Madylin Sweeten
Madylin Anne-Michele Sweeten[1]

June 21, 1991
Other namesMady Sweeten
Years active1996–present
RelativesSawyer Sweeten (brother)

Madylin Anne-Michele Sweeten (born June 21, 1991) is an American actress, best known for her portrayal of Alexandra "Ally" Barone on the popular family sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond (1996–2005).[2]

Personal life

Sweeten was born in Brownwood, Brown County, Texas, the eldest of four children born to Timothy Lynn "Tim" Sweeten and Elizabeth Anne Gini (nee Millsap).[3][4] She is the sister to Sawyer Sweeten.[4]


Film and television
Year Title Role Notes
1996 A Promise to Carolyn Young Debra TV movie
1996–2005 Everybody Loves Raymond Ally Barone Main & Recurring Cast
1998 The Christmas Path Dora TV movie
1999 A Dog of Flanders Young Aloise Movie
1999 Toy Story 2 Additional Voices Movie
2001 Ask Me No Questions TV movie
2003 American Splendor Danielle Movie
2008 Eagle Eye Becky Movie
2013 The Next Steps Denise 1 episode
Christmas Party Conversations: Part II Party Girl #2 Short
2013-2015 TMI Hollywood Various/Herself-Sketch Actor 32 episodes
2014 Wedding Frisk Sarah Short
executive producer and co-writer
Human Centipede 3 Parody with Bree Olson Mad Doctor Short
The 5 Minute Sketch Show 2 episodes
Our Friends Are F*cking Short
2015 Spare Change Claire Movie
Mommy Short
executive producer
Bree Does Comedy Denise 1 episode
After Dark with Julian Clan 1 episode
Kim Jong-Un Hosts the Tonight Show Lena Dunham Video Short
2016 Mildred and Maggie Maggie 1 episode
Sam and Me Lauren Frederick Movie
Games Gone Wrong Jane 6 episodes
2017 Catalyst Christine Short
New Years Eve Girlfriend Short
Grey’s Anatomy Quiet Interviewee 1 episode
Choice Short
2019 Lucifer Talkative Young Lass 1 episode


  1. ^ a b "Child Star Madylin Sweeten," American Profile (May 4, 2003).
  2. ^ "Everybody Loves Raymond Child Star Sawyer Sweeten 19, Dies of Apparent Suicide | TV Guide". 2015-04-23. Retrieved 2019-06-10.
  3. ^ "Child Star Madylin Sweeten". American Profile. 2003-05-04. Retrieved 2019-06-10.
  4. ^ a b "Sawyer Sweeten's Mom: How My Family Is Coping After My Son's Suicide". Retrieved 2019-06-10.