Alison Lohman

Lohman in March 2017 Alison Marion Lohman (born September 18, 1979) is a retired American actress. She began her career with small roles in short and independent films, and had a breakthrough as the star of the drama film ''White Oleander'' (2002), which earned her recognition and a Young Hollywood Award. She earned praise for her performances in the fantasy film ''Big Fish'' (2003) and the dark comedy film ''Matchstick Men'' (2003), winning a Hollywood Film Award for Best Supporting Actress for the latter. She lent her voice to the 2005 redub of the 1984 animated film ''Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind'' and starred in the sitcom ''Tucker'' (2000–2001) before taking a role in the soap opera ''Pasadena'' (2001).

Lohman sporadically worked in acting throughout the late 2000s, notably playing roles in the action film ''Beowulf'' (2007) and the drama film ''Things We Lost in the Fire'' (2007). Her highest-grossing film came with the horror film ''Drag Me to Hell'' (2009), which earned her nominations for the Detroit Film Critics Society Award for Best Actress, the Saturn Award for Best Actress, and the MTV Movie Award for Best Scared-As-Shit Performance. She 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. She has since had small roles in Neveldine's films ''The Vatican Tapes'' (2015), ''Urge'' (2016), and ''Officer Downe'' (2016). Provided by Wikipedia
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