When she was very small, Mary-Charles Jones’ family noticed that she had an ability to captivate strangers with her outgoing personality. And at the ripe young age of four, her family decided to bring her to an open call held by agent Joy Pervis. Jones was immediately signed for both local and national representation through the Los Angeles-based Osbrink Agency.
Jones quickly began booking print, local, regional and national commercials. Television and film roles soon followed. Her first job in that capacity was a recurring role as Caitlin Rowan in the ABC drama “October Road.” Jones’ ability to handle emotional storylines allowed for her to be cast in a heart-wrenching episode of ABC’s “Grey's Anatomy,” she had the honor of working with Kevin Spacey in the film “Father of Invention” and she was cast as a young Miley Cyrus in a recurring capacity on Disney Channel’s “Hannah Montana.”
From that job came the opportunity to work with her sister Maggie Elizabeth Jones for the first time, playing sisters in “Footloose.” They would get to do this again a few years later in Universal’s “Identity Thief” opposite Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy.
Jones has often been described as an “old soul.” Her humor, sensitivity and emotion are well beyond her years. However, this Georgia native still enjoys the simple activities of any 11 year- old, especially singing, playing piano and spending time with her friends.
Jones was born December 28, 2001 in Seattle, Washington. In late 2002 the Jones family relocated to Atlanta, Georgia where they still reside.