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Allan Moyle


Unconventional filmmaker who moved from independent cinema into the Hollywood mainstream. Moyle became a sought-after writer-director after the surprising success of Pump Up the Volume (1990), a sleeper hit about teen angst starring Christian Slater. His previous directorial outing occurred a full decade earlier: the critically lambasted Times ... See full bio »
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 2015 How Sweet It Is (Documentary) (attached) (filming)
 2007 Weirdsville
 2001 Say Nothing
 1998-2001 Exhibit A: Secrets of Forensic Science (TV Series) (4 episodes)
- Biker (2001)
- Video Guilt (1998)
- Little Girl Lost (1998)
 2001 Xchange
 2000 Jailbait (TV Movie)
 1980 Times Square (as Alan Moyle)
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Apprenticed at the New London Barn Theatre in New Hampshire. See more »

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