Height 1.64 m
Years active 1999–present
Education Dominican Academy
|Name Makenzie Vega|
Parents Baruch Vega, Gina Rue
|Full Name Makenzie Jade Vega|
Born February 10, 1994 (age 21) (1994-02-10) Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Siblings Alexa Vega, Krizia Vega, Greylin James, Cruz Hudson Rue, Jet James, Margaux Vega
Movies and TV shows The Good Wife, The Family Man, In the Land of Women, Chestnut: Hero of Central P, Saw
Similar People Alexa Vega, Graham Phillips, Krizia Vega, Archie Panjabi, Julianna Margulies
Alexa vega and makenzie vega at imagen awards 2012 arrivals
- Alexa vega and makenzie vega at imagen awards 2012 arrivals
- Makenzie Vega in the land of women 2
- Life and career
Makenzie Vega in the land of women 2
Life and career
Vega was born in Los Angeles, California. Her father is Colombian and her mother, Gina Rue, is an American former model. She is the younger sister of actress Alexa Vega.
At the age of five, Vega played one of the children of Teddie Cochran (Geena Davis) in The Geena Davis Show. In 2000, she was cast as Annie, the Campbells' precocious daughter in The Family Man. The following year, Vega was seen again playing Chloe in Made which starred Vince Vaughn, Jon Favreau and Famke Janssen. In 2004, she played Diana Gordon, daughter of Dr. Lawrence Gordon (Cary Elwes) and Alison Gordon (Monica Potter) in the horror film Saw. Her next movie was Sin City, in which she played young Nancy Callahan, alongside Bruce Willis. Vega then appeared in Just My Luck as Katy, starring Lindsay Lohan and McFly, and also in the summer blockbuster X-Men: The Last Stand as the Prison Truck Little Girl, which was one of the forms that the shapeshifter Mystique took in the film.
Vega played Grace Florrick, the daughter of Alicia Florrick (Julianna Margulies), in the CBS drama The Good Wife; she was a regular cast member through six of the show's seven seasons, and was recurring cast member in the seventh and final season, with Grace providing critical plot elements to the series' finale. In 2015, Vega was cast in the lead role in the thriller film Fender Bender, which premiered on the Chiller channel in June 2016.