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Maldonado, Allen 1983-

Maldonado, Allen 1983-


Born May 20, 1983, in Bellflower, CA; son of Alleen Maldonado. Education: Studied acting with Bobbie Shaw Chance.


Agent—The McCabe Group, 8285 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90046. Manager—Red Baron Management, 1600 Rosecrans Ave., 4th Floor, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266.


Actor. A.M.Y.S. (a production company), founder; Da Truth Records (a recording company), founder; rapper under the name Pac Dawone.


Film Appearances:

Juvenile number three, Friday After Next, New Line Cinema, 2002.

Porfilio, A Beautiful Life (short), Hypnotic, 2004.

Esclavo, East L.A. King, 2004.

Train station agent, America 101, Xenon Pictures, 2005.

Rob, States of Grace, Main Street Movie Company, 2005.

Mercury, Rome & Jewel, 2006.

Goatee, Live Free or Die Hard (also known as Die Hard 4.0), Twentieth Century-Fox, 2007.

Jabari, "Tonight," A Good Day to Be Black & Sexy, 2007.

Chauncey, 4 Life, 2007.

Television Appearances; Series:

Jamal, The Young and the Restless (also known as Y&R), CBS, 2004.

Jamal, "One Nation, Under Surveillance," Las Vegas, NBC, 2005.

Diesel, "Sorry I Missed You," Judging Amy, CBS, 2005.

Diesel, "Too Little, Too Late," Judging Amy, CBS, 2005.

Flash, "Bang," The Shield, FX Channel, 2005.

Evan "Extraction," The Shield, FX Channel, 2006.

Evan "Jailbait," The Shield, FX Channel, 2006.

Donald Brooks, "Another Country," In Justice, ABC, 2006.

M. J. Martinez, "Life Support," Standoff, Fox, 2006.

Also appeared in Soul Train; as Tyrone, Madison Heights, PBS.

Radio Appearances:

Appeared as Malcolm Y, The Courtyard, National Public Radio.



(As Poc Dawone), Damn Right, c. 2004.



Allen Maldonado Website,, August 17, 2007.

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