Allison Trujillo Strong (born September 12, 1990) is an American pop singer, songwriter and stage actress known for her Broadway work in the musicals Bye Bye Birdie and Mamma Mia!. Strong, who began acting at age 7, won a national jingle-singing competition for Oscar Mayer at age 11, and appeared in local productions in and around her home of Union City, New Jersey since childhood, in venues such as the Park Performing Arts Center and Montclair State College, where she majored in musical theater. She also was an award-winning poetry reciter. She has performed at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center and on the morning TV Show Good Morning America, for numerous governors of New Jersey, as well as at the White House and for Colombian President Álvaro Uribe. A Colombian American herself, she writes and performs vocals in both English and Spanish, and composes on both piano and acoustic guitar.