Alan Fletcher

Biography: Alan Fletcher began his career on the stage at Perth's Hole in the Wall Theatre, before moving to the Perth Theatre Company at the National Theatre, Western Australia, where he worked opposite actors duch as Warren Mitchell, Honor Blackman, Tom Stoppard, Bill Kerr and Tim Brooke-Taylor.

After three years of solid work in Western Australia, Alan made the move to Sydney, where he played his first television role in The Young Doctors (1976), before landing the role that would fully launch him into Australia's lounge rooms - that of "Constable Frank Rossi" on Cop Shop (1977). Various roles in film and television followed, including playing "Martin Blake" on The Love Boat (1977) opposite Morgan Fairchild, "Henry Landers" in Gross Misconduct (1993/I) opposite Jimmy Smits and "Frank Harkin" in Mercy Mission: The Rescue of Flight 771 (1993) opposite Scott Bakula. Alan returned to the theatre in 1998 with the Melbourne Theatre Company (MTC). There he worked in various lead roles
Alan Fletcher began his career on the stage at Perth's Hole in the Wall Theatre, before moving to the Perth Theatre Company at the National Theatre, Western Australia, where he worked opposite actors duch as Warren Mitchell, Honor Blackman, Tom Stoppard, Bill Kerr and Tim Brooke-Taylor.

After three years of solid work in Western Australia, Alan made the move to Sydney, where he played his first television role in The Young Doctors (1976), before landing the role that would fully launch him into Australia's lounge rooms - that of "Constable Frank Rossi" on Cop Shop (1977). Various roles in film and television followed, including playing "Martin Blake" on The Love Boat (1977) opposite Morgan Fairchild, "Henry Landers" in Gross Misconduct (1993/I) opposite Jimmy Smits and "Frank Harkin" in Mercy Mission: The Rescue of Flight 771 (1993) opposite Scott Bakula.

Alan returned to the theatre in 1998 with the Melbourne Theatre Company (MTC). There he worked in various lead roles for the next three years. His return to Australian television was honoured when he was nominated for an Australian Film Institute (AFI) Award for 'Best Actor in a Series' for his role as Australian Consul, "Michael Clayton" in the Australian series Embassy (1990).

In 1994, Alan took the role of "Dr Karl Kennedy" on Neighbours (1985), a role he plays to the present day. During this time he has also taken to the stage again in Mame, as well as hosting various television documentaries and lifestyle programs.
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