Alan Tudyk has appeared in the films Transformers: Dark of the Moon, 42, Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, and Trumbo.
36 Facts About Alan Tudyk
Alan Tudyk reprised the role in the 2005 continuation film Serenity based on the events of the final episode of the series.
Alan Tudyk was born in El Paso, Texas, the son of Betty Loyce and Timothy Nicholas Alan Tudyk.
Alan Tudyk is of Polish, German, French and English ancestry.
Alan Tudyk was raised in Plano, Texas, a suburb of Dallas, where he attended Plano Senior High School.
Alan Tudyk had a brief experience as a stand-up comic before quitting after an angry audience member threatened to kill him.
Alan Tudyk studied drama at the Methodist-affiliated Lon Morris College in Jacksonville, Texas, where he won the Academic Excellence award for drama.
Alan Tudyk entered Juilliard but left in 1996 before earning a degree.
Alan Tudyk said of the role, that a doctor had given him a shot of adrenaline prior to filming as he had an allergic reaction to food the night before and his windpipe was closing up.
In 2000, Alan Tudyk played a gay German drug addict in 28 Days opposite Sandra Bullock.
Alan Tudyk played Wat in A Knight's Tale, Steve the Pirate in Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story and the emotional robot Sonny in I, Robot.
In 2007, Alan Tudyk had a supporting role as a strong-willed doctor in the western film 3:10 to Yuma.
Alan Tudyk had a brief but memorable role in the film Knocked Up and a highly physical comedic performance in the British film Death at a Funeral.
Alan Tudyk reprised his role as Dutch for the film Transformers: Dark of the Moon.
In 2012, Tudyk played Stephen A Douglas in Timur Bekmambetov's film Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.
Alan Tudyk played Ben Chapman in the 2013 film 42 about Jackie Robinson.
In 2012, Alan Tudyk voiced King Candy in the animated film Wreck-It Ralph, winning the Annie Award for Voice Acting.
Alan Tudyk voiced the Duke of Weselton in Frozen, Alistair Krei in Big Hero 6, Duke Weaselton in Zootopia, Heihei in Moana, KnowsMore in the Wreck-It Ralph sequel Ralph Breaks the Internet, Tuk Tuk and Pico the toucan in the 2021 films Raya and the Last Dragon and Encanto, respectively, and Duffle in Strange World.
Additionally, in 2016, Alan Tudyk played the droid K-2SO in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, and provided the voice of the parrot, Iago in the 2019 live-action adaptation of Aladdin.
Alan Tudyk played Noel in Chris Blake's quarantine comedy film Distancing Socially, which was filmed remotely at the height of the pandemic using iPhone 11.
Alan Tudyk made his Broadway debut for Epic Proportions in 1999.
Alan Tudyk was in Wonder of the World, The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told, Misalliance, Oedipus and Bunny Bunny.
Alan Tudyk filled in for Hank Azaria's roles in Spamalot from June to December 2005, and starred in a limited run of Prelude to a Kiss.
The series ran for one season, and Universal Studios purchased the rights to make a film, Serenity, and Alan Tudyk reprised his role.
Alan Tudyk did a few voices from Make Way for Noddy.
In 2014, Alan Tudyk took over the role of lead anchor on the live action adult swim comedy, Newsreaders.
Alan Tudyk appeared as the cult leader, Father, in a two-part episode of Strangers With Candy entitled "Blank Stare".
Alan Tudyk was cast as a special guest star in Joss Whedon's Dollhouse.
Tudyk guest-starred in three episodes of ABC's modern remake of the television miniseries V Tudyk provided the voice of superhero Green Arrow and villain Psimon in the animated series Young Justice.
Alan Tudyk co-starred in the ABC comedy series Suburgatory as Noah Werner, a dentist from the city, who moves to the suburbs.
Alan Tudyk voiced Debbie the prostitute in season 3 of The Life and Times of Tim.
Alan Tudyk provided the voices of Ludo Avarius and King River Butterfly in the Disney animated series Star vs the Forces of Evil.
Alan Tudyk was a main cast member of the DC Comics-based show Powerless.
Alan Tudyk is set to voice Optimus Prime in the upcoming Transformers: EarthSpark animated series.
Alan Tudyk voiced an unnamed marine in Halo 3 and the squad's elite trooper in Halo 3: ODST.
Alan Tudyk voiced Green Arrow in Injustice: Gods Among Us and Injustice 2.