Madison will be seen starring in the CMT comedy series Still The King opposite Billy Ray Cyrus. The show premieres June 12, 2016 and she plays his spunky, driven, and loving long lost daughter, Charlotte. The first role she ever booked was a spot on hit TV series Modern Family and her career has just taken off from there. This South Carolina born actress has immersed her creativity in television, film, and digital content, is inspired by Reese Witherspoon, and has a bright future ahead.

Colleen Bement: What can you share about your projects that you have in the works?

Madison Iseman: Unfortunately, i can't say too much. I'm currently working on a movie for television which should be released by fall 2016! It's a super sexy, dark, drama. I'm beyond excited, filming has been a blast!

Films in the works are Liza, Liza, Skies Are Grey and Marriage of Lies

CB: That film Liza, Liza, Skies Are Grey looks like a really cool story. Presumed looks intense. What can you share about these two films?

MI: Liza, Liza Skies Are Grey was one of the coolest projects I’ve worked on. Simply for the fact that it takes place in the 60's, so our wardrobe was absolutely stunning. I play a smaller, but key character, Nancy. Basically, the two leads run away from home and make pit-stops as they venture up the West Coast.

My character is an old friend of theirs from school, and they just happen to stop by while I'm holding a party celebrating another year California didn't fall into the ocean! It was such an honor to be able to work with Oscar winning director, Terry Sanders.

Presumed was recently bought by Lifetime and renamed Marriage of Lies.

The story revolves around the disappearance of Rachel's husband and her plead for innocence. I play Kinna, one of the students at the high school, also suspected of having something to do with the disappearance of Rachel's husband. It’s set to release on Lifetime May 21st at 8PM.

CB: I read that you were already creating short films in middle school.

Do you have aspirations of directing? Writing?

MI: In middle school, creating short films was one of the only ways to express my creativity and love for film since my school didn't have a drama program or anything related to it. I would love to direct someday, as well as writing and producing. I'm not too picky as to what I'm doing in this industry; I just love to create with people that share the same creativity.

Got her start on Modern Family

CB: I see you had a guest role in Modern Family. What was it like on the set with the cast and crew?

MI: My guest star on Modern Family was the very first thing I had ever booked, so you can imagine how excited I was! I watched the show before I lived in LA, and it was one of the shows I watched that made me aspire to become an actress, so finding out I had booked a spot on the show was probably one of the most exciting things to ever happen to me.

The entire cast and crew were absolutely amazing. They were all so nice and worked so well together. It made my first experience on a big set very easy.

Super hero would be Catwoman

CB: So many of my readers are geeks. Are you a fan of comics? If so, what is your favorite comic book series or super hero?

MI: I'm not a huge fan of comics, though I do love to read! My favorites are classic books (mostly the ones everyone hated to read in school). But, if I had to pick a super hero, it would definitely be Catwoman. She's pretty bad ass.

CB: What Celebrities inspire you? Do you have a role model?

MI: Reese Witherspoon is my all-time inspiration and role model. She is so believable and dynamic in her work, and as an actor, you can't ask for much more. Other actors I look up to are Emilia Clarke and Jennifer Anniston.