The charities that Alison Lohman supports include: Community Magnet Charter School and National Foundation for the Advancement of the Arts.
Alison Lohman is an American actress. She was born Alison Marion Lohman on the 18th of September, 1979, in Palm Springs, California, U.S. She started her career in television productions like “Kraa! The Sea Monster” and “Sharing the Secret”. In 2002, Lohman co-starred with Michelle Pfeiffer, Renée Zellweger and Robin Wright in the movie “White Oleander” an adaptation of Janet Fitch’s novel. The next year, she appeared in “Matchstick Men” directed by Ridley Scott. Two years later, she played in “Where the Truth Lies” directed by the acclaimed filmmaker Atom Egoyan. In 2005 she played alongside Robin Williams, Tim Blake and Holly Hunter in the movie “The Big White”. In 2006 she starred in the drama film “Flicka” and in 2009 she starred in the multi-awarded movie “Drag Me To Hell”.
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