Originally from Steinbach, Manitoba, Canada, Allison Hossack started in the entertainment industry in the early 90s and has been making a name for herself ever since, both in Canada and in the United States. She received her Bachelor’s from Brandon University in Manitoba, where she completed a major in Music and a minor in Drama. She has since continued acting and voice training in New York City.
Hossack’s first appearance on-screen was as a series regular in the NBC soap opera “Another World.” Following that, she landed a lead role in “White Light,” directed by Al Waxman as well as a lead in the series “Cobra.” Hossack also held roles on several shows, including “Profit,” “Jake and The Kid,” “Two,” “Hope Island,” the multiple award-winning series “Da Vinci’s Inquest” and “Kingdom Hospital,” written by the renowned Stephen King.
Hossack guest-starred on “Stargate: Atlantis,” for which she was nominated for a Leo for Best Supporting Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series. Her other television credits include “Falcon Beach” for ABC Family, the CW’s “Reaper,” CTV’s “Robson Arms” and “Heartland” for CBC.
Hossack has also starred in several feature films and made-for-TV movies, including last year’s “The Gambler, the Girl, and the Gunslinger” alongside Dean Cain on the Hallmark Channel, and the Lifetime originals “Night Owl,” “The Hired Heart,” “A Little Thing Called Murder” and “A Job to Kill For.” She also starred in “Dangerous Intentions” with Donna Mills and Corbin Bernsen, “In the Dog House” for Showtime, “Anthrax” and “The Quality of Life” for CBC. Hossack has also appeared in such movies as “Escape from Mars,” “Ladies Night,” “Saving Milly” and “Normal.”
In addition to her many on-screen roles, Hossack is also a seasoned live performer, having played such roles as ‘Ophelia’ in Hamlet, ‘Candida’ in Candida, ‘Titania’ and ‘Puck’ in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and ‘Liesel’ in The Sound of Music.