow her friend to rehearsals, and at one of her rehearsals, the manager thought it would be wise to get her a role as well, and so she finally got her big screen.
Her first television appearance was in 2011 when she appeared in a supporting role in I Kid alongside Brad Garrett. Her lead role came two years later as a spelling contestant in Jason Batman’s comedy Bad Words. In the same year, she starred in The Goldbergs and the following year (2014) in Tosh.0, and also starred in several episodes of Grace and Frankie and The Kicks.
In 2016 she was given the role of Frankie in the Disney Channel series Bizaardvark, which is the most prominent role in her acting career to date. She played the leading role alongside Olivia Rodrigo, who played the role of Paige. The chemistry between the duo on screen was so good that one might think they had been friends long before the lead role in the series, but in reality, they only met for the first time during the audition, but according to the “nobody believes us”. Although Madison started playing piano when she was about seven or eight years old, she played guitar for the first time in the series and liked it. According to her, the show grew her love of music by playing the guitar, singing, and performing in front of people. Her best music genres are pop and rap music.
Like most other celebrity actors and actresses, she has a large fan base on social media. Her friends on Instagram are based on over 700,000, on Twitter she has over 74,000, and on Facebook, she has almost 10,000 followers. So you can follow her on her social media sites, like her, and connect with her.
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Everything You Need To Know About Her
Full Name: Madison Zirui Hu
Birth: She was born under the sun to sign Gemini on June 2, 2002, in Longview, Texas, as an American of Asian-American descent.
Body measurements: Madison stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches and weighs 48 kg.
Hair and Eye Color: She has both dark brown hair and eyes.
Madison has a dog named Marshmallow, which she nicknamed Swamp and Doll, and which she likes to cuddle. Interestingly, she loves cats but is allergic to them.
Her hobbies include swimming, skating, hanging out with friends, and playing guitar and piano. Actually, she had already thought of going professional ice skating as a child.
Hu is also interested in stand-up comedy, she started doing it in 2014. For the television series Bizaardvark, she is doing a lot of hard work. She attends rehearsals three times a week and shoots twice a week.
She is a gourmet, loves strawberries and the word she describes is an egg.
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Madison Hu is the only member of her family born in the USA. Her older brother, who is ten years older than her, was born in China.
The Bizaardvark star also does charity work. She is involved with a charitable organization called No Kid Hungry, which works to feed poor children. In 2017 she supported the women’s march.
She loves short hair. Nike once gave her some branded clothes.
Madison Hu likes to watch Russian soap operas and wonders if she understands Russian? Well, she watches them with her neighbors, who probably interpret for her when she’s not subtitled.