‘Blue Bloods’: Who Plays Detective Allison Mulaney?

The latest program of Blue blood introducing us to a new character, Detective Allison Mulaney. Who is the actor playing this role? Here is all that Showbiz Cheat Sheet knows.

Frank Reagan’s sad decision

Ali Stroker as Detective Allison Mulaney and Tom Selleck as Frank Reagan |  Patrick Harbron / CBS through Getty Images
Detective Allison Mulaney has a special request for Frank Reagan | Patrick Harbron / CBS through Getty Images

Blue blood Season 11, Episode 4 (titled “Redemption”), Detective Allison Mulaney makes a special request to Frank. Allison was injured in the field and is now using a wheelchair. She asks Frank to let her return to the field. It is up to her to decide where her career goes from here.

Allison decides to stress Frank at a press conference. However, Frank does not like her approach. He tells her that he does not “take on that kind of pressure well”. So far, it doesn’t look good for Allison. “No detective found an active crime scene from a wheelchair,” Frank tells her in a brief preview of the incident.

Who will play Allison Mulaney on ‘Blue Bloods’?

Detective Allison Mulaney is played by Ali Stroker. One of Stroker’s early roles was in the short video in 2011 Rachel Bloom: I was a mermaid and now I am a pop star. She gained fame after reaching the finals The Glee Project Season 2. In 2013, Stroker played the character Betty Pillsbury in a program of Glee entitled “I Do.”

Stroker is also known for being the first actress to use a wheelchair for maneuver to be nominated for and won a Tony award for a Broadway show (she played Ado Annie in Oklahoma!). She is also the first actress to use a wheelchair to play on the Broadway stage. Additionally, Stroker is the first person with a disability to star in a film Christmas Lifetime, USA today.

Stroker says she enjoys playing characters that have a broader story line. She said USA today it is encouraging to see Longevity embrace diversity when it comes to throwing:

I’m thrilled that this statement is there now, because when I was a kid, I didn’t have that. I went to watch theater and I watched TV and movies, and I never saw anyone like me. These statements are so powerful for young people, because you understand that that can be for you. You can have your love story.

The other part of it that is so important to me is, if you’re an actor or an actor with a disability, the story doesn’t have to be about that. This does not have to be about disability. That doesn’t have to be a conflict. That doesn’t have to be the character’s story line.

Ali Stroker, USA today

Ali Stroker disaster

She suffered paralysis after being involved in a car crash when she was 2 years old. She said New Jersey Month her parents always encouraged her to reach out for her dream.

‘My parents were great,’ said Stroker. “Because I had limitations, they were always focusing on where my strengths and gifts were. We focused heavily on what I could do and not what I could do. ”

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