Alison Wachtler


Alison Wachtler is an actress known for The Congressman (2016),A Well Designed Plan (2015),and The Exchange (2000). Alison is from Great Neck, New York, the third of four children born to Sol Wachtler, former Chief Judge of the State of New York, and Joan Wachtler. After graduating from college, Alison worked in New York as a writer and columnist for a rock magazine and various trade publications, while pursuing her career in acting. Alison performed in theater and summer stock and later moved into television and film. She began her television career with several TV series, most memorably as a comedy sketch player in 'Sunday Night'. Some of the daytime dramas she had roles in were All My Children, One Life to Live, and As the World Turns. Alison starred in many movies-of-the-week, including 'A Matter of Principle' opposite Loretta Swit. She has also appeared as a principal in numerous national commercials and print campaigns including Marshall's Department Stores and the National Hockey League. Alison has had leading roles in feature films in addition to a number of award-winning independent films. She is also a voiceover artist, print model, and training film spokesperson. Alison is married to Barry Braunstein, they have two children.


Movie Name Release Date
chappaquiddick January 1, 1970