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Peacemaker: Meet Alison Araya, Amber Calcaterra Actress



Amber Calcaterra actress Alison Araya

Who is the Amber Calcaterra actress in the Peacemaker movie? Let’s meet Alison Araya.

Note: This content contains spoilers.

Peacemaker is the first television series in the DC Extended Universe (DCEU), and it is a spin-off from the 2021 film The Suicide Squad.

The series follows jingoistic killer Christopher Smith / Peacemaker as he joins “Project Butterfly,” a black ops group that targets extraterrestrial parasitic butterfly-like entities, after the events of the film.

The first three episodes of Peacemaker aired on HBO Max on January 13, 2022. The rest of the series will be posted once a week till February 17th.

Who is Alison Araya?

Alison Araya is an actress who was born in Australia. Her acting career began in uncredited roles in 2000 and has since grown into a larger name.

Peacemaker, Lost In Space, Riverdale, Family Law, and Guilty Party are just a few of her current and well-known TV shows.

Amber Calcaterra Actress Alison Araya

In the Peacemaker movie, Amber Calcaterra (Alison Araya) is Evan Calcaterra (Lenny Jacobson) wife. The peacemaker tied her inside her apartment while fleeing the Evergreen Police Department after his fatal fight with Annie Sturphausen.

Leota Adebayo bribed her and Evan with an all-expenses-paid trip to Lake Tahoe, Nevada in exchange for misidentifying the man they saw as Auggie Smith once they were released.

She did, however, have an extramarital romance with both Peacemaker and Vigilante later on.

Alison Araya Instagram

She is known as @laalisonaraya on Instagram. She has amassed over 9k followers since her role in Peacemaker.

Alison Araya has also played Duncan’s Nurse in the Smallville episode “Reunion,” a Foreign Newscaster in Zack Snyder’s film Watchmen, officer Lopez in Arrow and District Attorney Diaz in Supergirl, a Teacher in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Sherry in the iZombie episode “All’s Well That Ends Well” and Ms. Weiss in the Archieverse series Riverdale.

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