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Alison Raimondi

Alison Raimondi is an actress, known for Employee of the Month (2006), House at the End of the Drive (2014) and Smith and Mike on a Tuesday (2007). She has been married to John Brotherton since June 7, 2008. They have two children. See full bio »

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 2012 Pearblossom Hwy
 2010/III Gone
 2008 One Life to Live (TV Series)
- And Baby Makes Three (2008) ... Mother
 2007 Brooklyn Rules
Girl from Addiction (uncredited)
 2006 Talkshow with Spike Feresten (TV Series)
Hot Girl
- Joel Greco (2006) ... Hot Girl
 2006 Days of Our Lives (TV Series)
Desk Clerk
- Episode #1.10303 (2006) ... Desk Clerk
- Episode #1.10302 (2006) ... Desk Clerk
 2005 CSI: NY (TV Series)
- On the Job (2005) ... Nurse
 2004 Gilmore Girls (TV Series)
Girl #1
- You Jump, I Jump, Jack (2004) ... Girl #1
 2004 Club Dread
Screaming Island Guest (uncredited)
 2003 The Jazz Addict (Short)
 2003 The Bog Creatures

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Alison Raimondi is a native of Old Tappan, New Jersey. One of 3 children, she was raised by a single mother until both her parents later remarried. After high school, she left New Jersey and headed south to attend Loyola University of New Orleans where she studied theater and played college basketball, where she held three school records at Loyola: most steals in a game; most steals in a season; ... See more »

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