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Al Dubois

Al Dubois was born as Alan Claude Dubois. He is an actor, known for Upside Down (2012), Pawn Sacrifice (2014) and The Aviator (2004). See full bio »
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Upside Down
Upside Down Newscaster
Pawn Sacrifice
Pawn Sacrifice NBC Reporter
The Aviator
The Aviator Pan Am Executive #1
The Peacekeeper
The Peacekeeper NNN Reporter


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 2015 The Art of More (TV Series)
Team Owner
- The Name of the Game (2015) ... Team Owner
 2014 Pawn Sacrifice
NBC Reporter
 2013 The Horse Latitudes (Short)
 2012 Born & Raised
Mr. Brownlee
 2012/I Upside Down
 2009 The Phantom (TV Mini-Series)
TV Anchor
- Episode #1.2 (2009) ... TV Anchor
- Episode #1.1 (2009) ... TV Anchor
 2006 10.5: Apocalypse (TV Mini-Series)
Anchor #3
- Episode #1.2 (2006) ... Anchor #3
- Episode #1.1 (2006) ... Anchor #3
 2005 Deadly Isolation (TV Movie)
 2004 The Aviator
Pan Am Executive #1
 2003 Student Seduction (TV Movie)
Harold Lang
 2001 Dead Awake
Reporter Morton
 2000 Emily of New Moon (TV Series)
Mortimer Haszard
- A Bill of Divorcement (2000) ... Mortimer Haszard
 2000 Stardom
 1998 The Hunger (TV Series)
- The Lighthouse (1998) ... Weatherman
 1998 The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo (TV Series)
TV Newscaster
- The Jinxed Campaign Mystery (1998) ... TV Newscaster
 1997 Windsor Protocol (TV Movie)
Washington Reporter No 1
 1997 The Peacekeeper
NNN Reporter
 1982 Satanic Question (Short)
 1982 The Politics of Persuasion (Short)
Narrator (voice)
Show Show Self (5 credits)

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TV commercial for Ensure - Actor

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