Best known for playing Becca Moody, the daughter to David Duchovny's Hank Moody, Madeline Martin will get one final round with the Showtime original series, Californication. The network is bringing the show back for a seventh and final season starting in April of 2014. Martin has also lent her voice to several animated characters, as well as appearing in other live-action television series, but the award-winning Californication is the work that has garnered her the most attention.
An unapologetically provocative story of hedonistic writer Hank Moody, Californication focuses on the sexual exploits of Becca's father, his attempts at success in business, as well as her parents' on-again, off-again relationship. Stuck in the middle between her father and her mother (played by Natascha McElhone), Martin's Becca is the one constant in Hank's life. Spending much of the series living with her father, Becca is a sarcastic source of youthful wisdom which helps balance out his excesses. Her character does decide to follow in her dad's footsteps in at least one way, however, as she tries her hand at being a writer in the sixth season.
Martin's career hasn't shown any signs of slowing down. She had a reoccurring role in the children's series, JoJo's Circus, that of the eponymous character JoJo, for several years. Madeline has also lent her voice to characters in the Ice Age movie franchise as well as playing Fionna, a female version of Finn, in the very popular Cartoon Network series, Adventure Time. In non-animated series, Martin has had appearances in Criminal Minds and in the Law & Order series.
Californication's seventh and last season will see an end to the character that is Martin's most recognizable, Becca Moody, but the experience has certainly helped grow her career. The series itself has garnered a lot of praise, including nominations such as five Emmies, two of which were wins, and six Golden Globes with one win. With her resume you can expect to see more of her even after the final episode of the Showtime series airs.