Madison Riley
Birth Date:
September 22, 1994
Birth Place:
Edison, New Jersey, USA
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Grown Ups


American actress Madison Riley is known for playing roles in “Fired Up!” (2009), “Grown Ups” (2010), “The Prankster” (2010) and “Besties” (2012). She also has guest starred in the television series “'Til Death,” “Jonas,” “Pair of Kings,” “Two and a Half Men” and “White Collar.”


Childhood and Family:

Madison Riley was born Madison Riley Aplanalp on March 16, 1990, in Salt Lake City, Utah.

The Prankster


Madison Riley began her career in 2006. Her first film role was as a trendy girl in “Bratz” (2007), a live-action film based on the “Bratz” line of cartoon characters and dolls. She made her TV debut in 2008 in an episode of “'Til Death”. Next, she co-starred with Oliver James and Amber McDonald in “Without a Paddle: Nature's Calling” (2009), a direct-to-video spin-off from the 2004 film “Without a Paddle,” had a small role as Lily in the teen comedy film “Fired Up!” (2009) and appeared  in “Miss March” (2009), a comedy film directed by and starring Trevor Moore and Zach Cregger. She also portrayed Camie Poole in the Disney Channel Original Movie “Hatching Pete” (2009), starring Jason Dolley and Mitchel Musso, and made a guest appearance as Anya in an episode of “Jonas” (2009).

In 2010, Riley was cast as one of Rob Schneider's daughters, Jasmine Hilliard, on the buddy comedy movie “Grown Ups,” who was directed by Dennis Dugan, and written by Adam Sandler, who also stars in the film. Despite being heavily panned by critics, the film was a box office hit by grossing over  $271 million worldwide against a budget of $80 million. The same year, she starred alongside Matt Angel, Danny Max, Kunal Sharma, Preston Davis and Veronica Sixtos in the teen comedy movie “The Prankster,” portrayed Kim in the short film “Jim and Kim” and made a guest appearance in an episode of “Pair of Kings.”

In the following years, Riley appeared in the comedy/drama film “Prom” (2011), starring Aimee Teegarden, Thomas McDonell and DeVaughn Nixon, the Potsy Ponciroli directed comedy “Super Zeroes” (2012), in which she co-starred opposite Reece Thompson, Blaise Miller and Travis Nicholson, “Camp Fred” (2012), with Lucas Cruikshank, Jake Weary and Siobhan Fallon, and the drama/thriller “Besties” (2012), where she starred as Ashley. On television, she made a guest appearance as Britte in an episode of “Two and a Half Men” called “Grab a Feather and Get in Line” (2013) and portrayed Rochelle in the made for television “Watching the Wilsons” (2013).

Recently, in 2014, Riley appeared in an episode of “White Collar” named “Taking Stock.” She will play Dakota in the comedy film “Naomi and Ely's No Kiss List” (2014), directed by Kristin Hanggi. The film also stars Victoria Justice, Pierson Fode and Matthew Daddario.


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