Madisen Hill is from a small town in Missouri. Her love for performing began at the age of 8 after taking her first dance class. She loved it so much that she began competing on the Rising Stars Dance Team, and then furthered her dance cultivation at the Professional Dance Center in St. Louis. It was there that she also found a love for acting and musical theater.
Working as an actor, dancer and singer, you can find Madisen in many commercials. You can also see her in BooBoo Stewart’s (“Twilight” saga) music video “Rainy Day” and Miranda Cosgrove’s (Nickelodeon) “Dancing Crazy” music video, along with many others. She had a supporting role in the film “The New Republic” and in two short films, “Summer Campbell” and “Summer.”
Madisen won Pop Single of the Year at the 20th Annual LA Music Awards Voting Party with her first single “Suga,” which was also released on iTunes, along with another single “Alien Eyes.” Her songs “Dance Floor High” and “XOX” were released on “The Karma Club” (Jessica Brody) teen novel soundtrack, and she is currently writing and recording a solo album.
Eric Keyes is from Chicago and has a strong background in acting, dancing and literacy. Since moving to Los Angeles, Eric has been in national commercials and has worked on numerous other projects.
It all started at a very young age when a talent agent noticed Eric and placed him in a commercial for a Chicago children’s hospital. The location of the commercial shoot was at Harpo Studios and the star of the ad campaign turned out to be Oprah Winfrey! That is the day Eric’s career began.
At the age of 11, Eric became a published author. His debut book “The Light in the Dark” was published and sold at Borders bookstores nationwide, and he toured schools while promoting his vision to children.
In 2014, Eric was recognized for his achievement as the cohost of Live Life and Win! with a nomination for an NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Performance in a Youth/ Children’s Program (Series or Special).