Harris Allan was born on February 11th, 1985 in Canada.
Harris began his professional acting career in Vancouver, Canada. His first role was in the New Addams Family. Harris went on to guest star in a few episodes of "Cold Squad," where he played the role of Tyler Roth. In 2003, Harris had a recurring role on Showtime's hit series, "Queer as Folk." He played Hunter Montgomery from 2003, until the series ended it's five year run in 2005. Harris's other credits include, "Smallville" (playing a creature who could breathe under water) and the USA network hit, "The 4400."
Allan's film credits include "Paycheck" and the feature film "Home at the End of the World," starring Collin Farrell, Robin Wright Penn and Sissy Spacek. Harris was featured in the movie, "Final Destination 3" and was a guest star on the television series, "Masters of Horror," which first aired on Showtime in 2006.
Harris is also a singer/songwriter and played lead guitar in his band, Square 9. The group performed in and around the Vancouver area, but disbanded in 2007.
In 2009 Harris decided on a solo career and established himself as the hip hop recording and performing artist, FALLAN SOLDIER. In March, 2009 he released his debut album, "Above the Call of Duty."