Madison Davenport stars in the new NBC comedy "Save Me" as Emily Harper, a girl whose mother has just discovered she can communicate with God.
Davenport, 16, is already an industry veteran, having acted professionally since the age of seven. She recently wrapped production on Darren Aronofsky's biblical epic "Noah," in which she plays the wife of Logan Lerman and co-stars with Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Emma Watson and Anthony Hopkins. Paramount will release the movie in 2014.
She was most recently seen starring opposite Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Kyra Sedgwick in Lionsgate's supernatural horror film "The Possession." On the small screen, she most recently appeared in the hit Showtime series "Shameless," where she delivered a memorable performance as an abused child bride.
At five years old, Davenport was inspired to pursue her love of acting and singing after being involved with her local community theater in Texas. Since then, she has guest-starred on "Numbers," "Bones," "ER," "CSI," "House," the pilot "Close to Home" and the TV movie "Amish Grace." Her breakout performance as Ruthie in the HBO Films release "Kit Kittridge," the first feature film in the American Girl franchise, garnered her a Young Artist Award for best performance in 2009.
Born in Texas, Madison currently resides in Los Angeles with her family.