Allen G. Norman Poster


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Overview (1)

Height 5' 7" (1.7 m)

Mini Bio (2)

After a failed interview attempt with Orson Welles, Allen was asked by Mr. Welles if he would like to stick around and be a party guest in his film "The Other Side of the Wind." Allen obliged and, after watching a filmmaking genius at work, was inspired onto a path that has led to numerous acting jobs and scholarly pursuits. Allen fine tuned his craft by studying with Stella Adler and, in 1992, set sail for London, England to study at the Greenwich Young People's Theatre, where the likes of Gary Oldman could be found. He continues to work in New York, Los Angeles and the Pacific Northwest.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: William S. Korda

Allen's father, Bobby Norman, saw service in the United States Navy following the battle of Saipan, including battles with Japanese holdouts in both Saipan and the Anatahan Islands in 1946. Upon Bobby's return to civilian life, he spent most of his career with U.S. Steel Corporation and worked closely with organized labor. Allen's mother, Dolores, was a homemaker, an ambitious restaurateur and studied felinology. Allen has one younger brother, Randy James Norman, Esq., a successful auctioneer and antique dealer.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: William S. Korda

Trivia (10)

Holds a Master of Arts Degree from New York University
Presidential Delegate to the 1992 Democratic National Convention at Madison Square Garden
Father of 2 sons, A.J. and Andrew; 1 daughter, Tawny
Studied with Stella Adler and at the Greenwich Young People's Theatre in London, England, UK.
Ran unsuccessfully for Secretary of State (2000) Washington State.
Owns and breeds AKC champion Brittany dogs on his ranch north of Seattle, Washington.
Started acting at the same time, and in the same film, as Director Cameron Crowe in the never released Orson Welles film "The Other Side of the Wind".
Granddaughter, Siena, makes her modeling debut in American Baby Magazine March 2006 issue.
Grandson, Michael, makes his first appearance at the Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City October 20, 2010.
Seattle, Washington: Working on obtaining the rights to both an autobiography and a novel. [July 2011]

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