Alan Madlane

Alan Madlane

Acting Teacher, Actor, Casting Director, Comedian, Creative Executive, Director, Fight Director, Film/theatre Journalist, Filmmaker, Host/presenter, Location Scout, Manager, Marketing/pr, Music Composer, Musician, Narrator, Performance Coach, Photographer (Still), Playwright, Researcher, Screenwriter, Script Consultant, Script Supervisor, Singer, Songwriter, Stage Director, Stage Manager, Talent Scout, Voice Actor and Voice Artist

Detroit, Michigan

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About Alan

Actor, writer, musician with 35 years' experience. Proud member of SAG-AFTRA since December 2014. I offer diverse character acting with an affinity for accents across a broad range of genres. Hosting, voice work, script generation or doctoring, location scouting, coaching and directing are some of my most developed skills.

Credits

  • Beyond the Mask

    Beyond the Mask (2015)
    Film by Chad Burns (Action and Drama) Actor The chief mercenary for the British East India Company, being double crossed by his former employer, has made his way to the American Colonies. Working to redeem his name, William Reynolds (Andrew Cheney) now hides behind a different mask in hopes of thwarting his former employer. As his past life closes in on him, Will must somehow gain the trust and the help of his beloved Charlotte, a woman he has been lying to, as well as a colonial intellectual by the name of Ben Franklin. All the while he races against time to defuse a plot that could have devastating effect on the birth of a new nation. Written by Matt Smith

  • Train Station

    Train Station (2015)
    Film by Ryan Bajornas (Crime, Drama and Thriller) Actor "Train Station" follows a character known only as "Person in Brown" after he/she misses a train. From there, the directors take Brown on a fantastical journey and throughout it illustrate the infinite possibilities that exist when a single event interrupts a person's timeline. Each decision Brown makes leads to a different scenario, each one told by a different director. A record number of directors from every part of the world worked together over the internet to outline, write and create the film. Over 40 actors and actress, of various ages, races and backgrounds play the single character. Every time "Person in Brown" makes a new choice, we cut to a new city and follow a new actor, but the story continues on.

  • Malignant Separation

    Malignant Separation (2014)
    Film (short) by Tony Jacobs (Crime) Actor Malignant Separation is a Neo-Noir tale of bad versus evil when a Detroit crime-lord turns vigilante in order to restore peace in his city.

  • Downriver

    Downriver (2013)
    Film (short) by Billy Jackson (Comedy, Drama and Family) Actor In the wake of his fathers sudden death, sixteen year old Alex is taken from his comfortable suburban home and thrust into the care of his estranged sister, Crystal, in a very different kind of neighborhood. There, he must learn to get along with Crystal, her hyperactive son, and her live in boyfriend in order to build a new home in Downriver. Written by Anonymous

  • Eddie's Casket Shop

    Eddie's Casket Shop (2011)
    Film (short) by Mike N. Kelly (Comedy) Actor Fast Eddie has found that there is more than one way to sell a casket, but with the employment of his stoner hearse driver, and his rage-aholic salesman, it's amazing anything gets sold at all

  • Answer This!

    Answer This! (2011)
    Film by Christopher Farah (Comedy) Actor A brilliant trivia whiz, Paul Tarson (Christopher Gorham) is great at answering life's little questions, but horrible at answering the big ones. Now he and his friends will finally get a shot at beer, women and nerdy redemption when they enter the biggest challenge of their lives, a citywide pub trivia tournament. But when Paul falls for one of his students he'll find out that the little things are bigger than he bargained for and will have to make the biggest adult decision of his life! Written by Elizabeth Obermeier, Marketing Manager

  • The Man Who Collected Food

    The Man Who Collected Food (2010)
    Film by Matthew Roth (Comedy and Horror) Actor Miguel Appet is a serious collector. He must have the color variants, the rarities, the 1950s originals: every food he can find, and keep, in mint condition. No one but his overbearing mother knows that his home, tucked in the quiet suburb of Cibuston, has become a massive museum to comestibles. His neighbors to the right, dad Horace and son Eustice, don't notice a thing as they plot their next deer hunt (in matching lumberjack plaid). His neighbor to the left, Kelvin Green, is too busy searching for the alien he's sure attacked him once. And Miguel eats...people. He has to, since eating his precious food is not an option. However, being a cannibal is not as easy as it seems, especially when you have a collection of food to take care of. Written by Jamie Kiffel-Alcheh

  • Magic Mentah

    Magic Mentah (2009)
    Film by John Higbie (Sci-Fi) Actor

  • P.I. Blues

    P.I. Blues (2003)
    Film by Jim Dudek (Comedy and Crime) Actor An exotic pet store manager, whose a bumbling 'wanna-be' private eye, masquerades as a real private detective to help the poster pinup beauty, "Miss Power Tool", find her missing brother. Comedy ensues as they try to outwit Russian gangsters, the police and other strange characters. Although the movie takes place in the present, it's reminiscent of the studio detective movies of the 1940's. Written by Anonymous

  • Wendigo

    Wendigo (1995)
    Film by Tom Chaney (Comedy and Horror) Actor A duo of gun happy redneck hunters stupidly break a sacred circle in a hunting spree, which releases the deadly wendigo. The wendigo kills many of the hunters gruesomely, leaving the chosen woman and a gun toting idiot to destroy the deadly beast. Written by Zack Fien <lennon@execpc.com>

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