Alan Delabie

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Biography

From a very young age, Alan Delabie has always been drawn to the audiovisual field and more particularly to cinema.  Seduced by Bruce Lee, he began his career as a martial artist. Alan practices martial arts, more particularly Karate, Kickboxing and artistic nunchaku, discipline in which he was European champion. Attracted by martial arts exhibitions, he provided more than 500 galas in Europe as well as televised appearances on France 3, France 2 in the program "C'est l’heure" by Jean-Luc Delarue, on the channel of Belgian television, RTBF in Carlos Vaquera's program “La Bande à Carlos” as well as appearances on Eurosport, on Paris Première TV for the famous judo gala at Paris Bercy in 2011 in front of an audience of 15,000.

Comfortable in front of audiences and cameras, Alan is interested in acting. He auditioned and landed small roles in TV films such as "Ten minutes from nowhere", the series "Right or wrong" and also in independent feature films such as "JCVD". But Alan didn't stop there, he was spotted by Canadian producer Jalal Merhi and appeared in Toronto on the "Road To Hollywood aka Master of the Arts" TV show.

Inspired by the world of cinema, Alan set out to direct his first short film "Die to Love" with actress Catriona McColl. With this great experience, he embarked on the writing, scriptwriting and directing of a first thriller, an independent feature film "8 hours". Internationally oriented, he had the opportunity to be a guest on the American television channel KUSI NEWS in the program "Good Morning San Diego". He also had the chance to broadcast "8 hours" in preview in the famous  "Ken cinema" in San Diego, California. This is how his American adventure began.

Alan subsequently landed a role in director Chris Power's "Bloodslinger" in which he played the role of Officer Gallant. Impressed by his talent, Chris Power wrote a bespoke screenplay for Alan "The French Dragon", an action comedy.

Encouraged by these wonderful experiences, Alan decided to write "Anatomy of An Antihero", a first film which will eventually turn into an action / drama trilogy.   He co-starred there with Eric Roberts, academy awards nominee and Bob Wall, Bruce Lee's legendary opponent in the movie "Enter the dragon" to name a few. “Anatomy of An Antihero” was a success. Alan won several international awards including the Los Angeles films Awards, New York films Awards, Las Vegas movies Awards, Istanbul film Awards. He also won the best actor award for the Actors Awards 2019/2021 festival in Los Angeles., and the famous AOF megafest Action on Film 2021 best male performance and nomination best actor .

Alan didn't stop there and wanted to explore the story of the main character in his film in depth. He continued with the writing of a second film in the trilogy, “Borrowed Time” in which he co-starred with Costas Mandylor (Saw franchise, Cosmic sin with Bruce Willis), Louis Mandylor (Debt collector 1 & 2, Rambo: last blood) and Mohammed Qissi Aka Tong Po (Kickboxer).

The third and last part of the film is in progress. Alan is still concluding beautiful collaborations as with Patrick Kilpatrick , renowned Actor producer writer( Death warrant ,Minority report), David Worth, director of the famous film "Kickboxer" who set out to direct the American part of his 3rd film. Alan draws on the great experience of David Worth. He's like a mentor to him.

Alan is increasing in visibility day by day and is on the cover of several international magazines like "Hollywood weekly magazine", "Gmaro", "Formidable men" and also on the front cover of "Ganap" magazine from the Philippines. With also Dragonz martial arts magazine

Passion, ambition, determination for the love of the 7th Art, Alan is always looking for new artistic horizons

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