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Template:Infobox actor Helen Wong (born 10 August 1973 in Guizhou, China), better known by her stage name Allenina, is a Los Angeles-based, model, actress, dancer and emerging director.[1][2] Allenina grew up in Hong Kong and emigrated to the United States at age 17, residing in Los Angeles.[1][2] Allenina is a transwoman and as such has worked most of her adult life. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Southern California.[3]

Mainstream Movie and Television Appearances Edit

Helen is featured in National Lampoon Presents Lost Reality (released September 28), described on the cover as "TV Shows the Networks Wouldn't Dare Air."

Allenina appears in He Said, She Said, a dating game with a transsexual twist. Her segment is similar to The Bachelorette, in that male contestants try to win the heart of the woman. Prior to her appearance in He Said, She Said, Allenina appeared in Showtime’s Family Business (TV series) in an encounter with Cousin Stevie.

She also appears as her male identity (Alan) in Sex: The Annabel Chong Story, where she is revealed to be Annabel Chong's classmate and best friend.

Allenina also appeared in Macy Gray's music video for "Sexual Revolution".[4]

Filmography Edit

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Transformation Magazine (USA) 14 February 2001, Iss. 35, by: Marlayna Lacie, "Boy-Girl of the Month - Allenina's Asian Baroque"
  2. 2.0 2.1 Martin, Ron (2004-10-05). Transsexual Performer Featured on New National Lampoon's Release. AVN.
  3. http://www.allenia.com
  4. blog

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