Madison Claire Parks is a third generation performer.
Her mother is Broadway actress and star of Phantom of The Opera; Karen Culliver.
Her father is composer Garrett Parks, son of Madison's grandmother Broadway and MGM film star Betty Garrett and her grandfather, academy award nominated actor Larry Parks.
Madison at about age 2 backstage with the Phantom of the Opera dancers.
Madison and her grandmother shared a special bond and always knew how to make each other laugh. Photoshoot thanks to Stockwell Photography.
Madison, pictured at age 2 with Broadway Christine & mother, Karen Culliver. That look on her face? She was shocked they showed up in the same outfit!
Madison pictured with grandmother Betty Garrett, at a celebratory luncheon after her grandmother received her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Madison quite literally grew up in the theatre. Pictured here at 5 months old, with mother Karen Culliver backstage at The Phantom of The Opera.
Clearly their was no lack of love shared between these two. Photoshoot thanks to Stockwell Photography.
Madison was clearly dramatic from a young age. Pictured here, with her mother Karen Culliver, who played Christine Daae.
Photoshoot thanks to Stockwell Photography.
Madison Claire Parks and mother Karen Culliver backstage at The Phantom of The Opera.
Madison's favorite photo of her and her grandmother. It captures the great joy they brought to each other. Photoshoot thanks to Stockwell Photography.
Madison in her own "Christine" ballet outfit made especially for her by the wardrobe department.
Madison learned from the best. Photoshoot thanks to Stockwell Photography.
The Parks family at Betty Garrett's ceremony as her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame was unveiled. From L to R: Garrett Parks, Karen Culliver, Madison Claire Parks, Betty Garrett, Andrew Parks, Katy Melody.
Madison Claire Parks (L) with father, (C) composer Garrett Parks, son of Betty Garrett & Larry Parks, and Madison's mother, (R) Broadway actress Karen Culliver. Pictured at The Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills for APLA's S.T.A.G.E. Benefit in 2017.