Thaine H. Allison Jr.

Thaine H. Allison Jr.

TH Allison & Associates
Actor, Voice Actor, Animal Trainer, Filmmaker, Location Scout, Narrator, Photographer (Still), Playwright and Prop Master

Pasadena, California

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October 2012
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About Thaine

Thaine H. Allison, Jr has studied acting with Maria Gobetti, Judith Weston and Stuart K. Robinson. He has appeared in more than 50 films, currently has four feature films in various stages of post production and is preparing for roles in three films in 2015. He has been in more than a dozen plays in Los Angeles, several music videos and commercials. He is a produced playwright, published short story writer and published numerous poems and written and produced a documentary film in Morocco. He is a world traveler(56 countries), served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in North Borneo, speaks several languages and has a long career as a health economist with several advanced degrees. He is the resident photographer for the Changing Images in America/Hollywood Networking Breakfast events.

Credits

  • Lockhart

    Lockhart (2015)
    Film by Rocky Collins (Action, Adventure and Thriller) Actor Inspired by true events, a man's normal life is turned upside down when he inherits an ancient crystal artifact, and becomes THE KEY to unshackle the world from the dominance of energy slavery and the underground one world government. After intense and dangerous detective work, Jon learns that the Lockhart family has been hiding the crystal, otherwise known as THE HEART from the evil Illuminati for the last 1000 years, since the time of Robert the Bruce and the Crusades. The Crystal Heart contains a scientific code that can generate enough unlimited, clean energy to power the entire world.

  • The Sac Fly

    The Sac Fly (2015)
    Film (short) by Deep Williams (Drama) Actor A child's life is placed in the hands of a hateful man.

  • Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie

    Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie (2014)
    Film by James Rolfe (Adventure, Comedy and Sci-Fi) Actor The AVGN must overcome his phobia of the worst video game in the world to save his fans.

  • Filmmakers Anonymous

    Filmmakers Anonymous (2014)
    Film by Fernandel Almonor (Comedy, Drama, Romance and Thriller) Actor A passionate filmmaker decides to go behind his fiancee's back spending the wedding money on his film.

  • You Belong to Me: Sex Race and Murder in the South

    You Belong to Me: Sex Race and Murder in the South (2014)
    Film by John Cork (Documentary, Crime, Drama and History) Actor The You Belong To Me Documentary tells the 1952 story of Ruby McCollum, an African American woman who killed a prominent white doctor in Live Oak, Florida and the remarkable secrets and terrible truths revealed during her trial and incarceration. Her case haunted jurors and prosecutors for decades. Ruby McCollum was the wealthiest black woman in Suwannee County, Florida. Her husband, Sam, ran the local Bolita numbers racket. Was Ruby insane or was the killing of Dr. Clifford Leroy Adams the last sane act of a woman whose wealth and status could not protect her from the blind indifference and humiliations of the Jim Crow South? The ghost of Ruby McCollum still roams the streets of Live Oak, Florida. Written by Anonymous

  • Jesus of Macon: No One He Touches Will Be the Same

    Jesus of Macon: No One He Touches Will Be the Same (2014)
    Film by Paul Whitehead (Drama) Actor

  • Pester

    Pester (2014)
    Film by Eric Gerber (Drama) Actor Two brothers in the pest control business struggle with family ties, personal identity, and two very different forms of addiction.

  • The Interlude

    The Interlude (2014)
    Film (short) by Samuel Gonzalez Jr. (Drama) Actor

  • Dark Side of the Moon

    Dark Side of the Moon (2014)
    Film (short) by Zack Kampf (Drama, Fantasy and Music) Actor A schizophrenic musician goes on an existential and psychedelic journey to meet his ex-bandmates and ask to play one last song before his impending death.

  • Mary

    Mary (2013)
    Film (short) by Willow Hale (Drama, History and War) Actor, Producer A freed woman slave becomes a teacher of young children through the love and compassion of two sisters from a prominent Virginia family. Her perilous experience as a Union spy in the Confederate capitol gives her the self-determination to reach her goal. Written by Anonymous

  • Everything as Is

    Everything as Is (2013)
    Film (short) by Eric Scot (Comedy) Actor

  • Billy Club

    Billy Club (2013)
    Film by Nick Sommer (Comedy and Horror) Actor Fifteen years after a gruesome triple homicide devastated their Little League baseball team, four friends reunite to commemorate their dead coach and fallen teammates. A mystery unfolds as the secrets from their past return to haunt them and a vengeful killer, hidden by an antique umpire's mask, returns to even the score. Written by Billy Club

  • Old Stud

    Old Stud (2013)
    Film (short) by Rick Caplan (Comedy and Drama) Actor Old Stud is a comedy about a man who is quickly running out of chances to secure his legacy before the industry he devoted himself to passes him by. That man is Al Brinkman, better known to the world as veteran adult entertainment actor and one time star, Wangston Huge. Written by Anonymous

  • Nsfw

    Nsfw (2013)
    Film (short) by Joseph Armario (Comedy and Drama) Actor A satirical mosaic of our technologically connected, but emotionally distant modern American society.

  • Posey

    Posey (2012)
    Film (short) by Billy DaMota (Drama and Musical) Actor POSEY is the story of Linda Flemming, who must make the heartbreaking decision to take her grandmother, Posey (Oscar nominee and Golden Globe Winner Sally Kirkland), to an assisted care facility. Posey suffers from the beginning stages of Alzheimer's Disease, and in a desperate move to avoid the inevitable, she escapes. While her loved ones desperately search for her, Posey finds herself in the middle of a unique situation...one that will change her outlook on life and her future in a profound way. The film seeks to examine the seeming hopelessness of the disease and the fear from both the victim and their families, while at the same time finding hope and humor. Written by Anonymous

  • Dinosaur Doomsday

    Dinosaur Doomsday (2012)
    Film by Latonya Black Gilliard (Comedy) Actor An experiment gone wrong. A city in chaos. The fate of all mankind hangs in the balance. A rookie animal control officer, a stunningly beautiful day-porter, and a schizophrenic taxi driver are all that stand in the way of doomsday.

  • Barmy

    Barmy (2012)
    Film by Russell Vance Bailey (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Actor Charlie Atwood is the creator of 'Barmy,' a newspaper comic with dwindling readership about the necessity of self-reliance. Severely injured in a car-bicycle collision, Charlie is forced to face his worst fear: the complete loss of independence. Amy Murray has her hands full as the home health care nurse assigned to Charlie. Confined to a full-leg cast and virtually immobile, Charlie must reevaluate his thought process and direction of the cartoon, while struggling with a growing fondness for Amy. Written by Anonymous

  • Delarosa

    Delarosa (2012)
    Film (short) by Blake Simon (Adventure, Drama and Western) Actor "Delarosa" follows the story of a man, Don, who comes home one day to find a note from his wife saying that she has left him. The note contains his wife's destination, and the film follows Don as he embarks out to recover his wife, meeting many people along the way who attempt to discourage Don's journey. Don however, will stop at nothing to get back what he wants. Written by Blake Simon

  • The Application Cafe

    The Application Cafe (2012)
    Film (short) by Cyril Morin (Drama, Mystery and Romance) Actor What if a man comes into a cafe in the middle of nowhere and can change the life of others in many ways, good or bad ? This mysterious man from a far off place, will set his sights on Stacy, a waitress, and a strange boy. One thing is for certain, for very soul that steps into the cafe, nothing will ever be the same... Written by Anonymous

  • Land or Sky

    Land or Sky (2011)
    Film (short) by Jason Baumgardner (Drama, Family and History) Actor A young pilot resists the subtle pressure his father-in-law puts upon him to quit flying and run the family farm.

  • Losing Ferguson

    Losing Ferguson (2011)
    Film (short) by Trisha Gum (Drama) Actor After the death of Rebecca's family leaves her disconnected from the world, she rekindles a relationship with her childhood imaginary friend, Ferguson. But when Ferguson abruptly leaves Rebecca, she is forced to confront her loss and reconnect with the world. Written by Trisha Gum

  • Peekaboo

    Peekaboo (2011)
    Film (short) by Cecilia Fletcher (Animation, Crime, Drama and Fantasy) Actor A woman must choose between reporting a crime and going on vacation.

  • The Horror of Barnes Folly

    The Horror of Barnes Folly (2011)
    Film by Jonathan Rach (Comedy and Horror) Actor When a misunderstood MONSTER stumbles into the small backwoods hillbilly town of BARNES FOLLY, it is up to DEPUTY JOHNSON (Gorbos), an inept, newly transplanted cop from the big city, to ease the terrified town and bring the Monster to justice. He forms a mismatch posse, including his slightly psychic girlfriend (Bell), the town's only doctor (Muhammed), an odd woodsman (Gubbins), and Jeff, the hillbilliest of all hillbillies (Rodrick), to catch the horrible, horrific, horrifying Monster. Written by Anonymous

  • The Maiden and the Princess

    The Maiden and the Princess (2011)
    Film (short) by Ali Scher (Comedy, Fantasy and Musical) Actor During a game of catch-the-boy-and-kiss-him, Emmy, a precocious ten-year-old, kisses another little girl, Alice. Her parents sit her down and make her call the kiss 'an accident' and Emmy is left feeling isolated and alone. She's sent a fairy tale, 'The Maiden and The Prince,' by the Grand High Council of Fairy Tale Rules and Standards, to set her down the 'right' path in life. The council assigns Hammond to narrate Emmy's story. Luckily for Emmy, Hammond often alters the morals of his stories to help children learn the lesson they truly need. Much to the chagrin of the council, Hammond uses his magical tongue and manipulates the events of Emmy's story, teaching her that she should never have to apologize for being different. Written by Anonymous

  • Happy Trails

    Happy Trails (2011)
    Film (short) by Scott Ackerlund (Comedy) Actor After getting kicked out of their apartment for extreme noise violations Nick and Jackson do the most logical thing for two twenty-somethings to do,move in to a retirement home of course. With the help of Nick's grandma they boys get cheap rent. Moving into a retirement home is hard enough, but the guys have to now put up with Hercules the overzealous handyman, Kenny McDoogal, the master of all things activities, O.G., the original grandma, a grade-A bad ass, and a group of crazy elderly. Madness will ensue. Written by Joey Allen

  • 3 Minutes

    3 Minutes (2011)
    Film (short) by Ross Ching (Action and Sci-Fi) Actor An action-packed short featuring Harry Shum Jr. of "Glee" fame and Stephen "tWitch" Boss in an exhilarating and deadly game of cat and mouse.

  • Hail Mary

    Hail Mary (2010)
    Film (short) by Timothy Murray (Comedy and Drama) Actor When a white conservative old man and a gay Latino young man get trapped together, they leave seeing things less blue versus red and more a shade of life.

  • Del's Crazy Musical

    Del's Crazy Musical (2010)
    Film (short) by Paul C. Babin (Drama and Musical) Actor All Del wants to do is sing! After a lifetime of hearing "no", Del goes a little crazy, but what she finds is, embracing the crazy, can mean embracing your dream.

  • Salvage Dream

    Salvage Dream (2010)
    Film by Carl Watts (Drama and Sci-Fi) Actor A Sci Fi romantic drama about an unlikely couple who have a random chance meeting in their psychiatrist's office. Both are plagued by reoccurring nightmares from their troubled past and both are desperately trying to cling to their sanity. Together they search a very rocky road for answers to the past that haunts them. What they find is not from this world. Written by Anonymous

  • Justify

    Justify (2010)
    Film by Insung Hwang (Thriller) Actor Abby is determined to do anything to avenge her father's murder. Posing as a dominatrix, she enters the world of sadomasochism and sexual fantasies...a perfect setup for revenge!

  • The Cellar

    The Cellar (2009)
    Film by David Garrett (Comedy) Actor A high-end clothing store run by 20-year-olds is forced to hire elderly employees.

  • Call 911

    Call 911 (2009)
    Television Actor

  • Horns Off a Billy Goat

    Horns Off a Billy Goat (2009)
    Film (short) by Paul Whitehead (Comedy) Actor It takes talent to deliver great lines and be phenomenal performers in Los Angeles. In this short film about a struggling production company, we find out that Hollywood has many, many talented actors and actresses.

  • The La Jolla Grapevine

    The La Jolla Grapevine (2009)
    Film (short) by Paul Whitehead (Comedy and Mystery) Actor

  • Who Stole the Electric Car?

    Who Stole the Electric Car? (2009)
    Film by Robert Dastoli (Comedy) Actor Set in the year 1995 in Los Angeles, before Al Gore and Leo DiCaprio showed us that it was hip to conserve energy, the world s first electric car was introduced. This romantic comedy is about self-centered, egotistical, named Guy, who has taken his environmentally friendly girlfriend, named Chelsea, for granted. Chelsea is leaving him and in an attempt to win her back, Guy concocts a scheme. He flies to Detroit to have his picture taken with the Electric Car (the ZEV-1) and, in the heat of a moment, steals the car and takes the salesman hostage. A whirlwind road trip begins from Motor City back to Southern California. Time is ticking and the police are in hot pursuit. Can they keep up the juice without using a single drop of gasoline? Get ready for the adventure of your life at 99 miles per gallon! Written by Larry B.

  • Charles Miller

    Charles Miller (2008)
    Film (short) by Dorian Soracco (Drama) Actor

  • Driving Bill Crazy

    Driving Bill Crazy (2008)
    Film by Chris Weidman (Comedy) Actor

  • The Frost Whistle: An Adaptation

    The Frost Whistle: An Adaptation (2008)
    Film (short) by Catherine Owens (Drama) Actor A tenant farmer and his wife during the Depression count their last pennies. They are distant from each other and fall asleep, dreaming of better times only to be awakened by the frost warning. They rush outside and literally use the shirts off their backs to cover the small crop in hopes of saving their last meager plants from the impending frost. Once inside, the farmer, in a fit of frustration does something the has never done before - he smashes their last table and chair and uses it to build a fire to warm his wife. They turn to each other for warmth, from the cold and from the Depression. Written by Catherine Owens (I)

  • Jesus of Macon, Georgia

    Jesus of Macon, Georgia (2008)
    Film by Todd J. Phelps (Drama and Fantasy) Actor

  • The Skyjacker

    The Skyjacker (2008)
    Film by Jeff Pickett (Crime) Actor A true story. Northwest, 1970's. A loner plans to change his life. He needs money so he boards on a plane with a suitcase. He claims that there is a bomb inside and demands a ransom. Cigarettes and bourbon help him to keep the nerves under control. Unfortunately he meets a young stewardess and looses control over the situation. Written by Michal

  • Wednesday

    Wednesday (2006)
    Film (short) by Joel Nassan (Drama) Actor Wednesday is as good as any other day to be lonely in LA. 70-year-old Roger photographs every activity he performs in his slow-paced, lonely life while the fast pace of city life surrounds him. When the sun sets at the end of the day, we learn the reason behind the pictures. Written by Anonymous

  • Secret History of Religion: Doomsday - Book of Revelation

    Secret History of Religion: Doomsday - Book of Revelation (2006)
    TV Movie by Michael S. Ojeda Actor Documentary examining the biblical prophecies of Armageddon and comparing them to newly discovered scientific facts. Is the Apocalypse a poetic message of hope to persecuted 1st century Christians or a prophecy of impending doom?

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