Stephanie Allain

Stephanie Allain

Highest Rated: 91% Dear White People (2014)

Lowest Rated: 23% Biker Boyz (2003)

Birthday: Oct 30, 1959

Birthplace: New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

Born in 1959 in New Orleans, Louisiana, Stephanie Allain Bray moved to Los Angeles with her family in 1965. After graduating from the University of California at Santa Cruz, Allain tried to make it as a dancer and writer in the San Francisco Bay area, but moved back to Los Angeles in 1985 to start a family. She began to work as a freelance script reader for Creative Artists Agency as well as other agencies and production companies. In 1989, Allain was hired by Amy Pascal to work at Columbia Pictures, quickly advancing to the role of creative executive. As she role through the ranks up to Senior Vice President of Production at Columbia, she became known for mentoring young minority filmmakers including John Singleton and Robert Rodriguez. Allain stayed at Columbia until 1996, when she left to run Jim Henson Films, a role she held until 1999. In 2002, she launched her own production company, producing "Biker Boyz" (2003) (with John Singleton), and "Hustle and Flow" (2005), and continued to help minority filmmakers share their vision.




82% 63% Juanita Producer - 2019
88% 59% Burning Sands Producer - 2017
No Score Yet 64% French Dirty Executive Producer - 2015
83% 75% Beyond the Lights Producer $14.6M 2014
91% 61% Dear White People Executive Producer $4.4M 2014
38% 49% Peeples Producer $9.1M 2013
No Score Yet 69% Hurricane Season Producer - 2009
66% 69% Black Snake Moan Producer $9.4M 2007
61% 72% Something New Producer $11.4M 2006
82% 82% Hustle & Flow Producer $22.2M 2005
No Score Yet No Score Yet Sisters in Cinema Self - 2003
23% 54% Biker Boyz Producer $21.7M 2003
44% 40% Good Boy! Executive Producer $37.6M 2003
No Score Yet 58% Rat Executive Producer $3K 2000
63% 58% Muppets From Space Executive Producer $16.3M 1999
77% 63% The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland Executive Producer $11.6M 1999
25% 31% Buddy Executive Producer $10M 1997


95% 50% Dear White People Executive Producer 2017-2019


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