British actor Alfie Allen has gained international recognition as one of the most versatile young actors working today.
Alfie recently wrapped shooting Taika Waititi’s JOJO RABBIT opposite Sam Rockwell and Scarlett Johansson, Coky Giedroyc’s HOW TO BUILD A GIRL where he plays a singer and working-class hero who charms Beanie Feldstein’s character, the Hulu series HARLOTS, and ITV’s WHITE HOUSE FARM MURDERS based on the true story of Jeremy Bamber, a young man who was jailed for killing five members of his own family.
Alfie was most recently seen in the highly-anticipated eighth and final season of HBO’s multi-award-winning fantasy-drama television series, GAME OF THRONES. First introduced in the series’ debut episode in 2011, Alfie portrays ‘Theon Greyjoy’.
Past film credits include Shane Black’s reboot of THE PREDATOR for 20th Century Fox, Chad Stahelski and David Leitch’s JOHN WICK where he starred as ‘Losef’, the son of a notorious Russian mobster, and Joe Wright’s ATONEMENT. Past TV credits include the BBC Two, six-part drama series CLOSE TO THE ENEMY by BAFTA winning director Steven Poliakoff.
In theater, Alfie replaced Daniel Radcliffe as the lead of EQUUS in 2008 at the Chichester Festival Theatre, after which he toured with the production around the UK for four months. In May 2016, he made his West End debut in THE SPOILS at the Trafalgar Studios. Alfie played New York banker ‘Ted’ opposite Jessie Eisenberg.