All About Allison
Allison Cameron Gray has been a SAG-AFTRA member since 2003, after guest-starring on Family Law. In her teens, she was hired to write a column for Kids on Wheels quarterly magazine. “Ask Alli” was a children’s version of “Dear Abby.” She continues to contribute to various magazines such as New Mobility and Action. At 16, Allison entered VSA Arts young playwrights contest satirizing the treatment of temporarily able bodied people treat people with different abilities. Her one-act play called “Sideshow” was awarded an Honorable Mention with excerpts performed at the Kennedy Center. From then on, she has been writing plays and screenplays. She co-wrote and produced along with Matt Chorpenning a stage adaptation of Terry Trueman's novel "Stuck in Neutral." Interested in describing the ironies of life, she performs stand up comedy in venues such as the Improv, the Comedy Store, and the Ice House. In 2010, Allison won second place in the Ha Ha Café’s Fresh Faces Comedy Contest. In addition, Allison is a public speaker. She is asked to speak annually to Occupational Therapy students at USC as well as to middle school students. Allison has also been a keynote speaker at the Southern California TASH Conference. She earned a Bachelor's in Social Welfare and Social Justice from California State University Northridge.