Who is Allie Bertram?

Allie Bertram was born on 23 June 1989, in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and is a dancer as well as an actress, well-known from appearing in numerous television series during her career. She played the role of Mimmi in the Australian show “Mako: Island of Secrets”, joining the cast during the second season and remaining a main cast member until its final season.

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The Net Worth of Allie Bertram

As of early-2020, Allie Bertram’s net worth is estimated to be over $1 million, earned through a successful career in acting. Aside from working on television, she’s also appeared in several films mostly in minor roles.

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She’s been active in the entertainment industry since 2008, including independent film projects.

Early Life and Career Beginnings

Allie grew up in Calgary, and at a young age she aspired for a career in the performing arts. She loved dancing, and trained for most of her youth, which led her to appear in the TV dance competition show called “So You Think You Can Dance Canada”. The reality show pits various dancing talents against each other, after holding auditions across the major cities of the country.

After each round of the competition, dancers compete for the votes of the public, with the couples who receive the fewest votes competing once more to remain in the competition. The show has featured numerous high-profile choreographers such as Sean Cheesman, Luther Brown, and Paul Becker. It was also praised for its incorporation of international dance styles, such as dancehall and African jazz. Allie appeared during the first season of the show, but didn’t get far into the competition.

Transition to Acting

A year later Bertram started gaining a few acting projects, with her first being a small guest role in the show “Being Erica” during its second season.

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The CBC show follows the story of the titular character who goes back in time to try and fix some of her biggest regrets. The following year she was then given a guest role in the show “Supernatural”, appearing in episode during its fifth season. The show follows the story of the Winchester brothers played by Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles, who hunt supernatural threats such as monsters, ghosts, demons, and others. The show has been highly successful, and in 2020 is running on its 15th and final season.

After “Supernatural”, Allie played the character Zoe, in an episode of “Smallville” during its 10th season.

The show is named after the hometown on which the DC character Superman grew up, and follows young Clark Kent as he learns to manage life with his powers, leading to his eventual life as a superhero. In 2011, she made her film debut in “Sucker Punch” as a dancer – the Zack Snyder directed film tells the story of a woman who is living inside a mental institution, but it received negative reviews and failed at the box office.

Continued Acting Work

In 2012, Bertram gained a string of projects which helped build her portfolio. She appeared in the independent film “In Their Skin”, while having guest roles in “Hour of Fear’ and “DJ Rebel”.

One of her biggest projects at the time was a guest role in the JJ Abrams television series “Fringe” which starred Anna Torv and Joshua Jackson, and follows a fictional team within the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) which uses unusual techniques to try and investigate unusual occurrences related to a parallel universe; the show received praise for that, and its depiction of alternate timelines, gaining a cult following. It has been compared to shows such as “Lost’, “The Twilight Zone” and “The X-Files”.

Other projects she’s had include “Holiday Spin” and “The Pregnancy Project”. In 2013, she had significantly less work, appearing as the character Crystal during the first episode of the show “Motive”, a police procedural series.

She then appeared in two episodes of the comedy show “Psych”.

Mako and Recent Projects

In 2015, Allie gained her biggest role in the television show “Mako: Island of Secrets”. The Australian series is also known internationally as “Mako Mermaids”, and was created with a younger audience in mind. It is a spin-off from the show “H2O: Just Add Water”, another popular show which showcased teenage girls who are also mermaids with power over water. In the spin-off, the main character is a boy named Zac who falls into a pool of water on the island of Mako which turns out to be magical.

He is turned into a Merman as a result, and then goes on an adventure with other merpeople.

Allie appeared alongside Amy Ruffle, Chai Romruen, Gemma Forsyth, Linda Ngo, and Alex Cubis, and the show gained a lot of international attention thanks to being picked up by the web television service Netflix. The show officially ended with three seasons, though Netflix lists it as four as the second season was divided into two parts. Producers have expressed a desire to create a movie to end the entire show, but it hasn’t come to fruition. Following her work with Mako, Bertram took on a few more acting projects, but apparently hasn’t done anything new since 2018.

Personal Life

Allie married professional ice hockey player Andrew Cogliano in 2017. He is known for playing in the National Hockey League (NHL) for the Dallas Stars team, and is the 20th player in the history of the league to play 500 consecutive games, actually reaching 800 consecutive games, making him fourth overall in the historical rankings, broken when he was suspended in 2018. The couple has a daughter together, and they own a pet dog. One of the reasons why Allie has not been taking any new acting projects is because she is focused on raising a family. Time will tell if she plans to make a comeback to the industry in the coming years.

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