Harris Allan

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Harris Allan
Born (1985-02-11) February 11, 1985 (age 29)
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

Harris Allan (born February 11, 1985 in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada) is an actor and recording artist. He attended Lord Roberts Elementary and King George Secondary School in Vancouver, B.C.

Allan began his professional acting career in Vancouver, Canada at the age of 12 as a guest star on the television series, The New Addams Family. At 15 he played a ruthless murderer in three episodes of the CBC series, Cold Squad. He has also appeared in the WB series, Smallville, and The 4400.

Allan was a series regular on Showtime's hit, Queer as Folk where he played the character of James ("Hunter") Montgomery from 2003 until the show ended its five year run in 2005. His film credits include A Home at the End of the World, with Colin Farrell and Sissy Spacek. Allan is featured in the 2006 movie, Final Destination 3, was a guest star on the Showtime television series, Masters of Horror, and played Eric in Nickelodeon's 2009 movie, Spectacular!

Allan's music career started at 16 as a songwriter and from 2005-2007 he was lead singer and guitarist for Square9. The group performed in and around the Vancouver area and released an EP recorded at Mushroom Studios in January 2006.

In 2007 Allan began his solo music career as hip hop/rap recording and performing artist Fallan Soldier. He writes and produces all his material. Fallan Soldier's debut album, Above The Call Of Duty, was released on March 31, 2009. It features 12 hip hop/rap songs, including the single Fights.

Film credits[edit]

Television credits[edit]

Talk Show appearances[edit]

  • 969/MTV Canada (2004)

Magazine interviews[edit]

Article[edit]

  • AnE Vibe, Hard-hitting: An Interview With Fallan Soldier by Alex Hutt, April 10, 2009
  • TV Guide, March 12, 2005
  • Valdosta Daily Times, October 22, 2004
  • Vancouver Sun, August 7, 2004
  • Daily Variety, July 22, 2004

Magazine cover photo[edit]

  • EXP Magazine, May 2004

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