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Alison Lohman – MovieActors.com

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Lohman in BIG FISH.

About Alison Lohman (1979 –)

Alison Marion Lohman was born on September 18, 1979, in Palm Springs, California.

At the age of 9, Alison Lohman had her first professional, theatrical role as Gretyl, in "The Sound of Music," performed at the Palm Desert's McCallum Theater. When Alison was eleven years old, she won the Desert Theater League's award for "Most Outstanding Actress in a Musical" for the title role in "Annie"; (1990).

Lohman is an accomplished singer. She performed as a featured solo vocalist for Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope, and the Desert Symphony.

In her early 20s, she began to turn heads with her cinematic roles such as the troubled teen in 2002's "White Oleander", starring alongside Michelle Pfeiffer.

In 2004, Lohman wowed audiences with her rendition of a 14 year old girl in "Matchstick Men"; (2003), starring opposite Nicholas Cage.  She portrayed the character of Sandra Bloom, in "Big Fish."

Lohman then appeared in "The Big White"; (2005) and "Where the Truth Lies"; (2005).

Alison Lohman's notable movie credits include...

GAMER (2009)
DRAG ME TO HELL (2009)
BEOWULF (2007)
THINGS WE LOST IN THE FIRE (2007)
FLICKA (2006)
DELIRIOUS (2006)
THE BIG WHITE (2005)
WHERE THE TRUTH LIES (2005)
BIG FISH (2003)
MATCHSTICK MEN (2003)
WHITE OLEANDER (2002)
DELIVERING MILO (2001)
THE MILLION DOLLAR KID (2000)
THE THIRTEENTH FLOOR (1999)
KRAA! (1998)

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Alison Lohman in BIG FISH.