John Edward Allen Net Worth

John Edward Allen was born on June 09, 1932 in  Southampton, Hampshire, England, United Kingdom, is Actor. John Allen also was part of Ozzy Osbourne's Diary of a Madman and Speak of the Devil tour in the USA and UK. He was featured in the gate-fold of Speak/Talk of the Devil with Ozzy. Onstage, he was nicknamed Ronnie (inside joke) and provided comic relief (and towels) and was hanged during the song "Goodbye to Romance".
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actor
Birth Day June 09, 1932
Birth Place  Southampton, Hampshire, England, United Kingdom
Age 88 YEARS OLD
Died On 9 September 2015(2015-09-09) (aged 83)
Birth Sign Aries
Diocese Diocese of Wakefield
In office 1982–1997
Predecessor John Lister
Successor George Nairn-Briggs
Ordination 1968 (deacon) 1969 (priest)
Birth name John Edward Allen
Education Rugby School
Alma mater University College, Oxford Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge

💰 Net worth: Under Review

Biography/Timeline

1932

Allen was born on 9 June 1932 in Rusholme, Lancashire (now in Greater Manchester). His father was Ronald Edward Taylor Allen, a canon and sometime Vicar of Edgbaston. He was educated at Rugby School, then an all-boys public school. He studied at University College, Oxford, and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in 1956.

1957

Allen was in the Colonial Service in Kenya from 1957 to 1963. After Kenya's independence, he moved to a career in Business. He worked in Sales and Marketing with Kimberly-Clark until 1966.

1966

Having become unsatisfied with his Business career, Allen felt the call to ordination. In 1966, he entered Westcott House, Cambridge, an Anglican theological college. For two years he trained at Westcott and additionally studied theology at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge. By 1968, he had completed his training and graduated from the University of Cambridge with a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree.

1968

Allen was ordained in the Church of England as a deacon in 1968 and as a priest in 1969. He was initially a Curate at Deal and then Vicar of St Paul’s, Clifton. He was then the incumbent at Chippenham until 1982 when he became Provost of Wakefield, a post he held until 1997.