Facts About Scott Allie
|Celebrated Name||Scott Allie|
|Birth Name||Scott Allie|
|Birth Nation||United States|
|Place Of Birth||Massachusetts|
|Best Known For||Former editor-in-chief and executive of popular comic book, "Dark Horse Comics".|
Scott Allie is an American comics writer and editor who is best known for his work as editor and executive of a popular comic book, "Dark Horse Comics". He worked as an editor-in-chief for 3 years from 2012 to 2015, and subsequently, he became the executive senior editor that he served for 2 years till 2017. During his time at the company, he worked on some of its biggest projects, including Hellboy, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and Umbrella Academy.
On June 24, 2020, Allie was accused of sexual assault by another former editor, Shawna Gore after she went on Twitter claiming that she suffered abuse at Allie’s hands over many years, including an incident in 1999. Following the incident, Dark Horse announced of not-working longer with him. Besides, 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 the popular comic book, "Dark Horse Comics".
Where was Scott Allie Born?
Scott Allie was born and raised in Massachusetts. His birth name is Scott Allie. His nationality is American. Allie belongs to White ethnicity.
What Does Scott Allie Dor For Living?
- Scott Allie began his professional career working as an editor in "Dark Horse Comics" in 1994. He then was promoted to work as editor-in-chief after 16 years in October 2012. Then 3 years later, he was named the executive senior editor in September 2015.
- He soon turned out to be one of the hard-working and trust-worthing workers of the company.
- Allie then wrote the four-issue miniseries, "The Devil's Footprints" in 2003.
- He started writing the miniseries, "Solomon Kane", the first two-story arcs of which were expansions of the Robert E. Howard stories in 2008.
- He then collaborated with Mike Mignola and wrote stories for "BPRD" in 2012 and later, "BPRD: The Devil You Know". He also co-wrote stories for "Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 9".
- Allie became the lead writer of the ongoing series, "Abe Sapien" along with Mike Mignola in 2013.
- In 2017, he announced leaving the company to continue his career in comics as a freelance editor and writer.
- On June 25, 2020, after Allie was accused of sexual assault, Dark Horse Comics promised to no longer work with him, a longtime editor.
Who is Scott Allie Married to?
Scott Allie is a married man. He lives with his wife and children in Portland, Oregon. However, his personal life hasn't been too easy as he has been in several controversial incidents. As in October 2015, Allie was accused of groping and biting one individual at the 2015 San Diego Comic-Con International convention in San Diego.
On June 24, 2020, former Dark Horse publicist and editor, Shawna Gore accused Allie of several incidents of sexual assault and harassment dating to 1999 through a tweet. Following on June 25, 2020, Dark Horse announced it was severing ties with Allie.
What is the Net Worth of Scott Allie?
Scott Allie has quite great earnings from his professional career as an editor. Having been in this field for over a decade, Allie has managed to amass a healthy fortune from his several writings and comic books. His net worth is estimated to be around $5 million.
How Tall is Scott Allie?
Scott Allie is a good looking man who is around in his 40s now. He has a fair complexion with brown eyes and grey hair. He stands tall with a height of 5ft. 9inch.(1.75m) while his body weighs around 83kg(183 lbs).
Trivias About Scott Allie You Need To Know.
- Allie was accused of sexual assault by former Dark Horse publicist and editor, Shawna Gore on June 24, 2020.