About Alan Aymie
Alan grew up in Boston on his father's stories about working in the R&B music business, James Brown, and the glory of the Boston Celtics. Although he only played hockey, and now lives in LA, he still loves R&B. His first solo play, was called, "Funny, touching, moving, poignant, and everything a one-man show should be..." by the LA Times. A performer at the HBO Aspen Comedy Festival, PSNBC and Westside Comedy Festival, Alan is the only actor/writer ever to perform his work at the HBO Workspace, Comedy Central Stage, Aspen Comedy Festival and the HBO Screening Room. Now, as a father in LA, he tries to focus his work on autism advocacy and education. This Fall, his first book, Turning Points, will be published by Luminare Press. Currently, each April, Alan tours the country to promote autism awareness with his critically-acclaimed solo play, A Child Left Behind - My Education in Autism.