More Alan Tudyk Bios & Profiles
Biography #2 (for Dodgeball)Alan Tudyk has had leading stage roles in off-beat productions as well as scene-stealing supporting turns in film. In 2002, he starred as Wash in Fox's Firefly, a science fiction-western fantasy set in space. He reprises the role in a new feature film, Serenity, based on the series.
On the big screen, Tudyk starred as the soft-spoken and kind voice of Sonny in I, Robot in addition to providing several of the voices in the animated feature film Ice Age. He recently completed the independent feature film Ralph's Club. Tudyk's other film roles include Sir William's squire, Wat, in A Knight's Tale opposite Heath Ledger; the cocaine-addicted German stripper Gerhardt in 28 Days, opposite Sandra Bullock; and Monte Man in Hearts in Atlantis, opposite Anthony Hopkins. His
After attending the Juilliard School, Tudyk appeared in several regional and offBroadway productions before making his Broadway debut in Jerry Zak's play Epic Proportions with Kristin Chenoweth. Other stage work includes The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told, Oedipus Rex, Misalliance, Much Ado About Nothing, A Midsummer Night's Dream and Bunny Bunny, for which he received both the Clarence Derwent and Drama League Awards for Best New York Debut of 1997.
Bio courtesy Fox for "Dodgeball" (17-Jun-2004)
Biography #3Alan Tudyk most recently appeared on Broadway in Jerry Zaks' play Epic Proportions, opposite Kristin Chenoweth.
Tudyk recently appeared in Wonder Boys, directed by Curtis Hanson and starring Michael Douglas. His other film credits include Patch Adams, opposite Robin Williams, and 35 Miles to Normal, directed by Mark Schwahn. He next stars in A Knight's Tale, directed by Brian Helgeland, opposite Heath Ledger.
Tudyk has appeared on stage in The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told, Oedipus Rex, Misalliance, Much Ado About Nothing, A Midsummer Night's Dream and Bunny Bunny, for which he received the Clarence Derwent and Drama League Awards for best New York debut in 1997.
Early in his career, Tudyk founded and performed with the New York City comedy improv troupe Court Jesters. He was also a founding member of the Dallas improv troupe Rubber Chicken Stand-Up.
Bio courtesy Sony Pictures Entertainment (01-Jan-2000)