Alan Michael Ritchson was born on November 28,1982 and is an American actor, model, singer, songwriter and producer.
24 Facts About Alan Ritchson
Alan Ritchson headlined the SyFy action series Blood Drive.
Alan Ritchson left Titans in 2021 and, in 2022, began portraying the title character on the Amazon Prime Video series Reacher.
Outside of television, Alan Ritchson played Raphael in the 2014 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot and its 2016 sequel, along with appearing in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
Alan Ritchson made his directorial debut and co-starred in the action-comedy Dark Web: Cicada 3301.
Alan Ritchson was born on November 28,1982, in Grand Forks, North Dakota.
Alan Ritchson is the son of Vickie Ritchson, a high school teacher and David Ritchson, a retired US Air Force chief master sergeant.
Alan Ritchson attended Niceville High School and graduated in 2001.
Alan Ritchson was a member of the Fine Arts division's Soundsations and Madrigal Singers.
Alan Ritchson first came to the attention of the public in 2004 when he appeared on American Idol as one of the top 87 contestants in the third season before being cut in Hollywood.
Alan Ritchson reprised his role as Aquaman in the final season.
Alan Ritchson made an appearance on CSI: Miami, in which he played a dead victim in episode 19 of season 8.
Alan Ritchson stayed on the show until it was cancelled after its third season in February 2012.
Alan Ritchson appeared in a number of television shows, including Hawaii Five-0.
Producers decided to reduce the number of characters and Alan Ritchson was written out of the series.
In 2020, Alan Ritchson was announced to be portraying Jack Reacher in an eponymous series on Amazon Prime.
Alan Ritchson portrayed Gloss, a tribute in the 75th Hunger Games, in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
Alan Ritchson portrayed Raphael in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, a reboot to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film series after the four previous films.
Alan Ritchson returned to his role as Thad Castle in the Blue Mountain State movie, Blue Mountain State: The Rise of Thadland.
Alan Ritchson played a medium role in The Wedding Ringer.
In 2018, Alan Ritchson was announced as the director, co-writer, and producer of Dark Web: Cicada 3301, a comedy-thriller film inspired by the eponymous organization.
Alan Ritchson appears in a web series entitled, Enormous Friends with his Blue Mountain State co-star, Rob Ramsay.
Alan Ritchson has spoken openly about his struggles with bipolar disorder.