Alan recently completed principle photography on the short film, "The Fly".
The original crime thriller is co-written by new filmmakers, Wilson Tam and Jack So, with Wilson at the helm and it being produced by James Mills.
Alan stars opposite veteran Hollywood actor, Jim Lau ("Big Trouble in Little China", "Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan" ) in a tale about a restaurant owner whose establishment is more than what meets the eye, with London's dark underworld and questions of loyalty and greed all come boiling to the surface.
The film is currently in post-production and will aim to hit the festival circuit in the early quarter of 2024.
You can learn more about "The Fly" and follow the progress of the production by following on it's Instagram page.
Alan is currently rehearsing on "Thought Virus", a new original play written by Peter Barrett. The production is directed by Jason Moore, and will be performed at The Drayton Arms Theatre from 26th to 30th September.
More information on the show can be found on www.thoughtvirus.info.
Tickets are available at www.thedraytonarmstheatre.co.uk/tickets/thought-virus
Earlier in the year, Alan took part in an International Film School Cologne project, "Kosmos", written and directed by Changzhen Zheng.
The interactive short film sees Alan co-lead opposite veteran actor, Levente Molnár ("Son of Saul", "Sunset") as two down-on-their-luck immigrants in London whose paths cross one faithful night when the Komsos satellite is expected to re-enter the atmosphere.
"Kosmos" is expected to make its round at film festivals later this year and early 2023.
The trailer can be viewed below, as well as a short interview with the writer and director, Changzhen Zheng.
"Missile From The East" premiered on Sky Documentaries in late September, and remains available to view via stream or download on Sky and Now TV for a limited period until 18th October 2021.
The feature length documentary film, directed by Justin Stokes, tells the true story of motorcycle racer, Ernst Degner and his family's daring escape from East Germany during the height of the Cold War.
The trailer for the documentary film, "Missile From the East" has been released. The true story of motorcycle racer, Ernst Degner, who risked it all with his family by defecting from East Germany during the height of the Cold War.
"Missile From the East" is set to air on Sky later this year.
The trailer can be viewed on the link below:
Alan has signed with Camilla Storey Management for representation.
While the industry continues to finds it's feet in the mist of Covid-19, Alan looks forward to establishing a strong, lasting collaboration with his new agency.
Alan was recently featured as a guest on the Kung Fu Drive-In Podcast, a leading channel that specialise coverage on Kung Fu and martial arts cinema.
Hear Alan talk about his upbringings in Ireland, his martial arts journey and step into acting, as well as his onscreen action turn on AMC's "Into the Badlands" and the hit short film "Soho Jimbo".
The interview can be heard on the following link:
Kung Fu Drive-In Podcast: Interview with Alan Wai, Baron Hassan, Into the Badlands
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Alan is involved in the new British ITV thriller, "White Dragon" and will begin filming his role next week.
The eight part series from the production company, Two Brothers Pictures ("The Missing", "Liar") stars John Simm of "Life on Mars" and "Doctor Who" fame and "Silent Witness"'s Emilia Fox, as well as Hong Kong veteran actor Anthony Wong ("Infernal Affairs" trilogy, "Hard Boiled"). The production had began and completed it's filming in Hong Kong during late 2017, and remainder of the shoot will take place in U.K.
More information on "White Dragon" can be found on ITV Media's website.
Alan's new and updated action performance reel is now available to view online on the Showreel & Gallery page. It includes footage of Alan's work from AMC's hit martial arts series, "Into the Badlands" and the acclaimed UK action short comedy "Soho Jimbo".
Alan Wai's Action Reel can be viewed on the link below: