About Kevin Allen
September 15, 1959
|Place of Birth||:||Gosport, Hampshire, England, UK|
|Also Known As||:||Kevin Edward Allen|
|Imdb Profile||:||IMDB Profile|
Kevin Allen is an English-born Welsh screenwriter, film director, film producer and actor. In 1997 he directed and wrote the cult Welsh black comedy feature "Twin Town". He also directed the films "The Big Tease" and "Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London" and hit TV series "Benidorm". He is the younger brother of comedian and actor Keith Allen and uncle of singer Lily Allen . Allen first came to national prominence in 1990 when he documented an England fan's eye view of the 1990 FIFA World Cup Finals in Italy with his camcorder for the BBC series "Video Diaries" in an episode entitled "On The March With Bobby's Army". Kevin's first acting roles came by way of "The Comic Strip" and progressed to the BBC sitcom "The Thin Blue Line" and many other theatre and TV roles. He also wrote and directed several documentaries for the BBC in the 1990s.