Alfie Allen Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Alfie Allen Net Worth $2 Million Dollars
Alfie Allen Net Worth: Alfie Allen is an English actor that has a net worth of $2 million. Allen is famous for playing the part of Theon Greyjoy to the TV series Game of Thrones. Alfie’s dad Keith Allen is an actor and is mum Alison Owen is a film producer. Alfie’s older sister Lily Allen is a vocalist who composed the song “Alfie” about him. He studied at St. John’s College and Fine Arts College. His first film role came in the 1998 movie Elizabeth as well as the TV movie You’re Here. For Game of Thrones he continues to be nominated for two Screen Actors Guild Awards for Exceptional Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series. Allen has additionally been nominated for Best Performer in a Short Film — International Contest in the 2014 Cin-Euphoria Prizes.
September 12, 1986
Hammersmith, London, United Kingdom
5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
Jaime Winstone (2013–)
Keith Allen, Alison Owen
Lily Allen, Sarah Owen, Teddie Allen, Gala Talbott, Rebecca Allen
I'm so computer illiterate, I barely know how to send an e-mail. I mean, I have a laptop and Gmail, but I don't really look at it much.
I've always known my dad is a one-off and his own person. But I feel that underneath he has always loved me.
There wasn't a lot of discipline in my life, and I hated it being imposed on me at school.
What I've been noticing is people coming up to me and going, 'Are you an actor?' which is cool. That's ultimately what I want.
One thing I would say is that I think in any environment that you work in, there's always going to be one or two people who you don't like. But there just wasn't that on 'Games Of Thrones'. I know it sounds cheesy and clichéd, but it was like a big family.
Although I have fantastic connections, I didn't know as a child what feeling secure meant.
Contrast of emotions is definitely something interesting that you like to do as an actor.=
I actually love pressure. I loved playing sport at school in front of a crowd; I love being on stage in front of a big audience. I buzz off that.
I have to work hard to be punctual, to not lose my temper, take direction and be told what to do - and most of all listen rather than talk.
I haven't had a lot of 'Games Of Thrones' groupies. The fans seem to be really nice. They don't seem that invasive.