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Maddie Ziegler For Euphoria Magazine

Let’s cut to the chase: Maddie Ziegler is the epitome of starbound It girl material. Largely by virtue of her ability to attract any camera with near magnetic force, the 19-year-old Pittsburgh native is dominating worldwide screens one pivotal role at a time. As if it was ever a question that one of the most pronounced dancers of the 2010s would find herself working within the big leagues, she continues to affirm her rightful place as one of Gen-Z’s in-demand rising scene stealers.

A decade ago, Ziegler was dancing her way into our hearts across television screens on Lifetime’s hit series Dance Moms; nowadays, she’s hardly the doe-eyed 8-year-old we were introduced to in years past. In a transition from the competition stage to movie marquees, she traded in her rhinestoned costumes for scripts and studios on some of the most coveted Hollywood lots. Today, the name “Maddie Ziegler” stuns through the credits for monumental titles from Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story to HBO Max’s The Fallout.

On an evident artistic roll, Ziegler is constantly outdoing herself — every new project added to her résumé is somehow even better than the last. To that, she credits her innate determination and early drive for success discovered at the dance studio. “Dancing helped me so much going into acting,” she says, “It’s partly the reason I even had interest. I realized that I was playing a lot of different roles in all of the dance pieces.”

What’s clear to anyone familiar with Ziegler’s dance background is that she makes it look a little too easy. From endless fouetté turns to soaring leaps, it became obvious that commanding the stage is second nature, but despite every pointed toe, the true star of the show was always her ability to convey a response from the crowd. If a dance is sad, Ziegler makes us cry. If we need to laugh, rest assured she delivers. “Dancing really helped me realize there’s intention behind a specific emotion,” she shares. “It’s not just, ‘Oh, I’m sad here.” It’s ‘let’s build why you’re sad.’ If you can internalize it, then you can portray that when you’re dancing.”


“How Do You HUGO” Campaign

HUGO BOSS has launched two simultaneous star-studded global campaigns for its BOSS and HUGO brands, and Maddie is part of it!

“Once I started breaking off and doing my own solo dance work, I really found myself.”

The Drew Barrymore Show

Performer Maddie Ziegler sits down with Drew to talk about when she first met Drew, what she learned from Sia, and what it was like to work with Steven Spielberg on West Side Story!

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

Maddie Ziegler talks about auditioning for her role in West Side Story in front of Steven Spielberg, refusing to sing in front of people and improvising scenes in The Fallout.

The Fallout: Official Trailer

“The Fallout,” the new movie from Maddie Ziegler and Jenna Ortega, has been acquired by Warner Bros. Pictures, and will premiere on HBO Max in all available markets on January 27.

The movie follows high schooler Vada (Ortega) as she navigates the emotional fallout she experiences in the wake of a school tragedy. Relationships with her family and friends, as well as her view of the world, are forever altered.

Also starring in the film are Niles Fitch, Shailene Woodley, Will Ropp, Lumi Pollack, John Ortiz and Julie Bowen.

Be sure to watch the trailer here below!

Head over to the gallery for some screen captures, a new movie poster, promotional stills and behind the scenes.

The Ziegler Sisters For Elite Daily

The world first met Maddie and Kenzie Ziegler in 2011, as the 8- and 6-year-old sisters at the heart of the new unscripted series Dance Moms, a Lifetime reality juggernaut that would make them household names. The series chronicled their travails in competitive dance and revealed their indisputable talent, but it also served as a very public time capsule of their childhood. Every win, loss, and memeable ugly-cry was recorded and available to fans to replay over and over… and over again.