Allison Blaize is a native of New Orleans, LA; there, she received her BA in Theater and a BS in Psychology. After graduating, she moved to Los Angeles to continue her training in the Conservatory program at AMDA LA.  Allison was most recent seen in West Adams (LA TIMES CRITICS CHOICE) at the Skylight Theatre. Other credits include: The Spanish Prayer Book (Road) A Splintered Soul (ICT); Cardboard Piano (ICT); Stupid Kid (Road); The Play About the Baby (Road); A Delicate Ship (Road-U/S); Secure Storage(HFF2017); No Place to be Somebody (Robey). She is a current member of Enter Stage Right at the wonderful 24th Street Theatre, also a company member of The Road Theatre and Open Fist.  She is currently starring in two feature films, Elephants (on Amazon Prime), and Sometimes Our Friends Come Over(and sometimes we're all alone) which is making its way through festivals!

Also her latest short film, Followis getting it's world premiere at Mammoth Lakes Film festival followed by Long Island International.

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