|Full Name||Madylin Sweeten|
|Birth City||Brownwood, Texas, U.S.|
|Father Name||Timothy Lynn Sweeten|
|Mother Name||Elizabeth Anne Millsap|
|Filmography||Everybody Loves Raymond|
|Date of Birth||June 27,1991|
Madylin Sweeten is known for her roles as a child actress on shows like Everybody Loves Raymond where she portrayed Ally Barone. Born and raised in the lone star state she quickly rose to prominence after starting her acting career by attending Performance Talent School of Performing Arts in San Saba, Texas when she was just 3 years old.
Madylin Sweeten was born on June 27, 1991, in Brownwood, Texas, U.S. to father Timothy Lynn Sweeten and mother Elizabeth Anne Millsap. She is a Cancer by her birth sign. Regarding her siblings, she has twin brothers younger than her. Twins, Sullivan and Sawyer also played the roles of Michael and Geoffrey Barone on Everybody Loves Raymond.
She is White by ethnicity and is an American. To add to this she comes from a family of nine children. Sawyer passed away in 2015 at the age of 19, committing suicide via a gunshot to the head.
Although she has been active in the acting industry since the age of 3, there is no information about her relationships in the media as well as the tabloid sources. She is also secretive about her past relationships.
Due to her low key personality and under the radar persona there is no information about her dating life and her love life.
As of March 2019, Sweeten’s net worth is around $5 million dollars. She earned this net worth from her career as an actress. After starting her career at the age of 3 she gradually climbed up the fame ladder and is now one of the most recognizable faces in the industry.
She got her breakthrough role as Ally Barone, on the world-renowned show Everybody Loves Raymond. Her role was as the eldest child and only daughter of Raymond and Debra. Along with her TV career, she has also appeared in some feature films like The Christmas Path, A Dog of Flanders, a voice-over on Toy Story 2 and American Splendor.
American Splendor was critically acclaimed and went on to win the 2003 Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize.
Since 2013, her career has taken a turn into short and independent films. In 2019, she appeared in an episode of Lucifer as a Talkative Young Lass.