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|Born: || December 9, 1969
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|| Bronx, New York, USA
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Appeared opposite Alan Alda in the L.A. stage production "Q.E.D."
Co-starred in "Buddy Faro"
Had recurring role of Sara Pratt on the NBC legal drama "Sweet Justice"
Professional stage debut in "Evita"
TV debut as the young Eva in the NBC miniseries "Evita Peron"
Appeared as a young girl who pretends to be a boy in order to play the lead in a local production of "Oliver!" in "A Different Twist" (ABC)
Had a recurring role on the NBC drama "The West Wing", playing Rob Lowe's love interest
Had leading role of a college student who is raped in "A Reason to Believe"
Played Jane Curtin's daughter Jennie on the CBS sitcom "Kate & Allie"
Raised in Waldwick, New Jersey
Starred in the West Coast premiere of David Mamet's play "Oleanna"
Assumed title role in the Broadway musical "Annie"; played over 1,000 performances
Co-starred in the Lifetime TV-movie "Wildflower"
Feature film debut in the horror film "Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday"
Co-starred in the short-lived CBS series "Spy Game"
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"You know, singing at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade with the Cabbage Patch Kids when you're 16 isn't exactly the cooest thing to be doing." --Allison Smith on what she regrets about her childhood in show business, quoted in TIME OUT NEW YORK, November 12-19, 1998
Randy Grimmett. Attorney. Born c. 1969; married on June 23, 2001 in Napa Valley; serves as vice president at ASCAP.