Allison Smith as Claire Lieberman

Allison Smith (born December 9, 1969) is an actress who played Claire Lieberman in Young Indiana Jones and the Hollywood Follies, the first of four TV movies made for The Family Channel based on The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles.

Before appearing in this role, Smith was already known as one of several performers to have starred in the title role during the original Broadway run of Annie and for her regular role as Jennie Lowell on the sitcom Kate & Allie, while she has since become best known for the recurring role of Mallory O'Brien on The West Wing. Her other television appearances include regular roles on Spy Game and Buddy Faro; recurring roles on Sweet Justice and Wasteland; appearances in the TV movies Full Circle (with Mark Kiely), Helter Skelter (with Nick Jameson and Keith Szarabajka), Mystery Woman: Vision of a Murder, and Ordinary Miracles; and guest roles on numerous series such as Silver Spoons, Deadly Games, Homicide: Life on the Street, Murder, She Wrote, Beverly Hills 90210, The X-Files, The Closer, House MD, Scrubs, Nip/Tuck (with Roma Maffia), Childrens Hospital, Trust Me, and Franklin & Bash.

Smith's feature film credits include Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (with Michael Buchman Silver), A Reason to Believe (with Jay Underwood), Two Guys Talkin' About Girls, Switchback (written and directed by Jeb Stuart, with Robert Peters), Los Años Bárbaros (with Alfredo Belinchon), Holes (with Ravil Isyanov, Shia LaBeouf, Steve Lambert, and Roma Maffia), and Larry Gaye: Renegade Male Flight Attendant (also with Michael Buchman Silver).

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