Maddie Easley

Maddie Easley

Wyandotte Nation of Oklahoma


Maddie is a NYC-based actor and writer with a focus in Shakespeare and screenwriting. Originally from Kansas City, she is a recent is a recent graduate of the University of Evansville where she received her Bachelors in Performance and a Minor in Creative Writing.

Maddie is a member of the Wyandotte Nation of Oklahoma and seeks to incorporate her peoples’ stories into her artistic mediums to ensure recognition and healing through authentic, vulnerable storytelling. In performance, she is known for her comedic timing and bringing classical qualities to modern work. In writing, Maddie focuses on telling Native stories rooted in her Tribe’s traditions for audiences who may be unfamiliar with this country’s history. Maddie is an Actor’s Equity Member Candidate (EMC) and is eligible to join the screen actor’s guild, SAG-AFTRA. Recent roles include, “Corinne” in COWBOY FACE (Dixon Place Theatre), “Pocahontas” in THE TRUE STORY OF POCAHONTAS (Serenbe Playhouse), “Suffolk” in HENRY VI, Parts I, II, III (Great River Shakespeare Festival). Most recently she published an article which focused on the problematic use of Redface as satire in television. The article was chosen to be curated and made it to the top of the journal’s race and TV sections.

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