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Born: July 29, 1982 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Preetz, Schleswig-Holstein, DE Profession: actress, director

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Though she entered professional acting at just four years old, Allison Mack had to wait until her late teens for her defining role, playing misfit Chloe Sullivan on the hit series, "Smallville" (The WB/CW, 2001- ). Prior to her nine-season stint on the show, Mack amassed a long resume of appearances on television series and in movies-of-the-week and even feature films. Though she had a not-so-auspicious start with "Police Academy 6: City Under Siege" (1989), she found her stride with multi-episode arcs on "Evening Shade" (CBS, 1990-94) and "7th Heaven" (The WB/CW, 1996-2007), while landing regular roles on short-lived series like "Opposite Sex" (Fox, 2000). But it was Chloe on "Smallville" that became her signature role and endeared her to a legion of comic book fans who made her a perennial favorite on "Hot 100" lists in magazines like Femme Fatales, establishing her as one of television's most sought-after geek goddesses. With her 2008 foray into directing episodes of "Smallville," Mack proved that the full extent of her talent had yet to be explored.

Though she entered professional acting at just four years old, Allison Mack had to wait until her late teens for her defining role, playing misfit Chloe Sullivan on the hit series, "Smallville" (The WB/CW, 2001- ). Prior to her nine-season stint on the show, Mack amassed a long resume of appearances on television series and in movies-of-the-week and even feature films. Though she had a not-so-auspicious start with "Police Academy 6: City Under Siege" (1989), she found her stride with multi-episode arcs on "Evening Shade" (CBS, 1990-94) and "7th Heaven" (The WB/CW, 1996-2007), while landing regular roles on short-lived series like "Opposite Sex" (Fox, 2000). But it was Chloe on "Smallville" that became her signature role and endeared her to a legion of comic book fans who made her a perennial favorite on "Hot 100" lists in magazines like Femme Fatales, establishing her as one of television's most sought-after geek goddesses. With her 2008 foray into directing episodes of "Smallville," Mack proved that the full extent of her talent had yet to be explored.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Ant Bully, The (2006)
2.
 My Horrible Year! (2001) Nik Faulkner
3.
4.
 Unlikely Angel (1996)
6.
 Camp Nowhere (1994) Heather
7.
 Mother's Revenge, A (1993) Wendy Sanders
8.
 Night Eyes III: On Guard (1993) Natalie (10 Years Old)
9.
 Private Matter, A (1992) Terri Finkbine
10.
 Message From Holly, A (1992) Ida
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Moved to Southern California at the age of two
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First TV appearance was for a German chocolate commercial at the age of four
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At age seven, began studying at The Young Actors Space in Los Angeles
1989:
First feature film role, "Police Academy 6: City Under Siege"
1993:
Had a recurring role on CBS' "Evening Shade"
1994:
Featured in the comedy film "Camp Nowhere"
1997:
Co-starred in the direct-to-video sequel , "Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves"
1997:
Played Richard Lewis' daughter on the ABC series "Hiller and Diller"
1998:
First major TV role, played a cutter in an episode of the WB series "7th Heaven"
2000:
Starred in the short-lived FOX series "Opposite Sex"
2001:
Plays Chloe Sullivan, Clark Kent's best friend, on "Smallville" (WB, 2001-2006; CW, 2006- )
2001:
Starred in Eric Stoltz's directorial debut "My Horrible Year!" on Showtime
2002:
Co-starred in the children's anthology horror series "The Nightmare Room" on the Kids' WB Channel
2006:
Voiced the sister of the main character in the CGI movie "The Ant Bully"
2009:
Made directorial debut with an episode of the CW series "Smallville"
2009:
Nominated for the 2009 Teen Choice Award for Choice TV: Sidekick
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