Originally from California, Alan M. Wong found his passion for entertainment while acting on stage at an early age. Many years later, he landed in the heart of Los Angeles, building a career both as an actor and entertainer. An alum of the Occidental College Theatre Department and Broadway by The Bay Musical Theatre Conservatory, Alan has had the honor of training under a myriad of incredible and influential educators and artistic minds. After graduation, his pursuit of a film/television acting career began quickly. Alan has been seen in work at the VC Film Festival 2007, on the Disney Channel in "Hannah Montana", and in various spots and commercials on ABC, FOX, and CBS.
Despite exploring opportunities in Film/TV, Alan remains completely addicted to the theatre and has been unable to quit the love he found for acting on stage. His past work has been seen in productions of "The Mikado" as Pooh-Bah, "You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown" as Snoopy, "Candide", and "Tonight We Improvise!" After relocating his career to Hong Kong, Alan starred in the Asian premier of "Yellow Face", American playwright David Henry Hwang’s Obie award winning play on mistaken racial identity.
Alan’s hosting career began in 2008, when he was asked to Emcee a Debuataunte’s Ball at the Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles. He went on to professionally host over 15 more galas and events over the next 5 years, working on such shows as America’s Celestial Beauties Pageant 2009 & 2010, Reflections XX, and the Gala events for AIREEC 2011, and MIPIM Asia 2012.
Currently, Alan has relocated to Singapore and is starring in an upcoming Pangdemonium theater production.