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Marshall Allman

Allman onstage after a showing of the film The Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle at the Seattle International Film Festival, May 2009
Born Marshall Scot Allman
April 5, 1984 (1984-04-05) (age 25)
Austin, Texas, USA
Spouse(s) Jamie Anne Allman (June 17, 2006 - present)

Marshall Scot Allman (born April 5, 1984) is an American actor. He is known to television audiences for his role as L. J. Burrows on Fox's successful television series, Prison Break.

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Life

Allman was born in Austin, Texas, brother of Dr. David Allman, and the son of Idanell (née Brown; born 14 January 1950, Austin, Texas) and James Martin Allman, Jr. (born 27 April 1950, Travis County, Texas).[1] As he grew up he was talented in soccer and art. Allman played club and school soccer and is deeply interested in contemporary music. After graduating from Austin High School in 2002, he chose to pursue an acting career in Los Angeles, California over studying art in New York City.

Movie career

Allman has also made guest appearances on shows such as Without a Trace, Boston Public, Malcolm in the Middle, The Practice, Phil of the Future, Close To Home, Cold Case, Saving Grace and most recently The Closer. Allman's film credits include Shallow Ground, Little Black Book, Dishdogz and soon to be released: The Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle. In November 2009 Allman won the role of Tommy Mickens in the third season of True Blood.[2]

Personal life

Allman married American actress Jamie Anne Allman, née Brown in Parsons, Kansas, on June 17, 2006, in Austin, Texas.

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