Alan was born in Pittsburgh, PA. His father moved
his family to Baytown, Texas when he was five. He
grew up there and was captain of the Robert E.
Lee high school football team, played the string
bass in the Texas All-State orchestra, was one of
the top debators in the country, was student council
president and the salutatorian of his graduating
Alan went to Rice University on a football
scholarship to become a lawyer but ended up
graduating with a B.A. in vocal performance. Alan
had a music ministry where he sang all over the
world for different religious events and functions.
He sang at the nation prayer breakfast for
President Bush Sr. and years later at the White
House for President Clinton. After graduating from
Rice, he sang on a cruise ship for eight months
before deciding to move to New York.
After only three months in New York Alan landed
his first role on Broadway.
Since then Alan has been seen and heard all over
the world. Of all his roles, however, his favorite is
that of Uncle to his twin nephews Alan and Aaron.