Actress Alison Lohman and film director Mark Neveldine are one of the cutest couples in Hollywood. The husband and wife duo are known for their perfectly happy married life. Lohman of ‘Drag Me to Hell’ fame and her director husband tied the knot on August 19, 2009 and have been happily married ever since. The actress gave birth to their first child, a son Billy Neveldine in 2010 and the pair bore their second baby later.
And now, almost 3 years after their second child, the long-term Hollywood couple is planning to have more children. At least that’s what reports speculate. It has been rumored that the Matchstick Men star and her Ghost Rider director partner are thinking about expanding their small yet happy family. Souces close to the family have revealed that the actress, who has almost disappeared from the film industry after her last movie “Drag Me to Hell”, is busy spending time with the bundles of joy that are her children. And now, the cutie pie has reportedly expressed her desire to become a mother one more time. If reports are indeed true, it would be really good to see the parents of two winning at parenting with their third child as well.
Lohman’s husband, who is a film director, producer, screenwriter and camera operator, is best known for his frequent collaboration with Brian Taylor and for his movie, the Ghost Rider sequel, Spirit of Vengeance. As for his wife, she is known as one of the most talented movie artists in Hollywood. But despite her talent and popularity, Alison Lohman has completely disappeared from the mainstream movie industry.
The actress is an actress who, despite having a long list of flop movies in her pocket, has been praised and critically acclaimed for her acting. Lohman has starred alongside Michelle Pfeiffer, Robin Wright Penn and Renee Zellweger in Peter Kosminsky’s ‘White Oleander’ a screen adaptation of Janet Fitch’s novel. She garnered rave reviews from critics despite the movie’s failure. Some media sources even described as it as her breakthrough role.
Lohman later appeared in movies like Matchstick Men by Ridley Scott with Nicholas cage and Sam Rockwell and Tim Burton’s Big Fish. Both the movies hardly got the taste of success. As mentioned before, the actress then appeared in Drag Me to Hell, Sam Raimi’s critically acclaimed horror movie.
Lohman is very popular for her girly image despite her age. Lohman played the role of an older teenager pretending to be a 14-year-old girl in Matchstick Men. She was 23 during the filming and had turned 24 when the film released. While auditioning for the Matchstick Men, she dressed up and acting like a 14-year-old girl. Director Ridley Scott hardly knew her real age and realized it only when she told him. Besides this, she also played a character eleven years younger than herself in Flicka.
Despite vanishing from movies, this actress is enjoying her family life with her beloved husband and kids. Her career as an actress has added a lot to her net worth and the power couple has shown no hint of getting divorced anytime soon. So, it would not be surprising if they announce their plan of expanding their family. We hope that the duo soon reveals the good news on Twitter or Instagram.