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The Sal Sirchia Show "The Mayor of Rock and Roll

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 Film Director Abert J. Allie

Albert was born in Brooklyn New York, on November 2, 1970. At 9 years old, his mother moved him to queens. Changing schools, meant changing teachers and it was in this new public school he learned of his talent for writing. But it wasn't until he got into Junior High and met his 8th grade teacher, who helped him to nurture it. At 13, he wrote his first screenplay "Zombies In The Hood" and it was love at first "write". He then began to accomplished himself at writing short stories, poems and songs. Giving in to his love of entertaining an audience, he moved on from writing for the stage to study directing under accomplished stage and film director John Passaro, who has been his rock throughout the years. 

Allie is considered by those who come in contact with him, as a visionary. He matured in to a brilliant artist and is capturing the independent film industry through his visions and all points of his work by sharing his focus and his gift with the audience. Ultimately his directorial voice is an undying desire, a strong will and spirit that will make him such a spectacular success in the business as an artist and for years to come.

He has founded his own production company Allie-Way Films. Allie-Way is a forum for fledgling actors and aspiring filmmakers, to share their voice and show off their talents. A home and family to many others. As an actor/director and screenwriter, Allie is a man of many visions for his company and those who work together with him. He believes it is not the size of your budget that counts...It's the amount of team work and love that goes into your project that makes the final product worth sharing with the world.

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