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Maria Lark

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Occupation  actress
TV shows  Medium
Role  Television actress
Name  Maria Lark
Years active  2005–present

Maria Lark sitting on a chair while eating at a table in a movie scene from Medium
Born  June 20, 1997 (age 23) (1997-06-20) Siberia, Russia
Similar People  Madison Carabello, Jake Weber, Glenn Gordon Caron, Patricia Arquette

Maria lark

Maria Lark (born June 20, 1997) is a Russian-American television actress, known for her role as Bridgette DuBois in the NBC/CBS television series Medium. She appeared in every season of Medium.


Cast members of 'Medium' (LR) Maria Lark, Miranda Carabello, Sofia Vassilieva, and Madison Carabello arrive at the NBC / Universal Golden Globe

Maria Lark Beach Bowl

Personal life

Hayden Panettiere while hugging Maria Lark

Lark was born in Siberia, Russia on June 20, 1997. She was adopted by an American woman named Peggy Lark, with whom she resides in Redondo Beach, California. Lark is an only child.


Maria Lark smiles while taking a picture with her twin fans wearing a green dress

Between 2005 and 2011, she starred as Bridgette DuBois, the middle child of the DuBois family, on the NBC/CBS television drama Medium with Patricia Arquette. Lark started acting in Medium when she was 8 years old.

On September 3, 2006, Lark became the youngest person ever to co-host ABC's The View.

In 2007, Lark made two appearances on The View. She appeared in a music video for the Norah Jones song, "Sunrise". Access Hollywood also chose Lark as their correspondent as well. She has also appeared on the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards and she won the young actress award for actresses ten years or younger.

Maria Lark in her interview on The View wearing a yellow printed shirt having two cups on her table | Source:

In 2012, Lark appeared in the TV movie "Kirby Buckets" playing Dawn Buckets.

Maria Lark in her interview wearing a yellow printed shirt with three other women sitting on a table | The View


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