Maggie grew up in North Carolina, where at the age of 15 she began print modeling. Upon joining Evolution Talent Agency she was introduced to other agencies across the country and asked to take acting classes in order to help her bridge the gap into commercial modeling. She then joined her high school drama team and fell in love with acting, stirring up a life-long and long-dormant passion in her. When she realized how much she loved the work and the talent she had, she went full speed ahead and was able to add 12 shows to her resume by graduation.

Maggie spent two summers in New York City modeling and working with Frontier Booking International for commercial work. The second summer she divided her time going on castings and studying at the prestigious Circle In The Square’s summer theater conservatory program.

In 2009, she moved to the city to attend NYU for a BFA in Theater. She began her training in the Meisner Studio and was selected to spend a semester in London studying Shakespeare at the world-renowned Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts. She finished up her college career studying film and television acting at Stonestreet Studios. Maggie completed her degree a semester early with honors (and a 3.7 GPA). She is a proud graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.

Since her start, she has been in national commercials for network TV and on the web, many editorials, school plays, non-union theater and most recently begun building the television credits on her resume. She has taken to producing female-led accessible low budget Shakespeare.

A Brooklyn resident and nearing New Yorker status as her 10 year anniversary with this great city looms ahead - Maggie is an actor, multidisciplinary artist and advocate for kids. She is also a producer, teaching artist and babysitter. Maggie loves to travel; she loves fashion, painting, singing, and is conversational in French. Maggie is hardworking, driven and fully committed to excellence not only in her craft but in everything she does.

Maggie works with Bercy Talent Management (manager) and Innovative Artists (commercial). She also spent the summer of 2011 working with The Osbrink Agency in LA and returned to work with them for Pilot Season 2014. She is currently looking for new legit representation.

Maggie is a co-founder of the new No Name Collective. She is a member of SAG-AFTRA.