Alan Ritchson Net Worth: He could be the second produced of three sons. Alan graduated from Niceville High School in 2001. At precisely the same time, he additionally became an underwear model for an internet website. His most noteworthy first advent was as an army officer on the Hallmark film Though None Go With Me. His most notoriously known for his recurring character as Aquaman, or Arthur Curry, on the hit series Smallville. In exactly the same year of 2009, he made an appearance as a male stripper around the third season of Head Case. Alan also played Lucian Manet in Nora Robert’s Midnight Bayou. Alan reprized his character as Aquaman for a cameo in Justice League; The New Frontier, as well as the final season of Smallville. Furthermore, he also formed a guest appearance on season three of 90210 playing the love interest of among the chief characters. Alan’s also known for his part as Thad Castle in Blue Mountain State. The show was cancelled after its 3rd season. Alan Ritchson credits include The Butcher, Fired Up! And Beowulf. His most recent works include playing Polish in the Hunger Games: Catching Fire, in addition to a character in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle film.
November 28, 1984
Grand Forks, North Dakota, United States
6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Niceville High School
Catherine Ritchson (m. 2006)
Vickie Ritchson, David Ritchson
Brian Ritchson, Eric Ritchson
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, Blue Mountain State: The Rise of Thadland, Lazer Team, The Wedding Ringer, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Spring Break '83, Midnight Bayou, Fired Up!, Steam, Though None Go with Me, The Butcher, Office Uprising
Appeared on the RoosterTeeth 2014 Extra Life 24-hour livestream for charity.
He is of Czech (from his maternal grandmother), English, and German descent.
In northern Georgia shooting the film Rex. [April 2007]
New Jersey filming "Steam." [December 2006]
Filming "Spring Break '83" in Louisiana [October 2007]
New Orleans, LA - shooting Midnight Bayou [October 2008]
Working on film "Fired Up" [April 2008]
Reprised the role of Aquaman for the direct to DVD feature Justice League: The New Frontier (2008), based on Darwyn Cooke's DC: The New Frontier.
Appeared as Aquaman opposite Justin Hartley, who plays Green Arrow on Smallville (2001). Hartley was supposed to play the young Aquaman on the abandoned Aquaman (2006) series, even though he's 5 years older than Alan Ritchson.
Didn't touch alcohol until his 21st birthday, when he had a glass of wine with his parents.
He ends up writing almost all of his songs while driving.