Maddie Hasson is an American actress best known for her starring role as Willa Monday, a Romany juvenile delinquent, in the short-lived police procedural television drama series The Finder, in 2012.
She also has a starring role as Jo Masterson, an intellectual and idealistic girl who was Danny's childhood best friend and is now a social outcast, in the teen drama mystery-thriller television series Twisted.
Since the age of seven Hasson has danced, sung and acted her way to accomplishment in her hometown of Wilmington, North Carolina.
Winner of numerous awards, including the prestigious Mia Michaels Scholarship at the Broadway Dance Center and the Triple Threat Winner at the Access Broadway Competition, Hasson's focus moved to acting where she found her true passion.
Performing back-to-back roles in Cape Fear Academy productions and her local professional theatre, The Opera House Theatre, she won praise in the productions of Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Anything Goes, Antigone, Vital Signs and Grey Gardens.
Hasson made her feature film debut in the role of Chloe in the indie feature God Bless America, written and directed by Bobcat Goldthwait, which premiered at the prestigious Toronto Film Festival.
She also completed a principal role in a popular internet commercial for athletic footwear manufacturer K-Swiss, with Jillian Michaels and Danny McBride.
Hasson lives in Los Angeles.