Jake Allyn

Jake Allyn is the writer of No Man’s Land and stars in the film alongside Frank Grillo, Jorge Jimenez, Andie MacDowell and George Lopez. IFC Films releases the picture in cinemas nationwide and on streaming services on January 22, 2021. His next vehicle is an independent feature, Ride, which he wrote, and will star and produce alongside Southern Stories Productions. After graduating from Cornell and deciding to pursue acting full time, Allyn landed his first series regular on BET’s one-hour drama The Quad, where he played BoJohn Folsom, a star quarterback forced to attend a historically black college who had to overcome a checkered past and race issues to win over his teammates. Jake’s performance was praised by The Hollywood Reporter and The Quad made The New York Times’ “Top Shows to Watch.” (Picture by Maarten de Boer.)

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If It Matters to You, It Will Matter to Them

By Jake Allyn | January 22, 2021

If It Matters to You, It Will Matter to Them

For Jake Allyn, the star and co-writer of No Man's Land, his main aim as a filmmaker is to create connection with the audience.