Scott Allie Biography
Scott Allie is an American writer, known for his work as editor and executive of Dark Horse Comics from 1994 to 2017. Allie born in Massachusetts, Allie also wrote ‘The Devil’s Footprints’ and ‘Solomon Kane’ miniseries. Allie was accused of sexual harassment, which ultimately ended his friendship with ‘Dark Horse’
On 24 June 2020, another former writer, Shawna Gore, accused Allie of sexual harassment after she went on Twitter saying she had been harassed at Allie’s hands for several years, including an incident in 1999. Following the incident, Dark Horse announced that they would not work with him any longer. In addition, Allie was named Guest of Honor editor at the 2012 World Horror Convention.
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Scott Allie Height, Weight & Body Measurements
Scott Allie is well-known as a Writer. He is 56 years old. His Height is 5 feet & 9 inches. His weight is 83 Kg. His body measurements are not still confirmed yet. We will update you as soon as possible. His eyes are Brown & hairs are Grey.
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|Height (Approx.)||5 feet 9 inches|
|Weight (Approx.)||83 kg|
Scott Allie Family
Father – Unkown
Mother – Unkown
Wife – Myndi
Children – Portland, Oregon
Siblings – Unknown
Scott Allie Relationship Status
Allie is married, and from mid-2020 at least, Allie lives with his wife Myndi and his children in Portland, Oregon.
Scott Allie Bibliography, Books & Comics
- Planet of the Apes (Dark Horse Comics, 2001)
- The Devil’s Footprints (Dark Horse Comics, 2003)
- The Dark Horse Book of Hauntings (Dark Horse Comics, 2003)
- Star Wars: Empire Vol. 1 (Dark Horse Comics, 2003)
- The Dark Horse Book of Witchcraft (Dark Horse Comics, 2004)
- The Dark Horse Book of The Dead (Dark Horse Comics, 2005)
- The Fog (Dark Horse Comics, 2005)
- The Dark Horse Book of Monsters (Dark Horse Comics, 2006)
- Solomon Kane (Dark Horse Comics, 2008)
- Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 8 #38-39 (Dark Horse Comics, 2010)
- Exurbia (Dark Horse Comics, 2009)
- B.P.R.D. (Dark Horse Comics)
- The Dead Remembered (2011)
- Hell on Earth: The Pickens County Horror (2012)
- Hell on Earth: The Transformation of J. H. O’Donnell (2012)
- Hell on Earth: The Abyss of Time (2013)
- Star Wars: Jedi: The Dark Side (Dark Horse Comics, 2011)
- Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 9 #9-10 (Dark Horse Comics, 2012)
- Abe Sapien (Dark Horse Comics)
- Dark and Terrible (2013)
- BPRD (Dark Horse Comics)
- The Devil You Know (2017)
- The Umbrella Academy (Dark Horse Comics)
- Hotel Oblivion (2018)
Scott Allie Achievements
Allie was named Editor Guest of Honor at the 2012 World Horror Convention, in 2012.
What is Scott Allie Famous?
- Famous as the former editor-in-chief and executive of “Dark Horse Comics,” the iconic comic book
Scott Allie Controversies
- In October 2015, Allie was accused of groping and biting a single person at the San Diego Comic-Con International Convention 2015 in San Diego.
- On 24 June 2020, Shawna Gore, a former Dark Horse publicist, and editor, accused Allie of multiple instances of sexual misconduct and abuse in a tweet dating back to 1999. In the wake of June 25, 2020, Dark Horse revealed that it was cutting ties with Allie.
Scott Allie Net Worth
Allie is a well-known and popular writer and editor. The main and primary source of his income comes from writing. Let’s check how rich Allie is in 2020?
|Net Worth (2020)||$5 Million|
|Income Source||Primary Income source Writing (profession).|
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How much is Scott Allie worth?
Scott Allie has a net worth of $ 5 million.