Makenzie Vega

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Makenzie Vega
Born Makenzie Jade Vega
(1994-02-10) February 10, 1994 (age 20)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1999–present

Makenzie Jade Vega (born February 10, 1994) is an American actress. She is the younger sister of actress Alexa PenaVega.


At the age of five, Vega appeared regularly as the smallest child of Teddie Cochran (Geena Davis) in The Geena Davis Show. In 2000, she was cast as Annie, the Campbells’ precocious daughter[1] in The Family Man. The following year, Vega was seen again playing Chloe in Made which starred Vince Vaughn, Jon Favreau and Famke Janssen. In 2004, she played Diana Gordon, daughter of Dr. Lawrence Gordon (Cary Elwes) and Alison Gordon (Monica Potter) in the horror film Saw.[2] Her next movie was Sin City, in which she played young Nancy Callahan, alongside Bruce Willis. Vega then appeared in Just My Luck as Katy, starring Lindsay Lohan and McFly, and also in the summer blockbuster X-Men: The Last Stand as the Prison Truck Little Girl, where she was one of the forms that the shapeshifter Mystique took, as an unsuccessful ploy to fool the guards into letting her go. Currently, she plays Grace, the daughter of Alicia Florrick, portrayed by Julianna Margulies, in the CBS drama The Good Wife.


Year Film Role
1999 Dr. Quinn: Revolutions Maria
2000 Family Man, TheThe Family Man Annie Campbell
2000–01 Geena Davis Show, TheThe Geena Davis Show Eliza Ryan
2001 Made Chloe
2004 Saw Diana Gordon
2004 Chestnut: Hero Of Central Park Sal
2005 Sin City Young Nancy Callahan
2006 Just My Luck Katy Hardin
2006 X-Men: The Last Stand Prison Truck Little Girl
2006 Justice Mary Nicks
2007 In the Land of Women Paige Hardwicke
2007 Ghost Whisperer Becca Cahill
2009 ER Vera
2009–present Good Wife, TheThe Good Wife Grace Florrick


  1. ^ "Annie's not much of a violin player, but she tries real hard. She's a little precocious, but that's only because she says what's on her mind." imdb quotes
  2. ^ "It's Evening in America". Vanity Fair. May 2012. Page 158.

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