Zibby Allen (Brief Breasts) in Rogue [S4E3]
36-year old actress-producer-writer-musician-stage artist-certified social media strategist Zibby Allen  (Brief Breasts), Ashley Greene (Sexy), Eve Harlow, Meaghan Rath, Bethany Brown, April Telek, Alison Wandzura, Karyn Mott, Vivian Full, Rhiannon Harder, Kristin Lehman & Emmanuelle Vaugier in Rogue [S4E3]
Confidence is the key… and it’s not something you can fake. Not sure how you get there… but that’s your job
Zibby Allen is an LA/Vancouver actor, writer and coach. Her television/film career ranges from extensive work in commercials, to multi-camera comedies, to her current gig as a recurring on a one-hour drama here in Vancouver.Zibby Allen was born and raised in the San Francisco, Bay Area where as a youth, she studied and performed with American Conservatory Theatre (A.C.T) in young conservatory. She was also an original member of the New Plays Program at A.C.T., designed to commission, workshop and produce new works by prominent and influential playwrights.
Zibby graduated high school a year early in order to continue working in S.F. doing professional theatre, until she moved to Los Angeles at the age of 20 to pursue her burgeoning film/television career. In addition to her recurring roles on shows such as Grey’s Anatomy, Disney’s A.N.T. Farm and Rogue, Zibby has done extensive work in commercials.
Zibby plays the ukulele and sings with her main band Bomb Your Face. One of her bands, Socks and Chimes has a song called “New Mexico” that’s featured in the film “Naomi and Ely’s No Kiss List.” (2015)
Zibby also completed an indie feature film that she wrote, produced, and starred in called The Living Worst. Her experience as a film/television writer, and now producer, has only cemented her belief that creating your own content as an artist is one of the more powerfully effective ways to participate in steering one’s own career. As a coach she brings her career experience, personal philosophies/practices on the business of art, and a passionate, intuitive approach to the art of acting.
But life hasn’t always been so colorful. When Zibby‘s brother died in 2010, taking his own life because of his addiction, she lost her best friend. Instead of letting it consume her, she honored her brother’s memory by making a difference.
She partnered up with Kate D Payne on their company, NightKAP Entertainment, producing a series of events that shake up the typical fundraising formula. Their company will never bring you a boring charity dinner. No. They are turning the model on its head to bring you non stop, outside the box unique entertainment. Talk about girl power.