Alan Wilder has been a Steppenwolf ensemble memeber since 1976 and has appeared in over 60 Steppenwolf productions in Chicago, Dublin, London, Melbourne, New York, Toronto, and Washington, D.C. Particular highlights among Al's vast and delightful appearances at Steppenwolf include Marie Antoinette, Russian Transport , Fake, The Tempest, The Seafarer, The March The Man Who Came to Dinner, The Weir and Glengarry Glen Ross. He has appeared in the Steppenwolf for Young Adults productions of The Heart is a Lonely Hunter and To Kill a Mockingbird.
Watch & Listen
Credits & Awards
A Civil Action; Deep Impact; Kiss the Girls; A League of Their Own; Sour Grapes; Home Alone; Child's Play; Betrayed; Public Enemies; Gifted Hands.
Westwood Playhouse: Picasso at the Lapin Agile
Guthrie Theatre: Pravda
Remains Theatre: Highest Standard of Living
Lyric Opera of Chicago: The Merry Widow
Wisdom Bridge Theatre: The Importance of Being Earnest; Travesties.
Chicago Shakespeare Theater: Julius Caesar
L. A. Sheriff's Homicide (NBC); Always Outnumbered (HBO); The Practice (ABC); George and Leo (CBS); Frasier (NBC); Murphy Brown (CBS); Public Morals (CBS); Cybill (CBS); Party of Five (FOX); Dave's World (CBS); Mad About You (NBC).