Allison Mack

Allison Mack

actress, producer, director

Allison Mack was born on Jul 29, 1982 in Germany. Allison Mack's big-screen debut came with Police Academy 6: City Under Siege directed by Peter Bonerz in 1989. Allison Mack is known for Lost in Oz directed by Jae Hong Kim, Ashley Boettcher stars as Dorothy E. Gale and Nika Futterman as West. Allison Mack has got 2 awards and 7 nominations so far. The most recent award Allison Mack achieved is Teen Choice Awards. The upcoming new tvshow Allison Mack plays is Lost in Oz - Season 2 which will be released on Jun 26, 2015.

Mack was born in Germany but moved with her family to Long Beach, California, when she was 2. She began acting at 4 with print work and commercials, and began studying at The Young Actors Space in Los Angeles when she was 7. Before joining the cast of Smallville (2001), Allison starred in the short-lived and sorely under-rated Fox television comedy Opposite Sex (2000). Prior to that, she was a regular on Hiller and Diller (1997), working alongside great talents such as Richard Lewis, Kevin Nealon, and Eugene Levy. Allison has also guest-starred in the WB family drama 7 à la maison (1996) as a teenager caught up in the "cutting" trend.Mack has starred in many movies for television, including the cable film My Horrible Year! (2001), which was directed by Eric Stoltz and starring Karen Allen, Mimi Rogers, and Stoltz himself. She was also in Le choix d'une mère (1992) with Sissy Spacek and Aidan Quinn, La nuit du mensonge (1991) with Peter Coyote and Jill Eikenberry, Unlikely Angel (1996) with Dolly Parton and Roddy McDowall, and Stolen Memories: Secrets from the Rose Garden (1996) starring Mary Tyler Moore and Linda Lavin. Allison is also an accomplished dancer and singer and she currently living in Los Angeles. She enjoys reading, going to movies and plays and spending time with her friends and family.

  • Birthday

    Jul 29, 1982
  • Place of Birth

    Preetz, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
  • Also known

    Άλισον Κρίστιν Μακ, Άλισον Μακ

Known For


2 wins & 7 nominations

Teen Choice Awards
Choice TV: Sidekick
Winner - Teen Choice Award
TV - Choice Sidekick
Winner - Teen Choice Award

Movies & TV Shows

TV Shows