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Overview (3)

Born in Austin, Texas, USA
Birth NameMarshall Scot Allman
Height 5' 5¼" (1.66 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Marshall Allman, born April 5th, 1984 in Austin, Texas, realized his talent for acting at the age of seventeen when he was given his first role in a summer production of Clive Barker's "The History of the Devil". Giving up his pursuits in art and athletics, he moved to Hollywood weeks after graduating from Austin High School to focus his pursuits in acting.

After arriving in Hollywood, he began a deeper study into the craft of acting and soon began working, first in commercials and then guest television spots on the shows Without a Trace (2002) and The Practice (1997). It was only soon after, Marshall landed the role of "Kevin Kelly", alongside Jonathan Tucker and Ben Foster in the movie Hostage (2005).

Since then, he has garnered worldwide attention with his intense role as "L.J. Burrows" on the international hit show Prison Break (2005) and has landed roles in various independent films including Fragments (2008), costarring with Forest Whitaker and the leading role in acclaimed writer-directors David Russo's feature length debut, The Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle (2009).

- IMDb Mini Biography By: frank white

Spouse (1)

Jamie Anne Allman (17 June 2006 - present) ( 3 children)

Trivia (3)

Married in Austin, Texas.
Son of James Martin Allman Jr. (b. Travis Co., Texas, 27 April 1950) and wife Idanell Brown (b. Austin, Texas, 14 January 1950).
Appeared with Prison Break (2005) co-star Robert Knepper in Hostage (2005). They have, however, never shared scenes on the TV show.

Personal Quotes (5)

For me, the more talented the actor is that I'm working with, the easier my job is because the circumstances of a scene are easier to believe when the people around you are in the moment just as much as you are.
To act, no matter how the character is, you have to love and have compassion for the character you're playing.
You can't judge a character that you're playing, because then you're fighting against doing what the character's doing.
To me, the most interesting part of 'True Blood' is that the entire crux of the show is based on identity and finding your true identity.
To me, 'Blue Like Jazz' is a quintessential American story. So many people are just like Don - raised Christian and go off to college only to abandon their beliefs in order to fit in or be accepted.

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