Lisa-Marie Allen (born 1960) was an American figure skater. She won the silver medal at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships three times (from 1978 to 1980) and competed in the 1980 Winter Olympics.
Allen was coached by Barbara Ann Roles. She was able to spin in both directions which is an uncommon skill for a top-level skater.
After she returned to skating she won the World Professional Championships in 1990 and the American Open Professional Championships in 1997. Although she stopped performing after 1998, she did appear in the Salt Lake City Olympics opening and closing ceremonies in 2002.
She has worked as both a coach and a choreographer. She was one of the choreographers for the opening and closing ceremonies at the 2002 Olympics. She also was the assistant choreographer for the feature film Blades of Glory. She serves
|Winter Olympic Games||5th|
|Skate Canada International||2nd||1st|
|World Professional Championships||1st|
|American Open Professional Championships||1st|