Fair-haired American character actress Allison Hossack built her career from the early '90s onward, typically with supporting roles in prime-time network telemovies that demonstrated no genre predilection. These included the supernatural drama White Light (1991), about a near-death experience; the domestic-violence drama Dangerous Intentions (1994), with Corbin Bernsen as an evil husband who regularly and systematically beats his wife; and A Little Thing Called Murder (2006), Richard Benjamin's crime biopic about Kenny and Sante Kimes. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi