Allie Scott is a Los Angeles native who has in the recent years become a bicoastal artist. After spending the last two years living in New York, Allie has just relocated back to LA as her home base.
Allie has been acting since the age of 6 years old and hasn't looked back since. She graduated from the School of Dramatic Arts at the University of Southern California (USC), where she also discovered her passion for screenwriting.
While living in New York, Allie trained in the professional program at The Barrow Group. Additionally, Allie was cast as a lead in two New York based independent films in 2020, Let's Do Drugs and Maid to Perform. Let's Do Drugs is currently making the festival circuit and has been accepted to multiple festivals such as IndieX Film Fest, Big Apple Film Festival, and the Centrally Isolated Film Festival (CIFF) just to name a few.
Last September, Allie made her New York City theatre debut in the play California Here We Come performing the role of Mila. Some of Allie’s other most recent parts have included Cherry in Let's Do Drugs, Cindy in Maid to Perform, Maddie in I-Scream, Aurora in Family Dinner, Brianna in Mockingbird, C in This Our Now, Allie in 9 Lives and Casey in Burglar.
In addition to her training and credits, Allie is also making an effort to give back to her artist community by hosting a Virtual Self-Tape Practice Group for actors on both coasts. Her goal with this practice group is for participants not only to become more confident in making amazing self-tapes, but also to create a bicoastal network for actors to communicate and share advice.