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How rich is Allison Mack?

Name: Allison Christin Mack

Born: July 29, 1982

Occupation: Actress

Allison Mack, fair use
Allison Mack, fair use

Allison Mack was born in Preetz, West Germany on July 29, 1982. She is the daughter of Mindy Mack and Jonathan Mack, an opera singer. She has two siblings: Shannon and Robyn.

First getting involved in acting at the age of four, Allison studied the trade at Yong Actors Space in Los Angeles when she was seven.

Allison has been romantically linked to actors Chad Krowchuk and Sam Witwer. She is currently married to Nicki Clyne.

Allison started her career appearing in television commercials and modelling for clothing. It wasn’t until the late 1990s when she starred in a controversial episode for the hit WB series, “7th Heaven.” Allison landed parts in several other films and TV shows, including “Opposite Sex,” “The Nightmare Room,” “My Horrible Year!” and “Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves.”

In 2001, Allison was tapped for a starring role in the smash hit WB series “Smallville.” Her character, Chloe Sullivan, was so popular that she had a couple of her own miniseries, including “Smallville: Chloe Chronicles” and “Smallville: Vengeance Chronicles.” She even directed a couple of episodes.

Since then, Allison has had a variety of acting parts in “Wilfred,” “The Following,” “American Odyssey,” and “Lost in Oz.”

Allison has made international headlines throughout 2018 for her alleged involvement in a “sex slave cult” masked as a women’s empowerment organization called NXIVM. Allison was arrested and granted $5 million bail and was placed under house arrest. The latest reports suggest that Allison is working out a plea-deal and is expected to go on trial on October 1. It has also been revealed that branding members with DOS (Dominus Obsequious Sororium) was her idea.

We estimate that Allison Mack’s net worth is $2 million (2017).

So how much is $2 million really?

$2 million can pay for NXIVM founder Keith Raniere’s $10,000-a-week Mexican villa. $2 million can also cover the legal fees that would be associated with this court case.


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