Alan Duggan is a talented actor, originally from Ireland, currently based in Toronto.

Alan can be seen in theatres now in All Saints Day, sequel to the cult hit movie “Boondock Saints”.  In May he returns to Montreal to  star as Brendan in the play The Weir, by Conor McPherson (1999 winner of  Laurence Olivier Award for best new play). Alan guest starred on the  hit comedy series "The Business", and played a dramatic role in the film "Transit." Alan also starred in the LA based mock-reality show "Mr.Greeks."  

His film credits include the recently released All Saints DayAll The World’s a Scum", and a host of independent films. Theatre credits include the  Montreal Fringe Festival, in the hilarious play "Isla Xoochimiclan," and an Athens, Greece production of “Lord Byron” as the title character.

Before relocating to Canada, Alan was a semi-professional soccer player in the Irish leagues in Ireland.  Alan is also an avid golfer and boxer.  He was last seen on TV in Sophie (CBC)











Alan is the Creator and Host of the Highly anticipated Mens Talk Show on RogersTV called Men1O1. A panel of Men discussing concerns with Men's Health/Sex/Mental Health/PTSD just a few topics on the show.
  • Men 101: Mental Health A Review on Men's Advocacy
  • Men 101: Men's Health, Depression, Psychosis, and Support
  • Men 101: PTSD

Alan has starred in the theatre piece Bookworms at the Toronto Irish Players.

Catch Alan as he plays Irish Mob Boss in the New Mini Series Bad Blood, about the Notorious Italian Mob Boss Vito Rizutto, starring Kim Coates, airing on Citytv and also in Season 2 of the hard hitting highly popular Biker series Gangland Undercover airing on History Channel. Watch it here

Alan has recently won Outstanding Achievement for a Series Premise/Concept in a Drama at the 2014 LA WEB FEST for his Creation of Claddagh. (see

Claddagh Won 5 Awards at LA WEB FEST
  • Alan Duggan Producer and Outstanding Series Concept
  • Best Theme Song
  • Best Visual Affects
  • Outstanding Lead and Supporting Actors

Alan's latest project CLADDAGH is now on the web - see it here. Also, Alan is interviewed by - enjoy it here.

Alan stars in the short film Closed Doors - see the trailer here.

Look for Alan in a cameo role in ALL SAINTS DAY (BOONDOCK SAINTS 2) in theatres now!

Alan stars onstage  as Brendon in THE WEIR, by Conor McPherson, directed by Warren Robertson at Theatre La Chapelle. (May 2009 - Montreal).

Interview with KA MAGAZINE. “The Incidental Actor -A man with passion, great humility, and a face you swear has been around forever.”

Watch for Alan in a cameo role as The Mechanic, in the cult hit, Indie film, CRAWLER, from Black Flag Pictures. Won Best Quebec film (2007) at Fantasia International Film Festival, Montreal. Won Best Movie (2007) Wreck Beach International Film Festival.

Alan is the narrator on THE LIFE AND DEATH OF STERIOGRAM, produced by Phil Philms.

Alan appears at the red carpet opening of the new Scotia Bank Theatre in Montreal (formerly Paramount). Image 1  |  Image 2

Alan is currently pitching his action/drama TV series set in Montreal called “Claddagh”

In the role of  “Pretty Boy” Alan stars as a vicious telemarketer in the upcoming feature film ALL THE WORLD IS A SCUM.

Alan guest stars as “Paddy Flathery” in THE BUSINESS, playing an abrasive Irish screenwriter opposite Kathleen Robertson.

His last film, TRANSIT, an action drama about car jacking, got rave reviews at the Tremblant Film Festival in Quebec.

Alan played “Mickey” in THE VALLEY, a short film by Isabelle Champeau.

In SOPHIE, Alan steals the scene dancing with Natalie Brown (star of“Sophie”).