Allison Lefcort has painted for The Walt Disney Company, Warner Brothers, MTV, VH1, the Grammys, and Playboy. Her work has been featured on such hit shows as "The Girls Next Door," "The Apprentice," and "The Today Show."
In 1996 Lefcort was commissioned to create the portrait of the First Lady, Hillary Rodham Clinton. Senator Clinton has presented this portrait during the Women's Leadership Forum of the Democratic National Committee in Boca Raton, Florida.
Allison was also commissioned to paint the portrait of their Royal Highnesses, the King, and Queen of Jordan. It was that same portrait of the late King Hussein that was featured in an interview with Queen Noor conducted by Katie Couric on the Today Show.
Through the years, Lefcort has been a strong supporter of such charitable organizations as Best Buddies, MusiCares, Muzak Heart & Soul Foundation, Seeds of Peace, United Cerebral Palsy, GLAAD, The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, and Johns Hopkins Pancreatic Cancer Research Foundation.
She has painted recipients of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (The Grammys) Humanitarian Award, including Sting, Phil Collins, Tony Bennett, Quincy Jones, Natalie Cole, Luciano Pavarotti, Gloria Estefan, Bonnie Raitt, David Crosby, and Stevie Wonder. These portraits currently hang in the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences offices in Los Angeles.
Lefcort's paintings are part of the permanent collections of The Walt Disney Company, Universal Studios Orlando, Warner Brothers Studios, Viacom's MTV and VH1, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Ellen DeGeneres, Barbra Streisand, Luciano Pavarotti, Her Royal Highness Queen Noor of Jordan, Hugh Hefner, Dionne Warwick, Tears for Fears, Ronnie Spector, The Indigo Girls, Liza Minelli, and the Warhol Family.