22 Facts About Alison Lohman


Alison Marion Lohman was born on September 18,1979 and is a retired American actress.


Alison Lohman earned praise for her performances in the fantasy film Big Fish and the dark comedy film Matchstick Men, winning a Hollywood Film Award for Best Supporting Actress for the latter.


Alison Lohman lent her voice to the animated film Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind and starred in the sitcom Tucker before taking a role in the soap opera Pasadena.


Alison Lohman sporadically worked in acting throughout the late 2000s, notably playing roles in the action film Beowulf and the drama film Things We Lost in the Fire.


Alison Lohman then retired from acting following her marriage to filmmaker Mark Neveldine later that year, stating that she wanted to teach online acting classes while focusing on raising their three children.


Alison Lohman has since had small roles in Neveldine's films The Vatican Tapes, Urge, and Officer Downe.


Alison Marion Lohman was born in Palm Springs, California, on September 18,1979, the daughter of patisserie owner Diane and Minnesota-born architect Gary Lohman.

Related searches
Frank Sinatra

Alison Lohman excelled in high school, obtaining top grades in all subjects except drama because she suffered from shyness.


Alison Lohman was offered a full scholarship to attend New York University but declined, opting instead to directly pursue an acting career.


At age nine, Alison Lohman played Gretl in The Sound of Music at the Palm Desert's McCallum Theater.


Alison Lohman went on to perform locally as a child singer, which included alongside Frank Sinatra at a benefit event in Palm Springs.


Alison Lohman moved to Los Angeles in 1997 to pursue an acting career, beginning with minor roles in independent films and B movies.


Alison Lohman was set to play a cancer patient in Tom Shadyac's 2002 film Dragonfly, for which Lohman shaved her hair.


Alison Lohman was cast in White Oleander, an adaptation of Janet Fitch's novel, which was directed by Peter Kosminsky.


Alison Lohman additionally earned praise for her roles in Matchstick Men, released in 2003, and Big Fish, released in 2003.


Alison Lohman had trained rigorously in horse-riding for the role, stating she was "constantly thrown emotionally and physically" while working with the horses for this role.


Alison Lohman next played a recovering heroin addict in Things We Lost in the Fire, which was released in 2007 to mostly positive reviews.


Alison Lohman had a role in 2009's Gamer, which was heavily criticized by critics.


Alison Lohman starred in Sam Raimi's 2009 horror film Drag Me to Hell, taking the role after Elliot Page dropped out due to scheduling conflicts.


Alison Lohman enjoyed her stunts during filming, despite not being particularly fond of horror films.


Alison Lohman has since taught online acting classes and had small roles in three of Neveldine's films.


In 2009, Alison Lohman married filmmaker Mark Neveldine at St Anthony's Catholic Church in Watertown, New York.