Rising star, actor, and comedian Alphonso McAuley Originally born in New Haven, Connecticut. McAuley moved to Los Angeles with his parents as a child. He found his interest in Theater, acting, and film, when he joined an improvisational workshop that was part of a school program. His passion for acting led him to Hollywood where he began building a quality Stand-Up Comedy career. While in Los Angeles, McAuley’s outgoing personality and stage presence helped him land over Forty (40) national commercials (casting directors began requesting him), including, McDonalds, Sprite, and Best Buy (etc). Having made a name for himself in the commercial world, he eagerly pursued film work.
McAuley’s breakthrough film debut was in 2004 where he entertained us as ‘Bucky’, in Bill Cosby’s, Fat Albert. Alphonso will once again shine on the big screen when he co-stars alongside Elizabeth Banks (Hunger Games) and James Marsden (X-Men) in the New Comedy Walk Of Shame (2013). Currently, McAuley can be seen along side Phil Morris, Reagan-Gomez and Bresha Webb on the hit Series LOVE THAT GIRL on TV ONE.
Previously, McAuley played the Gadget-guy/Uber Fan Boy, Calvin “Cash” Sparks, in the 20th Century FOX television series Breaking In produced by Adam Sandler. McAuley starred in the 2011 Action-Buddy comedy Cat Run along side Paz Vega (Spanglish) and Scott Mecholwicz (Euro Trip). Alphonso also lent his voice talent as the highly energized Rooster, Drake, in the 2011 Animated film The Lion of Judah. He was a series regular in the 2008 Comedy Central Series, Chocolate News with David Alan Grier and was apart of the All Black swim team in the 2007 Period Drama, Pride, with Terrance Howard and the Late Bernie Mac. He has also starred in the 2006 Basketball drama, Glory Road where he gave an impressive performance as ‘Orson Artis’, one of the principal players on the team.
Alphonso McAuley is a graduate of California State University, Fullerton with a degree
in Communications (Radio/TV/Film) and Afro-Ethnic Studies.
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