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TV shows  3 Men and a Chick Flick
Role  Television actor
Name  T. Allard
Years active  2001 – present

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Full Name  Thomas Joseph Allard
Born  January 23, 1979 (age 36) (1979-01-23) Utica, New York, U.S.

Occupation  Television Personality

Thomas Joseph "T.J." Allard (born January 23, 1979) is an American radio personality, television host, producer and voice actor. Allard started his career as a radio DJ in upstate New York and became more widely known after winning Fox's Good Day Live New York City talent search.


Early career

Allard was born in Utica, New York, and studied at SUNY Polytechnic Institute Allard held NCAA Division III football records from his years at Hartwick College, but in a 2004 interview stated, "I can't believe I hold any records there anymore, it was over 10 years ago, I give it 1 more year, then they will find out it's all a mistake, and take my name down." He was inducted into "The Mohawk Valley Hall of Fame" in 2004. Also while at Hartwick College he became a brother of the Gamma Zeta chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity.

Allard moved to New York City to work for McKinsey & Company, but left to become a video game designer. He joined Ubisoft Entertainment, where he worked on Batman Vengeance, Tarzan and a number of other titles. In 2000, while working for the French video game publisher Gameloft, Allard created an online video game broadcasting channel called GBTV.

Acting, voice acting and radio

Allard won Fox's Good Day Live New York City talent search in 2004. As a result of the contest, he received a job on the air for the nationally syndicated show as the New York correspondent. Since then Allard has hosted a number of national television shows including: 3 Men & A Chick Flick, Best Game Ever, Play Value, et al. As an actor, Allard appeared in the made-for-TV movie Combat Jump and various commercials, and had a small part in All My Children. Voiceover credits include commercials and the video game Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. In 2011 Allard appeared on Bloomberg TV's weekly show Innovators.


Allard has twice been part of an Emmy Award-winning production team: in 2013 in the "Societal Concerns Program/Special" category for George to the Rescue, and in 2014 in the "Human Interest: Program/Special" category for the same series.

He has also worked as a producer on the following programs:


T. J. Allard Wikipedia

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