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A native of New Orleans, Alan began his entertainment career as a comedian before acting in "bad dinner theatre". After tiring of bad roles and worse rolls, he returned to the stand up circuit. His dry humor and fashionable wardrobe made him one of the most sought after opening acts in the business. Although he opened for acts including Melissa ... See full bio »

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Snatched Producer
Dirty Movie
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Another Dirty Movie


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  Remember Isobel (executive producer) (post-production)
 2016 The Harrow (executive producer)
 2012 Another Dirty Movie (producer)
 2011 Snatched (producer)
 2011 The Legend of Awesomest Maximus (executive producer)
 2011 Dirty Movie (producer)
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 2017 Hickok (post-production)
 2013 Santorini Blue
1st A.D. on film set
 2012 Another Dirty Movie
God and bartender
 2011 Dirty Movie
 2008/II Cowboy (Short)
 1991 JFK
Reporter (uncredited)
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 2011 Snatched (screenplay) / (writer)
 2011 Dirty Movie (written by)
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 2010 Trooper (the producers wish to thank)

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Author of the best selling book, Patron Saints: How the Saints Gave New Orleans a Reason To Believe.


6' 2" (1.88 m)

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Life's a bitch, then you write about it.


Once promoted Oscar Dela Hoya and Roy Jones, Jr double header boxing event in a tent in Mississippi. The fight was De la Hoya's first on HBO and was the highest grossing fight in the state's history up to that time. Air conditioning was pumped in and a construction crane was parked behind the tent to hold the massive lighting grid required by the network. See more »


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