Mackenzie Aladjem was an American actress who was best known for her role as Fiona Peyton, the young daughter of Edie Falco's main character, on Showtime's "Nurse Jackie" (2009-2015). Aladjem's professional acting career began at the age of six, when she landed a guest spot on the CBS crime procedural "CSI: Miami" (2002-2012). Despite that early success, it would be another five years before Aladjem landed a follow up role in 2011's "The Lincoln Lawyer." That film, a legal drama starring Oscar-winner Matthew McConaughey, was a critical hit, thus putting Aladjem onto the radar amongst various Hollywood casting agents. Then in 2010 Aladjem nabbed her first recurring role as Miranda Montgomery on ABC's "All My Children" (1970-2011). She played the character on 43 episodes of the popular soap opera, before leaving the series in 2011. 2010 was also the year Aladjem scored her biggest role to date after landing the role of Fiona Peyton on Showtime's dark comedy, "Nurse Jackie."