Allie Trimm began her performing career in San Diego, transitioning from community theater to professional work when she was nine years old. At age 13, Allie made her critically acclaimed Broadway debut as leading lady “Patrice” in Jason Robert Browns' new musical “13”. With music and lyrics by Tony Award winner Jason Robert Brown and librettists Dan Elish and Robert Horn, the show opened October 5, 2008 at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theater. In 2009, she was cast and went on to perform as Kim MacAfee in the first ever Broadway revival of “Bye Bye Birdie” with John Stamos and Gina Gershon. The highlight of this project was getting to work with the original composers Charles Strouse and Lee Adams.
Allie was recently cast in the Broadway-bound musical “Once Upon A One More Time” featuring music by Britney Spears. She has performed at numerous NYC engagements including Playbill’s 125th Anniversary celebration where she performed with Bernadette Peters and Brian Stokes Mitchell. She starred as Daisy Buchanan in the Las Vegas production of "BAZ- Star Crossed Love." In addition to multiple concerts at the renowned 54 Below, Allie has performed concerts at Birdland, The Metropolitan Room and a special engagement of "Parade" with Laura Benanti and Jeremy Jordan at The Lincoln Center. She originate the role of "Hannah" in the Broadway-bound production of Allegiance at The Old Globe. A New York highlight was being cast as the very naughty daughter of John Hamm on the “Valentines Day” episode of “30 Rock”. Additional Film & TV credits include co-star roles in the Disney Movie PROM, the Renee Zellweger helmed pilot of "Cinnamon Girl" and Shonda Rhimes’ Private Practice. She stars in the feature film “Saints Rest” alongside notable award-winning Israeli actors.
Allie continued to perform regionally while finishing her high school education, and after taking a gap year she went on to attend Stanford University pursuing a degree in Psychology.
Allie continues to perform across the nation and uses her life experience and years of training to teach pivotal lessons to young aspiring performers. Allie not only teaches healthy technique, building character within a song, and audition preparation, but she also has invaluable knowledge of the ins and outs of the industry, and the emotional experience that young performers go through. Allie can uniquely guide her students through their journey in discovering their authentic voice and give her students the foundational tools for finding and nurturing their instrument for the rest of their lives.