Madison Iseman's Southern charm and infectious smile made her an instant hit with audiences when she joined the cast of the family sitcom "Still the King" (CMT, 2016-) in 2016. Born in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina in 1994, Iseman was enthused about acting from the time she was a small child. Since her school did not offer a drama program, the aspiring thespian would create homemade horror movies as a creative outlet. By the age of 16, Iseman was ready to graduate early, heading to Los Angeles with her mother Susan to pursue a professional acting career. One of her first big breaks was being cast as a co-host on the AwesomenessTV.com web series "Mahomie Madness" in 2013. She would make a small appearance in the film "Second Chances" that same year. In 2014, Iseman made a guest appearance on the massively popular sitcom "Modern Family" (ABC, 2009-), followed by a three-episode run on the Nickelodeon series "Henry Danger" (Nickelodeon, 2014-). Iseman landed her role as the daughter of a washed-up country music star on "Still the King" shortly thereafter, and with her notoriety increasing, by the next year she was co-starring with Dwayne Johnson in "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" (2017).