Madelyn Dundon

Madelyn Dundon is a film and stage actress hailing from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. She is a sophomore at West Virginia University, where she is studying at the School of Theatre and Dance on a full fine arts scholarship. Miss Dundon recently made her film debut in the feature film Getting Grace, in which she played the title character, Grace.  Getting Grace, directed by Daniel Roebuck, opened nationwide on March 23rd. to rave critic and audience reviews. 
On the stage, Dundon’s favorite roles have included Anne Frank in the Diary of Anne Frank, Ruth Sherwood in Wonderful Town, and Bonnie Jean in Brigadoon. In 2015 she was awarded first place in the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival Monologue Competition. She has most recently written and performed her one woman play Encountering Shakespeare: How Two Americans Saved the Bard at the Folger Shakespeare Library, where she is a certified reader. She is a trained singer, studying jazz vocals with Lou Lanza and classical voice at Moravian College and as a Choral Scholar with the world class Bach Choir of Bethlehem. Miss Dundon has studied classical ballet, modern dance, and jazz with the Pennsylvania Youth Ballet, the Rock School for Dance Education in Philadelphia, and the Alaska Dance Theatre.