Alan Trinca AEA Actor / Singer / Dancer / Musician

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Transformers: Rescue Bots Academy aired on January 5, 2019 on Discovery Family. Alan voices one of the new recruits, Hoist! Catch him in all new episodes every Saturday morning at 9am.

Alan closed the off-broadway production of Love's Labour's Lost , where he played the male understudy to Berowne, Navarre, Longaville, Armado, and Boyette. He performed for each character at least once.

Alan recently wrote, produced and co-directed the short film Warriors For Social Justice, which was featured on Funny Or Die's homepage the month of July 2018.

Alan played Joey Tribbiani in the original off-Broadway production of Friends The Musical Parody, written by Bob and Tobly McSmith (90210 The Musical, Full House The Musical) and directed by Paul Stancato (The Lion King). The show ran from August 2017-July 2018.

Alan played the dark spirit Knotgaff in the short film CRIMSON EVE. See the visual trailer here:

90210 The Musical by Bob and Tobly McSmith had a limited engagement run on Broadway in Chicago! Alan reprised his role as Dylan McKay at the Broadway Playhouse.

On Investigation Discovery, Alan played the true life character Tracey Porterfield in 6 Degrees of Murder which aired on August 8 2017.

About Alan

Alan Trinca is a NYC-based actor/singer/dancer/musician from Buffalo, NY. A graduate of Niagara University with a BFA, Alan made a name for himself on the Buffalo regional theatre scene post-graduation. Upon moving to NYC, he has been featured in commercials, as both on-screen and VO talent, worked on multiple new play workshops, appeared in short films and independently produced feature films, and worked consistently off-Broadway. Alan is eternally grateful for the constant support of his family and friends.

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Warriors For Social Justice

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Sonos VO Campaign

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