She played Ursula in Devil's Diary, a 2007 horror film that also starred Brian Krause of Charmed fame.
In preparation for her role as a rodeo star in the movie Every Second Counts Magda trained for three weeks straight, everyday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. She said she trained with five different horses as well as cattle, and training included riding in an arena going fast as could be, and doing turns around obstacles and stuff.
Magda has pet rats.
An accomplished gymnast, at age 12 Magda did equestrian vaulting where a horse would cantor and she'd jump on the horse and do gymnastics on and around the horse.
Magda got her acting start in commercials doing Canadian ads for Canadian Tire, Evolve and Freedom 55 as well as US retailer Best Buy.
In July 2008 Magda starred in Hallmark channel movie called Every Second Counts with 7th Heaven star Stephen Collins.
Magda has appeared in the films Riverburn, Slither and Butterfly Effect.
In 2007 Magda was nominated for a Gemini Award for her work on the Canadian show Renegadepress.com.
Magda: I don't like or dislike mainstream work, it's just that the variety in the roles you play can be restricted. Like in Caprica, there were no rules, you couldn't do wrong. The more you experiment, the greater it is.
Magda: (On her Kyle XY character, Andy Jensen)
It's a character that changed my life. I learned a lot from that chick.
Magda: (On her favorite movie genre)
I think I enjoy anything that is different. Because it scares the bejeezus out of me. Like with Every Second Counts, I didn't know I could do it because I'd never done a western before and Kyle XY was something I was never sure I could do, It was the same thing with Caprica. Every time it scares me, but I'm glad I do because I learn something about myself and my characters.
Magda: I read all the time! One of my favorite books is Veronika Decides to Die. It's kind of crazy because I always wanted to play Veronica and now they're making a movie from the book and Sarah Michelle Geller is playing Veronica.
Magda: (On her first acting gig)
It was on Jeremiah, with Luke Perry, Malcolm-Jamal Warner and Jason Priestley. I was in heaven! I was 16 and was in love with these boys. I got to shoot a machine gun. I got to do a crying scene. It was my first part!