Alan appears in The Glass House's "Best of" special.
Alan is often credited as one of the writers for the program Spicks and Specks.
Alan's partner is theatrical agent, Helen Townshend.
Alan jokes that he's New Zealand's best-know transvestite. He appeared in a popular butter commercial as "the wicked Marge," a personification of margarine.
Alan appears as 1/3 of the Tough Love with Mick Molloy show on the Triple M radio network.
Alan sang backup vocals for the New Zealand band Hallelujah Picassos on their song 'Homegirl' in 1994.
In 2000, Alan received a Barry Award nomination for his Melbourne International Comedy Festival show Interrogation, which he performed with comedian Greg Fleet.
Alan was the first guest on the first episode of Rove, which was the short-lived Nine Network version of Rove McManus' Rove Live.
Alan was raised in a fairly strict Catholic family.
Alan directed Australian comedy trio Tripod in two stage musicals: The Adventures of Tosswinkle the Pirate and Lady Robots.
Alan's zodiac star sign is Sagittarius.
Alan is 6'4" tall.
Alan writes a sort-of-weekly blog on the Spicks and Specks official webpage.