Allison Miller is an American television and film actress. She is primarily known for her roles on series such as "Terra Nova" and "Go On."
While born in Rome, actress Allison Miller is otherwise all American, growing up in Lexington, Kentucky before moving to Tallahassee, Florida in her youth. It was during this time that she became a member of the Young Actor's Theatre in Tallahassee. Graduating from Maclay School, she went on to Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee before transferring to the University of Florida. In addition to continuing to polish up her acting chops, Allison trained in voice, tap, jazz, and modern dance, as well as continued to practice guitar and piano.
By 2006, it was time for Allison to put her money where her mouth was, so she moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting full-time. Much like the life of many a young actress starting out, she began landing small roles on series such as "Cold Case," "CSI: NY," and "Boston Legal" before finally getting herself hooked up with a lead role on the series "Kings" in 2009. By 2011, she was one of the stars of the big-budget (yet short-lived) FOX dinosaur series "Terra Nova."
With her television career now firmly on the right path, Alison was able to slowly ween her way into films. In 2014, she was cast in the films "Devil's Due" and "Always Woodstock," as well as continuing her television hot streak with prominent roles on series "Go On" and "Selfie." While both were cancelled in their first seasons, the fact that the roles keep coming can definitely not be seen as a bad sign for an actress still firmly on the rise.