Birth Name: Alan Tudyk
Birth Place: El Paso, Texas, USA
An early theater credit that proved Tudyk's versatility and drew on the fast paced skills he had honed as an improv actor was his work in "Bunny Bunny--Gilda Radner: A Sort of Romantic Comedy." Here he starred with Bruno Kirby and Paula Cale, playing every supporting player in each scene. He took this most unusual role from its Philadelphia debut in 1996 to New York City in 1997. That same year he was featured in two productions of works by legendary playwright George Bernard Shaw, co-starring in "Misalliance" at New York's Roundabout Theater and "Candida" at The Yale Rep. Both of these turns earned the actor good reviews, and raised his stage profile. The big screen began to beckon Tudyk, w...
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