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Allison Mack is best known for her series regular role on the long-running CW series Smallville in which she played Chloe, The Daily Planet’s eager journalist and longtime friend/confidante to Clark Kent. She also directed two episodes of the series.

Since completing the series and prior to her return to television with Wilfred, Mack focused her energies on the New York theatre scene — workshopping the Bobby Lopez (Avenue Q, The Book of Mormon) musical Up Here with Josh Radnor, starring in off-Broadway productions of Love, Loss and What I wore (The Westside Theatre) and The Apple Cove and participating in The Public Theatre’s Shakespeare Lab (The Women’s Project).

Since beginning her career at age 4 in a commercial for German Chocolate, Mack has consistently worked in television and film. She garnered much attention for her portrayal of a teenager who abuses and inflicts wounds to her wrist on 7th Heaven. In the fall of 2000, she starred in The WB’s The Nightmare Room, and The Opposite Sex and had a recurring role in Evening Shade. Mack also starred in Showtime’s critically-acclaimed feature My Horrible Year! which was Eric Stoltz’s directorial debut. Mack also starred in the Disney features Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves, Camp Nowhere and voiced the character of Tiffany Nickle in Warner Brothers hit animated feature The Any Bully.


Allsion looks forward to meeting all her fans on the Gold Coast and in Melbourne in April 2016.

Allison will conduct a general admission Q&A each weekend, and participate in signing and photo sessions* throughout each Saturday (10.30am to 5.30pm) and Sunday (11am to 5pm) in both cities.

*Autograph ($40 each) and photograph ($50 each) fees apply.

This information is correct at the time of writing but please check the Event Programme for the final timetable, including time and location within the events.

Guest confirmed, health and other commitments pending.

		
		

Previous Appearances

  • Gold Coast 2016
  • Melbourne 2016

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