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Screenwriter, film director, novelist

Notable works
Undiscovered Gyrl,Underworld Awakening,Gone,Untraceable,Fame (2009),Autumn in New York,Christopher: A Tale of Seduction

Undiscovered Gyrl: A Novel, Death by Sunshine

Northwestern University, Juilliard School

Ask Me Anything, Gone, Underworld: Awakening, Untraceable, Feast of Love

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Allison Burnett is an American screenwriter, film director, and novelist.


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Early life and education

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Allison Burnett was born in Ithaca, New York. He graduated from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois before attending Juilliard where he studied playwriting.


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Allison's first screenplay to be produced was the kick-boxing prison drama, Bloodfist III: Forced to Fight (1992), which he co-wrote with Charles Mattera. He also wrote Gregory Hines' directorial debut, Bleeding Hearts (1994), and the film Red Meat (1997), which he directed, starring John Slattery, Jennifer Grey, and Lara Flynn Boyle that had its first world premiere on Sundance Channel.


Allison's next film was Autumn in New York (2000), starring Richard Gere and Winona Ryder. This was followed by the Lifetime Original Movie Perfect Romance (2004), Feast of Love (2007) based on the book by Charles Baxter and starring Morgan Freeman and Greg Kinnear, and Resurrecting the Champ (2007), written with Michael Bortman and starring Samuel L. Jackson and Josh Hartnett. In 2008, Allison wrote, with Robert Fyvolent and Mark Brinker, the crime thriller Untraceable (2008) starring Diane Lane. The following year, Allison wrote the remake of Fame.


Allison had two films released in 2012. The first was Underworld Awakening (2012), co-written with Len Wiseman, John Hlavin, and J. Michael Straczynski, the fourth film in the Underworld series starring Kate Beckinsale. The following month, Gone (2012) was released, starring Amanda Seyfried.

In 2013 Allison directed his second film, Ask Me Anything (2013) based on his novel Undiscovered Gyrl. The film stars Britt Robertson, Justin Long, Christian Slater, Robert Patrick, and Martin Sheen.


Allison's first novel, Christopher: A Tale of Seduction was published in 2003 by Broadway Books. It was a finalist for the 2004 Pen Center Literary Award.

In 2006, Allison wrote a sequel to Christopher titled The House Beautiful, published by Carroll & Graf, followed in 2009 by the novel Undiscovered Gyrl, published by Vintage Books.

In 2011 Allison wrote the second sequel to his novel Christopher, titled Death By Sunshine, published by Writers Tribe Books.

Allison Burnett released his fifth novel, The Escape of Malcolm Poe in 2014., as well as a sequel novella to Undiscovered Gyrl titled Another Girl in 2015.


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