Madeleine McGraw

Madeleine McGraw stars as Zoey, Griffin's quick-witted younger sister and Wyatt's fraternal twin, in Disney Channel's first-ever time-travel mystery series, "Secrets of Sulphur Springs." Originally from San Jose, California, McGraw started acting and modeling at the age of 4, and, not long after, landed jobs for several high-fashion print ads. Just shy of her 5 birthday, she appeared in a SAG feature film short "Hide and Seek." Shortly after, she booked a guest-starring role in the Academy Award®-nominated "American Sniper," starring opposite Bradley Cooper. In 2016, McGraw won Best Actress at the Charleston International Film Festival for playing Younger Lucy in the short film "Lucy In My Eyes." McGraw also appeared as a series regular in the horror-thriller series "Outcast" and recurring or guest-starring roles in "Clarence," "Bones," "Selfie," "Reverie" and "Criminal Minds." She is perhaps best known for starring in the critically acclaimed fourth installment of Disney/Pixar's beloved "Toy Story" franchise, "Toy Story 4," as the voice of Bonnie. Her additional film credits include Marvel's "Ant-Man and the Wasp," Disney/Pixar's "Cars 3" and "Pacific Rim: Uprising." In her spare time, McGraw enjoys playing soccer and hanging out with her siblings: older brother Jack, twin brother Aidan and younger sister Violet.