Amy Allan, the star of “The Dead Files” and her love for mystery

Her followers on Instagram remember her for her iconic psychic and medium role in the television series The Dead Files, which she played after noticing how much she identified with the mystery. Born in Denver, Colorado, on May 31, 1973, Amy Allan is a lover of nature and so let’s sees in each of his publications.

Although the entertainment industry does not recognize it as one of the most sought-after in Hollywood, Amy Allan has managed to combine her professional and work life and does not hesitate to share with her more than 75 thousand followers important aspects of her privacy and personality.
As for The Dead Files, a paranormal series in which he worked with the investigator and detective Steve DiSchiavi, Amy Allan and her partner team up looking for data of people returning from death, occupying the mystical part of it and, on the other hand, its colleague the investigative.

However, although not everything is a mystery in the life of this character, he became involved in the mystical after a “call” at the age of four, the first time he felt the presence of spirits inside his mind. With this vocation, it was no surprise to anyone when he decided to enroll in a Psychology degree at the University of Arizona.

As an activist, philanthropy is your thing. Not only is it linked to causes of world aid for the protection and propagation of peace, but it is also an icon in its states to obtain texts in which it demonstrates its love and profound respect for animals and biodiversity.

The respectability that has led to his television career is reflected in his heritage. Currently, this gray-eyed redhead has a capital valued at 1 million dollars, all thanks to her work as a medium, activity that continues to reap fruit every day.

Sentimentally, the actress was married to Matt Anderson -the couple divorced in 2013-. After his divorce, he said in an interview that he had found the “love of his life” with director Rob Traegler, who directed and produced series such as “Pretty Hurts” and “Mysteries and Scandals.”