Voice Chameleon

Miss Mac is Madelyn D. Commodore. Born in Cook County Illinois. Moved to California in 1969. Raised in Pasadena California. Graduated High School in 1979. After High school, Madelyn began a career in modeling. In 1984 Madelyn became a modeling instructor for a production Company called SAHMAC Production. And was a fashion show choreographer, set and prop designer.  Unexpectantly her modeling career took a turn towards acting which was granted her through a Hollywood beauty Pageant, placing her as the overall winner and title of Miss Hollywood in 1985. She won a contract to attend The Van Mar Academy of Motion Picture and Television Acting for 3 years. She also attended Weiss Barron Hill Acting School.  Furthering her education in acting she enrolled in Drama and Commercial workshops continuously throughout Los Angeles, Hollywood and North Hollywood, CA.

She also attained studies at Pasadena City College, studying (Modern Dance, Computer and French), UCLA Extention Course for Interior Design, Santa Monica College (Computers), Culver City Adult School (Tennis and Spanish), and West LA College (Professional Organizing.  

From the 90s through to 2006 Madelyn put her acting and modeling career on the back burner to become a talent agent representing Fashion and Commercial Models, Actors and Actresses, for Editorial and Commercial Print, Music Videos, TV Commercials, TV, Film and Theatre Work. 

 In 2007 Madelyn began doing TV Commercials, and Commercial Print work.  She took a leave of absence for four years, and then returned to the entertainment arena in 2011 doing TV Commercial and Print work, and is still currently working today.  Her most recent TV Commercial work currently running includes Humira, as a supporting actress, principle role in the MedMen "The New Normal" w/producer/director Spike Jonze and principle role in Google Duo commercial.

During the time of her absence from the entertainment arena, Madelyn is investing more time and energy developing her skills and ability doing what she loves, Voice-over, and re-establishing herself as an actress.

Madelyn is also an author, she published her first book titled "She Is Love" A reflective Journal for Women.  To place an order online visit www.iammissmac365,com 

Madelyn is the founder of Memory of a Child Production. She is the producer, narrative voice and the performer of the performances of the show for children and adults. Her hands-on work includes: script and songwriting, choreography, prop designs, and prop maker, hand puppetry, acting for the characters, Miss Mac and Grandma Sookie and all the voices heard.

Her first production show ever performed, was at the Madrid Theater in 2014. Filling a 400 seat theater with 350 in attendance. The show was sponsored by the Los Angeles Cultural Affairs of Los Angeles. She presented her storyboard and her show was selected along with others to take part in the summer performance show that takes place at the theater every year.  

Madelyn prides herself on her ability to creatively come up with ideas that engage children's participation, entertain and educate them in a healthy, fun loving and positive way.

Her second performance show for children was a Christmas puppet performance show for children at Bonnie B Bakery in the Inglewood, CA community, it too was a success.

Madelyn’s goal is to book voice-over work in many areas; such as TV Commercials, Cartoon and Animation, Video Games, Radio, Audiobooks and more! One of her greatest passions is to continue doing her production shows for children on a much broader scale in the future. Madelyn is currently working on a few projects that are to be released in the new year 2019 and 2020.      Scroll down to review more!

 

Storyboard presentation of Miss Mac Theater Show.

DVD of the Miss Mac show.

Christmas CD for children.

Popular character. Grandma Sookie the story teller.

Performing a skit with Skitto the laughing Monkey

Thank all of my supporters, Fans, Family and Friends.

Madelyn Commodore