Ally doesn't cook.
Her eye color is blue.
Ally practices yoga.
Ally likes to solve puzzles.
In 1995, Ally was in the movie Just Looking.
Her favorite season is fall.
According to Celebrity Sleuth Magazine, her measurements are 33-24-34.
Ally Walker in 1989 she was Clairol's "Nice & Easy Girl".
Her first son Jon Walker Landgraf was born August 7, 1997 weighing 7 lbs, 7 oz.
Ally is 5' 10" (1.78 m) tall.
Her mother was an attorney and her father a scientist.
In 1997, she was listed as one of People magazine's "40 Most Fascinating People on TV."
Ally: I stopped using products that are tested on animals when I got a dog.
Ally: A producer saw me in an L.A. restaurant and asked me to audition for a feature film. I decided that I could only go so far with the sciences, and I found the creative arts to be more stimulating.
Ally: Femininity is one of the strongest characteristics one can have.
Ally: Well, I had a little bit of a crush on Rock Hudson when he was in McMillan and Wife. He was very good looking and he treated her very well.
Ally: I had a lot of Curious George books. That was always great. Remember when he folded up all those newspapers into paper hats? And he sent them into the river and all the ducks were riding them? That was a great book!
Ally: I liked Mr. Magoo a lot because he was really critical, and I'm sort of critical myself.
Ally: I really want to convey someone who has come from the other side of darkness and is strong and intelligent.
Ally: I was awesome at Hula Hoop. I had a green one and an orange one. I could do two [at one time]. I could do it on my arms, I could do it really fast!
Ally: (On her perfect date) Someone who makes me laugh a lot.
Ally Walker: (On her favorite food) I love chocolate, red wine.
Ally Walker: (On her favorite music) I like all types of music. I like a lot of female vocalists. I like Sarah McLachlan a lot and Joni Mitchell.
Ally Walker: I take my son with me all of the time- I have a really good nanny, so they go with me to the trailer. They went with me every day on Profiler- but now that's he's 2, and he's going to be 3, and going to go to school, we need to have a life together, where I can take him to school.