Alan Brough

Alan Brough

Alan Brough is a New Zealand-born actor and comedian based in Australia. Brough worked as an actor in Wellington and Auckland, mainly in live theater.

About Alan Brough

Alan Brough (b. Hawera, New Zealand 1967) is a New Zealand-born actor and comedian based in Australia. Brough worked as an actor in Wellington and Auckland, mainly in live theatre. He also appeared in a series of butter commercials as a drag queen called Marge. In 1993, Brough appeared in the New Zealand sitcom Melody Rules (widely regarded as a poor programme, being described as 'cringeworthy'.) In 1995, Brough moved to Australia, where he worked on Kath & Kim as well as in films including The Craic, The Nugget and Bad Eggs. He also appeared on a national radio show on Triple M called Tough Love with Mick Molloy and Robyn Butler. He is best known for his role as a team captain on Spicks and Specks. In 2006, Brough co-hosted Sammy, Subby and Alan for breakfast on Mix 106.

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