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.
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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