Alan married actress Marg Helgenberger on September 9, 1989. Alan and Marg are the parents of Hugh Howard Rosenberg, who was born on October 21, 1990.
Previously married to actress Robin Bartlett.
Marg Helgenberger: (on meeting her husband Alan at a bank in Los Angles) I opened an account and a relationship.
When Alan was on The Guardian, the The Los Angles Times dubbed him "the thinking woman's sex symbol".
In 2002, Alan and his wife Marg appeared in the play Love Letters for one night to raise money for West L.A. congregation Adat Shalom.
He appeared on Broadway in Lost in Yonkers as Louie.
Alan attended the Yale School of Drama for graduate school. He dropped out partway through his second year after having his heart broken by fellow classmate Meryl Streep.
Alan attended undergrad at Case Western Reserve University.
Alan was the State Backgammon Champion of New York in 1982.
Alan's wife, Marg Helgenberger, has stated that they eloped because it was easier as she is Catholic and he is Jewish.
Marg Helgenberger: (during the introduction to the 2007 SAG awards, which Alan is the president of) Some of my most cherished moments in this business have been conversations that I've had with my fellow actors on the set between takes. These conversations can happen anywhere, sometimes, sitting on a bed, in a skanky fictitious motel room. In fact, that's how I met my husband, president of the Screen Actors Guild. I'm Marg Helgenberger and I'm an actor.
Alan's son Hugh Rosenberg was born on October 21, 1990. He's named after Marg's father.
Alan and his wife Marg Helgenberger have shared the screen together many times. They meet while filming Ryan's Hope. In the 1989 horror movie After Midnight Alan played a man trying to kill Marg's characture. Alan has also guest starred twice on CSI.
Alan met his 2nd wife, actress Marg Helgenberger, while they were appearing in Ryan's Hope. Alan was married at the time to actress Robin Bartlett but they divorced. In 1989 Alan and Marg married. They share one child together.
Alan was a member of the Black Panthers and was an active protestor of the Vietnam War in the 1960s.
He played the character, divorce lawyer Eli Levinson in the courtroom series "Civil Wars" as well as LA Law.
Was elected as President for the Screen Actor Guild in September 2005.
Alan: Almost every character I've played in the past decade has been a Jewish guy with a three-letter name.
Alan: (on first seeing Marg Helgenberger) I thought she was the most beautiful woman I'd ever seen. And really talented.
Alan: (on earning his Actor's Equity card) It was one of the proudest moments of my life.
Alan: I came of age in the '60s. I fell in love with acting and became politically active simultaneously. I am passionate about the need for social and political change and believe our art can help transform the world. I learned back then that large groups of people could achieve amazing things when bound together by a just cause. I also learned that you have to be bold in standing up for what you believe in.
Alan: (on winning president of the SAG) I am honored that the members of this great union have placed their confidence in me. I ran a campaign that offered a simple and straightforward promise - I will fight like hell to get actors their fair share.
Alan: (talking about when he met his wife, Marg Helgenberger) She inspired me to dream again.