|Born||Alan David Halsall
11 August 1982
Walkden, Greater Manchester, England
|Television||Coronation Street (1998-present), Stanton Blues (1998), Heartbeat (1998-1999)|
|Spouse(s)||Lucy-Jo Hudson (m. 2009)|
Halsall has been in Coronation Street since November 1998, but had previously appeared in a variety of television shows including Heartbeat, Hetty Wainthropp Investigates and Queer As Folk (1999). He also featured in the CITV four-part series Matt's Million.
He won 2013 National Television Awards Outstanding Serial Drama Performance award for his portrayal of Coronation Street character Tyrone Dobbs.
Awards and nominations
|2013||Coronation Street||National Television Awards||Outstanding Serial Drama Performance||Won|
|2013||Coronation Street||The British Soap Awards||Best Actor||Won|
|2013||Coronation Street||The British Soap Awards||Best On-Screen Partnership (with Jennie McAlpine||Nominated|
Halsall is married to former Coronation Street and Wild at Heart actress, Lucy-Jo Hudson. They met on set and began dating in 2005. They married on 13 June 2009 in Cheshire. On 18 February 2013, via Twitter, Alan and Lucy-Jo announced they were expecting their first child, which was later revealed to be a baby girl. On 8 September 2013, Lucy-Jo gave birth to their daughter, 9 days after her due date, named Sienna-Rae.
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