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Allison Mack at San Diego Comic Con 2009
July 29, 1982 |
Preetz, West Germany
|Occupation||Actress, producer, director|
Early life 
Mack was born in Preetz, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany to American parents, Mindy and Jonathan Mack. Her father was an opera singer performing there. The Mack family moved back to the United States when she was two years old. She has an older brother Shannon and a younger sister Robyn.
She began her acting career at the age of four in commercials for "German Chocolate". Mack then went into modeling for a short period because her mother thought she "looked cute in clothes". She began studying at The Young Actors Space in Los Angeles when she was seven.
Her first major television role came in an episode of the WB series 7th Heaven, in which she gained a lot of attention playing a teenager who cut herself. In 2000, she starred in the short-lived series Opposite Sex. She also starred beside her former Smallville castmate Sam Jones III in an R. L. Stine miniseries The Nightmare Room. Her filmography includes Eric Stoltz's directorial debut My Horrible Year!, in which she plays a girl having great difficulties in her life as she turns sixteen, and Camp Nowhere.
In the summer of 2006, Mack voiced the sister of the main character in the Warner Bros. CGI movie The Ant Bully. That year she also provided the voice of a museum curator named Clea in an episode of The Batman.
In May 2010 it was announced that Mack will not be appearing as a series regular on the final season of Smallville, but will return for several episodes. At the 2010 San Diego Comic Con it was mentioned that Mack may still be considered a series regular, as she would appear in several episodes. Mack returned for five episodes in the tenth season, being billed as a series regular for the episodes she appeared in. She also eventually appeared in the two-part series finale.
It was announced in March 2012 that Mack was cast in the television series Wilfred in a recurring role in the second season. She plays the love interest for the lead character Ryan, played by Elijah Wood.
|1989||Police Academy 6: City Under Siege||Little Girl|
|1993||Night Eyes 3||Natalie|
|1995||No Dessert, Dad, till You Mow the Lawn||Monica Cochran|
|1997||Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves||Jenny Szalinski|
|2006||The Ant Bully||Tiffany Nickle||Voice only|
|2008||Alice & Huck||Alice||Short film|
|2009||Miserable Old Beasts ||Sophie||Short film|
|2009||Superman/Batman: Public Enemies||Power Girl||Voice only|
|1989||I Know My First Name is Steven||Nettie||TV film|
|1990||Shangri-La Plaza||Jenny||Episode: "Pilot"|
|1990||Empty Nest||Gloria||Episode: "There's No Accounting"|
|1991||Switched at Birth||Normia Twigg||TV film|
|1991||Living a Lie||Stella||TV film|
|1992||The Perfect Bride||Little Stephanie||TV film|
|1992||A Private Matter||Terri Finkbine||TV film|
|1992||A Message from Holly||Ida||TV film|
Recurring role, 2 Episodes:
|1993||A Mother's Revenge||Wendy Sanders||TV film|
|1995||Dad, the Angel & Me||Andrea||TV film|
|1995||Sweet Justice||Jessica||Episode: "Broken Ties"|
|1996||Stolen Memories: Secrets from the Rose Garden||Katie||TV film|
|1996||The Care and Handling of Roses||Bess Townsend||TV film|
|1996||Unlikely Angel||Sarah Bartilson||TV film|
|1997||Hiller and Diller||Brooke||TV series|
|1998||7th Heaven||Nicole Jacob||Episode: "Cutters"|
|1999||Providence||Alicia||Episode: "Good Fellows"|
|2000||Opposite Sex||Kate Jacobs||Recurring role, 8 episodes|
|2001||Kate Brasher||Georgia||Episode: "Georgia"|
|2001||My Horrible Year!||Nicola 'Nik' Faulkner||TV film|
||Series regular, 204 episodes|
|2002||The Nightmare Room||Charlotte Scott||
|2003–2004||Smallville: Chloe Chronicles||Chloe Sullivan||8 episodes|
|2006||Smallville: Vengeance Chronicles||Chloe Sullivan||6 episodes|
|2010||Dirty Little Secret||Lauren Belle||Voice only|
Awards and nominations 
|2002||Teen Choice Award||Best Sidekick in a TV Series||Smallville||Nominated|
|2003||Teen Choice Award||Best Sidekick in a TV Series||Smallville||Nominated|
|2004||Teen Choice Award||Best Sidekick in a TV Series||Smallville||Nominated|
|2005||Saturn Award||Best Supporting Actress on Television||Smallville||Nominated|
|2005||Teen Choice Award||Best Sidekick in a TV Series||Smallville||Nominated|
|2006||Teen Choice Award||Best Sidekick in a TV Series||Smallville||Won|
|2006||Saturn Award||Best Supporting Actress on Television||Smallville||Nominated|
|2007||Teen Choice Award||Best Sidekick in a TV Series||Smallville||Won|
|2008||SyFy Genre Award||Best Supporting Actress||Smallville||Won|
|2009||Teen Choice Award||Best Sidekick in a TV Series||Smallville||Nominated|
- "Smallville Cast Bios Allison Mack". The CW. Retrieved May 5, 2011.
- "Allison Mack's Personal Blog". AllisonMack.com. Archived from the original on 19 February 2009. Retrieved 2009-02-18.[dead link]
- "Iris Theatre Company". Archived from the original on 2006-06-12.
- "Allison Mack Leaving Smallville". TVGuide.com. Archived from the original on 2010-06-12.
- "KryptonSite Smallville Comic-Con Interviews, Part V: Executive Producer Brian Peterson!". Retrieved April 11, 2011.
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