Alfie Allen (Alfie Evan Owen-Allen) – (b. September 12, 1986, London) was an English actor of television, theater and film.
The son of film producer Alison Owen and actor Kate Allen, as well as the younger brother of singer Lily Allen. His sister dedicated the song “Alfie” to him from the 2006 album Alright, Still.
Alfie Owen-Allen was educated at St Johns College in Southsea, and then the Fine Arts College in Hampstead. Television made its debut in 1998, playing in the production of Channel 4’s You Are Here. In the same year he appeared in a small role in Elizabeth, a film produced by his mother. In television productions and in the movie, he started to play regularly since 2004. In 2008, he appeared as the Nobby Clark drama series Casualty 1907 in the BBC. In 2008, he was put in the lead role of theater arts Equus, replacing Daniel Radcliffe. In 2011, he became the character of Theon Greyjoy in the Game of Thrones produced by HBO.