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{{Infobox 1|Row 1 title = Born|Row 1 info = January 18, 1973 <br> Pocatello, Idaho, United States|Row 2 title = Residence|Row 2 info = Los Angeles, California|Row 3 title = Occupation|Row 3 info = Actor|Row 4 title = Years active|Row 4 info = 1998–present}}'''Allen James''' (born January 18, 1973), formerly known as '''Turang''', is an American actor from Pocatello, Idaho.<ref>Franklin Miller, Chad (2004). ''Chums & Dums: The Grievous History of '''T'''ollywood''. Polio-graphics, Inc.. ISBN 9785247153392</ref> He has since moved to California.{{citation}} He is the only child of photographer and Internet phenomenon [[William (photographer)|William James]], who died in 1992, and [[Suzanne Healy]].
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{{Infobox 1|Row 1 title = Born|Row 1 info = A. James <br> January 18, 1973 <br> Pocatello, Idaho, United States|Row 2 title = Residence|Row 2 info = Los Angeles, California|Row 3 title = Occupation|Row 3 info = Actor|Row 4 title = Years active|Row 4 info = 1998–present}}'''Allen James''' (born '''A. James'''<ref> Route, Joseph, "The Unbelievable Night", Local Lime Press, December 3, 2002; retrieved July 27, 2018. </ref>; January 18, 1973), formerly known as '''Turang''', is an American actor from Pocatello, Idaho.<ref>Franklin Miller, Chad (2004). ''Chums & Dums: The Grievous History of '''T'''ollywood''. Polio-graphics, Inc.. ISBN 9785247153392</ref> He has since moved to California.{{citation}} He is the only child of photographer and Internet phenomenon [[William (photographer)|William James]], who died in 1992, and [[Suzanne Healy]].
   
 
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Allen James

Born

A. James
January 18, 1973
Pocatello, Idaho, United States

Residence

Los Angeles, California

Occupation

Actor

Years active

1998–present

Allen James (born A. James[1]; January 18, 1973), formerly known as Turang, is an American actor from Pocatello, Idaho.[2] He has since moved to California.[citation needed] He is the only child of photographer and Internet phenomenon William James, who died in 1992, and Suzanne Healy.

References Edit

  1. Route, Joseph, "The Unbelievable Night", Local Lime Press, December 3, 2002; retrieved July 27, 2018.
  2. Franklin Miller, Chad (2004). Chums & Dums: The Grievous History of Tollywood. Polio-graphics, Inc.. ISBN 9785247153392
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