Alicia Allain, the wife of the American actor John Schneider, passed away. She was aged 53 at the time of her demise. She fought a three-year-long battle with stage 4 breast cancer.
Who Is Alicia Allain?
Allain is known as a film producer. She started her business career as a hairstylist. She has produced multiple movies with her husband. The couple created many projects in which Schneider had the role of a director.
Which Films Did Alicia Allain Produce?
Allain has produced notable films such as Auto Focus, Inadmissible, 4: Go, Hate Crime, and To Die For.
The other movies that she produced are Notes From Underground, Hate Crime, and Poker Run. She has co-produced the film The Badge.
She had the role as an executive producer in Anderson Bench, 2016, Breasts, Penance Lane, The Farmer and the Belle: Saving Santaland, One Month Out, and Mysterious Circumstance: The Death of Meriwether Lewis.
She was the associate producer of A Royal Christmas Engagement. In addition to this, she line-produced Lush and Bark!
She had contracted as the producer of the upcoming movie Stand On It!, and the executive producer of post-production in Half Lives.
Was Alicia Allain An Actress?
Other than being a producer had appeared as an actress in movies such as Caged Fear, and Leather Jackets in 1991, Almost Hollywood in 1994, Auto Focus in 2002, and Tres Leches recently in 2022.
What Were Allain’s Other Roles In The Industry?
She worked as a hairstylist in the make-up department of the movies such as No Secrets, Caged Fear, Dead Silence, and Leather Jackets in 1991, Bonnie & Clyde: The True Story, and Ulterior Motives in 1992, Poisoned by Love: The Kern County Murders, and Based on an Untrue Story in 1993, Blindfold: Acts of Obsession, and Dead Beat in 1994, and The Apostle in 1997. Among these, she was the key hair stylist in the movies Ulterior Motives, Based on an untrue story, Dead Beat, and The Apostle.
Alicia Allain’s Early Life
She was born on July 14 1969 as the daughter of Michael Allain and Linda Marino Allain. She grew up with a brother named Brandy Michael Allain. As a child, she shared a close relationship with her grandmother Doris Crutti Marino Alavardo.
She passed away in Holden, Louisiana, in the United States of America. Her assigned birth name was Alicia Ann Allain and she was 5 ft tall.
On marrying John Schneider she was on good terms with his daughter, her step-daughter Karis Schneider and her step-granddaughter Sierra Schneider.
Previous to that she was married to Patrick Dollard. From this marriage, she had a daughter by the name of Jessica Ann Dollard.
How Close Was Allain With Her Husband John Schneider?
John called his wife as his smile. He is still mourning the death.
He has requested privacy for himself and the family while they are in mourning the unexpected and untimely demise of his wife.
He also made a request to not ask any questions. He said that was a time of unimaginable sorrow for him. He said that grief was too small a word to express what he was feeling.
He recalled the English saying, with great love comes great sorrow and he had not understood the actual meaning of it until now.
He added that his wife was the fuel that ran for his biggest dreams, his inspiration behind every creative thought, the glue that held him together, and the very fabric of his soul. He was not even able to imagine a world without his wife and was already missing her more than any words could describe.
A private obituary ceremony is reported to take place for close family and friends.
How Did John Schneider Meet His “My Smile”?
The couple met each other on the set of one of Schneider’s movies. She worked as his manager.
The couple fell in love and tied the knot in a private ceremony in the barn at John Schneider Studios in Holden, Louisiana.