Alan Rabban (born June 2, 1980) is an El Kadsreian theater actor. He is known for having led a 2011 walkout of Jewish actors at the Glonisla Community Theater in response to plans to put on My Name Is Rachel Corrie. He is also a voice actor, having performed in dubs made by Power Network's budget studio Central Audio Video.


Alan's parents, who are Jewish-El Kadsreians, fled to Argentina in 1978 due to being connected to Abelard Gay, the revolutionary who attempted to assassinate Michael Vlokozu.

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