Does Allison Mack Have Any Money Or Celebrity Ties After Two Years In Prison?

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The television show Smallville made its initial appearance on the WB back in 2001 before transitioning to The CW network in 2006, where it ran through its final season in 2011. It performed incredibly well upon release and helped put some young, relatively unknown actors on the map while also giving DC and Superman fans insight into Clark Kent’s life growing up in his fictitious hometown of Smallville, Kansas.

While a good portion of the younger cast involved, like Tom Welling, Michael Rosenbaum, Erica Durance, and Kristin Kruek, didn’t start their acting careers until the early 2000s, actress Allison Mack had already been slowly trying to climb up the Hollywood ladder since the early 1990s.

Although the depth of her involvement with NXIVM wasn’t truly revealed until the tail end of Smallville’s runtime, Mack joined the cult in 2006 and quickly worked her way up the ranks, a move that ultimately lead to her downfall and brought her career to a screeching halt.

Allison Mack is mostly known for her role as Chloe Sullivan in the Superman-inspired television show Smallville, which ran from 2001 to 2011 and featured her in a whopping 205 episodes during her time on the program.

However, the starlet’s career started much earlier than that in the early 1990s with made-for-TV movies like The Perfect Bride and A Message from Holly. She also has several smaller roles in television shows like Evening Shade, Hiller and Diller, and 7th Heaven.

Sticking with DC, she lent her voice to animated shows and films as well as Clea in The Batman and Power Girl in Superman/Batman: Public Enemies, all while still actively working on Smallville as one of its longest-running characters.

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