Alan Wray Tudyk (/ˈtjdɪk/ TWO-dik;[1] born March 16, 1971)[2][3] is an American actor. His film work includes roles in 28 Days (2000), A Knight's Tale (2001), Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story (2004), Resident Alien (2021-present), voice and motion capture for Sonny in I, Robot (2004), and 3:10 to Yuma (2007). He starred in the black comedy horror film Tucker & Dale vs. Evil (2010). Tudyk has also appeared in the films, Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011), 42 (2013), Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials (2015) and Trumbo (2015). He has voiced characters in every Walt Disney Animation Studios film since 2012.

Alan Tudyk
Tudyk at the 2017 San Diego Comic Con
Born
Alan Wray Tudyk

(1971-03-16) March 16, 1971 (age 53)
EducationLon Morris College
Juilliard School
OccupationActor
Years active1997–present
Spouse
Charissa Barton
(m. 2016)

Tudyk is known for television roles, such as Wash on the space Western drama series Firefly (2002–2003). The show ran for one season and developed a cult following after the series aired.[4] He reprised the role in the 2005 continuation film Serenity expanding on the events of the final episode of the series. His other roles include the 2007 English black comedy film Death at a Funeral, the sitcom Arrested Development (2005, 2013, 2019), the science fiction series Dollhouse (2009–2010), superhero animated series Young Justice (2010–2013, 2019), and various Voices on the animated series American Dad! (2011–present). Tudyk played Dr. Noah Werner on the sitcom Suburgatory (2011–2014). He also starred in the comedy series Newsreaders (2014–2015), the animated series Star vs. the Forces of Evil (2015–2019), voiced Dangerboat in the series The Tick (2017–2019), played K-2SO in the 2016 film Rogue One, and Eric Morden / Mr. Nobody on the series Doom Patrol (2019).

Since 2019, Tudyk has voiced The Joker and Clayface in the series Harley Quinn. Tudyk currently plays Dr. Harry Vanderspeigle in the science fiction comedy series Resident Alien, and voices Optimus Prime in the animated series Transformers: EarthSpark.

Early life edit

Tudyk was born in El Paso, Texas, the son of Betty Loyce (née Wiley) and Timothy Nicholas Tudyk. He is of Polish ancestry.[5][6] Tudyk was raised in Plano, Texas, a suburb of Dallas,[7] where he attended Plano Senior High School.[citation needed] He had a brief experience as a stand-up comic before quitting after an angry audience member threatened to kill him.[8] Tudyk studied drama at the Methodist-affiliated Lon Morris College in Jacksonville, Texas, where he won the Academic Excellence award for drama. While in college, he played Beaver Smith in an eastern New Mexico summer stock theater production of Billy the Kid. Tudyk entered Juilliard but left in 1996 before earning a degree.

Career edit

 
Tudyk at the 2005 Serenity Flanvention

Film edit

Tudyk's film debut was in 1997 in Mark Schwahn's independent drama film 35 Miles from Normal.[9] A year later, he had a minor role in the biographical comedy-drama Patch Adams with Robin Williams where he played patient Everton. 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.[10] In 2000, Tudyk played a gay German drug addict in 28 Days opposite Sandra Bullock.[11] He 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 2005, he reprised his role as the playful, easy-going Hoban "Wash" Washburne in the film Serenity, derived from the television series Firefly by Joss Whedon.[12]

In 2007, Tudyk had a supporting role as a strong-willed doctor in the western film 3:10 to Yuma. He 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. Tudyk played Tucker in the indie horror comedy Tucker & Dale vs Evil.[13] He reprised his role as Dutch for the film Transformers: Dark of the Moon.[14][11] In Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked, he voiced Simone (a reckless French accent speaking Chipmunk, the result after Simon was bitten by a spider). In 2012, Tudyk played Stephen A. Douglas in Timur Bekmambetov's film Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.[15] He played Ben Chapman in the 2013 film 42 about Jackie Robinson.

In 2012, Tudyk voiced King Candy in the animated film Wreck-It Ralph, winning the Annie Award for Voice Acting. As of 2023, he has lent his voice to every Walt Disney Animation Studios film since.[16] He voiced the Duke of Weselton in Frozen, Alistair Krei in Big Hero 6, Duke Weaselton in Zootopia,[17] 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[18] and Encanto,[19] respectively, Duffle in Strange World, and Valentino in Wish. Additionally, in 2016, Tudyk played the droid K-2SO in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, and provided the voice of the parrot, Iago (originally voiced by Gilbert Gottfried) in the 2019 live-action adaptation of Aladdin.[20]

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. It was acquired and released by Cinedigm in October 2021.[21] He played Mr. Darling in the fantasy adventure film Peter Pan & Wendy. It debuted on Disney+ in 2023.[22]

Broadway edit

Tudyk made his Broadway debut for Epic Proportions in 1999. He was also in Wonder of the World, The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told, Misalliance, Oedipus and Bunny Bunny.[23] 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.

Television edit

 
Tudyk at the Man of Steel premiere in June 2013

One of his better-known roles is the playful, easy-going Hoban "Wash" Washburne in the 2002 television series Firefly by Joss Whedon.[12][4] The series ran for one season, and Universal Studios purchased the rights to make a film, Serenity, and Tudyk reprised his role. He did a few voices from Make Way for Noddy.[24] In 2014, Tudyk took over the role of lead anchor on the live-action adult swim comedy, Newsreaders. Tudyk appeared as the cult leader, Father, in a two-part episode of Strangers With Candy entitled "Blank Stare". Among several guest spots on popular shows such as Arrested Development, he played a convicted child sex offender on a popular episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. Tudyk was cast as a special guest star in Joss Whedon's Dollhouse.[7] The show featured people whose personalities had been erased, with Tudyk portraying Alpha, a former "active" who accidentally downloaded 48 separate personalities. Alpha served as the main antagonist of the series' first season, with guest appearances in the show's second season. Tudyk also 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.[25] He also co-starred in the ABC comedy series Suburgatory as Noah Werner, a dentist from the city, who moves to the suburbs.[26] Tudyk voiced Debbie the prostitute in season 3 of The Life and Times of Tim. He also provided the voices of Ludo Avarius and King River Butterfly in the Disney animated series Star vs the Forces of Evil.

 
Tudyk in July 2012

In 2015, he released his own web series Con Man based loosely upon his experiences touring the convention circuit after the cancellation of Firefly.[27] He was a main cast member of the DC Comics-based show Powerless.

In 2017, season 2 of Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency saw Tudyk in the role of Mr. Priest, a somewhat rogue Blackwing operative who is on familiar terms with Dirk, Bart and the Rowdy 3. Tudyk then later returned to the Transformers franchise by voicing Optimus Prime in the EarthSpark animated series.[28]

Video games edit

Tudyk voiced an unnamed marine in Halo 3 and the squad's elite trooper in Halo 3: ODST. He, Nathan Fillion and Adam Baldwin gave their likenesses to each character similar to Firefly. Tudyk then reprised his role as Green Arrow in Injustice: Gods Among Us and Injustice 2.

Personal life edit

Tudyk and choreographer Charissa Barton became engaged in December 2015.[29] They married on September 24, 2016.[30]

Filmography edit

Film edit

Year Title Role Notes
1997 35 Miles from Normal Trevor
1998 Patch Adams Everton
2000 28 Days Gerhardt
Wonder Boys Traxler
2001 A Knight's Tale Wat
Hearts in Atlantis Monte Man
2002 Ice Age Lenny / Dab / Freaky Mammal Voice[31]
2004 Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story Steve the Pirate
I, Robot Sonny [31]
Meet Market Danny
2005 Rx Pepe
Serenity Hoban "Wash" Washburne
2006 Ice Age: The Meltdown Cholly Voice[31]
Done the Impossible Himself Documentary
2007 Death at a Funeral Simon
Knocked Up Jack
3:10 to Yuma Doc Potter
2009 Astro Boy Mr. Squeegee / Scrapheap Head / Stinger Two Voice[31]
Bed Ridden Detective Kurt Short film
The Ballad of G.I. Joe Shipwreck Short film
2010 Tucker & Dale vs. Evil Tucker
Beautiful Boy Eric
2011 Transformers: Dark of the Moon Dutch [11]
Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked Simone Voice[31]
Conception Mark
2012 Strange Frame Chat Voice[31]
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter Stephen A. Douglas Uncredited cameo
Ice Age: Continental Drift Milton / Hunky Siren Voice[31]
Wreck-It Ralph Turbo / King Candy Voice[31]
Browncoats Unite: Firefly 10th Anniversary Special Himself Documentary
2013 42 Ben Chapman
Frozen Duke of Weselton Voice[31]
2014 Premature Jack Roth
Justice League: War Clark Kent / Superman Voice; direct-to-video[31]
Big Hero 6 Alistair Krei Voice[31]
Tell Morton
Welcome to Me Ted Thurber
Son of a Barman Bill Snyder Short film
2015 Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials Blondie
Trumbo Ian McLellan Hunter
Oddball Bradley Slater
2016 Zootopia Duke Weaselton Voice[31]
Shangri-La Suite Dr. Sanborn
Moana Heihei, Villager #3 Voice[31]
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story K-2SO [31]
2018 Deadpool 2 Luke - Redneck #1 [32]
Ralph Breaks the Internet KnowsMore Voice[31]
2019 Aladdin Iago Voice[31][33]
Frozen II Guard, Northuldra Leader, Arendellian Soldier Voice[31]
2020 Eat Wheaties! Dave Lambert
2021 Raya and the Last Dragon Tuk Tuk Voice[31]
Playing God Ben
Encanto Pico Voice[31]
Distancing Socially Noel
2022 Disenchanted Scroll Voice
Strange World Duffle, Radio Host Voice[31]
2023 Peter Pan & Wendy Mr. Darling
Once Upon a Studio Mad Hatter Voice, short film[31]
The Trouble with Jessica Tom
Wish Valentino Voice
Key
Denotes films that have not yet been released

Television edit

Year Title Role Notes
2000 Strangers with Candy Father 2 episodes
Frasier Todd Peterson Episode: "The Great Crane Robbery"
2002–2003 Firefly Hoban "Wash" Washburne Main role
2005, 2013, 2019 Arrested Development Pastor Terry Veal 5 episodes
2005 Into the West Nathan Wheeler Episode: "Wheel to the Stars"
2006 Capitol Law Walker Eliot Television film
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Carl Fisher Episode: "Burn Out"
2008 Fourplay Drew Television film
Play or Be Played Charlie Television film
2009 James Gunn's PG Porn Bob Episode: "High Poon"
V Dale Maddox 3 episodes
2009–2010 Dollhouse Alpha / Stephen Kepler 4 episodes
Glenn Martin, DDS Additional Voices 5 episodes
2010 The Rockford Files Detective Dennis Becker Television film
2010, 2011 Batman: The Brave and the Bold Barry Allen / The Flash Voice; 2 episodes[31]
2010–2013, 2019 Young Justice Green Arrow, Psimon, Captain Cold Voice; 11 episodes[31]
2011–2020 Robot Chicken Various voices 4 episodes
2011, 2013,
2016–present
American Dad! Dr. Kalgary, Mr. Capalini, Additional Voices Voice; 25 episodes
2011 Family Guy German Pilot Voice; episode "German Guy"
2011–2012 The Life & Times of Tim Rodrigo, Arthur, Debbie Voice; 3 episodes
2011 Good Vibes Lonnie Voice; main role
2011–2014 Suburgatory Dr. Noah Werner Voice; main role
2012 Phineas & Ferb Additional Voices Voice; episode: "Sipping with the Enemy/Tri-State Treasure: Boot of Secrets"
Napoleon Dynamite Officer Elwood Voice; episode: "Ligertown"[31]
NTSF:SD:SUV:: Sven Episode: "The Real Bicycle Thief"
Robot and Monster Crazy Cousin Gizmo Voice; episode: "The Party"[31]
2014 The Team Unicorn Saturday Action Fun Hour! Chummy Cherub / Sad Tree Episode: "Pilot"
Justified Elias Marcos Episode: "Shot All to Hell"; credited as Wray Nerely
Chozen Kai / Additional voices Voice; 5 episodes
2014–2016 TripTank Terrence, Bootf***er Voice; 6 episodes[31]
2014–2015 Newsreaders Reagan Biscayne Main role
2014 Comedy Bang! Bang! Ray Starksy Episode: "The Lonely Island Wear Holiday Sweaters & White Pants"
2015, 2017 Adventure Time Chatsberry, Additional Voices Voice; 2 episodes[31]
2015, 2020 Rick and Morty Chris, Observant Glorzo Voice; 3 episodes
2015–2019 Star vs. the Forces of Evil Ludo Avarius, River Butterfly Voice; main role[31]
2015–2016 The Adventures of Puss in Boots Uli Voice; 10 episodes[31]
2016 Clarence Flight Attendant Dan Voice; episode: "Plane Excited"
2017 Powerless Van Wayne Main role
Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency Mr. Priest 6 episodes
Future-Worm! Additional voices 3 episodes
2017–2019 The Tick Dangerboat Voice; recurring role
2017–2021 Big Hero 6: The Series Alistair Krei Voice; recurring role[31]
2018 Lego Star Wars: All Stars K-2SO Voice; episode: "From Trenches to Wrenches: The Roger Story"[31]
2019 Santa Clarita Diet Gary West 7 episodes
2019, 2021 Final Space Todd H. Watson / Hushfluffles Voice; 3 episodes
2019 Doom Patrol Eric Morden / Mr. Nobody Main role
Archibald's Next Big Thing Mr. Garbage Episode: "The Oath of the Compass/Garbage Fruit"
2019, 2022 The Rookie Ellroy Basso Episodes: "Clean Cut" & "Day In The Hole"
2019–present Harley Quinn[34] Joker, Clayface, Calendar Man, Condiment King, Doctor Trap, Firefly, Ocean Master, various voices Voice; main role[31]
2020 Curb Your Enthusiasm Boris Episode: "The Surprise Party"
Solar Opposites Nanobot Man Voice; episode: "The Unstable Grey Hole"
The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse House of Tomorrow Voice; episode: "House of Tomorrow"
2021–present Resident Alien Dr. Harry Vanderspeigle Main role
2021 M.O.D.O.K Arcade Voice; episodes: "This Man... This Makeover!", "O, Were Blood Thicker Than Robot Juice!"
Devil May Care Devil Voice; main role
2022 Zootopia+ Duke Weaselton Voice; episode: "Duke the Musical"[31]
2022–present Transformers: EarthSpark Optimus Prime Voice; main role[28][31]
2023 Praise Petey Himself Voice; episode: "Taxi to the South!"[35]
2024 Grimsburg Dr. Rufis Pentos / Mr. Flesh Voice; main role
Creature Commandos Doctor Phosphorus Voice; main role, in production[36]
TBA Ark: The Animated Series The Captain Voice; main role[37]
Key
Denotes series that have not yet been released

Video games edit

Year Title Voice
2006 Ice Age 2: The Meltdown Cholly
2007 Halo 3 Marines[31]
Defense Grid: The Awakening Simon
2009 Halo 3: ODST Mickey
Astro Boy: The Video Game Mr. Windex
2013 Injustice: Gods Among Us Green Arrow
2014 Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Additional voices
2015 Infinite Crisis Green Arrow
Star Wars Battlefront K-2SO
2016 Master of Orion: Conquer the Stars Psilon Advisor
2017 Injustice 2 Green Arrow
2023 Marvel's Spider-Man 2 Bodega Cat[38]

Theatre edit

Year Title Role Theatre
1997 Bunny Bunny All Others Lucille Lortel Theatre, Off-Broadway
Misalliance Bently Summerhays Laura Pels Theatre, Off-Broadway
1998–1999 The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told Adam New York Theatre Workshop/Minetta Lane Theatre,
Off-Broadway
1999 Epic Proportions Benny Bennet Helen Hayes Theatre, Broadway
2001–2002 Wonder of the World Kip Harris New York City Center Stage I, Off-Broadway
2005 Spamalot Sir Lancelot (Replacement) Shubert Theatre, Broadway
2007 Prelude to a Kiss Peter American Airlines Theatre, Broadway
2009 An Evening Without Monty Python Himself Ricardo Montalbán Theatre (Los Angeles)[39]
The Town Hall (New York City)[40]
2012 That Beautiful Laugh La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club, Off-Off-Broadway
2019 Mysterious Circumstances Richard Lancelyn Green/Sherlock Holmes Geffen Playhouse, Regional

Web edit

Year Title Role Notes
2014 TableTop Himself/Doctor McLickhertitty Episode: "Forbidden Desert"
2015–2017 Con Man Wray Nerely Also creator, director, writer and executive producer

Awards and nominations edit

Bibliography edit

Con Man Comics edit

  • Spectrum #0–1 (script 2016)

Star Wars edit

  • Star Wars Adventures Vol. 2: Unexpected Detour (K-2SO's Dialogue writer 2018, ISBN 168405169X; ISBN 978-1684051694)

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