Todd Allen

Todd Allen

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Rating

Title

Credit

Box
Office

Year

32% My All American Father Bomar $1.4M 2015
86% Django Unchained Dollar Bill $162.9M 2012
No Score Yet Buttermilk Sky Actor 2009
No Score Yet Broken Trail Marshal Bill Miller 2006
19% Collateral Damage FBI agent $40M 2002
No Score Yet Tycus Menkees 2000
No Score Yet The Soul Collector Jake 1999
90% The Apostle Horace 1998
9% The Postman Gibbs 1997
No Score Yet Demolition University Max 1997
No Score Yet Pinocchio's Revenge David Kaminsky 1996
No Score Yet Tall, Dark and Deadly Sam Harrison 1995
44% Wyatt Earp Sherman McMasters 1994
No Score Yet Witchboard 2: The Devil's Doorway Garbageman 1993
77% Grand Canyon Myers 1991
No Score Yet Storm and Sorrow Actor 1990
No Score Yet Brothers in Arms Joey 1990
No Score Yet Pancho Barnes Chuck Yeager 1988
50% Witchboard Jim Morar 1986
93% Mask Canuck 1985
76% Silverado Deputy Kern $33.3M 1985
92% Swing Shift Cpl. Bobby Danzig 1984
9% The Ice Pirates Stunts 1984
56% Uncommon Valor Frank Rhodes 1983
No Score Yet Eddie Macon's Run Desk Sergeant 1983
93% 48 HRS Young Cop 1982

TV

Rating

Title

Credit

Year

91% Nashville
2012-2018
Walter
  • 2013
  • 2012
No Score Yet CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
2000-2015
Eddie Lansco
  • 2007
56% Men in Trees
2006-2008
Nervous Guy
  • 2007
No Score Yet NCIS
2003
Ranger James Landis
  • 2006
90% Monk
2002-2009
Max
  • 2004
No Score Yet Profiler
1996-2000
Bill Clavell
  • 2000

QUOTES FROM Todd Allen CHARACTERS

Jim Morar
Damn I hate talking to ghosts with plaque on my teeth. (Brandon and Jim start laughing) - A little psychic humor.
Jim Morar
Damn I hate talking to ghosts with plaque on my teeth. (Brandon and Jim start laughing) A little psychic humor.
Brandon Sinclair
God why are we laughing?
Jim Morar
It helps us forget how scared we are.
Jim Morar
(at the cemetery with Brandon) - Look nobody's home. The place is locked up.
Jim Morar
(at the cemetery with Brandon) Look nobody's home. The place is locked up.
Brandon Sinclair
Oh damn it. I guess we're just gonna have to come back tomorrow.
Jim Morar
Yeah, as long as we're here, I'm gonna check out David's grave.
Brandon Sinclair
Why?
Jim Morar
(turns around) - ...Why not?!
Jim Morar
(turns around) Why not?!
Jim Morar
(while driving in the car with Brandon) - What's our first move when we get there?
Jim Morar
(while driving in the car with Brandon) What's our first move when we get there?
Brandon Sinclair
The big bad public library.
Jim Morar
Why?
Brandon Sinclair
Why not?
Jim Morar
(thinking for a moment in silence) - Oh well...as long as you got a reason.
Jim Morar
(thinking for a moment in silence) Oh well, as long as you got a reason.
Brandon Sinclair
(talking to Jim about Sarabeth's death) - She suspected something about David. She was gonna check on it. I think David killed her.
Brandon Sinclair
(talking to Jim about Sarabeth's death) She suspected something about David. She was gonna check on it. I think David killed her.
Jim Morar
Wait a minute...the spirit killer her?
Jim Morar
Wait a minute, the spirit killer her?
Brandon Sinclair
Yes, and I think he cut your phone line too so I couldn't warn Linda about the Ouija. And he probably killed Lloyd. By that time I think he was after you!
Jim Morar
Man, are you listening to yourself? You're telling me that there's a ten year old ghost flying around Fairfield killing people.
Sarabeth
(gets scared) - I see a vision!
Sarabeth
(gets scared) I see a vision!
Brandon Sinclair
What is it?
Sarabeth
Me! - In your car...GOING...HOME! (Turns around, laughing hysterically) Ha-ha-ha-ha Just some more psychic humor! Ha-ha Come on Brandi, let's hit the musky dusky...TTFN.
Sarabeth
Me! In your car, GOING HOME! (Turns around, laughing hysterically) Ha-ha-ha-ha Just some more psychic humor! Ha-ha Come on Brandi, let's hit the musky dusky. TTFN.
Jim Morar
(looks at Brandon confused) - TTFN?
Jim Morar
(looks at Brandon confused) TTFN?
Brandon Sinclair
Uh...Ta-Ta for Now. (About the psychic) - Uh, thanks for letting me bring her.
Brandon Sinclair
Uh, Ta-Ta for Now. (About the psychic) Uh, thanks for letting me bring her.
Jim Morar
Don't mention it...to anybody!
Jim Morar
Don't mention it, to anybody!
Jim Morar
(talking to Brandon, as he's weirded out about the strange looking psychic) - This is your expert? Where did you find her, in the circus?
Jim Morar
(talking to Brandon, as he's weirded out about the strange looking psychic) This is your expert? Where did you find her, in the circus?
Brandon Sinclair
Okay, so she's a bit strange. But--
Brandon Sinclair
Okay, so she's a bit strange. But...
Jim Morar
A bit strange? Her head looks like a freaking rainbow!
Jim Morar
(after the weird psychic lady enters his home) - Hi...Thanks for coming.
Jim Morar
(after the weird psychic lady enters his home) Hi. Thanks for coming.
Sarabeth
(chewing gum) - No prob! Ha-ha.
Sarabeth
(chewing gum) No prob! Ha-ha.
Brandon Sinclair
(at Jim's work) - Alright when someone uses a Ouija alone, like Linda, she's very susceptible to the spirit she contacts. And the wrong spirit will take advantage of this. At first, he'll be extremely helpful and friendly, so that's she's lured into using the board more and more. Pretty soon all she wants to do is use the board. Everything else, like going to classes, becomes unimportant. This is called "progressive entrapment" - When she reaches this stage the spirit changes. He starts to frighten and terrorize her. Gradually breaking down her resistance...and once that's done...he's able to possess her.
Brandon Sinclair
(at Jim's work) Alright when someone uses a Ouija alone, like Linda, she's very susceptible to the spirit she contacts. And the wrong spirit will take advantage of this. At first, he'll be extremely helpful and friendly, so that's she's lured into using the board more and more. Pretty soon all she wants to do is use the board. Everything else, like going to classes, becomes unimportant. This is called 'progressive entrapment' When she reaches this stage the spirit changes. He starts to frighten and terrorize her. Gradually breaking down her resistance, and once that's done, he's able to possess her.
Jim Morar
(thinks for a moment, and nods his head) - So...what you're telling me is...that I'm living with Linda Blair?
Jim Morar
(thinks for a moment, and nods his head) So, what you're telling me is that I'm living with Linda Blair?
Brandon Sinclair
(screams) DAMN IT JIM I'M SERIOUS!
Jim Morar
(laughing) - I know...that's what makes it so funny.
Jim Morar
(laughing) I know that's what makes it so funny.
Jim Morar
(laughing) I know, that's what makes it so funny.
Brandon Sinclair
(at Jim's work) - Has Linda been acting strange lately? She hasn't been to a single one of her classes all week.
Brandon Sinclair
(at Jim's work) Has Linda been acting strange lately? She hasn't been to a single one of her classes all week.
Jim Morar
What do you mean "strange"?
Jim Morar
What do you mean 'strange'?
Brandon Sinclair
I mean like, uh, nervous tension...Insomnia, nausea, any kind of erratic behavior?
Brandon Sinclair
I mean like, uh, nervous tension, insomnia, nausea, any kind of erratic behavior?
Jim Morar
How did you know?
Brandon Sinclair
Has she been swearing a lot.
Jim Morar
Like a truck driver.
Brandon Sinclair
I think Linda's been using my Ouija.
Jim Morar
(softly and sarcastically) - No? (starts laughing)
Jim Morar
(softly and sarcastically) No? (starts laughing)
Jim Morar
(Brandon shows up at Jim's work) - What are you doing here?
Jim Morar
(Brandon shows up at Jim's work) What are you doing here?
Brandon Sinclair
I tried to call but your phone was dead.
Jim Morar
And you drove all the way out here to tell me that?
Brandon Sinclair
No. I wanna ask you something about Linda?
Jim Morar
(being a wise ass) - You wanna know if she snores?
Jim Morar
(being a wise ass) You wanna know if she snores?
Brandon Sinclair
(begins to walk away) - I should have known better.
Brandon Sinclair
(begins to walk away) I should have known better.
Jim Morar
Hey! Hey! Jesus man you use to have a sense of humor.
Brandon Sinclair
Okay, can you be serious for one minute please?
Jim Morar
I'll give it a shot.
Linda Brewster
(to Jim) - God, I love you.
Linda Brewster
(to Jim) God, I love you.
Jim Morar
(thinks for a moment) - I know.
Jim Morar
(thinks for a moment) I know.
Jim Morar
(to Linda, after she tells Jim she's pregnant) - No wonder you're a nervous wreck. You're not going crazy...You're just becoming a mother.
Jim Morar
(to Linda, after she tells Jim she's pregnant) No wonder you're a nervous wreck. You're not going crazy. You're just becoming a mother.
Jim Morar
(in the cemetery, at Lloyd's funeral) - What can I do for you lieutenant?
Jim Morar
(in the cemetery, at Lloyd's funeral) What can I do for you lieutenant?
Lt. Dewhurst
I'm investigating Mr. Salvador's death...You've ever been to Vegas?
Lt. Dewhurst
I'm investigating Mr. Salvador's death. You've ever been to Vegas?
Jim Morar
No...Why?
Jim Morar
No. Why?
Lt. Dewhurst
They got these two guys there; Sigmund and Roy. I mean they are the best magicians I ever seen, without a doubt. I mean they do some really amazing things. You know...the only one thing I like better than seeing a good magic trick...is trying to figure out how it was done.
Lt. Dewhurst
They got these two guys there; Sigmund and Roy. I mean they are the best magicians I ever seen, without a doubt. I mean they do some really amazing things. You know, the only one thing I like better than seeing a good magic trick, is trying to figure out how it was done.
Jim Morar
Lieutenant, we're not really talking about magic here, are we?
Lt. Dewhurst
No...I believe Mr. Salvador was murdered.
Lt. Dewhurst
No. I believe Mr. Salvador was murdered.
Linda Brewster
(after Jim comes home from work early; pops up behind Linda) - Jesus Christ don't ever sneak up on me again! F**K! ...Sh*t! (under her breath) - Oh, f**k...What are you doing home?
Linda Brewster
(after Jim comes home from work early; pops up behind Linda) - Jesus Christ don't ever sneak up on me again! F**K! ...Sh*t! (under her breath) Oh, f**k. What are you doing home?
Jim Morar
I live here...What are you up to?
Jim Morar
I live here. What are you up to?
Linda Brewster
I found my ring. Remember the one that I lost when we moved in? (Smiles and holds up a ring) - See?
Linda Brewster
I found my ring. Remember the one that I lost when we moved in? (Smiles and holds up a ring) See?
Jim Morar
And that's such a monumental event that you started swearing?
Linda Brewster
What?
Jim Morar
Your language babe. I think "Gosh" and "Thorn" are the strongest words I ever heard you use...And when you'd take up plumbing?
Jim Morar
Your language babe. I think 'Gosh' and 'Thorn' are the strongest words I ever heard you use. And when you'd take up plumbing?
Lloyd
(in a silly voice, to Jim) - Whatcha doing?
Lloyd
(in a silly voice, to Jim) Whatcha doing?
Jim Morar
(looking around) - I lost my hammer.
Jim Morar
(looking around) I lost my hammer.
Lloyd
(after throwing an axe hammer at Jim; barley missing him) - Use mine.
Lloyd
(after throwing an axe hammer at Jim; barley missing him) Use mine.
Jim Morar
(smiles after a brief moment of silence) - Sucker you could've killed me.
Jim Morar
(smiles after a brief moment of silence) Sucker you could've killed me.
Lloyd
(in a silly old man voice) - No then you'd come back and you haunt me and flatten my tires, and STUFF.
Lloyd
(in a silly old man voice) No, then you'd come back and you haunt me and flatten my tires, and stuff.
Linda Brewster
(talking to Jim) - Well thank you very much for ruining the party.
Linda Brewster
(talking to Jim) Well thank you very much for ruining the party.
Jim Morar
(thinks for a second) - You're welcome.
Jim Morar
(thinks for a second) You're welcome.
Brandon Sinclair
(sees he has flat tires on his new car) - Thanks a lot Morar!
Brandon Sinclair
(sees he has flat tires on his new car) Thanks a lot Morar!
Jim Morar
What? This is my fault?
Brandon Sinclair
(yells) - Those are brand new tires, now how do you explain it?!
Brandon Sinclair
(yells) Those are brand new tires, now how do you explain it?!
Jim Morar
(laughs) - I don't know man. Maybe your buddy Casper did it.
Jim Morar
(laughs) I don't know man. Maybe your buddy Casper did it.
Brandon Sinclair
That's right. Because you made him angry!
Jim Morar
Then why didn't he flatten my tire?
Brandon Sinclair
Why? 'Cause I was in control of the board...He held me responsible!
Brandon Sinclair
Why? 'Cause I was in control of the board. He held me responsible!
Jim Morar
(laughs) - You're crazy.
Jim Morar
(laughs) You're crazy.
Brandon Sinclair
(playing the Ouija board with Linda; talking to the spirit David) - David...will you be able to choose your parents when you return?
Brandon Sinclair
(playing the Ouija board with Linda; talking to the spirit David) David, will you be able to choose your parents when you return?
Linda Brewster
(repeats what the Ouija board spells out) - "Yes".
Linda Brewster
(repeats what the Ouija board spells out) 'Yes'.
Jim Morar
Bullsh*t.
Brandon Sinclair
Why? You can't believe you were stupid enough to pick your parents.
Jim Morar
Hey, I don't talk to cardboard.
Brandon Sinclair
(the Ouija board starts moving frantically) - Careful Jim, you're upsetting David.
Brandon Sinclair
(the Ouija board starts moving frantically) Careful Jim, you're upsetting David.
Jim Morar
What's he gonna do haunt me?
Brandon Sinclair
(talking to the Ouija) - David are you alright?
Brandon Sinclair
(talking to the Ouija) David are you alright?
Jim Morar
Yeah he's alright, he's just a little dead that's all.
Brandon Sinclair
SHUT UP JIM! (Talks to the Ouija) - David are you alright?
Brandon Sinclair
SHUT UP JIM! (Talks to the Ouija) David are you alright?
Linda Brewster
(who's also playing the Ouija) - My God it's really racing.
Linda Brewster
(who's also playing the Ouija) My God it's really racing.
Jim Morar
(talking about David) - Yeah maybe he's late for the last flight back to limbo.
Jim Morar
(talking about David) Yeah maybe he's late for the last flight back to limbo.
Brandon Sinclair
(before playing the Ouija board) - Alright one more thing before we begin. The spirits are lousy spellers and a lot of them like to lie. So just to play it safe I'm gonna try to contact David; the spirit of a little boy who died about thirty years ago. (A guy at the party asks: "You mean you actually talked to the spirit before?") - Yeah I contacted him several times. For some reason he is connected to this particular board.
Brandon Sinclair
(before playing the Ouija board) Alright one more thing before we begin. The spirits are lousy spellers and a lot of them like to lie. So just to play it safe I'm gonna try to contact David; the spirit of a little boy who died about thirty years ago. (A guy at the party asks: 'You mean you actually talked to the spirit before?') Yeah I contacted him several times. For some reason he is connected to this particular board.
Linda Brewster
Why's that?
Brandon Sinclair
Well I don't know really. It's just that every Ouija board seems to have its own dominate spirit. Maybe it's because this board was made the day David died.
Jim Morar
(being a wise ass) - How do you know when that board was made?
Jim Morar
(being a wise ass) How do you know when that board was made?
Brandon Sinclair
David told me.
Jim Morar
(being a wise ass) - How do you know he wasn't lying? I mean you said they like to lie. Didn't you...didn't you say that?
Jim Morar
(being a wise ass) How do you know he wasn't lying? I mean you said they like to lie. Didn't you, didn't you say that?
Brandon Sinclair
It's pronounced Ouija. Not "Ouige". It comes from the French and German words for "Yes"..."Oui" and "Ja"..."Ouija"! ...(Grabs the planchette) - And this is a planchette.
Brandon Sinclair
It's pronounced Ouija. Not 'Ouige'. It comes from the French and German words for 'Yes', 'Oui' and 'Ja', 'Ouija'! (Grabs the planchette) And this is a planchette.
Lloyd
I don't care what you call it dude. It's just like a game, like Checkers or Chess.
Brandon Sinclair
For your information dude, the Ouija board has been around since recorded history. It was in wide use as far back as 540 BC.
Jim Morar
(being a wise ass) - I guess if Barbie dolls have been around that long, you'd be...you'd be talking to them too?
Jim Morar
(being a wise ass) I guess if Barbie dolls have been around that long, you'd be,you'd be talking to them too?
Brandon Sinclair
Beats talking to you.
Jim Morar
That's 'cause I use words with more than one syllable.