33 Facts About Allison Mack


Allison Christin Mack was born on July 29,1982 and is an American actress.

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Allison Mack played Chloe Sullivan on the superhero series Smallville and had a recurring role on the comedy series Wilfred.

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Allison Mack pleaded guilty to racketeering and racketeering conspiracy charges and was sentenced to three years in prison in 2021.

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Allison Mack's parents were in Germany at the time of her birth because Jonathan was performing there; they lived in Germany for two years before moving to California.

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Allison Mack went into modeling for a short period and studied at the Young Actors Space in Los Angeles at age seven.

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Allison Mack was featured in Camp Nowhere and in the Disney film Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves.

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Allison Mack earned several awards and nominations for her portrayal of Chloe, including the Teen Choice Award for Best Sidekick in 2006 and 2007.

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Allison Mack appeared as a series regular for nine seasons and returned as an intermittent main cast member in the tenth season, including the two-part series finale.

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From 2003 to 2006, Allison Mack's character appeared in her own miniseries Smallville: Chloe Chronicles and Smallville: Vengeance Chronicles.

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In 2008, Allison Mack made her directorial debut in Smallville season 8 episode "Power".

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Allison Mack had been part of a project with the Iris Theatre Company.

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In March 2012, Allison Mack was cast in a recurring role in the second season of the FX sitcom Wilfred.

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Allison Mack played Amanda, the love interest of Elijah Wood's lead character Ryan.

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Allison Mack returned to Wilfred for one episode of the fourth and final season.

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In 2014, Allison Mack guest-starred as a policewoman named Hilary in an episode of the Fox thriller The Following.

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Allison Mack had a long-term relationship with actor Chad Krowchuk during the 2000s.

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Allison Mack was engaged to fellow Smallville actor Sam Witwer in 2013, but the engagement was called off a year later.

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Allison Mack married Canadian actress Nicki Clyne, a NXIVM member, in February 2017.

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Allison Mack was a member of NXIVM, a now defunct multi-level marketing company founded by Keith Raniere and headquartered in Albany, New York.

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In 2006, Allison Mack joined NXIVM after attending a two-day introduction to "Jness", a women's group within NXIVM.

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Allison Mack eventually became a high-ranking member of the NXIVM organization.

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Allison Mack was the co-creator of "The Source", a NXIVM program that recruited actors.

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Allison Mack was a member of "Simply Human", a cappella NXIVM singing group.

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Allison Mack was the emcee of "A Capella Innovations", a multi-day festival.

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Allison Mack was allegedly second in command of DOS after Raniere.

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Allison Mack reportedly recruited four women into DOS, including India Oxenberg, daughter of actress Catherine Oxenberg.

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Allison Mack's recruits were unaware the brand was Raniere's initials and said that Allison Mack told them the brand was a symbol of the four elements: air, earth, fire and water.

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In exchange, Allison Mack received financial and other benefits from Raniere.

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Under the original indictment, Allison Mack faced a minimum of 15 years to life in prison if found guilty.

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Allison Mack provided relevant emails, documents and recordings to the government.

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The US Attorney credited Allison Mack with providing "detailed and highly corroborated information" but noted that Allison Mack could have provided even more substantial assistance had she made the decision to cooperate earlier and requested that Judge Nicholas Garaufis impose a sentence below the applicable guidelines range.

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Days before the sentencing, Allison Mack released a statement saying that her involvement with NXIVM was "the biggest mistake and greatest regret of [her] life" and expressed remorse in regard to those affected.

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Allison Mack reported to Federal Correctional Institution, Dublin, in Dublin, California, on September 13,2021, to begin serving her three year sentence.

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