Allen Holloway

Allen Holloway

Actor/model Allen Holloway was born and raised in the rough streets of Jersey City, New Jersey. An unpredictably witty, charismatic, intelligent and challenging person, he started his acting career at King's College, where he fell in love with the arts. After college he began taking his craft more seriously, auditioned and was accepted into th... Show more »
Actor/model Allen Holloway was born and raised in the rough streets of Jersey City, New Jersey. An unpredictably witty, charismatic, intelligent and challenging person, he started his acting career at King's College, where he fell in love with the arts. After college he began taking his craft more seriously, auditioned and was accepted into the Stella Adler Studio of Acting School in New York City. This is where Allen found himself as an actor and a human being. He learned and grew as a person and also looked at the world in a different way. Allen was then cast in the Fox Searchlight film, "Notorious", as Chico Brown, one of the Junior Mafia members. While on set he had the honor to work with Director George Tillman Jr. (Soul Food, Barbershop...etc), and actors Derek Luke, Angela Basset, Marc John Jefferies, Naturi Naughton, Antonique Smith and Jamal Woolard aka Gravy. After filming "Notorious" Allen was cast in another independent film, "Men's Affair", directed by Algerian director Amine Kaise, in which he played a police officer. "Men's Affair" has been shown at the Cairo Film Festival, the Florida International Film Festival and the New Filmmaker's Film Festival. Adding to his resume, Allen did several short films through the Antwone Fuqua Film program in Brooklyn, New York. He was recently cast as an artist in a film series directed by Italian commercial director, Stefano Maria Palombi. Allen also worked in commercials, music videos and theater. Allen played the lead in a spec Gatorade commercial, "The Good Stuff", written, directed and edited by Jennifer Needleman. Allen then was selected by renowned music video director Rik Cordero to play the lead in his "Know What I Mean" music video by Freeway. Allen did such a tremendous job that Rik called him back to work on Joel Ortiz's music video featuring Joe Budden and Novel called "We Don't Believe You". Continuing on his journey, Allen worked with another BET-Award-nominated music video director, Gil Green. In this remake of a Teddy Pendergrass classic, "Wake Up Everybody" by John Legend, featuring the Roots, Common and Melanie Fiona, Allen is featured as a 70's protester character. Most recently, he made his Off-Broadway debut, starring in "Madame", written and directed by Bonnie Wright of the Afrikan Women's Repertory Theatre Festival. In the midst of it all, Allen is writing a comedy TV pilot, in which he plans to star. Show less «
Allen Holloway's FILMOGRAPHY
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Annabelle: Creation
2017
IMDb: 7
109 min
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...