Lisa-Marie Allen (born 1960) is an American former figure skater. In 1979, she won gold at the inaugural Skate America (then titled Norton Skate). She is also the 1978 Skate Canada International champion, 1975 Nebelhorn Trophy champion, and a four-time U.S. national medalist (three silver, one bronze). She competed at the 1980 Winter Olympics, placing fifth.
After retiring from amateur competition, Allen became the World Professional champion in 1990 and American Open Professional champion in 1997. She was the assistant choreographer for the feature film Blades of Glory and assistant choreographer for the opening and closing ceremonies of the Salt Lake Olympic Games.
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- Lisa-Marie Allen at the Internet Movie Database
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