|Full Name||Allison McAtee|
|Birth Name||Allison McAtee|
|Filmography||Ugly Betty,Bloomington,NCIS,The Haves and the Have Nots|
|Date of Birth||September 24,1980|
Allison McAtee, 41, is an American actress who gained recognition with her role as Catherine Stark in the 2010 film Bloomington and Maggie Day in the primetime drama The Haves and the Have Nots.
Allison McAtee was born on 24th September 1985 in Erie, Pennsylvania, the U.S.A., and was raised in Edinboro by parents Sandra Leichtenberger and Edward McAtee. As of 2021, she is 41 years old.
5 feet 9 and a half inches tall actress has white ethnicity. After high school, she enrolled at the University of Pittsburgh School of Arts and Sciences and earned her BA degree in Theater Arts.
Moreover, she also studied at Imperial College in London.
The Ugly Betty star is reportedly single as of 2021. She is quite private regarding her personal life and is rarely seen with guys in public.
Similarly, her social media profile is full of posts related to her family, friends, and work so it is hard to tell about her love life.
Her most recent post was about Earth day.
According to various sources, McAtee owns a net worth between $500 thousand to $700 thousand as of May 2021.
Allison began her career in stage productions Off-Broadway in NYC while attending Imperial College. She made her film debut as Heather in the 2003 film Why We Had to Kill Bitch.
Likewise, McAtee made her television debut as Jett in the ABC soap opera One Life to Live.
She then went and starred in Rescue Me, Ugly Betty, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, CSI: Miami, and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, and others.
She grabbed public attention playing Catherine in the 2010 drama film Bloomington alongside Sarah Stouffer, Erika Heidewald, and Ray Zupp.
From 2014 to 2016, McAtee portrayed Maggie Day on the Oprah Winfrey Network crime drama soap opera The Haves and the Have Nots opposite Tika Sumpter, Crystal Fox, Renee Lawless, and Tyler Lepley.
As of 2020, Allison played Kendal Macario in an upcoming film Breathe.