Alan Feinstein has most recently starred in Traces, shown at the Berlin Film Festival and appeared in Nip Tuck, Crossing Jordan and N.Y.P.D. Blue. He has appeared in over 100 television productions, including series leads in The Runaways, Jigsaw John, Berrengers, The Family Tree and more than 800 episodes of daytime drama.
He has costarred opposite Peter Strauss and Peter O'Toole in Masada, Lindsay Wagner in The Two Worlds ofJenny Logan, and Vanessa Redgrave in Second Serve. He also co-starred opposite Diane Keaton in the feature film Looking for Mr. Goodbar.
His roles on Broadway include his début in Edward Albee's Malcom, and was hand picked by Tennessee Williams to play Stanley in the 25th anniversary production of A Streetcar named Desire.
He won the New York Drama Desk Award as Marco in Arthur Miller's A View From the Bridge.
He has starred on stage at The Guthrie Theatre in The Price after having auditioned for playright Arthur Miller. He also starred in productions of Herb Gardener's Conversations With My Father at Philadelphia's Walnut Street Theatre and the Pioneer Theatre Company in Salt Lake City.
Alan has also performed at The Old Globe, The Long Wharf Theatre, The Williamstown Summer Festival, The Alley Theatre, The Philadelphia Theatre Company, and was a member of the New York's famed Circle Repertory Company.
Los Angeles appearances include Talley's Folly at the Grove Theatre Center, David Mamet's Lakeboat, directed by Joe Mantegna at the Tiffany Theatre, Tina Howe's One Shoe Off, the world premiere of The Sisters at the historic Pasadena Playhouse and Ghetto at the Mark Taper Forum.
He has also received 3 Los Angeles Drama-logue awards of Cold Storage, Dancing in the End Zone, and for his performance as Jamie in Long Days Journey Into Night.