Alan Charof began acting in 1989 in NYC. In addition to his Voice Overs and several video games, his numerous film and TV credits include King of Queens, America's Most Wanted, The Practice, Something's Gotta Give, Mobsters, Chaplin, Hitman and City Slickers I & II. He held the lead role of "Victor Brashov" in the PBS series Crossroads Cafe and he portrayed Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren, along side Martin Sheen, Sam Waterson and Martin Landau in "The Commission."
Alan has appeared on both NY and LA stages in such productions as Death of A Salesman, Fiddler on the Roof, Life is a Dream, Jewtopia, The Philadelphia Story and Breaking Legs. He also received accolades for his portrayal of the last living bear in the Sarajevo Zoo in a one-man show titled "The Last Bear."