Alan Flower


Alan trained UNSW and the Ensemble Studios.

Theatre credits include, Never Did Me Any Harm (Force Majuere, Sydney Theatre Co, Sydney Festival) Peribanez and Rays Tempest (Company B). The Removalists, Embers, Stag (Sydney Theatre Co). This Kind of Ruckus, Table Of Knowledge (version1.0) A View from the Bridge and A Street car Named Desire (Ensemble Theatre).  Fool for Love, Jesus Hopped the A Train, Frozen and La Ronde (B Sharpe). Boxing Day, Cross Sections, the Disposal, Fidelity, and Road,(Tamarama Rock Surfers). Blue Heart (Stables). The Woolgatherer and Portia Coughlan (Darlinghurst Theatre).  That Eye The Sky, (Burning House Theatre Co). Summer of the Seventeenth Doll (New Theatre). Macquarie (Government House) Criminals in Love, Young Mo, and Wuthering Heights (Cross Roads Theatre).

TV includes; Eddie on Home and Away, Recue Special Ops, Rake, The Silence, The Alice, Home and Away, All Saints  (Morris the Florist), Bad Cop Bad Cop, Love Is A Four Letter Word, Farscape, Backberner, Flipper, Above the Law, Water Rats, G.P, A Country Practise, Big Sky, Roar, and Family and Friends.

Feature film credits include Burning Man, and Gabriel, When Good Ghouls Go Bad, Danny Deckchair, Fat Pizza, Jewboy,. Also featured in 6 Trop Fest finalists and a presenter/comedian on the Fox Music Country channel. Alan was the Artistic Director of Tamarama Rock Surfers Theatre Company 2001-2006