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Madeline Weinstein


Madeline Weinstein was born in New York City and graduated from Northwestern University with a BA in Theater. In 2014 she made her Broadway debut alongside Maggie Gyllenhaal, Ewan McGregor, Cynthia Nixon, and Josh Hamilton in Tom Stoppard's The Real Thing directed by Sam Gold. She is based in New York City. She would also like everyone to know she... See full bio »
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(2017)
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(2018)
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 2018 Kappa Force (TV Series) (post-production)
Jen Silver
 2017 Hair Wolf (Short) (completed)
Rebecca
 2017 Shades of Blue (TV Series)
Female Intern
- The Quality of Mercy (2017) ... Female Intern
 2017 Beach Rats
Simone
 2017 Blue Bloods (TV Series)
Carla Redding
- Genetics (2017) ... Carla Redding
 2015 Elementary (TV Series)
Allie Newmeyer
- T-Bone and the Iceman (2015) ... Allie Newmeyer

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