Alan Trong was born and raised in Seattle, Washington. Today he is a Los Angeles based actor represented by Mosaic and Abrams Artists Agency.
2017 brought his first major studio role as "Kumaza" in Alita: Battle Angel (James Cameron), across Mahershala Ali.
In Alan's first 2 months in Los Angeles, he booked the lead role in the feature film, "Paper Tiger" directed by award-winning UK director Paul Kowalski. As the character of "Edward", he embodied a schizophrenic teenager who was turning into a school shooter.
Before Los Angeles, Alan built himself through the independent film market in Austin, Texas. His role in the short film "Jeremiah" was an official selection de la Cinéfondation at the 72nd Cannes Film Festival (2019) judged by award-winning French director Claire Denis. In this film, he embodied an in the closet football player coming out to a fellow teammate. The film, amongst two others in competition earned a nomination for the acclaimed "Queer Palm Award" at Cannes.
His first romantic lead in the independent short film, "I Am Mackenzie" earned the jury prize at SXSW Film Festival (2019).
- "Josh vs. the Apocalypse: Part 1"
- "Schmuck Bait!"
- "The Slime Queenpin of Glendale, CA"
- "Canta Tu Vida"
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