Alison Lohman

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Alison Lohman (2011)

Alison Lohman (* 18th September 1979 in Palm Springs , California ) is an American actress .

Alison Lohman felt the desire to pursue acting as a child without being influenced by contact with show business . She played her first theater role at the age of nine in the Palm Desert's McCallum Theater . Just two years later she received the Desert Theater League's Award for the title role in Annie as Outstanding Actress in a Musical . Further productions followed in the next few years.

In 1997 Lohman moved to Los Angeles for career reasons . Initially, she worked in a number of television productions and science fiction - B-movies . Her breakthrough came in 2002 with the movie White Oleander , alongside Renée Zellweger , Robin Wright and Michelle Pfeiffer . Since then she has appeared in other movies, such as B. in the movie Tricks , in which she portrays a teenager at the age of 23 who pretends to be a 14-year-old.

Her oeuvre includes 30 film and television productions. She last appeared as an actress in 2016 (as of September 2019).

Lohman has been married to director Mark Neveldine since August 2009 and has two children.


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Individual evidence

  1. Madeline Holler: Celeb Moms Who Disappeared From Hollywood After Kids . In: . February 11, 2015. Retrieved January 10, 2016.