|Born||21 November 1980|
Lisa McAllister (born 21 November 1980) is a Scottish model and actress.
After starting her career as a model, her first acting role was in a 2000 Paul Angunawela short film called Carpet Garden Flowers. Her movie career started in earnest with the lead female role in a US direct-to-video action film, The Number One Girl, with Vinnie Jones and Pat Morita, in 2005.
After being active on television, including a regular role in Dream Team, she has become a familiar face in British paranormal and horror films. She returned to television in 2010 for a cameo as Anthea, the posh, eye-rolling assistant of Mycroft Holmes in Sherlock who was described by Caitlin Moran in The Times as "one of the deftest comedy cameos of the year". In 2010 she also appeared in a pictorial of the British FHM.
- Carpet Garden Flowers (2000) as Kate McAllister (Short)
- The Number One Girl (2005) - Tatiana (direct to video)
- The Dark Knight (2008) - Passenger
- How I Learned To Love Richard Gere (short film) (2008) - Vanessa
- How to Lose Friends & Alienate People (2008) - Sophie Maes' Assistant
- The Rapture (2010) - Angel
- Just for the Record (2010) - Rosie Frond
- Devil's Playground (2010) - Kate
- Dead Cert (2010) - Jen Christian
- Killing Bono (2011) - Erika
- Rush (2013) - BOAC Stewardess
- Scar Tissue (2013) - Ruth Elliott
- Robocroc (2013) - Jane
- Dream Team (2004–05) - Sofia Moxham
- Sea of Souls (2006) - Isobel
- Pumpkinhead: Ashes to Ashes (2006) - Dahlia Wallace
- The Bill (2007) - Isabelle Klein
- Sherlock - "A Study in Pink" (2010) - Anthea
- Hardy Bucks (2011) - Svetlana
- The Fear (2012) - Donna
- Sherlock - "The Empty Hearse" (2014) - Anthea
- Drunk History - "Episode 1" (2015) - Lady-In-Waiting to Queen Victoria
- Lisa McAllister interview Archived 12 June 2011 at the Wayback Machine. - MJSimpson.co.uk
- Lisa McAllister Interview « Gorepress - Interview by Sarah Law
- The Times - 5 August 2010 - Page 47 - "The Seven Wonders of Sherlock" - Caitlin Moran
- FHM - October 2010 - "Lisa McAllister: Sherlock's femme fatale"