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Keith Allen Facts:
Keith Allen height: 5 feet & 6.5 inches
Weight: Not disclosed
Age: 61 years (September 2, 1953)

An iconic name in the world of entertainment, Keith Allen, born as Keith Howell Charles Allen is a profound English actor, comedian, singer, musician, songwriter, author, as well as TV presenter. He was born on 2nd September, 1953, according to which the artistic persona is running in his 61. Nevertheless his growing age, Keith carries himself very elegantly in a standard height of 5 feet & 6.5 inches. His recent body weight is not provided in either of his official web pages.

Keith Allen is the second of 3 children born to Edward Charles Owen & his spouse in Llanelli town, Wales. Throughout the early days, his father served as a submariner for the Royal Navy. His small brother, Kevin Allen is too a prominent actor. As a child, Keith spent his initial years close by Swansea & in Malta, & the majority of his upbringing in Gosport, during his dad’s service in Portsmouth. He joined the Brentwood boarding school, Essex, at age 11, following his dad’s posting to Singapore. At age 15, Keith was propelled to borstal behind frequently being caught theft. Prior to this he was even expelled from boarding at age 13. Presently, the endowed persona is father to his 6 children from his relationship with multiple ladies. His children counts, the popular actor Alfie Owen Alle & the pop star Lily Allen, from his first marriage with Alison Owen. Keith was as well wedded to Nira Park & his further sweethearts have counted Julia Sawalha & recently the actress from “Bodies”, Tamzin Malleson.

Since the age of 26, Keith Allen has contributed his life to the entertainment world. He landed his roles in numerous of the movies & series including the Channel 4’s “The Comic Strip Presents …”, during the 80s later than becoming one among the breakthrough performs of the London’s Comedy Store, in the year 1979. After few years, “The Comic Strip” for one more time landed to onscreen in 1992 in collaboration with “The Carry On Films”, the legendary English comic movie series. Behind his brief appearances in “Twin Town”, the black comedy, the slapstick persona carried out his comedy all through the way & landed a role as Jim Napeworth in the 2001’s “Murder of Mind” as well as cameod as Dave ‘Mouse Ears’ Smith in 2004’s “Black Books”. His documentary movie on the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, entitled “Unlawful Killing” was displayed during the Cannes Film Festival 2011. Lately, the comic actor was seen as DI Hale in “The Body Farm”, the BBC 6-part drama sitcom & the year 2013 noticed the launch of the movie by The Sara Sugarman, “Vinyl”, where Keith portrayed an elderly rock star. The same year, he too starred as Darren in a single episode of “Great Night Out” & landed in Richard Bean’s revival black comic “Samck Family Robinson” at Kingston upon Thames’s The Rose Theatre.

Off the stage & screen, the flair actor cites himself as an avid fan of Fulham Football Club. He as well enjoys watching other sports including basketball. Today, Keith has become a strong inspiration to the rising comic stars not just within the Hollywood but all through the world. His endowment towards the entertainment industry is actually note worthy.