born actress and musician Madelyn Deutch began singing
duets at age 10 with heavyweights such as Dick Van Dyke, Wayne
Brady, and members of the cast of Frasier, Seinfeld and more.
high school years at the Los Angeles County High School for the
Arts, she became a nationally recognized singer, participating
in the Grammy Ensemble and Brubeck Summer Colony.
Monterey Jazz Festival's 50th Anniversary and receiving an
Award from Downbeat Magazine, Deutch
won the esteemed Silver Award
from the National Foundation for the Advancement of the Arts and
was granted a scholarship to the New School for Jazz and
Contemporary Music. After graduating from high school, Deutch
performed at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., in support
of the Presidential Scholars ceremony. She graduated with honors
in May 2011 from the New School University in New York City.
In the summer
of 2009, Deutch completed her first film and composed three
original songs for Mayor Cupcake, appearing alongside
Judd Nelson, her mother Lea Thompson and her sister Zoey Deutch.
She has since appeared in a number of films, including
Christmas Twister, starring Casper Van Dien; Like A
Country Song, starring Billy Ray Cyrus; Lowlifes,
starring Quinton Aaron; and The Dog Who Saved Easter,
starring Catherine Hicks.
Deutch’s award-winning equestrian skills can be seen in the role
of Alex, a streetwise exercise rider, in the upcoming film 50
to 1. The film is based on the true story of racehorse Mine
That Bird and his long-shot journey to the Kentucky Derby.