Allison has been cast as the female lead of Kings, NBC's modern retelling of the story of King David.
She is a vegan.
There is another Allison Miller, who is an Australian actress and appeared in The Adventures of Kanga Roddy.
Miller also shares a first and last name with a fairly well-known jazz drummer.
Allison Miller (unfortunately) shares a name with an adult film actress, who was making movies in 2002, so, because Allison would have been sixteen at the time, it is clear they are different people.
Allison appeared in a University of Florida performance of The Vagina Monologues in February, 2005 to benefit charities and education programs to stop violence against women and girls.
She attended the University of Florida in Gainesville for two years before leaving for Los Angeles in January 2006 to pursue acting full time.
According to the Centre (County, Pennsylvania) Daily Times Miller is 20 years old as of April 2006.
Miller wore fake tatoos and piercings for her role as a Suicide Girl on C.S.I. New York, claiming on the SG website, "I do not fit the bill; I do not have tatoos or piercings."
The actress was one of eight actresses chosen as finalists to play Laurie in the 2004 Vh-1 reality show In search of the Partridge Family in 2004. This was her first tv appearance.
Allison Miller refuses to reveal her age in interviews because she auditions for both adult and teen roles.
She studied piano, voice, dancing as well as acting while growing up.
Her character was murdered in each of her first two network tv appearances, both on CBS shows. She met her end as Violet Polley in Poor Little Fool on CBS's Cold Case and also as Omen/Carnessa Sanders in the Oedipus Hex episode of CSI New York .
After travelling around during her youth, Allison eventually graduated from The Macclay School, a prestigious private acadamy in Tallahasse, Florida.
She has travelled a bit while growing up as she lived in State College, PA, Lexington, KY and Tallahasee, Fl.
Allison was born in Rome, Italy but grew up in the United States.
Allison: (On doing voice-over work for an interactive children's book) It was really fun to do because you don't have to really worry about what you look like at all. It's about making your voice as a character
Allison: (on show business success)I've just learned that a lot of it is luck, as much as it is talent.
Allison: (on her father's reaction to her fake body art as a Suicide Girl on C.S.I. New York)Oh my god, he'd have a heart attack. When its fake I think he's okay with it.
John Winn Miller (Allison's father): We're thrilled to see Allison doing so well in such a short time in Hollywood, although it is a little unnerving to keep seeing her playing an innocent from the hills who gets murdered in the big city.
Allison: (Young Actors Theatre) taught me everything I know about acting, up until I got to college," Miller said. "I think it gave me not only a great theater experience but a strong work ethic. Tina (Young Actor's Theatre Director Tina Williams) was adamant that everyone be on time to work and that everyone gave their best efforts. A good performance left us all feeling accomplished.