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Since then, Allen has continued his acting career relatively unabated, and he has also established a theater career, both as actor and producer, and another career as a show business activist, organizing and performing in benefits for a myriad of gay causes, including AIDS and civil rights. I think we have the makings of a very good personals ad here. At the moment, he’s workshopping a play in Connecticut while producing one in Los Angeles, the local premiere of Terrence Mc Nally’s continuously controversial Corpus Christi. Outed, clean, sober, and at ease, he recently shaved his head—not for his sins but for a role. One of my closest friends in the world likes to appear at supermarket openings. You don’t get why people would want to know more about you? I can get up in front of how many people every night onstage and be somebody else, but to sit here and be myself, I don’t know who that is. We shouted at each other across a tiny table at a crowded Hollywood watering hole. Quinn: Medicine Woman," "NYPD Blue," and "Charmed."On Stage In 1995, Chad co-founded The Creative Outlet theater company.He considers theater to be his "first love, without a doubt." Allen has appeared in the stage productions of "Change at Babylon" (Los Angeles), "Temporary Help" (Seattle, Westport, Connecticut), and "Sons of Lincoln" (Los Angeles).
Well, I don’t come from a show business family at all. It was basically for the rejects, the gay kids, very uncool.
I’d be following the patterns on the wall, and in my head there was an imaginary war going on between the shapes. I was on the cover of all these teen magazines, and I would look at that guy on the cover and wonder who he was. And at 16, I more or less quit acting to go to high school. One was very open and helpful to students who were openly gay.
I played an autistic kid, and I remember my mother sitting me down and trying to explain what it was, and she told me autistic kids lived in their own world. I would sit there and have this whole world going on in my head. I was a child actor but never a child star, except, of course, in my own mind. But there was a machine, and beautiful things were happening! Basically, I had been raised on the set and at church—strict Catholic upbringing there. There was love and acceptance, and it was OK; they just weren’t allowed to have sex. I had to strike out and try everything on the great spiritual journey. It was the first time I had been off the set since I was 4 years old.
"He's his mother's son and he's my son, and he's come up the chasm much quicker than we did.
But that's typical in the Information Age; things get accelerated.