Imogen Tear portrays Madi on The 100. She has been part of the Guest cast since Season Four.

Life and CareerEdit

Imogen Tear is an award winning actress best known for her role as Ruby in ABC Television's TV series entitled 'Somewhere Between' starring Paula Patton ('The Do Over' and 'Deja Vu') and JR Bourne ('Teen Wolf'). She is also known for her role as Madi in The CW TV series entitled, 'The 100' starring Eliza Taylor ('Neighbours'). As well as Julia's Shade in Syfy Channel's 'The Magician's' starring Jason Ralph ('Aquarius' and 'A Most Violent Year') and Stella Maeve ('The Runaways').

Imogen appears in the most popular seasons of Hallmark Channel's, 'When Calls The Heart' starring Erin Krakow ('Army Wives'/'Castle') and Daniel Lissing ('Last Resort'). She received multiple nominations and award for her recurring performances playing 'Hattie' in the series.

Imogen had one of the title billing lead roles in Hallmark Channel's, 'The Magic Stocking' starring Bridget Regan ('John Wick'), Victor Webster (Continuum'). She received multiple nominations and award for her principal lead role as the young Audrina Adare in the Lifetime movie adaption of the best-selling book, 'My Sweet Audrina' by Virginia C. Andrews starring William Mosley ('Chronicles of Narnia') and India Eisley ('Underworld'). quoted Andrew Neiderman (VC Andrews' Ghost Writer) as stating, "the film ('My Sweet Audrina') is the best out of the five previous V.C. Andrews book/Dollanganger movies".

Imogen has worked with many other well-known and talented actors including: Sarah Lancaster ('Chuck') and Brendan Penny ('Motive') in Hallmark Channel's movie 'Tis The Season for Love', Dallas Roberts in the pilot episode of 'Evil Men' a CBS/USA Network, as well as Louise Portal and Yves Jacques (from Denys Arcand's, Oscar-winning film, 'Barbarian Invasions') in a short film entitled, 'Nephew'.

From a very young age, Imogen knew she wanted to become an actor. After two years of begging her parents to enroll her into acting classes they finally did and there's been no looking back!

For full filmography, see IMDb.

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