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Ally Maki is someone you need to keep an eye on. This Asian beauty is taking the music industry by surprise with her amazing voice and a budding acting skills. You can see her as a recurring actress on the Disney’s popular teenage TV series, “Shake it Up.”

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Ally Maki Biography

Ally Maki was born in Seattle, Washington but to further her career both on singing and acting, she decided to move to Los Angeles at the age of 14. Just like any startup performer, she got several countless gigs such as singing in an opera, performing in musicals ad even commercial. She was spotted but a great agent and quickly got her a recording deal with Columbia Records. She got the chance to be with a girl pop-rock band, “The Valli Girls.” She played the keyboards and also sings.
But she felt that she prefers acting than singing and decided to try her luck auditioning. She soon landed different TV series such as Damon Wayan’s ABC series “My Wife and Kids,” as Sara and NBC’S “ER,” as Missy.
You can see her in various TV shows cameo such as on “That’s So Raven,” “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “Rouges,” and in “80’s Ending,” as Ally Matsumura. All TV series were aired on 2003.
Sadly, she wasn’t seen on many TV shows soon after that but she returned true and strong on 2007 with multiple occurring TV shows. On 2007, she acted as Alexa Tanaka on the TV movie “Subs”.
The following year, she also did a few recurring roles in the TV series, “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles,” and as Breckyn on the TV series, “Privileged,” that also aired on 2008. She was also on the TV series, “Miss Guided,” and in the special TV movie, “iCarly: iGo to Japan,” as Kyoko.
In year 2009, she got to TV series roles. She was on “Greek,” and “Bones.”
That year was her prime because she finally got the break that she waited for. She got a regular role as Dawn on the ABC Family’s “10 Things I Hate About You.” (2009-2010). She was also an additional guest star in Comedy Central’s “Workaholics,” “Franklin and Bash” for TBS, and CBS’ “The Big Bang Theory.”
Opportunities start to pile up as she got her first feature film role in “Step Up 3D,” as Kassandra Yamaguchi. The movie was directed by Jon M. Chu.
You can also find her in more TV series such as the “Franklin & Bash,” (2011) “Recess Court,” (2011) “The Family Tree,” as Shauna and on the TV series, “Company Car” as Ally. All aired on 2011.
On year 2011, Maki was 1 of 12 finalists (out of thousands) to be accepted into the annual NBC Diversity Showcase. She can next be seen recurring on Disney’s “Shake it Up,” and the independent “Music High,” directed by Mark Maine. In June, Maki will start shooting “Geography Club,” directed by Gary Entin, where she plays “Min,” a lesbian who is a part of a secret club for other closeted teens.
She has a lot of coming projects so you need to check out her IMBD for more of her great roles.
Currently, Maki resides in Los Angeles and is represented by Abrams Artists Agency and Sweeney Entertainment.

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