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Toronto International Film Festival 2002
TOR2002090605-TORONTO, Ontario, Canada,September 6 (UPI) -- Actress Alison Lohman arrives at the Toronto International Film Festival gala screening of "White Oleander" at Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto, Canada on September 6, 2002. Lohman co-stars with Michelle Pfeiffer and Robin Wright Penn in the film. jg/cc/cc/Christine Chew UPI
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Alison Marion Lohman (born September 18, 1979) is an American actress. She has had lead roles in the films White Oleander in 2002 and Drag Me to Hell in 2009 as well as smaller parts in Matchstick Men, Big Fish and Flicka. She has also had roles on several television shows including 7th Heaven, Crusade, Tucker and Pasadena.

Lohman also voiced the title character in the 2005 English language re-dubbing of Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind.

Lohman was born and raised in Palm Springs, California, the daughter of Diane (née Dunham), a patisserie owner, and Gary Lohman, an architect. She has one younger brother, Robert (born 1982). She has two cats, Monk and Clint. Her family had no industry connections, but at age nine, she played Gretyl in The Sound of Music at the Palm Desert's McCallum Theater. Two years later, she won the Desert Theater League's award for "Most Outstanding Actress in a Musical" for the title role in Annie. By the age of 17, Lohman had appeared in 12 different major productions and had been a backing singer for the likes of Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope and the Desert Symphony.

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