Marshall Allman Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Marshall Allman Net Worth $500,000 Dollars
Marshall Allman Net Worth: Marshall Allman is an American celebrity that has a net worth of $500,000 dollars. Marshall played team and school football as a youth. He graduated from Austin High School and after that made a decision to pursue an acting career in La, California instead of studying art in Nyc. Among his best known characters came starring as LJ Burrows in the TV series Prison Break from 2005 to 2008. Marshall also starred as Tommy Mickens in the show True Blood from 2010 to 2011. He’s starred in the films Shallow Ground, Little Black Book, Dishdogz, Hostage, Anytown, The Immaculate Concepts of Small Dizzle, Jayne Mansfield’s Car, Blue Like Jazz, and Sugar. Allman can also be a producer and he made the 2009 short Love After Life and was executive producer for 2012’s Blue Like Jazz and the 2011 brief Process Shape shifting. Marshall wed celebrity Jamie Anne Allman in 2006 as well as the couple had twins in 2013.
April 5, 1984
Austin, Texas, United States
5 ft 5 in (1.664 m)
Actor, Film Producer, Screenwriter, Film Editor
Stephen F. Austin High School
United States of America
Jamie Anne Allman (m. 2006)
Asher James Allman, June Joanne Allmann, Oliver Charles Allman
Idanell Allman, James Martin Allman, Jr.
Little Black Book, Hostage, Dishdogz, Starcrossed, Winged Creatures, The Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle, Anytown, Jayne Mansfield's Car, Blue Like Jazz, Love and Air Sex, Sugar, Make Like A Dog, Prey 4 Me, Obituaries
Appeared with Prison Break (2005) co-star Robert Knepper in Hostage (2005). They have, however, never shared scenes on the TV show.
Son of James Martin Allman Jr. (b. Travis Co., Texas, 27 April 1950) and wife Idanell Brown (b. Austin, Texas, 14 January 1950).
Married in Austin, Texas.
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.
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.
You can't judge a character that you're playing, because then you're fighting against doing what the character's doing.
To act, no matter how the character is, you have to love and have compassion for the character you're playing.
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.