Now beginning her sixth season on the acclaimed drama "Smallville," Allison Mack stars as Chloe, The Daily Planet's newest and most eager journalist, and longtime friend and confidante to Clark Kent (Tom Welling).
Mack also starred in Showtime's critically acclaimed feature "My Horrible Year!" This story follows the intricate and turbulent life of a teenage girl as she turned 16. Mack, who brought years of training and experience to the project, proved to be the perfect fit for Eric Stoltz's directorial debut. The story was written and directed by Eric Stoltz and also starred Karen Allen and Mimi Rogers.
Since beginning her career at age 4 in her first commercial for German Chocolate, Mack has continued to be a busy working actress with an impressive roster of television roles. She garnered much attention for her portrayal of a teenager who abuses and inflicts wounds to her wrist on "7th Heaven." In the fall of 2000, Mack starred in The WB's "The Nightmare Room," and "The Opposite Sex," as well as a recurring role in "Evening Shade." Allison also starred in Disney's feature "Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves" and "Camp Nowhere."
An avid fan of musical theatre, Mack's talents extend
beyond film and television. She received rave reviews for pulling double
duty, both as a choreographer and performer, in "Rent" and "Chicago." As
a result of those performances, Mack was offered the chance to make her
directorial debut with Jer Bear Productions' staging of "Hair." Rave
reviews from LA Weekly, Backstage West, The Tolucan Times and The Burbank
Times all attest to Allison's diversity in the entertainment field. Music
and dance, as much as acting, remain a passion for Mack.