Allan Steele was born on December 30, 1966 in Westbury, New York, USA as Allan Abraham Silinsky. He is an actor and writer, known for Crash (2004), The Next Three Days (2010) and The Darkness II (2012).
Founding Member of Bobby Moresco's The Actor's Gym.
Started his career doing stand-up, sketch and improv comedy in Long Island comedy clubs.
Studied acting at HB Studio in NYC.
Studied improv at Chicago City Limits in NYC and The Groundlings in LA.
His first short film, "The Syndicate," won the Audience Award at the 2002 Hamptons International Film Festival. His second, "The Fence," received an Honorable Mention at Cinevegas in 2008.