American actress Alison Lohman debuted in 1998. At the early part of her career, she had one-time roles in the TV shows Pacific Blue, 7th Heaven, and Crusade. Later, she appeared in 4 episodes of the TV drama Safe Harbor. Meanwhile, in the movies, she had her first role in Kraa! The Sea Monster. She next appeared in the films Planet Patrol, The Auteur Theory, and The Thirteenth Floor. In the 2000s, she starred in the TV movie Sharing the Secret. Later, she starred as McKenna Reid in the sitcom Tucker.
After its cancelation, she played the starring role of Lily McAllister in the Fox soap opera Pasadena. Back in the movies, she landed parts in the films The Million Dollar Kid, Alex in Wonder, and Delivering Milo. In 2002, she played the lead Astrid Magnussen in the movie adaptation of the novel White Oleander. For her performance, she won the Young Hollywood Award for Superstar of Tomorrow.
She next played the Young Sandra Templeton in Tim Burton’s Big Fish. The rest of the 2000s saw her performing in the films Matchstick Men, The Big White, Where the Truth Lies, Delirious, Flicka, Beowulf, Things We Lost in the Fire, and Gamer. Lohman went on to star in the horror film Drag Me to Hell. The movie was both a critical and commercial success. In the 2010s, she had roles in the films The Vatican Tapes, Urge, and Officer Downe.
Alison Lohman isn’t much of a fitness freak. She’s not into physical training so regularly hitting the gym is out of the question. But while she doesn’t engage in laborious exercises, it doesn’t mean that she’s not active. The actress only prefers to train her body the simplest ways she know how. For starters, she likes to walk and run. She prefers outdoor activities like swimming and hiking rather than running on treadmills. She also does yoga at home, as well as Pilates.