John Schneider, a well-known actor and country music singer, is mourning the death of his wife Alicia Allain. She was 53 years old and passed away on Tuesday surrounded by family members. A source said she had been suffering from cancer for a while.
The couple were married in 2019 and Allain was a film producer who owned her own entertainment company called Maven Entertainment. She appeared in a number of films, including Leather Jackets and Caged Fear.
Alicia Allain was 53 years old
Alicia Allain died at her home in Holden, Louisiana, on Tuesday. Her cause of death was cancer. She fought a valiant battle against the disease and was an advocate for healthy living. Alicia was a proprietor of Maven Entertainment and a beloved wife of John Schneider. She also had film credits as an actress and producer.
During her career, she produced movies like Leather Jackets and The Badge. She was also the manager of John Schneider Studios in Holden and owned a company called Maven Entertainment. The Smallville alum was the third wife of the Dukes of Hazzard star, after his marriages to Tawny Little and Elvira “Elly” Castle.
She had a strong personality and was dedicated to her work. She was a force that inspired others, and she always put herself last. John Schneider announced her death on social media. He asked well-wishers to keep her family in their thoughts and prayers. He also encouraged them to hug those they love and hold them tight.
She was married to John Schneider
Alicia Allain was the wife of actor and country music singer John Schneider. She was a producer who worked on several movies including Leather Jackets, Caged Fear and Almost Hollywood. She also co-produced Paul Schrader’s 2002 film Auto Focus starring Willem Dafoe and Maria Bello. She started her career as a hair stylist before becoming a film producer. She owned her own production company Maven Entertainment and worked as Schneider’s personal and professional manager.
The pair married in a ceremony at the barn on the property of their studio in Holden, Louisiana. They shared a love of horses and were involved in the local rodeo circuit. They had three adult children Leah, Chasen and Karis.
Despite their happy marriage, the couple’s relationship was marred by a nasty divorce. Elvira filed for divorce in 2014 citing irreconcilable differences. The divorce dragged on and ended up with Schneider spending three days in jail for failing to pay temporary spousal support.
She was diagnosed with breast cancer
Alicia Allain died on Tuesday, February 21, at her home in Holden, Louisiana. She was 53 years old and married to actor John Schneider, who is known for his role as Bo Duke on the TV series “Dukes of Hazzard.” She was a producer and a hair stylist, with credits in films such as Auto Focus, Leather Jackets, and Caged Fear. She also owned her own entertainment company, Maven Entertainment.
The couple shared their struggles with her stage 4 HER2 negative cancer diagnosis on an episode of Fox and Friends in 2020. At the time, she was “three years into a five-year shelf life,” according to Schneider.
Allain was a prolific producer and had several unreleased films in the works. She and her husband worked together on two of them, Half Lives and Stand on It! She was open about her cancer battle and advocated a healthy lifestyle. She credited her daily mineral supplements, CBD oil, and keto diet for her survival.
She died on February 21, 2023
Alicia Allain, 53, was a filmmaker and wife of Dukes of Hazzard actor John Schneider. She was diagnosed with cancer in 2019. The couple discussed her battle on Fox & Friends in 2021, and Allain said she had three years to live at the time.
Despite her struggle with cancer, Allain founded her own production company, Maven Entertainment. She was a producer on many films, including Leather Jackets, Caged Fear, and Auto Focus. She also worked as a hair stylist on several other movies and television shows.
Despite her success, she was a humble and down-to-earth woman. She was always concerned about others before herself, according to her obituary. Those who knew her described her as a force that inspired others and was kind to everyone she met. Her obituary asked that instead of sending flowers, well-wishers say prayers for her family and hug those they love. Her husband, John Schneider, is heartbroken over her death.