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About Me

Alain was born in Montreal, Canada but moved to the United States at a young age. He made his stage debut as the clock in a 1st grade school production of Cinderella. In high school Alain concentrated on art and eventually studied to be an illustrator at the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan. Years later the acting bug resurfaced and he began taking classes and performing with local theater groups appearing in productions such as A Man For All Seasons, Cyrano De Bergerac, The Blue Room and Arms And The Man. This led to television roles on The Path and Evil Lives Here as well as portraying James, The Store Manager in a series of commercials for Family Dollar stores. His voice has been heard in ads for the Connecticut Lottery and as a recurring cast member for the Fireside Mystery Theatre podcast. Currently he resides in Queens, NY with his wife and favorite acting partner, Kacie.

Height: 6'0"

Eye Color: Brown

Hair Color: Brown

Location: Queens, NY


Scroll down to view career highlights or download the resume for a full list of credits.


Production Company | Project Name | 2023

Lead Actor​

Production Company | Project Name | 2023

Lead Actor​

Production Company | Project Name | 2023

Lead Actor​


The (Short Film) | Dir. Pierre St. Jacque | 2008


Anonymous (Short Film) | Dir. Phillip Mitchell | 2003



Evil Lives Here | Dir. Justin Stanley | 2019


The Path | Dir. Peter Sollet | 2018


2010 - present
2010 - present
Web Series

Doorbell Cam Theatre | Dir. Jim Azzara | 2019

Guest Star

A Coupla Pros | Dir. Cie Peterson | 2019

Guest Star

Pirates VS Hobos | Dir. Sal Brienik | 2008



Byronic Women | Arms and the Man | 2013


Outrageous Fortune Co. | The Blue Room | 2010

Cab Driver/Playwright

Mainspring Collective | Medea | 2007



Assembly Films | Family Dollar| 2017 - 2018



Gene Frankel Studio | Scene Study | Gene Frankel

The School for Film & Television | Improvisation | Joe Perce

VO Syndicate | Commercial Voice Over | Roger Becker

The Pearl Conservatory | Scene Study: American Realism | Dan Daily

Special Skills


Inline Skater

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