Madison Burge

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Madison Burge
Born Dora Madison Burge
(1991-10-17) October 17, 1991 (age 23)
Hutto, Texas, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 2005–present

Madison Burge (born Dora Madison Burge on October 17, 1991) is an American actress. She is best known for her portrayal of the character Becky Sproles on the television series Friday Night Lights.

Life and career[edit]

Burge was born in Hutto, Texas[1] as the youngest of six children. She attended Round Rock Christian Academy and was accepted to the University of North Texas but delayed her admission to pursue a career in acting.[2] She's also an aspiring singer and lyricist who dabbles with banjo percussion.

After appearing in a number of short films, in 2009, Burge was cast in the television series Friday Night Lights. According to a local interview, prior to being cast, she did not watch the series, but her lack of familiarity with the show did not limit her abilities when auditioning for the part as she was "so right on" for the role.[2]

In 2011, Burge appeared in the film Seven Days in Utopia.[3] and appeared as Lexi Samuels in three episodes of the ABC Family series The Lying Game.

Also in 2011, Burge appeared in the dark comedy/horror film "Humans vs Zombies",[4] based on the Live Action Role-Playing game of the same name.

In 2012, Burge appeared in the family movie Cowgirls n Angels and actually performed some of the stunts on horseback.

2013 movie releases include another family movie My Dog Champion.

In 2013, Burge made an appearance on a music video for the song "Mono" by My Jerusalem. She has also joined the final season of Dexter as Vince Masuka's daughter Niki.

In 2014, Burge appeared in seven episodes of Star-Crossed.[5] In the same year portrayed Dora in the Sasquach horror film Exists under the direction of Eduardo Sánchez.[6]


Friday Night Lights 2009 – 2011


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