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T.J. Allard
Born Thomas Joseph Allard
January 29, 1979 (1979-01-29) (age 31)
Utica, New York, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Years active 2001 – present
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Thomas Joseph "T.J." Allard (born January 23, 1979) is an American actor and was the winner of Fox's Good Day Live New York City search. He received a job on the air as a New York correspondent. He became a staple on the show until it was cancelled in March 2005.

Before Good Day Live T.J. was a bartender in a Mexican restaurant in Tribeca pursuing a career as an actor. He moved from Utica (his birth location) to New York City to work for McKinsey & Company, but left to become a video game designer at Ubisoft Entertainment, where he designed the visual effects for Batman: Vengeance. T.J. later went on to create the online video game broadcasting network GBTV. In the style of ESPN's Sportscenter, GBTV's format is now widely used by professional gaming broadcasters.

T.J. starred in the movies Combat Jump and Cleaner, and has also appeared on several television shows. He has been on the cover of Wisdom, a Japanese culture magazine in both the US and Japan. He has also done commercials for a number of companies, including the WWE and American Airlines. As a result of a gymnastics accident, T.J. has a metal thumb and is missing half of his kneecap. As of 2006, T.J. still holds NCAA Division III football records from his years at Hartwick College. while at Hartwick college he was in the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity as well.

– 2006 –
  • Hosting the WE Network show 3 Men and a Chick Flick
  • Hosting Time Out New York on Demand
  • Hosting Best Game Ever BGE on MagRack

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