NOAH WERNER is the suburban bon vivant. No one else comes close. After all his hard work putting himself through dental school, he decided he’d earned the right to let loose, and there is no better playground than Chatswin. He loves and frequents every square inch of the place, from the tanning salons to the hair salons to whatever other in-vogue salon might pop up. If Noah’s not in suburbia, he’s nowhere near home.
Alan Tudyk recently completed work in Fox's Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, playing Stephen A. Douglas, and can be seen in Paramount's feature film, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, playing the role of Dutch.
Tudyk quickly became a sought-after comedic actor following films like Knocked Up, 28 Days, A Knight's Tale and Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story. Additional film credits include 3:10 to Yuma, Death at a Funeral, I, Robot, Beautiful Boy, Serenity, Ice Age: The Meltdown and Ice Age 2: The Meltdown.
On Broadway Tudyk appeared opposite Kristin Chenoweth in Epic Proportions, played Lancelot with the original cast in Monty Python's Spamalot, and more recently played the lead role of Peter in Prelude to a Kiss, opposite John Mahoney. Additional television credits include Firefly and Dollhouse for creator Joss Whedon, Arrested Development and Strangers with Candy.
Tudyk is a graduate of the prestigious Juilliard Conservatory and grew up in Plano, Texas.
"When I agreed to play Noah I assumed it was the biblical story. It isn't of course. I'm still playing the role as if it was." - Alan Tudyk on his role as Noah Werner
"I'm so fair skinned I have to get newly spray tanned every week. My skin rejects color. Even though it's just a spray tan, I still peel." - Alan Tudyk