40 Facts About Ali Larter


Alison Elizabeth Larter was born on February 28,1976 and is an American actress and model.


Ali Larter portrayed fictional model Allegra Coleman in a 1996 Esquire magazine hoax and took on guest roles on several television shows in the 1990s.


Ali Larter made her film debut in Varsity Blues, which was followed by the horror film House on Haunted Hill.


Ali Larter played the dual roles of Niki Sanders and Tracy Strauss on the NBC science fiction drama Heroes, and achieved wider recognition for her portrayal of video game heroine Claire Redfield in the Resident Evil: Extinction, Resident Evil: Afterlife, and Resident Evil: The Final Chapter.


Ali Larter released her cookbook, Kitchen Revelry: A Year of Festive Menus from My Home to Yours, in September 2013.


Ali Larter was born in the suburb of Cherry Hill, New Jersey, the daughter of Margaret, a realtor, and Danforth Ali Larter, a trucking executive.


Ali Larter attended Carusi Middle School and later graduated from Cherry Hill High School West during her time as a model, but she didn't finish her senior year of high school because of modeling.


Ali Larter's mom accompanied her everywhere until she turned 18.


Ali Larter began her modeling career at the age of 14 when a modeling scout discovered her on the street and was asked to star in a Phillies commercial; this led to a modeling contract with the prestigious Ford Modeling Agency in New York.


In November 1996, Ali Larter portrayed fictional actress Allegra Coleman in an Esquire magazine hoax.


Ali Larter landed her first professional acting roles in 1997 when she appeared in several television programs.


Ali Larter appeared in an episode of the Brooke Shields television series Suddenly Susan, and the short-lived series Chicago Sons.


In 1999, Ali Larter made her film debut in the coming-of-age dramedy Varsity Blues, which re-united her with Dawson's Creek star James Van Der Beek and close friend Amy Smart.


Ali Larter starred as Clear Rivers, one of the main characters in the teen supernatural horror film Final Destination.


Ali Larter played Brooke Taylor Windham, a widow accused of her husband's murder.


Ali Larter next appeared as Zerelda Mimms in the western comedy American Outlaws.


Ali Larter starred in Kevin Smith's Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.


That year, Ali Larter appeared on the cover of Maxim magazine and performed in the stage play The Vagina Monologues in New York City.


In Spring 2002, Ali Larter moved from Los Angeles to New York.


Ali Larter played the characters of Niki Sanders, who suffered from DID, and Tracy Strauss on the show created by Tim Kring.


Ali Larter took on the title role in Marigold, alongside Salman Khan.


Ali Larter starred opposite Beyonce and Idris Elba in the Screen Gems-produced thriller Obsessed.


In 2010, Ali Larter appeared as the title character in a short film for Absolut Vodka entitled "Lemon Drop".


Ali Larter returned to the big screen playing the love interest of a successful but psychotic man in the comedy Lovesick.


Ali Larter portrayed the "fair-weather" friend of a woman with ALS in the independent drama You're Not You, directed by George C Wolfe and starring Hilary Swank, Emmy Rossum and Josh Duhamel.


In 2014, Ali Larter obtained a regular part in the first season of TNT's drama series Legends, appearing as Crystal Quest, an operative with the FBI's Deep Cover Operations.


Ali Larter starred in the supernatural thriller The Diabolical as Madison, a single mother who battles evil forces in her house.


Ali Larter played the role of Amelia Slater in the Fox series Pitch, about a young black woman who makes history by becoming the first woman to play Major League Baseball.


From 2019 to 2020, Ali Larter played the recurring role of Grace Sawyer in the police procedural series The Rookie.


Ali Larter first appeared in the media when she portrayed the fictional character of Allegra Coleman in the November 1996 issue of Esquire.


Ali Larter herself received a considerable amount of attention after the cover; she received phone calls from morning TV shows and others for interviews.


In 2009, Ali Larter was named Cosmopolitan magazine's Fun Fearless Female of the year at a ceremony held in Beverly Hills.


Ali Larter has appeared on the cover of numerous magazines, including Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Health, Seventeen, Self, Shape, Maxim, Esquire, Lucky, Allure and Philadelphia Style.


Ali Larter has appeared in print ads and commercials throughout her career.


Ali Larter has appeared in commercials for Parfums de Coeur Designer Imposter Body Sprays and Stolichnaya vodka.


In June 2010, Ali Larter was one of thousands of delegates from 130 countries who participated in a United Nations conference, 'Women Deliver' in Washington, DC Ali Larter, along with her husband Hayes MacArthur, hosted The Art of Elysium Gala in 2013 and are to be recipients of the Spirit of Elysium Award at the January 2014 ceremony.


Ali Larter has appeared on the covers of Shape, Cosmopolitan, Allure, Glamour, Lucky, InStyle, Maxim, and Entertainment Weekly.


On July 20,2010, Ali Larter announced that she and MacArthur were expecting their first child and later, on the September 10 episode of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, announced that she was expecting a boy.


Ali Larter gave birth to the couple's son, Theodore Hayes MacArthur, on December 20,2010.


Ali Larter gave birth to a girl named Vivienne Margaret on January 15,2015.