This article is about Allison's former human self. For the physical cartoon character she became, see Allison Angel.
"Joey, you and your studio brought us together. You should be with us on our wedding day. Hope you'll join us."
Allison Connor (née Pendle) was a former voice actress of Joey Drew Studios who replaced Susie Campbell as the new voice actress for Alice Angel, who currently works for Archgate Films. In the summer of 1946, she was fired during a heated argument between Joey Drew and Thomas Connor due to siding with Thomas, and not Joey. She married Thomas Connor on Saturday, February 23, 1952, at the time of 2:30 PM.
Although there are no audio logs of Allison Connor, a letter written by her shows that she enjoys her career as an actress, and is quite driven when it comes to acting in general. Her hobbies in her spare time are cooking and inventing recipes. She is also shown to be caring towards others, as revealed when she confirmed that Thomas was doing well, which may also suggest that she is, to a certain extent, concerned about the well-being of her husband.
As seen in the novel Dreams Come to Life Allison is described as a blonde woman who is seen wearing fancy clothing and is also stated to be quite beautiful.
Allison is only mentioned in Susie's audio log from the "angel path". Susie says that she was not informed that she was no longer voicing Alice, and she only found out when she arrived at the recording booth to see Sammy Lawrence talking with her replacement. The event horrified Susie, causing her to become desperate for a way to fix things.
A letter can be seen in Joey's apartment signed by Allison Connor and mentioning how Thomas was doing. The letter's content also suggests that she has been in touch with Joey for quite some time. The letter itself is as follows:
Sorry, it's been a while since
my last letter. Been Busy with work
at Archgate Films. The Studio ordered
another sequel! So I have been
spending many hours in the recording
booth again! It's fun though.
Tom is doing good, thanks for asking.
He's always tinkering or something
Mostly he's still upset about someone
stealing one of his dusty inventions
from your old studio. He'll get over it.
Have a good New Year, Joey.
I'll send you another recipe soon.
Allison Pendle appears physically in the Dreams Come to Life novel. She first appears when Buddy Lewek met her in passing, during a typical workday at Joey Drew Studios.
Later on in the book, during Joey Drew's company party, Buddy overhears a heated argument between Joey, Allison, and Thomas Connor, during which Joey made it clear that he did not invite Thomas or Allison, and therefore were not allowed to be at the party, to which Thomas infuriatingly snaps at Joey for criticising his attempts to make the Ink Machine live up to Joey's expectations. Annoyed by Thomas's behavior, he fires Thomas for his objections, and condemns Allison for siding with Thomas in the first place, and then firing her as a voice actress. Sensing danger, Buddy snuck out of the party to ask Allison what was going on, to which both she and her husband reluctantly explain everything that happened, and why they were fired. They are not referenced or mentioned again after that.
- Allison Pendle's name may be a reference to Alizon Device, one of the witches from the Pendle Witch Trial that happened around Pendle, Lancashire, England in 1612.
|Major characters||Allison Pendle (Allison Angel) • Bertrum Piedmont • Buddy Lewek (Buddy Boris) • Henry Stein • Joey Drew • Norman Polk • Sammy Lawrence • Susie Campbell • Thomas Connor (Tom) • Wally Franks|
|Minor characters||Boris Clone • Grant Cohen • Jack Fain • Lacie Benton • Shawn Flynn|
|Major characters||Abby Lambert • Allison Pendle • Buddy Lewek • Dave • Dot • Irena Lewek • Jacob • Joey Drew • Mr. Schwartz • Mr. Unger • Norman Polk • Richie • Sammy Lawrence • Thomas Connor|
|Minor characters||Bertrum Piedmont • Lenny • Miss Rodriguez • Mrs. Panek • Wally Franks|
|Mentioned||Henry Stein • Mr. Lewek • Linda • Susie Campbell|