Bailee Madison Net Worth is estimated to be over $6 Million dollars. Bailee Madison is an American actress and singer. She first gained acclaim for her role as May Belle Aarons in the fantasy drama film Bridge to Terabithia. Madison received further recognition for her starring roles as Isabelle in the war drama film Brothers (2009), Sally Hurst in the horror film Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark. On television, she appeared as Maxine Russo in the fantasy sitcom ‘Wizards of Waverly Place’.
Bailee Madison Net Worth
|Net Worth||$6 Million|
|Liabilities & Loans||$750,000|
Bailee Madison’s Salary
For her roles in Films, Bailee Madison earns up to $250,000 salary. However, for the television roles she starred in, Bailee Madison earns $60,000 per episode. In the past year, Bailee Madison has earned over $800,000 in annual salary through her various projects.
Bailee Madison’s House
Bailee Madisonlives in her 7,600 square-foot luxury house located in down town New York City. Bailee Madison has bought this property for a price of $2 Million dollars. Bailee Madison’s house is fitted with 2 Bedrooms,3 Bathrooms.
Exclusive Facts about Bailee Madison
|Favorite Actor||Tom Cruise|
|Favorite Dish||Fried Chicken|
|Favorite Music Artist||Micheal Jackson|
|Favorite Holiday Destination||Switzerland|
Bailee Madison’s Cars
Bailee Madison has recently bought a Audi RS Q8 for $600,000 USD. Bailee Madison also owns a Volvo XC90 that cost him $180,000 USD. A Few other cars owned Bailee Madison are listed below.
- Jaguar XE
- Range Rover Evoque
- Mercedes-Benz EqC
Bailee Madison’s Early Life
Madison was born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the youngest of seven children. She has four brothers and two sisters. Her older sister, Kaitlin Vilasuso, is also an actress. Her mother is Patricia Riley. She began her career when she was two weeks old, appearing in an Office Depot commercial.
Since then, she has appeared in several national commercials for major companies including Disney, SeaWorld, and Cadillac. She also serves as a national youth spokesperson for the childhood-cancer charity Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation.
Bailee Madison’s Career
Madison made her major motion picture debut in the drama film Lonely Hearts, in which she plays Rainelle, a girl thrown into the midst of a world of crime. Madison also has a significant role in the Disney fantasy drama film Bridge to Terabithia, portraying May Belle Aarons, the younger sister of the lead male character played by Josh Hutcherson.
Madison had a small role in Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles during the season 1 finale, “What He Beheld”, as a girl who becomes part of a short-lived hostage situation. In the DVD extras, it is said that they thought about changing the role slightly because of its violent nature, but she insisted that they not.
She is seen in Conviction (2010), playing the younger version of Hilary Swank’s character, Betty Anne Waters. She can be seen in the episode “Locum” from Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as Mackenzie Burton, a girl who was adopted and feels like she is only filling the place of her parents’ older daughter who was abducted years ago.
Also in 2010, Madison starred in her first leading role in the supernatural horror film Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark. She starred alongside Katie Holmes and Guy Pearce, portraying the role of Sally Hurst, a lonely withdrawn child who is sent to live with her father and his new girlfriend.
In 2011, Madison had a recurring role in the Disney Channel sitcom Wizards of Waverly Place as Maxine, the girl form of Max Russo. She also appeared in Just Go with It, alongside Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston, as Maggie Murphy, a young girl who wants to become an actress.
In 2018, Madison portrayed the role of Kinsey, a rebellious child in the slasher film The Strangers: Prey at Night. She starred alongside Christina Hendricks and Martin Henderson, as her parents. Although the film received a mixed response from critics, Madison’s performance was praised and was relatively successful at the box office./
Awards won by Bailee Madison
- Movieguide Award
- Saturn Award
- Fangoria Chainsaw Award