After ten years (2001-2011) Allison Mack finished her role on The CW’s acclaimed drama Smallville, Mack starred as Clark Kent’s (Tom Welling) best friend, Chloe Sullivan. Mack’s role continued to grow throughout the series as her character went from High shool reporter to Watchtower for the Justice League
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.
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.
Mack returned to theatre in 2010 when she made her off-Broadway debut in Love, Loss, and What I Wore. In 2011 she starred in the off-Broadway play Apple Cove and studied at The Shakespeare Lab, a public theatre’s program for professional actor development.
Mack, who since Smallville‘s May 2011 series finale had been focused on stage work, booked her first new TV gig in 2012. She landed a major recurring role on FX's Wilfred, playing a biochemist and love interest for the titular character, Ryan (played by Elijah Wood).
In 2013 Mack, and a group of likeminded women, started a women's company: Jness.
Chloe Sullivan, investigative reporter.
You’re looking at The Star City Register’s newest hire. By day, of course.