Ally Walker has made her mark in both television and film, at first, starring in daytime's Emmy ® winning Santa Barbara, and True Blue, followed by as turn a private eye in the series Moon Over Miami. As Samantha Waters in Profiler, she played a forensic psychologist with a dark past. In HBO's Tell Me You Love Me she received critical acclaim for her portrayal of "Katie." Walker appeared for three seasons as the sociopath ATF Agent June Stahl on Sons of Anarchy, FX's critically acclaimed dramatic hit series. Her most recent series role was Gloria Shepherd in the Lifetime's The Protector. Ally also made several guest appearances on Matlock, L.A. Law, Wings, The Shield, Law & Order, Boston Legal, Southland, Law & Order Special Victims Unit, and many more hit series and several made for television movies.

On the big screen, Ally first appeared in Cameron Crowe's cult classic Singles. This was followed by the action flick, Universal Soldier and Steal Big, Steal Little, which starred Andy Garcia and was directed by Andrew Davis; Toe to Toe; Wonderful World with Matthew Broderick; and her well-remembered role as "Ashley Bartlett Bacon," Peter Gallagher's girlfriend in While You Were Sleeping.

She made her New York stage debut in Alan Ball's Five Women Wearing the Same Dress, alongside Thomas Gibson and Allison Janney. Recently, Ally returned to New York to appear in the final all-star cast of Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron's Love, Loss and What I Wore.

Ally has always been an environmental and child welfare activist, supporting such organizations as Environmental Defense Fund and CYFC Children Youth and Family Collaborative. Ally is most proud of her documentary For Norman...Wherever You Are. It chronicles Ally's experience through the Los Angeles Foster Care System, a journey that she was inspired to take after helping a mother and her one-year-old boy get off the streets. This film raised awareness of the flawed but necessary system and was essential to enacting significant reform not only in Los Angeles, but throughout the state of California. Additionally, this heartfelt project won Best Documentary Feature at the San Fernando Valley International Film Festival, as well as the Champion of Conscience Award at Wine Country Film Festival.

Ally was born in Tullahoma, Tennessee and raised in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Walker studied biology and chemistry at the University of California, Santa Cruz and went on to work for a genetic engineering firm in San Francisco. While spending a semester at Richmond College of the Arts in London, Walker became interested in theater but did not pursue it as a career in lieu of her education in the sciences. After graduating with a science degree, she continued to work in genetic engineering until she was spotted in an L.A. restaurant and cast her in her first project. She currently resides in Santa Monica with her husband, sons and three dogs.

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