Madison soon became the breadwinner.
Began on stage at the Cleveland Play House and made her Broadway debut in a small role in 'Much Ado About Nothing' in 1927.
More successful on stage than on screen, particularly with performances in Tyrone Guthrie's 'Six Characters in Search of an Author' and Sean O'Casey's 'Shadow of a Gunman', as well as 'Hillbilly Women' at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven.
In , however, she finds a friend and this bond is quickly solidified during the frat party; at which Zoe makes it point to track down Madison's rapists only to bear witness to Madison's true powers as she overturns their escaping bus with a simple wave of her arm, killing all except two students.
And fully redeemed herself by volunteering to be dangerously left behind to guard Michael Langdon.
When Joan asks them to leave, Madison throws a knife at the wall.