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Alison Lohman (born as Alison Marion Lohman in Palm Springs, California, United States) is a famous Actress from USA, she is 38 years old and still alive, born September 18, 1979.

Biography

Alison Lohman (born 18 September 1979 ii Palm Springs, California) is an American actress.

She has had several leading roles in films such as White Oleander, Where the Truth Lies, Flicka and Drag Me to Hell, as well as several minor roles including Matchstick Men, Big Fish and Beowulf. She has also been on several television series 7th Heaven, Tucker and Pasadena. In 1997, after graduating from high school, moved to Los Angeles Lohman, California to pursue her acting career. Over the next few years, her work consisted of science fiction B-movies (such as Kraa! The Sea Monster and Planet Patrol), and various TV productions.

Lohman starred in White Oleander, an adaptation of Janet Fitch's novel, where she played against Michelle Pfeiffer, Robin Wright Penn and Renée Zellweger and the film was directed by Peter Kosminsky. Although the film failed for ticket offices received the generous reviews and Lohman's performance was met with critical acclaim and the film was described as her breakthrough.

The following year she appeared in Matchstick Men, directed by Ridley Scott. She played against Nicolas Cage and Sam Rockwell, but this was not a success for the box office this film either. Later that year she appeared in Tim Burton's Big Fish, and she continued making her trend of appearing in the acclaimed but commercially unsuccessful films.

She played a heroin addict in Things We Lost in the Fire. The actress was then signed to replace Oscar-nominated Ellen Page in Sam Raimi's critically acclaimed horror film, Drag Me to Hell, released 29 May 2009. Lohman married director Mark Neveldine in Watertown, New York on 19 august 2009 in Saint Anthony's Catholic Church.

Zodiac etc.

She is born under the zodiac virgo, who is known for Analyzing, Practical, Reflective, Observation, Thoughtful. Our collection contains 19 quotes who is written / told by Alison.

Related authors: Sam Raimi, Michelle Pfeiffer, Robin Wright Penn, Tim Burton, Nicolas Cage, Ridley Scott

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alison_Lohman

Famous quotes by Alison Lohman (19)


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"Obviously you don't want to be anonymous, but you don't want everyone to know your life"
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"I'm 24. I think when I was 18, 19, I had a problem with it because I wanted to look older and more womanly. I look in the mirror and I don't feel or look 14 to myself, regardless of what other people think. I'm fine with it and it really doesn't matter what age I'm playing"
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"But you're not necessarily ever going to be handed a script where you can say: it's all done and perfect"
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"My private life... Nobody should care. I think it's weird"
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"I'd like to play characters who are older - I don't want to be playing 14-year-olds too much longer"
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"I mean, God, I'm so lucky right now with the opportunities that I've had. There's nothing to worry about"
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"I just want to act. I just want to do the work"
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"I like to take a character and develop it"
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"For Astrid, no matter what challenges they go through, they are going to face each other. It's hard for a daughter to accept that her mother is that selfish and that terrible"
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"But, you know, it really depends on the character. Age doesn't really matter"
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"I did musicals from about age 10 to 18"
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"I think everybody faces challenges in their lives. I've definitely been through it - not to the extreme that Astrid did. I try to keep some kind of identity and strength"
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"I still get really nervous, though, before each performance. It kind of hits about 15 minutes before we go onstage - sometimes I don't even want to go on. But once I'm onstage I'm fine"
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"I don't know... I don't want people to know everything about me"
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"You know what? It's a great conversation starter, right? You meet friends that way. Sometimes it's a good thing. And then other times, I guess, the person is just a little too... then you kind of like want to back away. It depends on the person, you know?"
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"I've always loved acting with adults versus like the whole High School feel"
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"I mean, I like to think of myself as being strong and independent, but I definitely wasn't like that at 14"
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"My dad's an architect and my mom owned a French bakery for twelve years"
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"I don't think I'll ever be comfortable with the idea of being famous"


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