Unplugged & Totally Uncut
Unplugged & Totally Uncut

Alisan Porter From NBC's The Voice

April 4, 20169 min
Los Angeles native Alisan Porter went head-to-head with teammate Daniel Passino. Alisan beat Daniel, and Christina named her the winner of the Knockout. As a married mother of two and stepmom to one, Alisan proudly says that her family is “everything,” but her current life is a far cry from a career in Hollywood that began nearly 30 years ago. When she was just two, Alisan started auditioning for commercials, and in a span of just two years, she was booking national commercials and was even featured on Star Search. With this exposure, she was put on the radar of every casting agency in Hollywood and soon began booking film roles—most notably the title role in the John Hughes film “Curly Sue,” starring Jim Belushi, and “Parenthood” alongside Steve Martin. As a young adult, Alisan struggled with drugs and alcohol, but now eight years clean, she is proud to share her story of overcoming addiction and is ready to give stardom one more shot on ‘The Voice.’

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