Game of Thrones
Jaime Winstone (2013–)
| Alfie Allen|
Keith Allen, Alison Owen
| Alfie Evan James Allen|
12 September 1986 (age 29) (1986-09-12) Hammersmith, London, England
St John's College
Fine Arts College
Islington, London, England
Lily Allen (sister)
Sam Smith (3rd cousin)
Kevin Allen (paternal uncle)
Lily Allen, Sarah Owen, Gala Talbott, Teddie Allen, Rebecca Allen
Game of Thrones, John Wick, Plastic, Atonement, Agent Cody Banks 2
Gwendoline Christie, Jaime Winstone, Sophie Turner, Richard Madden, Rose Leslie
Alfie Allen Wikipedia
Alfie Allen (born 12 September 1986) is an English actor. He is best known for portraying Theon Greyjoy in the HBO series Game of Thrones since 2011.
Allen was born in Hammersmith, London, the son of film producer Alison Owen and Welsh-born actor Keith Allen. His older sister is singer Lily Allen; her song "Alfie" is about him. He went to Windlesham House School in Sussex, Embley Park School near Romsey, St John's College in Portsmouth and the Fine Arts College in Hampstead, where he studied for his A-levels. He is also a third cousin of British singer Sam Smith.
Allen's first professional appearance was in a one-off Channel 4 comedy, You Are Here in 1998, co-written by Matt Lucas and David Walliams. The same year, Allen and his sister Lily appeared in the 1998 film, Elizabeth, which was produced by their mother.
His early work included small roles in Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London, directed by his uncle Kevin Allen, the film Atonement and in BBC1's historical hospital drama, Casualty 1907, as Nobby Clark. Starting in Chichester on 31 January 2008, he took over Daniel Radcliffe's role in a revival of Equus on a nationwide tour.
In April 2009, he co-starred with then partner Jaime Winstone in the music video for "Dust Devil" by Madness. He also had a role in the BBC2 film, Freefall.
Originally auditioning for the role of Jon Snow, Allen came to international attention when he was cast as Theon Greyjoy in the HBO medieval fantasy series Game of Thrones in 2011. He has continued to work in films, appearing in Soulboy, The Kid, Freestyle and Powder in 2010. In 2012, he starred in the British thriller Confine.
In 2016 Allen filmed a two part documentary for the History Channel titled Football: A Brief History exploring the roots of Association Football and his take on the British game. He is a self-confessed Arsenal fan while his father supports Fulham. Part of the filming took Allen to Scottish football club Rangers.