Allaire Paterson Koslo

Allaire Koslo as an Actress has played over 135 roles on stage and performed "Purple Breasts"" since 1989. Allaire is passionate about health, fitness, breast cancer awareness and ultimately prevention of cancer. In addition to being an actress: Allaire teaches Yoga, is a La Leche League Leader helping mothers to breastfeed and thus promoting breast health. The play, "Purple Breasts" is dedicated to the memory of Daryl Lindstrom, the original creator, director and inspiration of this piece. (The title refers to the ink marks received during radiation treatment.)

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Formerly Honorary Mayor of the Lakes Community, Allaire is passionate about our planet and body-mind-emotional-spiritual wellness. She is a graduate of Stanford University and has a MFA from San Jose State University.

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Remembering Paul Koslo 1944-2019

Paul Koslo, born Manfred Koslowski during World War II in Germany on the 27th of June, 1944, became an actor, husband, father, director, producer, mentor, co-founder of The MET Theatre in Hollywood and the owner of the historic, iconic Rock Inn, in Lake Hughes, California, since 1973.

The family of Paul Koslo is deeply saddened to write that he died Wednesday, January 9, 2019, at home in Lake Hughes, California, at the age of 74 from pancreatic cancer. Paul leaves behind his daughter, Chloe, his wife, Allaire, sister Karin, brother Georg, nephews, nieces, cousins, a very loving extended family and a wonderful body of work as an actor.

Paul Koslo Dies: Veteran Character Actor Was 74
Deadline Hollywood

Paul Koslo, Actor in 'The Omega Man' and 'The Stone Killer'
The Hollywood Reporter

Paul Koslo, veteran actor and Lake Hughes resident, dies
Antelope Valley Press

updated: 2024 January 19