Name: Marshall Scott Allman
Date of Birth: 5 April 1984 [Austin, Texas, USA]
Married to actress Jamie
Brown [The Notebook] [since June, 2006 (Austin, Texas)]
Born in Austin, Texas, young actor Marshall Allman dove
head-long into his passion for soccer and visual art from the age of
five. Though always a straight-A student, Marshall was often sent to
the principal's office for, shall we say, "irreverent" behavior.
This same behavior is what led many of his early teachers to tell him
he should consider entertainment as a career.
At age fifteen, Marshall discovered the varied live music scene in Austin.
His taste in music continues to be quite eclectic, with special interest
in blues, jazz, and rock. He produced a play with friends when he was
17 called HISTORY OF THE DEVIL, which was the premier production of
the Fear Theatre Company in Austin. This was also his acting debut.
In his junior and senior year of high school, Marshall received awards
in competitions sponsored by the State of Texas for his paintings and
drawings. He led his high school soccer team as its captain to win the
Texas State Championship, and they went on to play throughout the nation.
Though originally intending to pursue a career in professional soccer,
he began to consider pursuing graphic or performing arts. As he approached
high school graduation, it was a toss-up between going to New York City
to study art and Los Angeles to study acting.
Brought to Hollywood by Steven Nash of Arts and Letters Management,
he quickly landed acting roles in such films as SWEET PEA, SHALLOW GROUND,
and LITTLE BLACK BOOK. He has appeared in such television shows as THE
PRACTICE, WITHOUT A TRACE, and MALCOLM IN THE MIDDLE.
In 2005 Marshall appeared in the dramatic feature film
HOSTAGE, starring opposite Bruce Willis, and in the thought provoking
short film, STARCROSSED, a story about two brothers. To be released
later this year will be the feature film DISHDOGZ. Marshall appears
in the lead role in this romantic comedy about the world of professional
He is currecntly be seen in PRISON BREAK, playing LJ,
Lincoln Burrows' son.
Marshall actively supports programs that provide art and music education
to young people. Between his numerous acting assignments, Marshall continues
to actively pursue his artwork, mostly with painting and drawing.
He is also studying guitar and piano, writes poetry, and is finishing
a screenplay. [from the The