American teen actress and model Allie Deberry is perhaps best known for
playing the recurring role of Paisley Houndstooth on the Disney Channel
Original Series, “A.N.T. Farm” from 2011 to 2013. She
received a Young Artist nomination for her performance.
Childhood and Family:
Allie Deberry was born Alexandria Deberry on October 1994, in Kingwood,
Texas. She is the youngest of three children of Tom and Cindy DeBerry.
She began modeling when she was four. Allie took part in various
activities at schools, including cheerleading, choir, tennis,
volleyball, and track. After attending public schools, she decided to
take online college courses.
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Young Allie Deberry started appearing in a number of commercials,
including Barbie, Hasbro Smoochie Pups, Rainforest Cafe, Church's
Chicken, Burger King, Game of Life, and Memorial Hermann Hospital. She
has appeared in JC Penneys, and American girl catalogs.
Deberry ventured into acting at age 7 when she landed the role of
flower girl in the made for television film “The Way She
Moves” (2001), starring Annabeth Gish, Kamar de los Reyes,
and Daniel Cosgrove. The same year, she appeared as Brittany in an
episode of “It's a Miracle” called “Lost Little
Girl.” In 2003, she portrayed young Alex in the episode
“Alex Misses the Boat” of the ABC sitcom “I'm with
In 2007, Deberry portrayed Sara Pedersen on the romance/comedy film
“Love and Mary,” directed and written by Elizabeth
Harrison and starring Lauren German and Gabriel Mann. The film got
generally negative to mixed reviews. On the small screen, she made
guest appearances in “What's the Word?” (2008), “True
Jackson, VP” (2009, played Cammy), “The Wannabes Starring
Savvy” (2009) and “Shake It Up!” (2010).
In 2011, Deberry began her role as Paisley Houndstooth, the best friend
of Lexi Reed, played by Stefanie Scott, on the Disney Channel Original
series “A.N.T. Farm,” which ran for three seasons from May
6, 2011 to March 21, 2014. She made her last appearance on the episode
“SilANT Night” that was aired on December 6, 2013. Deberry
was nominated for a Young Artist Award in 2012 in the category of Best
Performance in a TV Series - Recurring Young Actress 17-21 for her
In 2013, Deberry appeared in the comedy/science fiction movie
“The Starving Games,” starring Maiara Walsh, Brant
Daugherty, and Cody Christian. She also guest starred in an episode of
“Hart of Dixie”called “The Kiss” (2013).
Recently, in 2014, Deberry appeared as Savannah in an episode of
“Suburgatory” called “The Ballad of Piggy
Deberry has completed filming the role of Jackie in the family movie
“Pass the Light, Sophie Ireland in the action movie
“Mission Air” and Annie in “ Hoovey,” which is
set to be released on September 5, 2014, September 21, 2014, and in
February 2015, respectively. She will work opposite Shelby Young, Cary
Elwes and Michael Welch in the upcoming thriller movie
“Cawdor,” written and directed by Phil Wurtzel. The film is
scheduled to be released in the U.S. on November 1, 2014. She also will
star as Kylie in the family movie “The Adventures of Pepper and
Paula” (2014), opposite Donny Boaz and Jon Michael Davis.