Allison Mack was born on 29 July 1982, in Preetz, (then) West Germany, where her American father was performing in opera. Allison is an actress, producer, and director, perhaps best known for being part of the CW television series “Smallville” as the character Chloe Sullivan. She has also starred in FX’s “Wilfred”, but all of her endeavors have helped put her net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Allison Mack? As of late-2016, sources estimate a net worth that is at $7 million, mostly earned through success on television. She’s been a part of numerous television shows and films, and has also done voice acting work. As she continues her career it is expected that her wealth will increase.
Allison Mack Net Worth $7 million
While Allison was born in Germany, her family moved back to the United States after two years. When she was four years old, she started acting, appearing in several of the commercials for “German Chocolate”. She also did a bit of modelling work, and later studied at The Young Actors Space in Los Angeles.
Her first major role on television was in the series “7th Heaven”, portraying a teenager who cut herself. Her popularity would start to rise, and she would then appear in 2000’s “Opposite Sex” which however was short lived. Afterwards, she would co-star in the miniseries “The Nightmare Room” by R. L. Stine, and while doing these projects she was also cast in films such as “Camp Nowhere” and “My Horrible Year!” Her net worth was beginning to rise.
In 2001, Mack became part of the series “Smallville”, portraying an original character created for the show, and she would soon become very popular, which also helped increase her net worth. Thanks to the character’s popularity, she was officially made into a DC Comics character, and earned several awards as well. In 2006, she lent her voice to the animated movie “The Ant Bully”, that of the main character’s sister. She also voiced an episode of “The Batman”.
Two years later, Allison would make her directorial debut during the eighth season of “Smallville”. She would then continue her voice work, becoming part of the animated feature “Superman/Batman: Public Enemies” in which she voiced Power Girl. She then reverted to a recurring guest on “Smallville” in 2010, after it was announced that she was not returning as a series regular. Her final work with the show was as part of the series finale which spanned two parts. In 2012, Mack had a recurring role in the sitcom “Wilfred”, playing the love interest of Elijah Wood’s character. She would return for an episode of the final season of “Wilfred” later on.
In 2014, Allison became a guest star in “The Following” which stars Kevin Bacon. One of her latest projects is “American Odyssey”. Her continued work helps her net worth constantly rise.
For her personal life, Allison Mack was in a relationship with Chad Krowchuk (2008 – 2010), and was engaged to Sam Witwer (2013 – 2014). She is currently believed to be single.
it is known that Allison was engaged in 2003 but later on she announced that she wasn’t looking into getting married anytime soon. She also owns a dog named Phantom and her father is an opera singer.
Had her hair cut short just before the third season of Smallville (2001) went into production. After shooting the season opener, the producers insisted that she wear a hairpiece until her hair grew longer. They felt Allison's haircut did not suit the character of Chloe Sullivan.
Was listed among the 50 Sexiest Women in the Femme Fatales (January/February 2005) magazine.
Allison has a German Shepherd/Malamute dog named Phantom.
Attended the 2003 San Diego International Comic-Con with co-star Sam Jones III to promote the 3rd season of Smallville (2001).
Announced her engagement to her longtime boyfriend, Peter (March 2003). In 2008 she said in her blog that marriage was something she didn't see herself committing to anytime soon. In January 2009 she mentioned a boyfriend in her blog. It is unknown if this is the aforementioned Peter.
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