Alfie Evan Allen (born 12 September 1986) is an English actor. Allen recently changed his name to incorporate Owen. All of his acting roles are credited as Alfie Allen.
Allen was born in Hammersmith, an inner-city borough of London. He is the son of film producer Alison Owen and actor Keith Allen. In addition to acting, Keith Allen forms part of the pop band Fat Les, and Alison Owen has produced films such as Elizabeth, Sylvia, and 2005's Proof. His older sister, Lily Allen, is an English singer-songwriter. "Alfie", the eleventh song on her debut album Alright, Still is about him.
Allen went to St Johns College in Southsea, Portsmouth; and Fine Arts College, Hampstead where he studied for his A levels.
Allen performed in a one-off Channel 4 comedy production, You Are Here in 1998, co-written by Matt Lucas and David Walliams. His father Keith Allen, Sally Phillips and Jon Ronson were also involved. Allen appeared alongside his sister, Lily Allen, in the 1998 film, Elizabeth produced by their mother, Alison Owen. They are credited as Arundel's Son and a Lady-in-waiting respectively.
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