How did Mads Lewis get famous? Her Age, Height, Facts, Dating

Who is Mads Lewis?

American actress and social media personality Madison ‘Mads’ Lewis, was born under the zodiac sign Capricorn on 24 December 2002, in Arizona USA. She’s appeared in 12 movies and TV series, and is probably known best for starring as Birdie in all 16 episodes of the comedy series “Chicken Girls: College Years”, which also stars Sterling Monett and Indiana Massara, and has been airing since 2022; it follows Birdie and Rooney who’ve just enrolled at Provincetown University.

Madison’s today quite active in the film industry, and is currently shooting for the upcoming movie “Breed of Greed”.

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Education and early life

Madison was raised in Arizona alongside her brother Dakota and sister Riley Lewis, with Madison being the youngest of the triplets; she’s yet to speak about her parents because she respects their privacy, but it’s believed that they’re businesspeople.

Madison became interested in dancing, singing and acting at a very early age, and was 14 when she made her debut film appearance, playing Lady Maybeline in the 2017 comedy “Alexander IRL”, which starred Simon Rex, Mikaela Hoover and Ryan Whitney, and was directed by K. Asher Levin. It follows the lives of two entirely different brothers, as Alex is a straight A’s student while EJ’s wasting his life. Madison’s been active in the film industry ever since.

She matriculated from a local high school in 2022, and then chose to focus on her career over pursuing a college degree.

Roles in movies

Madison starred in two music videos in 2017: “Annie LeBlanc: Ordinary Girl” and “Annie LeBlanc: Little Things”, and the following year saw her play Bridie in the popular comedy “Chicken Girls: The Movie”, which starred Hayden Summerall, Hayley LeBlanc and Julie LeBlanc, and was directed by K. Asher Levin. It follows the new principal of Attaway High who’s just banned singing and dancing at school, and is now also trying to cancel Spring Fling; the film won one of its three award nominations.

In 2019, Madison reprised her role as Birdie in the family drama “Intern-in-Chief”, which starred Kennedy Walsh, Kianna Naomi and Jules LeBlanc, and was directed by Jd Dominguez. It follows Rhyme and Effie as they’re about to spend the summer working as fashion interns at the magazine “Tres Chic”.

The year 2020 saw Madison play Zombie in the short musical comedy “Zombies 2: The Collab”, starring alongside Sofie Dossi and Ben Azelart; the short film was directed by Elek Hendrickson, lasts only three minutes and shows a group of zombies.

Madison’s only other movie role has been playing Mads in the 2020 short music video “Josh Richards feat. Bryce Hall: Still Softish”.

Roles in TV series

Madison’s debut TV series role was playing Melissa in the 2019 episode “The Student Government Slaying” of the popular crime drama “Solve”, which was created by Tom Wright and Adam Lederer in 2018, and today stars Cameron Kelly, Chris Kircher and Katie Campbell; it follows a group of detectives as they’re solving crimes together.

In 2022, Madison played Female Host in the episode “Keg of Light Beer, $180” of the comedy “Home Economics”, which starred Jimmy Tatro, Caitlin McGee and Topher Grace, and was created by John Aboud and Michael Colton. It follows the lives of three grown-up siblings and the series was nominated for four awards.

From 2017 through 2022, Madison portrayed Birdie in 60 episodes of the family comedy “Chicken Girls”, which starred Brooke Elizabeth Butler, Jules LeBlanc and Hayley LeBlanc, and follows Rhyme and her friends who are all members of the dance troupe ‘The Chicken Girls’; the series won one of its six award nominations.

Madison’s only other role has been playing Kristen in the 2023 episode “Eyeballs” of the crime mystery “CSI: Vegas”, which was created by Jason Tracey back in 2021 and today stars Mandeep Dhillon, Matt Lauria and Paula Newsome. It follows a team of forensic investigators as they’re preserving justice in Sin City, and the series has won one of its two award nominations.

Other credits

Madison received special thanks for the 2022 short movie “Concept”.

Some of her recent talk-show appearances have been in “The Arroyo Show”, “Chicken Girls: The Docuseries” and “Teens Wanna Know”.

Love life and relationships

Madison doesn’t shy away from sharing the details of her love life on her social media accounts, and it’s widely known that she’s today in a relationship with American social media star Christian Plourde; he’s followed by over 380,000 people on TikTok, and all his videos combined have amassed more than 14 million likes, with most featuring him playing basketball, working out at the gym and spending time with Madison.

Prior to meeting Christian, Madison dated American social media stars Charles Gitnick and Jaden Hossler.

There are no other men whom Madison’s perhaps been with, that we know about; she’s in a relationship with Christian Plourde as of November 2023, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Madison’s highly popular on the internet, and over 12.5 million people are following her on TikTok today, while all her videos combined have amassed nearly 500 million likes; most feature her spending time with her boyfriend, telling jokes and pranking her friends. There are six million people following Madison on Instagram today, and she’s posted nearly 300 pictures and videos onto the network.

She’s currently working on her poetry book, set to be released in 2024.

Madison likes to draw and is quite talented; she often shows off her drawings in her Instagram content.

She loves animals and has a pet cat.

Madison works out at the gym nearly every day.

One of Madison’s favorite actresses is Cameron Diaz, and a couple of her favorite films are “Knight and Day”, “Charlie’s Angels” and “Bad Teacher”.

Height, age and net worth

Madison’s age is 20. She has blue eyes and brown hair, weighs around 120lbs (54kgs) and is 5ft 5ins (1.65m) tall.

Madison’s net worth’s been estimated at over $2 million, as of November 2023.

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