|Born||September 16, 1985|
|Hometown||New Haven, Connecticut, United States|
|Parents||Dennis Zima , Marie Zima|
Doom Patrol showrunner breaks down Casey Brinke's debut and the relevance of Danny the Street
- Jeremy Carver talks about the "nuance" Madeline Zima brings to the bright-eyed new superhero, and why it made sense to show that "even the safe space isn't entirely safe."
Netflix Orders ‘Grendel’ Series Based On Dark Horse Comic With Abubakr Ali To Star, 8 More Cast
EXCLUSIVE: Netflix has given an eight-episode series order to Grendel, a series based on the masked vigilante from Matt Wagner’s popular, award-winning Dark Horse comic book series, with Abubakr Ali (Power Book II: Ghost, Katy Keene) set to star in the titular role. With Ali’s casting, he becomes the first Arab Muslim male actor to […]Thanks for your feedback!
Gravitas Ventures Acquires ‘Insight’ & ‘One And The Same’; Cleopatra Entertainment Lands ‘Baphomet’ – Film Briefs
Gravitas Ventures has picked up the North American rights for a day-and-date release of Insight, an action film produced and directed by Livi Zheng. Ken Zheng wrote the screenplay and stars alongside Madeline Zima, Sean Patrick Flanery, John Savage, Adam Huss, Tony Todd, and Keith David. Set to be released on March 12, the film […]Thanks for your feedback!
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The Biggest '90s Child Actors, Then and Now
The '90s were a great decade to be a talented kid. Child actors were winning Academy Awards, pulling in huge box office takes, and becoming bona fide media moguls. But we all have to grow up sometime. And while some of these show business veterans are still at the top of the Hollywood A-list, others have left their acting days in the past. Keep reading to find out how the biggest child actors of the '90s skyrocketed to fame in the first place and what they're up today. And to see what's new withThanks for your feedback!
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'The Nanny' cast reunites for a Zoom table read
In a video entitled “The Nanny Episode 1: Pandemic Table Read," the sitcom's co-creator and star, Fran Drescher, was joined for a table read of the premiere episode by her ex-husband and co-creator, Peter Marc Jacobson, as well as her former co-stars Charles Shaughnessy (Maxwell Sheffield), Daniel Davis (Niles), Lauren Lane (C.C. Babcock), Nicholle Tom (Maggie Sheffield), Benjamin Salisbury (Brighton Sheffield), Alex Sternin (Eddie), Renee Taylor (Sylvia Fine), Madeline Zima (Grace Sheffield), DThanks for your feedback!
‘The Nanny’ Cast Reunites for Virtual Table Read of Pilot Episode
The cast of beloved '90s sitcom "The Nanny" joined forces via Zoom on Monday for a table read of the show's pilot, bringing fans nostalgia and entertainment in self-isolation. Posted to Sony Pictures' YouTube channel, the 30-minute video features original cast members Fran Drescher, Charles Shaughnessy, Lauren Lane, Daniel David, Nicholle Tom, Benjamin Salisbury, Madeline […]Thanks for your feedback!
Berlin: Kew Media Boards Adam Huss Thriller ‘Painkillers,’ Adds Docs
Kew Media has added a trio of titles to its slate for the EFM, including thriller “Painkillers,” which stars Adam Huss (“Power”), Madeline Zima (“Californication”), Grant Bowler (“True Blood”), Debra Wilson (“Bodied”) and Mischa Barton (“The O.C.”). The movie follows a brilliant surgeon (Huss) struggling to come to terms with the death of his son. […]Thanks for your feedback!
Mischa Barton Joins ‘Painkillers’; Cameron Bright & Kristinia DeBarge Cast In ‘Conundrum: Secrets Among Friends’
<em>The O.C.</em> alum <strong>Mischa Barton</strong> has been cast in the Roxy Shih-directed indie drama <em>Painkillers</em> from Lone Suspect and Title Media. Starring Adam Huss, Madeline Zima, Grant Bowler and Debra Wilson, the pic follows John Clarke (Huss), a brilliant surgeon who, after a terrible car crash in which his son dies, is tormented by guilt and becomes prey to an unbearable physical pain. When his marriage starts to disintegrate, John soon finds out that the only thing that cThanks for your feedback!
Adam Huss, Madeline Zima & Grant Bowler To Topline Indie Drama ‘Painkillers’
<strong>EXCLUSIVE</strong> <em>: Power</em> actor Adam Huss, Madeline Zima, and Grant Bowler have signed on to star in <em>Painkillers</em>, an indie drama from director Roxy Shih ( <em>The Tribe</em>). Written by Giles Daoust, the film also co-stars Debra Wilson ( <em>Mad TV</em>) and <em> American Horror Story</em>‘s Naomi Grossman. The story follows brilliant surgeon John Clarke (Huss) who, after a terrible car crash in which his son dies, is tormented by guilt and becomes prey to an unbearaThanks for your feedback!
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The three kids from “The Nanny” are all grown up and living their best lives, 24 years later
When one thinks of The Nanny, the beloved CBS sitcom that ran from 1993 to 1999, one tends to think of Fran…Thanks for your feedback!
First Look: The Vampire Diaries' 1940s Trip Means Salvatores in Uniform, [Spoiler]'s Return!
We think you’re going to really enjoy this gallery: The Vampire Diaries flashes back to 1940s New Orleans in the Dec. 6 episode (The CW, 8/7c), and we’ve got a sneak peek at Stefan and Damon as World War II [...]Thanks for your feedback!