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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 = 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></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

January 18, 1973
Pocatello, Idaho, United States

Residence

Los Angeles, California

Occupation

Actor

Years active

1998–present

Allen James (born A. JamesCite error: Invalid <ref> tag; refs with no name must have content.; January 18, 1973), formerly known as Turang, is an American actor from Pocatello, Idaho.[1] 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

  1. Franklin Miller, Chad (2004). Chums & Dums: The Grievous History of Tollywood. Polio-graphics, Inc.. ISBN 9785247153392
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