known for his roles as Hoban "Wash" Washburne in the space western television series Firefly and movie Serenity, Alpha in the science fiction TV series Dollhouse, Tucker Mc Gee in Tucker & Dale vs.
Now Tudyk is playing another memorable supporting part in IFC Midnight’s Premature, which debuted at SXSW. Club: A tragic figure in a movie that’s about premature ejaculation. When I read the script, I remember the first page where it says “1462, Fields in England”—we weren’t in England. It just sets up this medieval thing, this whole medieval world—and then it says, “The first notes of Queen’s ‘We Will Rock You’ are heard.” And I went: “What is that? AVC: It must have been a fun experience, shooting that film. The first play I ever did, in 1996, which got me my start, seems like the appropriate first job. Wigs and dresses and then a big fat suit, because I’m the guy named Blue, [Adopts surfer voice.] who lost his thumbs in a wave accident and I make my own furniture, and it just went on and on throughout the play. I sort of stumbled into it in a summer reading, and they held on to me throughout the process. The play did okay, but it really got my foot in the door. It’s an acting award they give out every year to two people, one female and one male, for their New York stage debut. I just did this little film in Australia called Oddball, and there was a little girl in it named Coco [Coco Jack Gillies]. “It was weird.” All the different things I had done. AT: The great thing about voice-acting is it isn’t animated yet. There’s a scene where I say, “Go find the princess. You can do anything your brain comes up with, which is pretty fun. AVC: Well, that’s going to be very exciting for your fans. He’s a smartass who wants to live his life, enjoy his wife, and in the situation where everybody’s saying, “Let’s go in and kill him,” I’m the guy going, “Why is killing even on the table? Because that seems to be unnecessary.” I would be that guy. He set that up to have the biggest effect on the audience. Sadly, a leaf on the wind—I just thought about this the other day—a leaf on the wind is dead. People focus on that and how strange it is, and there are still people who have the old idea of geeks living in their mothers’ basements and things like that. Where else in the world is there little or no judgment with how you want to be perceived, how you want to be? Initially, when I started going to these things, I thought that the fans would be somewhat odd—but really they’re the most beautiful part of the convention. He’s going to be back because he’s coming in with a truck or something or whatever he did. Definitely in movies—it’s as much of a sure thing as you can have in movies.
Alan Tudyk is currently married to Charissa Barton.
He has been in two celebrity relationships averaging less than one year each.
He is none other than the multitalented Alan Wray Tudyk.
He was born in the year 1971 on 16th march and this makes his age 44 at this time.