She was born in Seattle, Washington, on December 29, 1986, as Allyson Matsumura. When she was fourteen years old, Ally Maki relocated to Los Angeles after being scouted by a talent scout. She then got signed on to Columbia Records through an all-girl band called “The Valli Girls” upon her introduction to the L.A. scene. Ally got featured on the A.B.C. family installment “10 Things I Hate About You” as “Dawn” in 2009 and eventually covered are supporting role in the movie “Geography Club, Playing” the Asian character Min. A Japanese American actress, Maki, has become a prime example of comprehensive benefits.
She has succeeded in bringing her significant star quality and good looks to many projects, including the film Wrecked. She is just starting to earn the prominence she deserves. Many people ask who she is beyond the powerful performances. Even though Maki chooses to spend most of her time working as a performer, she also possesses other abilities. Journalism is one of her biggest passions. Surprisingly, she even did an internship for U.S. Weekly while still in secondary school. As an intern, Maki assisted in producing articles for the online news site. Supporters should consider themselves lucky that she did not decide to continue publishing as a full-time career.
Currently, Ally Maki stars in the T.B.S. television show “Wrecked.” The show centered around a team of air crash victims on a secluded island having to adapt to daily existence and adapting to a new world. “Wrecked,” made its debut as 2016 ‘s Number One Cable sitcom, and is broadcasting to expanding ratings in its second season. Other T.V. credits include reappearing C.W. characters, namely in the series “Franklin and Bash” by T.N.T., “Privileged,” the hit series “The Big Bang Theory” “New Girl,” “NCIS,” AND “2 Broke Girls.” Maki is not comfortable with forcing Asian artists into common stereotypes, such as a nerdy buddy or an ultra-sexualized hottie. She hopes instead to find complex personal characters that provide a more excellent representation of Asian-Americans. The Asian beauty attributes that spirit of fighting for understanding to her grandparents. dHer grandma lived in an internment concentration camp during World War II but never tried to change who she was. Maki intends to bring that essence to television and give Asian audiences a persona to see themselves in.
In the gallery, you will find curated images of the T.V. personality that features her infamous shots, advertisements, and photographs on the red carpet. Just by scrolling through these images, you will find yourself falling for the actress. Ally Maki is changing the industry and has been championing for inclusivity; she is indeed a beauty with a heart. The Asian-American actress is bound to soar within the coming years.