• Amy Allen is an American actress and production assistant with a net worth of over $3 million.
• She married Chris Hesse in 2008 and is of Caucasian ethnicity.
• She is best known for her roles in 'Star Wars: Episode II • Attack of the Clones' and 'Star Wars: Episode III • Revenge of the Sith'.
• She has also worked on various films in production assistant and visual effects roles.
• Most recently, she worked as a production assistant on 'Skyscraper' and is currently working on 'Gemini Man'.
Known for movies
|Fact||Was an employee at Lucasfilm when she was selected to play Aayla Secura, the female Twi'Lek Jedi from the Dark Horse Comic books. Reportedly, George Lucas saw the character on the cover of a comic and was so impressed he wanted to add her digitally into Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002).|
Who is Amy Allen? Bio and Wiki
Amy Allen was born on 24 October 1976, in Burbank, California, USA, which means that she is 41 years old, her zodiac sign is Libra, and her nationality is American. She is best known for her work in several branches of the movie industry, renowned for her projects such as “Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith”, “Déjà vu”, “Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones”, and “Jurassic Park III”
So just how rich is Amy Allen as of late 2018? According to authoritative sources, this actress and production assistant has net worth of over $3 million, with her wealth being accumulated from her career in the entertainment field. She hasn’t disclosed any information regarding her current salary, and assets such as houses and cars, but working at a rapid pace has allowed her to make a steady income over the last 20 years, and be able to take care of herself and her family. Besides that, Allen invests in her appearance, as she always looks smart when she attends events.
Husband Chris Hesse, Married, Children
When it comes to Amy’s relationship status, she married Chris Hesse on 5 September 2008, and it seems as if they’re living a prosperous life together; the couple has two children. Hesse is widely known as the drummer of the band Hoobastank, with whom he has released albums such as “Hoobastank” and “The Reason”. Their songs have also featured on numerous soundtracks for movies such as “The Recruit”, “Catwoman” and “Torque”.
Ethnicity and Background
When it comes to her ethnicity, Amy is Caucasian. She has a warm blonde hair color and sometimes has highlights, and her eyes are brown, which suits her complexion perfectly. Thus, it is safe to say that despite being in the fifth decade of her life, Allen is still looking youthful and radiant. Unfortunately, the actress doesn’t share many information regarding her early life and family, but she was a student of San Francisco State University. She isn’t active on any social media either, which makes it harder for her fans to get in touch with her. Allen was featured on the list entitled “Top Ten Hottest Girls In Star Wars”, compiled by the website The Top Tens, and took first place. Nonetheless, working hard throughout her career, Allen proved that she is more than just a pretty face. Her character was also featured on “Photo Tribute to Ayla Secura” on Nightly.net.
As mentioned, Allen is best known as an actress, despite the fact that she has only briefly worked in this field. She made her acting debut with the role of Aayla Secura in “Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones” in 2002 and followed by appearing as the same character in “Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of Sith”, with both of the previously mentioned movies receiving a generally positive response from the audience. The former movie follows the story of Anakin Skywalker sharing a forbidden romance with Amidala, and was ultimately nominated for an Oscar award, and rewarded with 19 awards such as Saturn Award in the category of Best Special Effects and Best Costumes, BMI Film Music Award, Bogey Award in Platin and Empire Award. Working on both of the movies allowed Amy to gain recognition among the media and the audience. The mentioned “Star Wars” films are the only acting projects she has worked on so far, as she has been more involved in other branches of the entertainment field.
Allan was a production assistant in the movie entitled “Pearl Harbor” in 2001, and in the same year worked on visual effects for “A.I. Artificial Intelligence”, directed by Steven Spielberg, which achieved success with the audience and, as the result of its extraordinary story, was nominated for two Oscar awards. In the following year, in addition to making a support role appearance in “Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones”, Allen worked on its visual effects and production. Besides that, in the same year she was a production assistant for “Gangs of New York”, and in 2003 worked on “The Hunted”. As of 2005, Amy served as the visual effects co-ordinator for “Elektra”, the movie which follows the story of Elektra the warrior, who survives a near-death experience and goes on to become an assassin-for hire, but decides to protect her two latest targets from evil supernatural forces.
In 2001, Allen worked as a production assistant on “Jurassic Park III”, the sequel of a renowned cult movie “Jurassic Park”, and in 2006 worked as the assistant on the making of “Deja Vu”. In the following year, she had a chance to work on “National Treasure: Book of Secrets”. As of 2009, Amy had two projects, “The Taking of Pelham 123” and “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” and in the next year, she was Michael Bay’s assistant on “A Nightmare on Elm Street”.
|1||Sister-in-law of Angelica Hesse.|
|2||Next to playing Aayla Secura, Amy Allen appears in three different guises during the Outlander Club sequence in Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002). She was filmed during principal photography standing near the video screens in one outfit, and digitally cloned by ILM to appear in two different places at the same time. These 'two' characters were later identified as twins Mya and Yma Nalle. During pickup shots she appeared behind Ewan McGregor and Hayden Christensen as they discuss the changeling, wearing a hat and thick braids. This patron was later named Lela Mayn.|
|3||Granddaughter of Heck Allen|
|4||Was an employee at Lucasfilm when she was selected to play Aayla Secura, the female Twi'Lek Jedi from the Dark Horse Comic books. Reportedly, George Lucas saw the character on the cover of a comic and was so impressed he wanted to add her digitally into Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002).|
|Elektra||2005||visual effects coordinator|
|The Hunted||2003||production support|
|Gangs of New York||2002||production assistant: ILM - as Amy E. Allen|
|Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones||2002||visual effects production and technical support: ILM|
|A.I. Artificial Intelligence||2001||visual effects production assistant - uncredited|
|Pearl Harbor||2001||production assistant|
|A Nightmare on Elm Street||2010||assistant: Michael Bay|
|Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen||2009||executive assistant: Mr. Bay|
|The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3||2009||assistant: Mr. Waldman - as Amy E. Allen|
|National Treasure: Book of Secrets||2007||assistant: Barry Waldman - as Amy E. Allen|
|Deja Vu||2006||assistant: Mr. Waldman|
|Jurassic Park III||2001||production assistant|
|Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith||2005||Aayla Secura|
|Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones||2002||Aayla Secura / Mya Nalle / Yma Nalle / ... (uncredited)|
|Band of Brothers||2001||TV Mini-Series special effects coordinator - 1 episode|
|Star Wars at 30||2007||TV Movie||Herself|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia